How Mercedes is getting better at mechanical keyboards
Posted On July 23, 2021
Mercedes has made an effort to make mechanical keyboards more accessible to users, with a range of new keyboards that use sensors to detect the type of keys being pressed and adjust their mechanical keys accordingly.
The company has also unveiled a new series of keys that can be set up to switch between different mechanical keyboards, and they’re being tested in the UK.
The new keys are designed to help people quickly type quickly, and in addition to offering the ability to set up a new keyboard, they’ll also be able to access their previous keystrokes from the keyboard itself.
Mercedes-Benz has been experimenting with a wide range of different keyboard layouts in recent years, with the company recently launching a range that offers a variety of keyboard layouts including the D-Series, D-Lounge and L-Series.
The company said that the new keyboards are part of a wider effort to enable users to more easily use mechanical keyboards in the future.
It said that it is exploring the possibility of a new mechanical keyboard with “higher levels of ergonomic precision”, and that the company is actively working on new mechanical keyboards with more features.
The announcement comes at a time when the company has been exploring ways to integrate its software with its cars.
The German automaker has been testing software that would enable the software to use sensors and other systems to automatically turn off or activate the car’s key switches, as well as automatically adjust the volume of the radio when the car is running low.
The software would also be useful for those who have to change the car keys on a daily basis, such as when they’ve stopped driving to take a shower or for other reasons.
Merz-Benz CEO Martin Winterkorn told the BBC last year that he expected the software would be ready by 2020.
The German automaking giant’s new mechanical-keyboard technology has also been tested in a few of its current models, including the CLA, AMG, A-Class and CLA.
The first-generation AMG and CLA were released in 2016 and 2017, respectively, and both of those models have since been upgraded to include new sensors and new key layouts.
The first-gen A-class, however, was discontinued in 2021, and the CLA’s first generation, which came out in 2021 and 2017.