DREVO Calibur 71-Key RGB LED Backlit Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 / USB Wired Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Red Switch-Sliver White
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- System Requirement: Bluetooth 4.0 receiver / Windows 10 / Android 4.4 and above / IOS 7.0 and above / Mac OS 10.10 and above.
- Bluetooth 4.0: The fastest wireless technology has been integrated into the Calibur to bring a simple and limitless working method for office and daily use. (Check the compatibility before purchasing)
- Attractive Features: 71 keys with customizable lights, true NKRO that prevents key ghosting, high-quality keycaps that will stay clean, RGB backlighting.
- Lighting Effects: 7 different lighting effects, such as Reactive Mode, Wave Mode, Ripple Mode, Aurora Mode that will not conflict with customizable lights.
- Mechanical Switches: Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard Black / Blue / Brown / Red switches with endurance up to 50M key presses, ten times longer than membrane keyboards, and always perform as the first time.
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By using the latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology, the Calibur not only can perfectly work with computers, but also phones and tablets. It provides pure convenience and wonderful mechanical feels for keyboard lovers. With it’s internal battery, the Calibur could continually work for 20 hours, and be fully charged in less than 2 hours.
- Design your own keyboard’s appearance
- Handy, comfortable and portable for everyday work
- More workspace, less cord drag.
- The Calibur is a 71-Key mechanical keyboard which lacks the function row. It has equipped with high-quality keycaps, RGB backlighting, and Bluetooth 4.0/USB dual connectivities.
- Drevo has purposely designed the Calibur for these mechanical keyboard enthusiasts who have always been asking for a gorgeous keyboard with great portability and quality.
It’s important to choose the right type of switches that meets your favorite standard, for the color of the switches has a great impact on the daily use.
Black: Linear with high resistant force. Choose it if you like heavily pressing down keys.
Red: Linear with soft resistant force. Choose it if you like lightly pressing down keys.
Blue: Tactile and clicky with a bump feel. Choose it if you like typing and don’t mind loud key clicks.
Brown: Tactile and non-clicky with a bump feel Choose it if you want a middle option of Black and Blue.
With proper bluetooth adapter (not included in the package) , the Calibur could easily connect to all kinds of electronics products. Supported by the leading bluetooth technology, this keyboard would work smoothly without any delays, dropouts and interference.
The Calibur has been integrated with 7 dynamic lighting effects, including Reactive Mode, Ripple Mode, Breathing Mode. Moreover, these lighting effects will also work on custom backlighting.
Finding difficulty to identify your keyboard? The Calibur offers an unique look that forms differently according to each user’s own thought. It has two profiles for you to design your keyboard’s appearance.
Top customer reviews
--- Layout: This compact form factor is a great compromise, allowing as much desk space as possible with as little sacrifice as possible, if you can live without a numpad and rarely/never use F1-F12 keys (or can train yourself to use the Fn-key combos without thinking). This 71-key layout uses Fn-key combinations for F1-F12, backtick (`) and tilde (~) (see legends on the fronts of the top-row keycaps), but there is no way to get Print Screen, Scroll Lock, Pause, Break, or any media keys without mapping further key combinations with third-party software (such as AutoHotKey).
--- Feel: The matte, soft-touch plastic coating on the keycaps feels great -- if you like soft-touch "rubberized" plastic, this is just the right silky but slightly grippy feel, with just a bit of orange peel texture. I type around 70wpm (with a fair amount of typos), and these switches/caps have been outstanding to type on. I believe these boards use Outemu switches (Cherry MX clones) -- I have Caliburs with both the Black and Red linear switches. Comparing against the Akwox Cherry MX switch tester (Akwox 9-Key Cherry MX Switch Tester, Keycap puller, keyboard Keycap, O-Ring Sampler Tester Kit), to me these Black switches are slightly lighter in feel than the Cherry Blacks, while the Red switches on this board feel a bit lighter than the Cherry Reds. Both feel a bit more more "rough" during the switch travel than the Cherry switches, if that sort of thing bothers you.
--- Sound: I like a very quiet board, and these boards are pretty typical for a non-clicky switch (red, black, etc) mechanical keyboard. The keycaps and switches are reasonably quiet, though the stabilizers under the Spacebar, Shift, Enter, and Backspace rattle quite a lot (as with most mechanical boards), which is especially noticeable to me since I tend to hit these keys a bit harder than other keys (Space and Enter to punctuate words and sentences, and Backspace in frustration when making typos ;). But these keyboards can be made as quiet as the garbage OEM membrane chiclet boards around my office after putting some dielectric grease (Permatex 22058 Dielectric Tune-Up Grease, 3 oz. Tube) in the stabilizers to eliminate rattling, transparent O-rings (Rosewill Rubber O-Ring Sound Dampeners for Cherry MX Key Switch,135-Pieces (RO-100T)) under the key caps to reduce bottoming-out "clack", and a thin sheet of nonconducting dense foam rubber inside the case under the circuit board to absorb the hollow "thunk" -- ending up with a very quiet but great feeling keyboard. (Note of course that taking apart the case will probably void your warranty!)
