|Item model number||FBA_eQuteCOO31H22|
|Item Weight||1.19 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.2 x 3.9 x 1.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||13.18 x 3.93 x 1.45 inches|
|Color||OUTEMU Switch 68 keys blue Switch (White Silver)|
Mechanical Keyboard Wired Keyboard Blue Switch 68-Keys Mini Design (60%) Gaming Keyboard White Silver by Magicforce Qisan
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- Mini and portable design,unique 68 keys layout OUTEMU mechanical switches keyboard (Cherry MX equivalent)
- Perfect size fits for laptop, Ergonomic step wise key cap, linear action, no frame design
- Mechanical gaming keyboard,USB connection - removable cable
- Keyboard humanization design, and FN combined with a series of common shortcut key functions
- Game Optimized 6 keys roll-over anti-ghosting - ensures the key you touch translates into the game.
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Layout contrast between 68 keys keyboard and 104 keys keyboard
Blue switch is pretty clicky, sounds like the voice of the old typewriter.
The super sensitive and tactile feeling give a positive gaming experience.
Hot Keys Conbination
Hot Keys Available!
This keyboard adds many functions that you can access via FN + combination key (eg. Shortcut to media key).
FN+C：stop FN+V：Move Previous
FN+B：Move Next FN+N：reduce the volume
FN+M：increase the volume FN+<：mute
Home and End function:
FN+; ：Home FN+/：End
FN+Page up：Home FN+Page down：End
FN+O：PSc /SRq FN+P：Scroll Lock
With exquisite craftsmanship and specialized design
High quality product is the result of exquisite workmanship. The red double-layered PCB is used, and solder joint is full.
Modern and Ergonomic Design
Each row of keys in different slant, conforms to ergonomic design, so you can type very quickly!
Keyboard Bracket and Anti- slip Rubber！
2 kinds of slant for your choice via adjusting keyboard bracket; 6 pieces of rubber are designed for non slip.
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|Sold By||Qisan||Qisan||Qisan||Qisan||Spring in Original||NINJYA,U.S.A|
|Are Batteries Included||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Are Batteries Required||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Color||OUTEMU Switch 68 keys blue Switch (White Silver)||68 Cherry MX Brown Switch||White||GATERON Switch 108 keys brown Switch(white)||blue switches, black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||13.18 x 3.93 x 1.45 in||13.38 x 4.13 x 1.57 in||13.38 x 4.13 x 1.57 in||17.12 x 4.92 x 1.57 in||12.2 x 4.84 x 1.4 in||12.76 x 5.98 x 2.05 in|
|Item Weight||1.19 lbs||1.28 lbs||1.28 lbs||—||1.6 lbs||—|
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Unfortunately after less than a year random keys have stopped registering full time. They do sometimes, then suddenly they'll skip.
I contacted Qisan support and unfortunately they didn't quite understand. They offered me new keycaps, however that isn't the problem as I have tested with a few different sets.
After doing their troubleshooting and letting them know it wasn't the keycaps they stopped replying and I haven't heard back in a while.
It's unfortunate such a slick keyboard is held back in this way.
Will update if I hear back from support.
My only recommendation would be to buy some thick PBT keycaps to put on the keyboard rather than the stock keycaps that it comes with. The stock keycaps are okay, but they're pretty thin and cause the keyboard to have a much more treble-y and metallic sound. With some thicker keycaps, you get a much more bearable sound from typing (and my coworkers noticed when I swapped the keycaps too, they hated listening to the stock ones).
I considered taking one star off for the sort of cheap feeling/sounding keycaps, but honestly for $40 this is an amazing keyboard. I own a few mechanical keyboards with cherry switches, most costing around $100 or so, and this $40 might end up being my new favorite.
My only complaint would be that the keycaps are a bit thin and flimsy, and the legends are pretty terrible as well. I would have liked to see the secondary functions for the keys printed on the front side rather than crowded together on the top of the caps. I plan on replacing the caps anyway, and considering the price, I do not feel it warrants docking a star from my review.
I do wish they had placed the logo somewhere less visible, but I rarely notice it anymore.
I use this with my Surface Pro 3 at work, and the size is perfect for when I want to bring it home with me.
The ergonomics are amazing, and the switches, may not be cherry but they are great. The weight and size and perfect. It has rubber feet and it really prevents the keyboard from sliding around.
This is quite a bit smaller than a TKL but with the complete functionality that one would expect. I am glad that it has dedicated arrow keys too, especially at this size.
I use mine with a KVM with no problems at all and switch between OS X and Windows. You can mapped any key with no problem using Karabiner.
One of my primary worries with this keyboard came from the switches. They're Outemu, a knockoff of Cherry but they do have the same mounts, so keycaps meant for Cherry MX keyboards will work on this one. I bit the bullet for the price and was happy in the end. I have a Cherry MX Blue keyboard that is broken and when comparing the two switches, there's not much of a difference. Outemu switches seem a bit more firm at the start and louder but they're not any worse just different.
The layout is a bit different, too. It's smaller than a tenkeyless but bigger than a 60%, and has some of the common keys (Home, End, Print Screen, and the entire F1-F12 row) on layers. At first it was a little weird to get used to but you will go autopilot after playing with the keyboard for awhile.
The keycaps seem to be laser etched ABS, so the legends wont wear out but the feel of them will. Your keys may end up being smooth after a long time. But if that's an issue, you can find Doubleshot PBT keycaps here on Amazon (search Vortex Doubleshot PBT) that can replace your keys fine. Just know, that you will have to know what's on the layers and you will have extra keycaps. If you cannot remember what key Print Screen is on, you may have to refer to your manual.
All in all, I'm very happy with this keyboard for the price. It's a compact and decently built keyboard. I would recommend it.