Noppoo Choc Mini 84 NKRO 1ms REALKEY (RK) Technology Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Brown Switches/POM KeyCaps)
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- The world's fastest keyboard.Noppoo 1ms RealKey technology.FAST. PRECISE. UNIQUE.
- German technology,Original Noppoo mechanical Brown Switch with a lifespan of over 50 million keypresses feel comfortable.
- Chattering control technology; No letters double-click,longer service life.
- Laser engraving POM keycap,comfortable and durable.
- FULL-N-KEY ROLLOVER,100% ANTI-GHOSTING.Multi-function key combinations,Easy-Access Multimedia Controls.
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The world's fastest keyboard-NEW noppoo choc mini84 mechanical gaming keyboard !
84 key.But there are pretty much come with everything you need from a full size keyboard to a compact layout.
★The world's fastest keyboard.
Noppoo 1ms RealKey technology and Original Noppoo mechanical Switch in one absolutely pure design.Faster than any other. More accurate than any other.
★Noppoo mechanical Switch.
German technology,Original Noppoo mechanical Brown Switch with a lifespan of over 50 million keypresses feel comfortable.
★Chattering control technology. No letters double-click(SS,KK, YY),longer service life.
★keycaps: Laser engraving POM keycap,comfortable and durable.
★84 key. But there are pretty much come with everything you need from a full size keyboard to a compact layout.
★FULL N-KEY ROLLOVER,100% ANTI-GHOSTING.USB connection NKRO (N-key rollover) conflict-free typing performance. 100% ANTI-GHOSTING,the best choice for gamers.
★Multi-function key combinations.Multi-Media Keys over QWEASD section (Volume up/down, play/pause, mute) ,Easy-Access Multimedia Controls.
★Location swap for Left Ctrl / Caps lock function.
★Narrow frame design.
★Cap LED light.
★Compatible system: Windows PC, Mac
★Dimension: 12.4 x 5 x 1.4 inches
★Net Weight: 1.7 pounds
1x Choc Mini 84 keyboard
*Key cap puller included
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One downside to some people is that it doesn't have LEDs, but there is an RBG model if that is something that you needed. Honestly the keyboard is super responsive, and is one of the more tried and true 84 key models around. If you're wanting something that you know you can trust for awhile, this is for you.
-Brown keys feel really nice
-Sounds nice yet not annoyingly loud
-BEST FEATURE IMO (and my primary buying point): hotkey for switching ctrl and caps lock key. This is fantastic in games.
-Haven't found a ghosting key combination yet
-USB connection has been sketchy since day 1. It will frequently reconnect and disconnect, something none of my other peripherals do
-cable isn't detachable
-I've since discovered a windows program called "autohotkey" which can replicate the ctrl/caps lock switching function on any keyboard.
Soldered a new usb cable into the PCB and keyboard works perfectly at all times now, including in BIOS. Recommend Noppoo changes packaging as to not cram in the cable with so many kinks resulting in failure, or upgrades to a disconnectable cable to let this wonderfully portable small-form-factor keyboard be that little bit more durable.
I would also like to add: RELEVANT TO BUYERS OF THIS KEYBOARD, due to its compact size when activating the NUM LOCK key various keys will change functionality to that of a NUM pad. Coupled with the fact that many Motherboard BIOS have a habit of turning the NUM lock key on every time you start up, it can be mildly annoying to turn it off every time you want to input your password. I must stress that this is a function of the BIOS and has nothing to do with the keyboard itself. If the NUM lock issue bothers you like it did for me, you can merely change the setting on your motherboards BIOS. For those who may not know how to enter their PC's BIOS, when the PC boots a quick screen will come up that will tell you a key that must be held down to enter BIOS settings, for most it will be function key(F1,F2,F3)(It should also be noted that many computers will just display "hold F1 to enter settings".) After holding this key down the BIOS settings should pop up, from here navigate to your keyboard settings and disable NUM lock from activating on start up. Then save your settings and exit the BIOS. Also remember to be careful when navigating your BIOS settings, you don't want to accidently make changes without doing your homework. Happy typing!
- The keycaps are made of POM plastic and have a very pleasant texture. The molding is very thick, making these some of the most pleasant caps to type on I've used.
- Costar-style stabilizers
- Left ctrl and capslock are switchable with a 2-button key combo.
- Plate mounted
- The media keys are nice, plus some other cool features like the ability to adjust debounce and disable the Win key. The Fn-layer numpad is nice to have, though not a perfect replacement for a proper numpad.
- 5.5x spacebar. Most of the other keys are standard with the exception of the 1.75x left shift, but finding a 5.5x spacebar is almost impossible. If you ever want to replace that, god help you. Otherwise, using alternate keycap sets isn't much of a hassle.
- Though the caps themselves are nice, the printed legends stain very quickly (within only hours of use), which isn't very attractive.
- The cable isn't detachable, which isn't ideal for travel.
Personally, the layout wasn't a problem because I ended up putting a DSA keyset on this, so the profile and slight layout differences weren't a problem. If you want to put keycaps with a different profile on it, especially labelled ones, it will most likely be more problematic.
Overall, this is a great keyboard that I'd be happy to recommend. There are a couple minor problems, but things like the layout and numpad are going to be a tradeoff you make with any 84-key board. If you're set on 84-key, this is definitely worth getting.
Though it is small, its one and a half pounds and rubber feet lock it solidly to my desktop. It does not budge as I type. Build quality appears good.
The Cherry MX brown keys have just enough aural feedback to remind me typing on a Selectric typewriter. They are not too noisy.
Using the included key puller, I now have a keyboard that I can thoroughly clean.