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XDA Retro Colorway Set for 84-Key Keyboards

XDA Retro Colorway Set for 84-Key Keyboards

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RIP Nordic ISO typers.
Are there enough keys to fit an 60 percent in regular ANSI layout?
Will this fit the Drevo Gramr?
skawe
Yes.
meatloaf
Thank you good sir
Is anyone else's OCD getting triggered by the Ctrl key on the main image?
tonsoffun49
Hahahaha! Or maybe that board has one locking switch... 🤔
Are the F and J keycaps regular or homing-dished?
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I thought so too, but it’s so subtle it could just be due to my suspicion. Also, drop pictures aren’t always 100% representative of the actual product. It’d be best if Massdrop gave an official answer.
dvorcol
agreed. I was weirded out by the two delete keys, for example. Greater clarification of all the keys, sizing, etc. would be ideal.
How big is the spacebar?
psiclone
Top row: 16x1u(nits)=16u overall Bottom row: 3.75u (on the left, 3x1.25u)+spacebar+6u (on the right, 6x1u)=16u Spacebar=6.25u
psiclone
There is also a spacebar in the extras picture. It appears to be 7U, as @Poblopuablo said in his comment below.
Is it fully programmable?
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dustinwind
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Thanks. I didn't read it carefully.
How does this kit compare in quality to the XDA offering KBDFans has? https://kbdfans.cn/collections/xda-profile/products/coming-soon-xda-dye-sub-keycaps
Huh, interesting seeing a 84 key set come out. I think I might get this.
Gigantoad
Ah damn, the space bar won't actually fit a Plum 84 eh.
Gigantoad
:(
Anyone know what keyboard are they using to model the keycaps? Its cute! Has the exact same layout as my PoS "Excaibur", which I cant seem to give quit. But also cant deal with anymore...
enero
Not sure but the little notch on the side looks like keycool 84. If you're in the market for one, check AliExpress and ask seller about adding backlight if you want. Other than that, I love my kbd75 from kbdfans.. but that definitely isn't the board in the picture.
homebrewdr
Sweet thanks for the info! Looked it up and it def looks like the keycool 84 :) I'm gonna have to put a pin in this in case the Kira doesnt work out for me.
In. xda profile, pbt dye sub, decent thickness for $40. They'll be perfect for my kbd75 pcb + xd84 case build.
Jino74
XDA isn't what i'd call decent thickness. Personal preference I guess.
steveowashere
True. My MiTo Canvas is pretty thin compared to my other thick pbt sets, but it's good enough and the profile is great. For $40, this is a far better deal than a designer set, especially sinceI intend to install it on a board I will use at work.
PBT or ABS?
Tenzo
I'm sure it's pbt. There aren't many dye-sub abs sets out there.
Clearly would also work for a 65%
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You're 100% right. I own a Tada68 and I automatically assume that's the standard 65% layout, knowing that's wrong.
TTheuns
I'd say it was among the 1st standardized, since then that new alt/whitefox layout has become quite popular.
"Designed for 84-key keyboards" So there is no 1.25u and 1.5u keycaps for the "right side" of 60%? And are those PBT or abs?
Syrinxos
There are 1.5u control and alt keys (2 of each) and a 7u spacebar shows in the picture of extra keys.