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Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)

Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)

Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - 87 Keys - Double Shot PBT - NKRO - USB Type C (Cherry Brown, White)
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Features

  • Durgod K320 Features a Sturdy case with adjustable feets so you can prop the keyboard up at an angle to relieve your wrists. (2 positions)
  • Supports DURGOD Zeus Engine software : ( Upgrade your keyboard firmware on the go and set up complex macros or rebind keys as you wish)
  • Two Different Cables : Type C To Type C USB Cable-3.3FT (1M) and Type-C to type-A USB cable 5.9FT/ (1.8M) ; Logo Sticker and keypuller included.
  • Compatibility with Mac and Windows: Compatible with Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, Win Vista, Windows XP and Mac OS (Might need to remap some key through the software) ; The keyboard is adapted for all environment, Home & Office use.

Description

Tenkeyless(TKL) 80% keyboard design, simple, elegant and compact size, save more space for your mouse and provides extra flexibility for your keyboard positioning. 100% anti-ghosting, N-key rollover, windows key disabled in game mode, perfect gaming and typing keyboard. This keyboard adds many functions that you can access via FN + combination key (eg. Shortcut to media key). Specifications: Box Content: Function Key: Adjustable feets allows you to prop the keyboard up at an angle to relieve your wrists. (2 positions) On top of the switches go the doubleshot PBT keycaps . Unlike printing, Doublesshot keycaps type is produced when two layers of plastic are molded into each other. The keys legends which will never fade or chip off. Most vintage and modern mechanical keyboards have keycaps in what is called "Standard Profile" or "OEM Profile" The Durgod Taurus K320 comes with two different cables: (5.2 ft.) In the box, you will also get a Durgod Logo sticker as well as a Durgod Wire keypuller. and a Dust Cover to protect your keyboard from the dust . Adjustable feets Doubleshot PBT Keycaps OEM Profile Durgod Taurus k320 Accessories Durgod Zeus Engine allow you to customize any keys:


Product Dimensions 14.07 x 5.31 x 0.96 inches


Item Weight 2.18 pounds


Manufacturer Durgod


ASIN B07B8DS585


Item model number k320


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 846 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,773 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #394 in PC Gaming Keyboards


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available March 5, 2018


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Features

  • Durgod K320 Features a Sturdy case with adjustable feets so you can prop the keyboard up at an angle to relieve your wrists. (2 positions)
  • Supports DURGOD Zeus Engine software : ( Upgrade your keyboard firmware on the go and set up complex macros or rebind keys as you wish)
  • Two Different Cables : Type C To Type C USB Cable-3.3FT (1M) and Type-C to type-A USB cable 5.9FT/ (1.8M) ; Logo Sticker and keypuller included.
  • Compatibility with Mac and Windows: Compatible with Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, Win Vista, Windows XP and Mac OS (Might need to remap some key through the software) ; The keyboard is adapted for all environment, Home & Office use.

Description

Tenkeyless(TKL) 80% keyboard design, simple, elegant and compact size, save more space for your mouse and provides extra flexibility for your keyboard positioning. 100% anti-ghosting, N-key rollover, windows key disabled in game mode, perfect gaming and typing keyboard. This keyboard adds many functions that you can access via FN + combination key (eg. Shortcut to media key). Specifications: Box Content: Function Key: Adjustable feets allows you to prop the keyboard up at an angle to relieve your wrists. (2 positions) On top of the switches go the doubleshot PBT keycaps . Unlike printing, Doublesshot keycaps type is produced when two layers of plastic are molded into each other. The keys legends which will never fade or chip off. Most vintage and modern mechanical keyboards have keycaps in what is called "Standard Profile" or "OEM Profile" The Durgod Taurus K320 comes with two different cables: (5.2 ft.) In the box, you will also get a Durgod Logo sticker as well as a Durgod Wire keypuller. and a Dust Cover to protect your keyboard from the dust . Adjustable feets Doubleshot PBT Keycaps OEM Profile Durgod Taurus k320 Accessories Durgod Zeus Engine allow you to customize any keys:


Product Dimensions 14.07 x 5.31 x 0.96 inches


Item Weight 2.18 pounds


Manufacturer Durgod


ASIN B07B8DS585


Item model number k320


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 846 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,773 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #394 in PC Gaming Keyboards