--- Backlight: Like most basic RGB backlighting, this doesn't produce pure white, let alone a slightly warm off-white -- the "white" setting has a distinct cyan blue hue. But it's serviceable, and the other 6 colors (red, green, royal blue, yellow, purple, and cyan) look great if that's your thing (although the yellow -- my son's favorite color ;) -- is sadly a bit neon green / chartreuse). Search Youtube for reviews of this board for examples of the backlighting colors and various effects to get an idea. All backlighting controls are built into the board (no software), controlled by Fn-key combinations, and previous settings are restored when rebooting or disconnecting then reconnecting to a different computer (in wired mode, though I'm guessing it saves your previous state in Bluetooth mode as well).
Backlight does NOT cycle/flicker: Importantly, I've noticed that some RGB backlit keyboards (not this one) when set to a static color, have an annoying flickery/shimmery/cycling effect when your eyes are moving over them, especially in your peripheral vision (such as when looking at the screen with the keyboard in your lower periphery), and particularly on colors that aren't pure Red, Green, or Blue (white is the worst) -- for example "white" (made up of red, green, and blue) will appear to rapidly cycle (many times per second) between the RGB components of the light. I'm guessing most people aren't sensitive to this, but if you are, note that this keyboard DOES NOT suffer from this effect.
--- White vs Black case & keycaps:
- keycaps are much higher contrast with the backlighting turned off (dark gray symbols on white background)
- backlighting appears more vivid and bright
- keyboard is NOT all matte: the aluminum top plate is a semi-shiny, sandblasted natural silver color
- keycaps are very hard to read in dim light without backlighting (dark gray symbols on black background), though I like the stealth look ;)
- backlighting appears more muted, though still a vivid contrast against the black
- keyboard IS all matte: aluminum top plate is painted matte black to match the rest of the case and caps
--- Build quality: Very solid, no flex, and unusually heavy for it's size due to the lithium battery inside. Excellent materials and finish, and no gloss plastic to be found ;) Keycaps fit very snugly on switches. USB cable connects very firmly to the port in back (some other cables I had lying around don't feel as well seated as the included one).
--- Bluetooth: I only use these wired with desktop PCs, so no idea how well Bluetooth works, but these boards are still a great deal without the wireless functionality. I read somewhere that these boards originally had wireless problems with latency and dropped keystrokes, but that has apparently been resolved in newer boards. Beware if buying an older used board or from a third-party seller aside from Drevo Direct.
Overall just a great piece of minimalist industrial design, and an outstanding deal at this price.
I also love the compact size, as I do not need 10-key functionality, and would prefer to save the space. However, the one thing I do not like about this keyboard, as a software developer, is there is no separate key for the backtick (`) and tilde (~) keys. Instead, the escape key is overridden for this function. So, to get the tilde, you have to hit Fn-ESC, and to get the backtick, you have to do Shift-Fn-ESC, which is really inconvenient. If you aren't a developer, you probably won't care, but I wish I'd realized this before I ordered it. Not sure if I will get used to it or will need to find a different keyboard.
Otherwise very happy with its overall performance.
Curiously, I couldn't get it to pair with my Apple TV or Samsung smart TV. Still giving 5 stars for an outstanding product within this niche market. On top of all that, Drevo customer service is AMAZING - they will take care of you even outside of the 1 month Amazon return window. They deserve your business, and you deserve their products.
My set came with Cherry MX blue switches and they work great. They feel even better to use once I installed dampeners. The wireless connectivity works well and the connection is pretty solid. The keyboard is able to store 3 individual connections to devices. It can also be used wired via USB. There isn't a noticeable input lag. The RGB isn't completely programmable but there are enough modes and functions to keep anyone happy.
I really wanted to give this a 5 star rating, but it's missing some key features. Being that it's a 71-key board, the physical buttons for some Windows functions are missing. Most other small form factor keyboards will have these functions set up as function key combination. The Drevo Calibur 71-key is missing these functions: Break/Pause \ Print Screen \ Scroll Lock \ WinLock \ Media Controls - It would be a perfect 5 star if it had those functions built-in