CM Storm Novatouch TKL Review
The Novatouch TKL certainly comes in some very high quality packaging. A combination of thick cardboard, high density foam and the magnetic cover that always makes us think of a high-end product, it's difficult to not be impressed.
When you look at a full size keyboard it doesn't appear to be particularly large. Then you see the Novatouch TKL and it seems positively tiny. Who would have thought that the removal of four key width could shrink something so much. With little space around the keys either the Novatouch TKL is definitely diminutive.
Simplicity is probably the biggest thing you notice with the Novatouch TKL, after the size of course. There is only an input for the USB cable and that's your lot.
The accessories though are both good and confusing. CM Storm have included a whole set of o rings which you can install upon the keycaps to help reduce the typing noise still further. There is a key puller included too to help you remove those keycaps.
The switches are the star of the show here, although they don't look much from above. Thankfully they have a Cherry MX compatible stem, so if you have a set of custom keycaps you particularly like, you can be certain that the Novatouch TKL supports them.