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available March 5, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Durgod K320 Features a Sturdy case with adjustable feets so you can prop the keyboard up at an angle to relieve your wrists. (2 positions)
  • Supports DURGOD Zeus Engine software : ( Upgrade your keyboard firmware on the go and set up complex macros or rebind keys as you wish)
  • Two Different Cables : Type C To Type C USB Cable-3.3FT (1M) and Type-C to type-A USB cable 5.9FT/ (1.8M) ; Logo Sticker and keypuller included.
  • Compatibility with Mac and Windows: Compatible with Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, Win Vista, Windows XP and Mac OS (Might need to remap some key through the software) ; The keyboard is adapted for all environment, Home & Office use.

Description

Tenkeyless(TKL) 80% keyboard design, simple, elegant and compact size, save more space for your mouse and provides extra flexibility for your keyboard positioning. 100% anti-ghosting, N-key rollover, windows key disabled in game mode, perfect gaming and typing keyboard. This keyboard adds many functions that you can access via FN + combination key (eg. Shortcut to media key). Specifications: Box Content: Function Key: Adjustable feets allows you to prop the keyboard up at an angle to relieve your wrists. (2 positions) On top of the switches go the doubleshot PBT keycaps . Unlike printing, Doublesshot keycaps type is produced when two layers of plastic are molded into each other. The keys legends which will never fade or chip off. Most vintage and modern mechanical keyboards have keycaps in what is called "Standard Profile" or "OEM Profile" The Durgod Taurus K320 comes with two different cables: (5.2 ft.) In the box, you will also get a Durgod Logo sticker as well as a Durgod Wire keypuller. and a Dust Cover to protect your keyboard from the dust . Adjustable feets Doubleshot PBT Keycaps OEM Profile Durgod Taurus k320 Accessories Durgod Zeus Engine allow you to customize any keys:


Product Dimensions 14.07 x 5.31 x 0.96 inches


Item Weight 2.18 pounds


Manufacturer Durgod


ASIN B07B8DS585


Item model number k320


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 846 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #5,773 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games) #394 in PC Gaming Keyboards


