SKYLOONG GK21S Numpad 2 Mode DIY Kit
21 Keys Hotswap Numpad Kit
GK21S custom kit is equipped with hot-swappable terminals, with which you could install the switches directly without soldering. It’s compatible with Cherry MX switches, Kailh switches and Gateron switches, and any 3 pins or 5 pins switch.
Bluetooth 5.1 Wireless and Wired Dual Mode
This kit is a Bluetooth module equipped with a large 750mAh capacity battery, certificated by UL. This kit adopts Broadcom Bluetooth chip. You can long press Fn+7/8/9 to connect Bluetooth with your device. With the latest Bluetooth 5.1 technology, you can enjoy fast response, low latency, lossless transmission. Make your numpad limitless to anywhere anytime.
16.8 Million Types RGB Backlight
Features RGB lighting with 16.8 million LED colors, rhythm, and sound lighting combinations, with additional key programming and macro-creation for three definable layers. Simply connect the keyboard using the USB cable to access effects and software updates. Our database is constantly updating with different lighting effects.
3 Fn Macros Customization
Custom is not just a word. We make it true. Here you have more than 6 driver settings. Simply download the driver and you will be able to program the backlight and macro settings, FN1/FN2/FN3 three layers program modes are available for any needs. Built-in flash memory can save the setting at offline mode, never be afraid of losing it.
Download the SKYLOONG Driver v18.104.22.168 - Win
Download the SKYLOONG Driver v22.214.171.124 - Mac
Type: Numpad Kit
Keys Number: 21
Connectivity: USB-C, Bluetooth 5.1
Switch Sockets: Hot-swappable Support 3pin/5pin Switch
Anti-ghosting: Full Key Anti-ghosting
Dampening: Sound-absorbing Foam, Silicone Pad
System Support: Windows/macOS/ios/Android
Case: ABS Plastic Case / CNC Aluminum Case
|Weight & Size||
ABS Plastic Weight: 0.25kg
Aluminum Case Weight: 0.4kg
1 x Keyboard Kit
1 x Keycap Puller
1 x USB-C Cable
1 x User Manual
I wish it wasn’t Bluetooth - it is sleeping half the time and then doesn’t register the first couple of buttons I push. Additionally the rgb automatically turns on when I plug it in to charge which is pretty annoying as my desk is in my bedroom and I am trying to sleep. Otherwise it’s a totally fine num pad!