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Vortex RGB POK3R 61 Keys Mechanical Keyboard
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I've killed my previous mech with 500ml of cappuccino :-D Yeah!! Good chance to switch to MX Brown and RGB backlight,
About the keyboard, most likely you know what you're looking at if you're here!
The same awesome Vortex Pok3r build quality, now with full RGB back-lighting. Lighting is absolutely awesome, easy to customize and the are a lot of preset modes as well. I was amazed how hefty it feels for such a small package, because of the aluminum case. Doubleshot ABS keycaps are used this time instead of PBT, since it's backlit now. I'm perfectly fine with them, but some people aren't. Vortex makes a backlight compatible PBT+POM keycap set, so they could have used those.... The only issue with those is the numbers/symbols keys. Because the symbols are on top of the numbers, not side by side like these, the numbers do not light up and I wouldn't be OK with that. Anyway, if you prefer PBT, easily fixable for a few dollars more, but I know....
The keyboard has full key programing and 3 additional layers, you can find everything you need here: [...] so I won't get into that.
Also, on the bottom there are 4 switches, which will allow you to choose between Qwerty, Dvorak, or Colemak; make your CapsLock key an FN key; change the FN or PN keys to any position except right control. While I don't use any of this, I'm sure there are people who will appreciate it.
I thought it was gonna be difficult to go from a full keyboard to a 60%, but it's not a big deal. Plus, I appreciate the extra space on my desk. :-)
If I were nitpicking, I would have preferred a braided cable be included, but I can make one of those myself. So mo' fun for me!
Overall, I would recommend this to anyone looking for a solid 60% keyboard with awesome backlighting and not to mention tons of other features.
In my quest to find me the perfect TKL backlit keyboard I tried a couple of keyboards, MK Disco TKL RGB with Brown KBT switches and Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro S with Red Cherry MX. I sold the MK shortly after purchase because by not having a white plate it made the backlighting appear severely inferior to the Pok3r and some of the keycaps were not evenly lit. No brightness level adjustment just made it real easy to discard!
The Cooler Master on the other hand has a white plate and the lighting is beautiful but there are other cons which weigh more than its pros. Here are a few: -no dedicated brightness level adjustment
-stabilizers are noisier than other keyboards I used
-acoustics of the whole package are inferior to other keyboards I used, this one is highly subjective
All of these may seem trivial to some, but what are these reviews really? Nothing but a very subjective analysis of how these things affect our typing life, so forgive my very particular ways.
Biggest con for every keyboard I tried after the Pok3r: build quality!!!!! One can simply not compare a plastic shell to an Aluminum case PERIOD
You may wonder what do those keyboards have to do with anything and why am I "reviewing" them here! I'm just reiterating how good the Pok3r is, compared to these. I need a TKL, because for me the 60% just does not cut it when I play games. It may very well do for others, but I could not use to it, unfortunately! I still absolutely love it, it is by far my favorite and the best keyboard I ever used.
So, for the love of everything that is holy, VORTEX PLEASE MAKE A TKL KEYBOARD JUST LIKE THE POK3R!!! I need you to save me! :-D
I love the RGB LEDs and played with them a lot until eventually settling to a 30% or so brightness vibrant green across the board. You could lose hours playing with different combinations and settings.
The best thing for me though is the build quality. If you're ever in the situation where your home has been invaded, I recommend using the Pok3r RGB as a club to beat the criminals into submission. It won't hurt the board at all. Also, if you drop it, be careful as it will likely smash through your floor and crack your home's foundation. This thing is S O L I D.
This is what ran through my head when I saw this product: "You mean to tell me I can have the same 60% keyboard with incredibly customizable RGB lighting for $15 cheaper that the same keyboard elsewhere? Sold."
After a few days I am still trying to get fully used to not having dedicated navigation keys, but the keyboard is glorious. I show it to everyone. The browns are delightful to type on. Being able to program macros is awesome too, in a single keystroke I can be logged into the lab computers on campus, in another keystroke, it will open google chrome and log me in. Champion status.
Already considering buying another for work. I like it that much.
Also love that it does not need software, all the programming is done directly on the keyboard so it does not matter if you are Win/Lin/Mac (although you will need Windows to flash the firmware, which I had to do in order for it to work properly)