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available March 5, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews Durgod is currently the best under 100$ keyboard available in the market. It stands on par with Filco and Leopold in terms of build quality and performance. When compared to Coolermaster's MasterKeys, it suffers from absolutely no key rattle (the spring tang noise you hear especially when you hit the enter, backspace or spacebar keys). It is also a slight bit less noisy than my Cherry MX Brown Switch Coolermaster TKL keyboard. Hence, methinks, the extra $20 dollars you pay is well worth it. The two detachable cables (not braided) supplied is USB type C, which is an added bonus. Those were the pros and now for the cons... * The led lights for the capslock key is faint and not in-your-face bright unlike Coolermaster's. Is this even a con, I wonder? * I have noticed some versions of this keyboard reviewed on youtube come with extra blue Durgod engraved keycaps supplied in other countries. This package came with a keycap puller but no extra keycaps. * Durgod website is lackluster or even nonexistent. Luckily, I have no use of their software.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Currently the best under 100$ keyboard available;;John P;;;I was incredibly skeptical when I bought this keyboard, but it's been a month and I must say, I'm in love. Construction: The keyboard housing is plastic, but dont let that fool you like it did for me. It feels incredibly sturdy and carries a real industrial weight to it. The key caps feel great too and the printing hasn't faded on me yet. The keyboard also has a nook on the bottom that is perfectly fitted for the included cables. Functionality: My chosen keyboard came with Cherry MX Browns. I share a dorm room and cant be waking my roomate, so I they are perfect for my situation. I didn't need any software to get started. All the programmed function keys worked out of box which was a plus as well. Each key press feels like a dream! TL;DR: All in all, I'd say if you want an entry level mechanical keyboard with great quality and thought put into it, this is a great bet.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent Entry Level Mechanical Keyboard;;Burgerman Brown;;;I love the feel of the keyboard, and build quality is awesome. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of loading the software from Durgod in an attempt to remap CapsLock. That was a big mistake -- the keyboard was completely useless after that, their custom driver was complete garbage. I did manage to remove that driver and rebind it to the stock microsoft driver (in Windows 10), and that made things much better, but still... not good. In particular, the keyboard frequently locks up such that all keys no longer work. (Easily verified by pressing ScrLk and noticing that the lights no longer work.) Removing the USB cable (from either end, it doesn't matter which, so it's not a bad connection in the cable) and reinserting resolves... for a while. The software I installed included a "firmware upgrade", which I think is largely responsible for the problems. It's incredibly disruptive to be typing along and suddenly have the keyboard stop responding. This can happen at any time, and does not appear to be linked to sleep/wake on the laptop or anything like that. It's infrequent enough that I haven't yet replaced the keyboard, but I'm close to it. If they would fix the software so that it Just Worked, this keyboard would be a 5 star instead of 1 star review. When it's working, it's a joy to use. But the hangs are just completely unacceptable. Note that I have other keyboards (membrane keys) which I like less, but which don't suffer these problems at all.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome keyboard/build, but software and firmware issues make it unusable;;Kindle Customer;;;Per some Amazon reviewer's recommendation here at Amazon I paired the keyboard with dampening rings [ASIN:B00AZQ2OF8] and a short wristpad (I have one similar to [ASIN:B06ZYYKGY2]). It now has great travel, not as harsh of a landing, office-friendly sound. The wrist pad is a must as the keyboard is quite thick. Great form-factor, love the color scheme, works great with Arch Linux.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love the feel, visual design;;DIDENKO;;;Pros - Nice build quality (casing is plastic, but for $100 it still feels pretty solid) - Decent out-of-box keycaps. - Satisfying clack to most keys. - USB C! And the ability to rout the cable straight out or to either side! This is seriously so important, I don't want to buy a keyboard without USB C in 2019. Cons - The left shift key just doesn't feel very satisfying to press. Considering that many, many games use this key, it's something that I pretty much always notice. A lot of mechanical keyboards seem to have this problem and it's likely because of stabilizers, even though the stabilizers on this keyboard come pre-lubed and lack much play or rattle, the actuation of the left shift just doesn't feel as clacky and satisfying when you bottom out the switch. I've returned keyboards in the past over a very poor feeling LShift, though this keyboard's LShift isn't that bad. I can live with it. I just wish it felt better. - That's honestly about it. The default cables it comes with are very thick and a bit stiff but that isn't necessarily a con. It's a nice keyboard and I'm glad I bought it. I wish is that there was a CNC aluminum version (which would basically make this keyboard like an RGB-less CTRL clone) because that would be awesome. I also wish LShift felt just a little bit better, but it's definitely usable. Update: It's worth noting that with time and a bit of use, the LShift key has improved in feel a bit. Still not as good as can be had on some other keyboards, but very usable to the point it's a fairly minor complaint. This is one thing I think mech keyboard manufacturers as a whole could improve on though, stabilizer feel is a tricky thing but so essential.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good value and feel, though I wish the Left Shift key felt just a tiny bit better.;;Wolffe

