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I got this keyboard a year ago and I've been using it at work. It's a fine keyboard.
This board is cheap, and not in the good way.

If you need this aesthetic, then go for it, but don't expect a high-end product. Otherwise just ask around for recommendations on r/mk or somewhere. There are plenty of better boards than this.
Hi. The keyboard does not have the letter ñ. It can be configured so that by touching only one key the ñ? Thank you.
I've been using this keyboard for a year and have found it to be very good. However when I first started using it, there was quite a learning curve as the the keys do not have a bevel on the edge so all the keys are very close together and the the faces are flat, which makes it easy to press the wrong key or multiple keys until you get used to it.
This is my first time. The price has dropped once, and it's a reasonable deal, but nothing special. Is it going to go cheaper than that, if more people join the drop?
johnwillyums
The final drop price has been unlocked at $79.99.
Is this recommended for use with an iPad Pro 9.7 or is there a mechanical keyboard that would be a better choice?
hatman
These are not Bluetooth capable.
B.Hutch
Technically the Lightning to USB (female) adapter should still work with it though ;)
Nice keyboard, however, B&H has it offered for 89.99 with free shipping and no sales tax outside of NY/NJ. I am not seeing a very great deal here.
Very unhappy with this purchase. I though it was the one with backlit keys. Somewhere in the description it should have mentioned that this was not the LED backlit one. I thought Azio only had one retro model.
Rob49152
most keebs state if they have LEDs and if you don't see it then it doesn't
I'd like to pay additional fee...
Could you offer me Chinese version :..(
Has anyone tried replacing these caps with normal ones? That white/gold is super neat but I'm not keen on the typewriter caps
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There are plenty of keyboards that have recessed switches without having floating caps, a design like that should work fine here I think.
I see what you mean but, like BlueCrowned said, they could have made it a bit more compatible with other caps. Some people like the chassis more than the caps.
The key-caps is the main gimmick of this board, and getting a full board solely for its keycaps probably isn't a very smart move considering that you might hate them.
Usually caps are the most customizable aspect of mech boards, but with this board you would be stuck with the same old ones no matter what. It's just not a very nice design in general.
How does this keyboard hold up for gaming?
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Rav91
I've used it, the keys are fine for typing but they are pretty awful for gaming, imo. The way that I use keys had my fingertips slipping off the round keys a lot.
Rav91
Not bad though the typewriter caps aren't as good as normal keycaps for gaming. Larger gaps mean more misses in fast reflex games. You don't realize how often you hit a key off-center until you use this and it results in a wonky key press. Having said that, I still really like the keyboard. The switches are nice for gaming though it's more of a typing board.
I love this thing. My SO bought it for me for my birthday in April. One minor note is that the white printing on the keycaps is wearing on home row + c/v/CTRL already. After 4 months my keyboard looks like a heatmap of all my most-used keys.
likecnsnnts
Eeeewwww, not nice.

Printed legends will fade regardless of use pattern and in the end you will be stuck with a worn looking keyboard, worth less than a cheapo membrane model.

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