It should be the cheapest mechanical keyboard you can ever have.
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- Type: Tray-Mount
- Socket: Amibit Hot-Swap Socket (Compatible with MX and BOX Switches, 3Pin and 5Pin), North-Facing
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0 (2-Device Memory)and 2.4G (Receiver Included)
- Keys: 68
- Material: High-Quality White ABS Material
- Report Rate (Wireless): 125Hz(About 8ms)
- Plate: Steel (White)
- Dampening Pad: Molded Silicone, Enhanced Noice Cancellation
- Battery Life: Up to 2 Months
- Battery: 2xAAA
- Stock Stabs: POM Plate Mount Stabs (Unlubed)
- PCB: 1.2mm-thick High-Quality PCB
- NO Wired Connections
- NOT Compatible with QMK
Type Test with Iceberg Switches(Official): YouTube
Type Test with Gat Yellow: YouTube
Press FN+Q to switch to 2.4G mode. Press FN+Q for 5s to pair the RF receiver.
Press FN+W for 5 seconds to enter Bluetooth detectable mode, for pairing the first device.
Press FN+E for 5 seconds to enter Bluetooth detectable mode, for pairing the first device.
One of the cheapest boards on the market and insanely good for the price. I would suggest getting new stabilizers tho since the ones it comes with are extremely rattily. I'd also suggest adding some more case foam did does comes with some case foam already but the foam it comes with is really thin and doesn't really do much.
Had this for about half a year now. It was good at the beginning but now it's starting to register double clicks on some keys which can get pretty annoying. Not sure how to fix it either.
Keyboard doesn't always work. Sometimes does not register key clicks and sometimes double registers. Tried to contact for return/refund but will not respond.
Great Budget keyboard decent for the price.
Out of the box its all Rattle and Hollow it does come with a silicone dampener which really surprised me for the price of this.
Highly Recommend you put effort in Modding and Lubing because after some tuning so it can sound amazing and at least pleasant to hear.
I recommend to be careful when pulling switches out because you may damage the edges of the keyboard due to it being plastic.
I lubed some Gateron Yellows and Akko CS Rose Reds and stuck them in.
Be sure to do some lubing on the clip on stabs because they are in need of lube and I Highly Recommend you Holee Mod the stabs.
The Mods I used to dampen the case sound were the Included Foam + PE Foam + Tape Mod and Thick Packing Foam Cut to size to fit the PCB to finally silence the case from making the Hollow Echo Rattle sound.
I personally use this at my work because they give you a crappy membrane keyboard and I couldn't handle it. Being at this price I found the perfect keyboard for my work desk something that was budget. This keyboard may drain batteries when its not in use be sure to turn it off. It blinks when its out of battery its how you know.
I ordered it about a month ago and it just arrived today. I opened it up just to find I have to order keycaps and an additional 1-2 months.
The board is great but I do have one major problem with it. One of the keys on it straight up doesn't work. The up page key doesn't do anything, which doesn't bother me that much, as I don't use that key a lot, but it's still a bit annoying.
The plastic case quality is good. Keyboard has minimal creaking and noises. The PCB/plate foam is nice and dense and a great addition for this price. I don't notice any lag with normal typing. The board is a bit hollow. The case foam is too light/permeable. HATE not being able to remap keys. beware, the ` key is right of backspace and the delete is under it. VERY ANNOYING