Neat mint keyboard and mouse set, ‘Micronics iWORKS Edition Mint’

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Hanmi Micronics (CEO Kang Hyun-min) will exclusively supply ‘iWORKS Edition Mint’, a mint color keyboard and mouse set, to Compuzon to introduce.

The iWORKS Edition Mint looks similar to the recently released EX580, but the inside is different. Instead of the optical axis switch, the MANIC 2nd generation switch, a mechanical switch that Hanmi Micronics (hereinafter Micronics) directly participated in development, was applied. The 2nd generation MANIC switch has improved the shortcomings of the 1st generation MANIC switch, which caused slight movement during use because the circular groove did not fully hold the axis, and enables smooth and fast typing.

In addition, the 3T-thick foamed PE sound-absorbing material is included inside the keyboard, so the hissing and resonating sounds generated when parts collide with each other are reduced compared to general keyboards.

Another feature is that a separate 104 key additional keycap is provided so that the user can use the keyboard individually. If you don’t like the default arrangement of keycaps or want your own keycap arrangement, you can change it with additional keycaps. The engraving of the keycaps was applied with a font designed exclusively for the computer in a cursive style.

The mouse included in the iWORKS Edition Mint package is equipped with a PMW-3325 sensor with a polling rate of up to 1000 Hz and a sensitivity of 5000 DPI. And the mouse switch is a HUANO switch, and it provides durability that can withstand about 20 million clicks.

The iWORKS Edition Mint can be purchased at Compuzon for 59,000 won by recommended consumers.

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