FL·ESPORTS CMK98 96% Mechanical Keyboard
Hot Swappable Mechanical Keyboard
The features hot-swappable switch sockets, Simply plug in the desired switch, Compatible With Cheery MX, Kailh, Gateron switches, and other 3-pin/5-pin switches.
The keyboard features RGB backlight with Various different lighting effects and adjustable brightness and breathing speed. The changeable RGB backlight makes it look cool and brings you more fun in playing games.
ISSP Pad Sound Absorption Cotton
With the ISSP Pad sound absorption cotton in the bottom Case, and between the plate and the PCB board With ISSP sandwich Pad so the keyboard sounds and feels soft.
The gaming keyboard is compatible with Windows XP/Vista/10/8/7, macOS, Linux and Android, working well with all major computer brands and gaming PCs.
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Type: Mechanical Keyboard
Layout: 96% (98-key)
Sockets: Hot-swappable Switch Sockets
Anti-ghosting: Full Keys
Backlight: Full RGB LEDs
Stabilizers: Pre-lubed, Plate-mounted Stabilizers
Programmable: Programmable with Software Driver
Connectivity: Wired (USB-C) / 3-Mode (USB-C, 2.4G Wireless, Bluetooth)
Product Weight: 1.1kg
Product Size(L x W x H): 39.5*15.6*4.2cm
Kailh BOX V2 Red Linear Switch
Kailh BOX V2 White Clicky Switch
Kailh Jellyfish Smooth Linear Switch
MX ice Mint Switch
1 x Mechanical Keyboard
1 x User Manual
1 x Type-C Cable
1 x 2.4G dongle (Only for 3-Mode)
I'm generally not a fan of large keyboards with num pads, but this keyboard is an exception. It's a wee bit smaller than your traditional full size keyboard. The right shift is made smaller, and the arrow keys are tucked under it. And it has just enough for all your needs.
This keyboard sounds pretty good for a pre-build. It's very solid so there's not too much echo and doesn't sound hollow. The clackiness of the Kaihl white switches not super loud and quieter than blue switch keyboards I've used before, but might not be great if you have other people around.
The keycaps are very nice. The lettering on them are crisp, and the black/white/powder pink scheme is great. It gives it a little flair but still looks elegant. They aren't shiny and have a matte finish. They are thick so the LEDs don't shine through the key caps.
Its both great on its own and a great starting keyboard if you want to get into modding/building.
Fantastic sound and feel when typing and smooth keys. Stabilizers are surprisingly good with no ticking.
I really like this keyboard, the weight is just right for me, and the bottom pad can be fixed on the desktop very well without sliding easily, the switch is good to use, and it sounds very comfortable. The keycaps are PBT and they're comfy af. If you haven't used PBT caps before, do yourself a service and get you some. It's a night and day difference between these and ABS caps that just end up getting slick feeling like regular rubber dome keyboards that have been used far too long.
This keyboard went beyond my expectations and it was very lovely, you can change the keyboard lights (ex. how fast the lights change or patterns). It came with a plastic cover, BUT I adore the sound, its not too loud but its that satisfying clicking if you want something that makes a not too loud or not to quiet sound its perfect. Another thing id keep in mind is the lights dont change into a solid color its just a rainbow.