|Item model number||ABKO-KB-K595-BK-OTBL|
|Item Weight||2.44 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.62 x 7.2 x 2.17 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.62 x 7.2 x 2.17 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||October 1, 2019|
ABKONCORE 100% Mechanical Hot Swappable Gaming Keyboard K595, Full Key Rollover Wired USB Rainbow LED Backlit, 104 Keys Splash-Proof GTMX Blue Switches for Gaming, Work, Home, Office, PC, Mac, Windows
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|Number of Keys||104|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.62 x 7.2 x 2.17 inches|
|Number of Buttons||104|
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- [100% Anti-ghosting & 1000 Polling Rate] 100% Anti-Ghosting 104 mechanical gaming keyboard provides Full-Key Rollover that allows to simultaneously click multiple keys. Polling rate 1,000Hz with the ability to send and receive data 1,000 times per second between PC and keyboard which is perfect for games that require fast movement and precision.
- [Durable & Detachable] Solid Aircraft - Click-type double-shot injection keycaps switches (50 million keystrokes tested), self-repairable keyboard with the GTMX switches (Cherry equivalent) you can simply replace the malfunctioning switches.
- [Multiple Lighting Modes Enhance the Game Atmosphere] K595 Mechanical Keyboard allows you to program your own backlight mode. The brightness, speed, direction are all available to change by specific keys.
- [Ergonomic Desighed PC Gaming Keyboard] EAn ergonomic keycaps configuration with different heights provide clear separation between each key for precisione input and comfort during long extended periods of use. Height Adjustment Anti-Slip Pad included. Gold-Plated USB with Noise Filter Fabric Cable. Multimedia manual key provides multi-media shortcuts for convenient efficient operation by shortening them while listening to music, working and gaming.
- [What's Included] K595 mechanical keyboard, key remover, switch remover, cleaning brush, user guide and frendly customer service.
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Cherry MX Blue Equivalent Switches
It is a Click-type switches. Suitable for users who want a distinctively audible clicks and a clear sense of tactility.
OPERATING PRESSURE: 50±10GF
ABKONCORE K595 mechanical keyboard has customizable switch. It is Self-repairable，and you can replace the switches acording to your preference
Waterproof And Dustproof
K595 mechanical keyboard can prevent accidental splashing of water on the keyboard and affect your gaming and work experience.
graded aluminum plate & metal & ABS construction, high speed USB cable with gold-plated USB connector for a stable connection that s efficient data transmission. And it is plug and play directly
Polling Rate 1,000Hz
The ability to send and receive data 1,000 times per second between PC and keyboards is perfect for games that require fast movement and precision.
Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboards
K595 RGB mechanical gaming keyboard adopts ergonomic design to provide the best gaming and word experience.
ABKONCORE designs and manufactures high performance PC components and gaming peripherals
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1. The keys wobbles
2. The key have a little more friction than I expect, that feels like plastic on plastic rub. key still travels straight down, and don't get stuck, but the friction is way more than the other mechanical keyboard I have.
3. The sound is not pleasant nor satisfying. The sound is a mixture of plastic cap hitting plastic and the key switch click. some what like the old school IBM keyboard. Before you say that's how mechanical keyboard should sound, it doesn't sound consistent and all the resonance when typing fast is just annoying. Again the other mechanical keyboard I use that have consistent click sound, and sounds pleasant to me, without the resonance from the plastic key caps.
Pros: Heavy duty, sturdy, think it will last a long time, colors are pretty (***color settings are nice, just really wish you could change it to all one color if you wanted though)
Cons: The number row with the blue color backlight is very hard to read to see if i'm hitting the right button.
Sometimes the number pad enter key take a couple times pressing for it to react (im not sure why)
Overall I'm somewhat satisfied...just wish I would see the number row better and it wasn't so loud. Other than those things it's a really nice keyboard.
Now onto the more important part, the way it feels and sounds. Firstly the sound really isn't pleasing... which is odd for a mechanical keyboard because usually they sound quite satisfying. However, personally I felt like these keys were overly clicky, and not the good kind of clicky. It is just a very VERY loud keyboard... and not one where people want to hear you typing.
It also feels pretty cheap in my opinion. The keys feel like plastic, I'm not sure what they're actually made of but feels like plastic. I have a keyboard from Logitech where the keys don't feel nearly as cheap, and it sounds really nice in comparison to this one. The Logitech keyboard is also quite heavy and sturdy, whereas this one feels really lightweight and once again, the whole thing kinda feels plastic-like.
I played a lot of games with this, but mainly I played a lot of Osu!. Whether it be classic Osu! or Osu! Mania, I was playing two rhythm games that DEFINITELY tested the performance of this keyboard. I ended up switching keyboards because I felt like there were a lot of times that you had to get press on a key right perfectly in the middle in order for it to register properly that you had tapped it. The keyboard kinda held me back from getting perfect hits occasionally, which is not good for someone playing rhythm games. However, if you just play FPS games or something which mainly require "aswd" and possibly a few other keys, I don't see how the performance of this keyboard could do you any harm.
In short, it works, but you may wanna invest into something a bit higher quality if you want something that'll feel nice and look nice.
Keys have downward travel, spring back and produce a satisfying (and loud) click.
They keyboard works well and its basic lighting capabilities are more than sufficient for me. Certainly not an RGB keyboard but clearly backlit. Good product.
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Reviewed in Mexico on September 7, 2020
El único contra que le podría poner es la fuente utilizada, algunos caracteres a mi parecer son poco visibles.
EDIT: teniendo ya 8 meses con el teclado.
Poco después del primer mes (casi casi después de que escribí la primer reseña) noté que la tecla Delete o "<--" comenzaba a sonar diferente, haciendo una especie de tintineo (anexo el video de prueba).
Si aprecian el video, lo ideal es que las teclas suenen como cuando presiono Enter, pero al probar con "<--" notarán el tintineo del que hablo (recomiendo subir el volumen y de preferencia con audífonos).
Yo pensé: "Bueno, solo es esa tecla, además, por lo barato que me salió, no me puedo quejar". (Cabe aclarar que cuando lo compré estaba en $780 pesos mexicanos, ahorita está arriba de $1200).
El caso es que alrededor de hace una semana, noté que algunas de las teclas numéricas de en medio comenzaron a hacer ese mismo sonidito. Y quizás ustedes pensaran: "¡Qué exagerado! No es para tanto.", pero créanme, sí que lo es. Muchas veces me encuentro escribiendo código durante la noche y ese tintineo llega a tornarse demasiado molesto, además, una de las razones por las que compré un teclado mecánico es por ese agradable sonido que producen las teclas al presionarlas, cosa que se ha arruinado por completo con ese "metalito", incluso mientras escribo esta reseña estoy escuchándolo y vaya que es irritante. Una prueba más de que lo barato, sale caro.
Y bueno, ya que estoy aquí, me puse a leer las reseñas y me he encontrado con personas que incluso les han dejado de funcionar algunas teclas. Nombre, de mal en peor. En fin, considérenlo muy bien antes de comprarlo.
Intenté de todo antes de darle el juicio final, ya que siendo un teclado mecánico se me hacía super raro que le fallaran dos teclas. Lo limpié, lo sacudí, compré aire comprimido para poder limpiarlo de manera más profunda, pero nada de esto funcionó. Las teclas siguen sin funcionar y fallan constantemente.
La verdad no lo volvería a comprar.
Reviewed in Mexico on November 14, 2020