Cherry green axis, 7 rows with columns: Lenovo Lenovo ThinkPad red dot mechanical keyboard upcoming limited edition

On January 15th, Lenovo announced that it will soon launch a manual open mold mechanical keyboard for the ThinkPad seven-line red dot, model SK-8865, priced at $700, limited to 100 units. The product positioning and design of the ThinkPad series of small red dot mechanical keyboards have no rivals in the field, and there is no sense of tangled performance. Because the series of keyboards are launched for the niche people or ThinkPad fans, highlighting its brand image. The keyboard is inspired by the ThinkPad classic 7-line keyboard. Based on the super-user Wu Junyi and Qiu Junfu’s replica small red dot mechanical keyboard, it has been perfected and revised by engineers for 10 months.

It is equipped with the Cherry Green Axis and retains the TrackPonint Little Red Riding Hood pointing stick. The outer casing is made of aluminum alloy without stamping and CNC cutting. The mold is hand-made and the surface is treated by anodizing. The keycap is a retro Cherry ball cap from the 80s, ABS material, and an extra set of keyless caps. With the USB-C port wired connection, the starting price is a test of the soul.

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