Cooler Master NovaTouch TKL Barebone Premium Keyboard
Fresh out of the box and out of the foam liner, as expected, we find a solid plastic frame surrounding eighty-seven Topre hybrid capacitive switches. Each switch is also made with stems that fit any keycaps made for Cherry MX switches so that selecting where to buy them and which will match is made much easier.
Rather than peek at every angle of the NovaTouch TKL Barebone, we stopped for the important bits. Since all of the sides look the same with the thick upper half and the thinner lower section, we stopped when we saw the connection for the cable.
Outside of that connecting point on this keyboard, the only other thing worth mentioning is this CM Storm name painted on the other end of the back side.
We did not stop to take a look at the bottom of the keyboard either, as there are just a few screw holes, these flip out feet with rubber at the end, and four feet to grab when these feet are not extended. Otherwise, the entire thing is a flat expanse of textured plastic.
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