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Mechanical Keyboard HAVIT RGB Backlit Wired Gaming Keyboard Extra-Thin & Light, Kailh Latest Low Profile Blue Switches, 104 Keys N-Key Rollover HV-KB395L (Black)

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  • ★ Standard 104 Keys with numeric keys, Ultra-thin and Light, Compact Design, 17.2”* 5”* 0.89”, 570g only, thinner and lighter than traditional mechanical keyboard.
  • ★ Latest Kailh Blue Switch -- Low Profile Switches, 11.5mm switch height, 6mm ultra-thin suspended keycap, 3mm key travel creates unique mechanical feel, enjoy high-grade games with fast response.
  • ★ Multiple RGB Custom Backlit Modes, easy typing & playing in the dark. Fn+F12 for Customizing, Fn+F1-F5 default partial keys luminescence, Fn+F6-F11 six presetting ALL Keys RGB
  • ★ Driver Free, Plug & Play, detachable USB to micro cable, All 104 keys of N-key Rollover, WIN Key locked supported.
  • ★ Compatible with Win 10/Win 8/Win 7/Vista/Linux ★[Warm tips]: The keys can ONLY be customize with Windows system. Linux incompatible with this keyboard's Multimedia keys)

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    HAVIT HV-KB395L Mechanical Keyboard Adopts the Latest Kailh Blue Switches -- Low Profile Switches, Kailh Low Profile Blue Switches, Makes the Extraordinarily Thin and Light Design of Mechanical Keyboard Possible

    Great Choice for Both Games and Office:

    1. Standard 104 Keys with numeric keys, 7mm shorter switch height than traditional mechanical keyboard; 6mm ultra-thin suspended keycaps, 3mm key travel and 1.4mm response distance, offers a shorter travel distance, more accurate actuation, delivering precision and lightning speed performance.

    2. Multiple RGB Custom Backlit Mode, support customizing (Press FN+F12), enjoy games and typing at night.

    3. FN+F1-F5 Five Default Partial Keys RGB Patterns; FN+F6-F11 Six Presetting ALL Keys RGB Backlit; FN+PauseBreak Restore Factory Backlit Setting

    4. User-friendly Design, Driver Free, Plug & Play, with detachable USB to micro cable, convenient and portable.

    5. All 104 keys of N-key Rollover, WIN KEY locked supported, ensure great gaming experience.

    6. Compatible with: Win 10/Win 8/Win 7/Vista/Mac/Linux

    Specification:

    Key number: 104 keys

    Dimension:436x 126 x22.8mm

    Operating force : 45±10g

    Travel(Total): 3.0mm

    Interface: USB

    Net weight:570±20g

    Operating Current:≤100mA (No backlight),≤400 mA (brightest backlight)

    Operating Voltage: 5V±10%

    Cable length :1800mm

    Service life: >50 million key operations

    Fully compatible with Win 10/Win 8/Win 7/Vista/Mac/Linux

    Package Included:

    1x HV-KB395LMechanical Keyboard

    1x USB to Micro Cable

    1x User Manual

    1x HAVIT Happy Card

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    One Handed Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Large Gaming Mouse Pad RGB Gaming Mouse Pad RGB Gaming Mouse Wired Havit 5 Fans Laptop Cooling Pad Havit 5 Fans Laptop Cooling Pad
    Material ABS rubber rubber ABS ABS ABS
    Color LED Black RGB RGB LED LED
    Size 13.62 *7.01 * 1.97 inches 35.43 * 15.75*0.12 inches 31.5 * 11.81 * 0.15 inches 5.6 * 4.5 * 2 inch 15.87 x 11.81 x 1.34 inches 16.8 x 12.2 x 1.6 inches
    Feature Blue Switches LED Backlight with Wrist Rest keyboard, Programmable Mouse large size,Smooth Surface and Non-slip Base 14 kinds of RGB Backlit,Smooth Surface and Non-slip Base 7 Color Breathing Backlit, 6 D-P-I Levels, skin-friendly surface and non-slip side, with a high precision sensor, wide compatibility Quiet Working Fans,high-quality metal mesh, Extra USB Ports Super Cooling & Quiet Fans, Five adjustable height, Extra USB Ports

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    Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2017
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    Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Believe the hype!
    Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019
    I was looking for a keyboard that would be a bit less bulky than my Logitech a G710. I had never owned a mechanical keyboard before that one, and while I appreciated it from a technical standpoint, it had never won me over. I write books, so I do a lot of typing, and tend to appreciate a keyboard that feels lighter on my fingers. The cherry blue switches on my G710 were heavy and required a good amount of pressure compared to the membranes I'd gotten used to using growing up. Before the G710 I'd had a Logitech K740, and I loved that board. It had a very light actuation (force needed to complete a keystroke) that allowed me to type for hours on end without achy fingertip joints.

    I was debating for some time what to try out next, as I am on a budget and was unsure about the type of mechanical keyboard I was interested in using. Then I spotted this one on a flash sale; some of the reviews likened this to a scissor switch style keyboard than a standard blue switch. So I took the plunge.

    Turns out that the reviewers were spot on!

    The switches feel so much lighter and the action is very smooth. The keys really do not need as much force as a standard cherry blue, and the actuation is notably lighter. The key presses feel better than they used to on my old K740, which was a scissor switch keyboard. These have a much more precise feeling to them; they don't feel as 'floaty' as scissors or bouncy like membranes. These are much more like cherry blues but a lot lighter.

    The keyboard is also very thin, but without feeling flimsy or cheap. The base feels heavy, as if durably constructed of plastic and metal. The overall size is perfect on my VIVO Adjustable Computer Keyboard & Mouse Platform (MOUNT-KB03B), accommodating both this keyboard and an ergonomic mouse pad.

    Software wise, this has to be the most customizable board I've ever used. I have a lot of boards, controllers, etc, but I've never been able to customize every key individually, not only in its color and illumination, but with macros and functions. In the keyboard's software I could set any key to do just about anything I could think of. The software itself is very minimalist and straightforward; I had no problem setting things up.

    I cannot speak for the durability yet, but you can believe that I will update this at a later time if this thing breaks down and there are issues. If you haven't heard from me again on this, assume the ending here is a happy one, and this keyboard and I are still going strong.
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    Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2017
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    Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2018
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    Sam
    5.0 out of 5 stars - Good build quality
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 22, 2017
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    Sam
    5.0 out of 5 stars - Good build quality
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 22, 2017
    I'm using it for a week and I'm loving it. I can't wait for the driver to be released.

    Pros:
    - Good build quality.
    - Great feel on the keys.
    - Full RGB and easy to customise colours via keyboard shortcuts.

    Cons:
    - RGB LEDs blink on a very fast frequency, so if you move your eyes quickly it feels a bit strange.
    - The typography could be better designed. Helvetica is a great typeface but there positioning, size and adjustments could be greatly improved. It also applies for the symbols which some look like 'Yelp' logo.

    - The click sound quite pleasant but it may sound too clicky for some people. That's a matter of personal preference

    Overall considering the price it's a 5 out of 5!
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    voyager
    5.0 out of 5 stars Best Mechanical Keyboard Ever!
    Reviewed in Canada on May 29, 2018
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    MR R ELLIS
    5.0 out of 5 stars A dream to type on
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2017
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    eziite
    5.0 out of 5 stars Great for those who prefer slim / thin keyboards.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 23, 2017
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    Mark and Julie
    1.0 out of 5 stars Starting to fail 4 months later
    Reviewed in Canada on May 24, 2018
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