ACGAM GK65 Rainbow Backlight Mechanical Keyboard
Triple Mode Connection
Support Bluetooth, 2.4GHz receiver, cable wired
This 65-key mechanical gaming keyboard features hot-swappable switch sockets, gasket mount, and sound absorption foams. Hot-swappable sockets for easy customization including Cheery MX, Kailh, Gateron switches, and other 3-pin/5-pin switches.
With Rainbow lighting effects, the keyboard kit is not only practical but also the perfect desktop decoration.
Equipped with a detachable USB type-c cable and a 2.4GHz receiver.
EVA Foam for Sound Absorption
To maximally avoid hollow sound, adopts layers of EVA foam in total. These are placed respectively at the bottom of the PCB and between the PCB and PC plate. In this way, the typing sound is more solid, and the hollow sound is greatly eliminated.
Type: Mechanical Keyboard
Key Amounts: 65
Case Material: ABS Plastic
Switch Socket: Hot Swappable 3/5pins
Plate Material: Stainless Steel
Connectivity: Type-C Wired, Bluetooth 5.0 & 2.4GHz
Battery Capacity: 3200mAh
Anti-ghosting: NKRO in All Keys
Backlit: SMD Rainbow Backlit
System: Windows7/8/10/11, Mac OS X
Switch: Gold Linear Switch
|Weight & Size||
Product Weight: 0.7kg
Package Weight: 0.8kg
Product Size(L x W x H): 31.3x10.3x4.0cm
1 x Keyboard
1 x Type-C Cable
1 x 2.4GHz Receiver
1 x User Manual
I got the blue version of this keyboard because it was super cheap. It's my first mechanical keyboard and I wanted something affordable so I could practice modding without worrying about ruining something expensive. I haven't had a chance to mod this board yet but straight out of the box I'm loving this keyboard. It has a great typing experience, you dont have to press too hard on the keys and the sound they make is a nice thock compared to a normal keyboard. It'll probably sound even better with lubed switches. I love the fact that it's hot swappable so I can customize the switches to get different sounds.The keycaps don't feel cheap and the color way is super cute for a pastel or minimal desk set up. You can easily change the keycaps to fit your aesthetic as well. The base feels sturdy and a bit heavier than a normal keyboard so it doesn't move around or shift on a desk. It doesn't have retractable legs or anything tho. Also it has three different types of connectivity which is perfect for someone who may not have any USB space for a keyboard + mouse combo (like myself).
Overall this is a great first mechanical keyboard for anyone in the market looking for something, affordable with good sound quality and typing experience. Don't let the price scare you!