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By John P - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2018
Currently the best under 100$ keyboard available
Durgod is currently the best under 100$ keyboard available in the market. It stands on par with Filco and Leopold in terms of build quality and performance. When compared to Coolermaster's MasterKeys, it suffers from absolutely no key rattle (the spring tang noise you hear especially when you hit the enter, backspace or spacebar keys). It is also a slight bit less noisy than my Cherry MX Brown Switch Coolermaster TKL keyboard. Hence, methinks, the extra $20 dollars you pay is well worth it. The two detachable cables (not braided) supplied is USB type C, which is an added bonus. Those were the pros and now for the cons... * The led lights for the capslock key is faint and not in-your-face bright unlike Coolermaster's. Is this even a con, I wonder? * I have noticed some versions of this keyboard reviewed on youtube come with extra blue Durgod engraved keycaps supplied in other countries. This package came with a keycap puller but no extra keycaps. * Durgod website is lackluster or even nonexistent. Luckily, I have no use of their software.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Burgerman Brown - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
Excellent Entry Level Mechanical Keyboard
I was incredibly skeptical when I bought this keyboard, but it's been a month and I must say, I'm in love. Construction: The keyboard housing is plastic, but dont let that fool you like it did for me. It feels incredibly sturdy and carries a real industrial weight to it. The key caps feel great too and the printing hasn't faded on me yet. The keyboard also has a nook on the bottom that is perfectly fitted for the included cables. Functionality: My chosen keyboard came with Cherry MX Browns. I share a dorm room and cant be waking my roomate, so I they are perfect for my situation. I didn't need any software to get started. All the programmed function keys worked out of box which was a plus as well. Each key press feels like a dream! TL;DR: All in all, I'd say if you want an entry level mechanical keyboard with great quality and thought put into it, this is a great bet.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2020
Awesome keyboard/build, but software and firmware issues make it unusable
I love the feel of the keyboard, and build quality is awesome. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of loading the software from Durgod in an attempt to remap CapsLock. That was a big mistake -- the keyboard was completely useless after that, their custom driver was complete garbage. I did manage to remove that driver and rebind it to the stock microsoft driver (in Windows 10), and that made things much better, but still... not good. In particular, the keyboard frequently locks up such that all keys no longer work. (Easily verified by pressing ScrLk and noticing that the lights no longer work.) Removing the USB cable (from either end, it doesn't matter which, so it's not a bad connection in the cable) and reinserting resolves... for a while. The software I installed included a "firmware upgrade", which I think is largely responsible for the problems. It's incredibly disruptive to be typing along and suddenly have the keyboard stop responding. This can happen at any time, and does not appear to be linked to sleep/wake on the laptop or anything like that. It's infrequent enough that I haven't yet replaced the keyboard, but I'm close to it. If they would fix the software so that it Just Worked, this keyboard would be a 5 star instead of 1 star review. When it's working, it's a joy to use. But the hangs are just completely unacceptable. Note that I have other keyboards (membrane keys) which I like less, but which don't suffer these problems at all.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DIDENKO - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2018
Love the feel, visual design
Per some Amazon reviewer's recommendation here at Amazon I paired the keyboard with dampening rings [ASIN:B00AZQ2OF8] and a short wristpad (I have one similar to [ASIN:B06ZYYKGY2]). It now has great travel, not as harsh of a landing, office-friendly sound. The wrist pad is a must as the keyboard is quite thick. Great form-factor, love the color scheme, works great with Arch Linux.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Wolffe - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019
Good value and feel, though I wish the Left Shift key felt just a tiny bit better.
Pros - Nice build quality (casing is plastic, but for $100 it still feels pretty solid) - Decent out-of-box keycaps. - Satisfying clack to most keys. - USB C! And the ability to rout the cable straight out or to either side! This is seriously so important, I don't want to buy a keyboard without USB C in 2019. Cons - The left shift key just doesn't feel very satisfying to press. Considering that many, many games use this key, it's something that I pretty much always notice. A lot of mechanical keyboards seem to have this problem and it's likely because of stabilizers, even though the stabilizers on this keyboard come pre-lubed and lack much play or rattle, the actuation of the left shift just doesn't feel as clacky and satisfying when you bottom out the switch. I've returned keyboards in the past over a very poor feeling LShift, though this keyboard's LShift isn't that bad. I can live with it. I just wish it felt better. - That's honestly about it. The default cables it comes with are very thick and a bit stiff but that isn't necessarily a con. It's a nice keyboard and I'm glad I bought it. I wish is that there was a CNC aluminum version (which would basically make this keyboard like an RGB-less CTRL clone) because that would be awesome. I also wish LShift felt just a little bit better, but it's definitely usable. Update: It's worth noting that with time and a bit of use, the LShift key has improved in feel a bit. Still not as good as can be had on some other keyboards, but very usable to the point it's a fairly minor complaint. This is one thing I think mech keyboard manufacturers as a whole could improve on though, stabilizer feel is a tricky thing but so essential.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By John P - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2018
