Lets's Talk Computers - CHERRY Corporation  June 13, 2015
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CHERRY Corporation
Interview on June 13, 2015
MX 6.0 - World's Fastest Keyboard     Guest: Russell Mackenzie
CHERRY Corporation, a division of ZF Electronics Systems Pleasant Prairie, was the first commercial manufacture of quality keyboards in 1967 and still continues the legacy of quality design, engineering and manufacturing to this day with our Professional Office, POS, Industrial, Medical and Security keyboards and mice, Innovation at your Fingertips!

Russell Mackenzie, Product Marketing Manager for the Cherry Branded Products with ZF Electronics, talks about why the Cherry MX 6.0 is the world's fastest keyboard and how it speeds productivity for typists.
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