- All Buttons are functional including the small ones
- Hot Swappable
- 2 Clickable Knobs
- Layer Indicator Light
- Back Light: 9 RGBs
- VIA Compatible
Remapping Instructions: wiki.keebmonkey.com
- Housing Material: Aluminum 6063
- Translucent Acrylic Base
- Process: CNC
- Surfacing: Anodized/Electrophoresis
- Keys: 9
- 9 Blank XDA keycaps included
- 2 Knobs, clickable
- Connection: Type-C
In Stock, very limited.
I'll echo what the other reviews have said and just sing this product's praises. The blue color is exactly as pictured. The functionality is vast and easily accessible. Each button works and has multiple layers. The lighting is gorgeous, and the build quality is fantastic. Not much else to say other than I got exactly what I wanted from this product.
First ever macro pad, very satisfied! Good weight, feels more substantial than pictures imply (so it doesn't move while in use). Other reviews sum up experience well; JSON file now available on keebmonkey wiki. Only critique is that the RGB is not readily-customizable in VIA -- you'll have to manually map RGB keycodes to some keys to cycle through the modes.
Other review summed it up perfectly. All buttons are functional, and there's multiple layers out of the box. The layers can be switched between using the "Start" button and the "Layer" light changes between 4 colors. It looks amazing, just like the photos. The pictures didn't include that there's lighting underneath the main keys also. All the buttons and switches feel nice to press, and the knobs have a great feel when turning and pressing. Shipping time was relatively fast, 15 days from outside of the US.
This is a nice, solid little macro pad. It feels surprisingly heavy and sturdy! All of the buttons shown are functional, and there are four layers. There are a variety of lighting effects, and you can change them via buttons on the fourth layer (default). It works right out of the box, though you'll need to do some work if you want to remap the keys. Follow keebmonkey's link to download VIA. If they don't have a file posted for this device yet, Google "kb09-01 json." I was able to download the file from a Chinese site that also showed a preview of the file text (in case you want to copy/paste). Once I found that file, it was really easy to set this macro pad up for gaming.