Currently the best under 100$ keyboard available
Durgod is currently the best under 100$ keyboard available in the market. It stands on par with Filco and Leopold in terms of build quality and performance. When compared to Coolermaster's MasterKeys, it suffers from absolutely no key rattle (the spring tang noise you hear especially when you hit the enter, backspace or spacebar keys). It is also a slight bit less noisy than my Cherry MX Brown Switch Coolermaster TKL keyboard. Hence, methinks, the extra $20 dollars you pay is well worth it. The two detachable cables (not braided) supplied is USB type C, which is an added bonus. Those were the pros and now for the cons... * The led lights for the capslock key is faint and not in-your-face bright unlike Coolermaster's. Is this even a con, I wonder? * I have noticed some versions of this keyboard reviewed on youtube come with extra blue Durgod engraved keycaps supplied in other countries. This package came with a keycap puller but no extra keycaps. * Durgod website is lackluster or even nonexistent. Luckily, I have no use of their software.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Burgerman Brown - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
Excellent Entry Level Mechanical Keyboard
I was incredibly skeptical when I bought this keyboard, but it's been a month and I must say, I'm in love. Construction: The keyboard housing is plastic, but dont let that fool you like it did for me. It feels incredibly sturdy and carries a real industrial weight to it. The key caps feel great too and the printing hasn't faded on me yet. The keyboard also has a nook on the bottom that is perfectly fitted for the included cables. Functionality: My chosen keyboard came with Cherry MX Browns. I share a dorm room and cant be waking my roomate, so I they are perfect for my situation. I didn't need any software to get started. All the programmed function keys worked out of box which was a plus as well. Each key press feels like a dream! TL;DR: All in all, I'd say if you want an entry level mechanical keyboard with great quality and thought put into it, this is a great bet.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2020
Awesome keyboard/build, but software and firmware issues make it unusable
I love the feel of the keyboard, and build quality is awesome. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of loading the software from Durgod in an attempt to remap CapsLock. That was a big mistake -- the keyboard was completely useless after that, their custom driver was complete garbage. I did manage to remove that driver and rebind it to the stock microsoft driver (in Windows 10), and that made things much better, but still... not good. In particular, the keyboard frequently locks up such that all keys no longer work. (Easily verified by pressing ScrLk and noticing that the lights no longer work.) Removing the USB cable (from either end, it doesn't matter which, so it's not a bad connection in the cable) and reinserting resolves... for a while. The software I installed included a "firmware upgrade", which I think is largely responsible for the problems. It's incredibly disruptive to be typing along and suddenly have the keyboard stop responding. This can happen at any time, and does not appear to be linked to sleep/wake on the laptop or anything like that. It's infrequent enough that I haven't yet replaced the keyboard, but I'm close to it. If they would fix the software so that it Just Worked, this keyboard would be a 5 star instead of 1 star review. When it's working, it's a joy to use. But the hangs are just completely unacceptable. Note that I have other keyboards (membrane keys) which I like less, but which don't suffer these problems at all.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DIDENKO - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2018
Love the feel, visual design
Per some Amazon reviewer's recommendation here at Amazon I paired the keyboard with dampening rings [ASIN:B00AZQ2OF8] and a short wristpad (I have one similar to [ASIN:B06ZYYKGY2]). It now has great travel, not as harsh of a landing, office-friendly sound. The wrist pad is a must as the keyboard is quite thick. Great form-factor, love the color scheme, works great with Arch Linux.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Wolffe - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019
Good value and feel, though I wish the Left Shift key felt just a tiny bit better.
Pros - Nice build quality (casing is plastic, but for $100 it still feels pretty solid) - Decent out-of-box keycaps. - Satisfying clack to most keys. - USB C! And the ability to rout the cable straight out or to either side! This is seriously so important, I don't want to buy a keyboard without USB C in 2019. Cons - The left shift key just doesn't feel very satisfying to press. Considering that many, many games use this key, it's something that I pretty much always notice. A lot of mechanical keyboards seem to have this problem and it's likely because of stabilizers, even though the stabilizers on this keyboard come pre-lubed and lack much play or rattle, the actuation of the left shift just doesn't feel as clacky and satisfying when you bottom out the switch. I've returned keyboards in the past over a very poor feeling LShift, though this keyboard's LShift isn't that bad. I can live with it. I just wish it felt better. - That's honestly about it. The default cables it comes with are very thick and a bit stiff but that isn't necessarily a con. It's a nice keyboard and I'm glad I bought it. I wish is that there was a CNC aluminum version (which would basically make this keyboard like an RGB-less CTRL clone) because that would be awesome. I also wish LShift felt just a little bit better, but it's definitely usable. Update: It's worth noting that with time and a bit of use, the LShift key has improved in feel a bit. Still not as good as can be had on some other keyboards, but very usable to the point it's a fairly minor complaint. This is one thing I think mech keyboard manufacturers as a whole could improve on though, stabilizer feel is a tricky thing but so essential.