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TKL 87teclas ANSI layout modular (hot-swappable) teclado barebone construído para entusiastas, jogadores e profissionais. Você pode definir sua aparência, cliques e sons com seus interruptores mecânicos e teclas DIY favoritos (não incluídos).
Compatível com interruptor mecânico
O teclado suporta 3 pinos e 5 pinos Interruptores mecânicos hot swap de pinos, como Outemu, Kaih, TTC, Huano e Gateron. Você pode usar interruptores táteis, lineares ou clicáveis sem solda. Construa facilmente seu teclado mecânico.
Construído com uma placa de aço e espuma de amortecimento para estabilidade
A espuma de amortecimento pode absorver o som produzido pela digitação e reduzir o som oco do gabinete inferior.
Retroiluminação LED RGB
A retroiluminação LED PCB inclui 16,8 milhões de cores, 4 configurações de velocidade e brilho ajustáveis. Rolagem completa de n teclas, teclas sem conflito e anti-ghosting para melhorar sua experiência de jogo.
Baixou o Software ACGAM MMD87 - Win
Tipo: Kit DIY
Cor: Amarelo, Preto, Branco
Conectividade: com fio/2.4G/Bluetooth
Luz de fundo: RGB
Layout: 80%, 87 teclas (TKL)
Compatível com Switch: Cherry MX de 3/5 pinos, Gateron, Kailh Dial
Switch Socket: Hot-swappable
|Peso e tamanho||
Peso do produto: 0,76kg
Peso da Embalagem: 0,931kg
Tamanho do produto (C x L x A): 36,2*13,8*4cm
Tamanho da embalagem (C x L x A): 40*18,7*5,2 cm
|Conteúdo da embalagem||
1 x Kit de Teclado (Inclui PCB, Placa de Montagem, Estojo de Plástico, Estabilizadores)
1 cabo tipo C
1 x extrator de teclas
1 x extrator de chave
1 x Manual do Usuário
*Reviewed using Akko White Wines and OTC ModoLight keycaps
The photos show north-facing LEDs, but I was pleasantly surprised–these have south-facing LEDs! That’s an awesome benefit. The RGB is alright, nothing too special. There’s a lot of cool modes if you’re into the more flashy RGB, but I would have preferred a warm-white static light option.
One other lighting thing–not a huge fan of the LED indicators for Caps, Num, or Scroll lock. It’s red, and very bright, so the light bleeds a bit through the case. This is super nitpicky, but just personal preference.
As for the wireless capabilities–I haven’t had any issues with using the wireless receiver, but I also haven’t tested the BT functionality. Switching from wired to wireless is easy – FN+5 for wired and FN+4 for wireless.
If you preferred to use your keeb wired, it has a nice slot in the bottom to route your cable either to the left, right, or center, which is nice.
However, the way the port is placed means every time you want to connect/disconnect your cable, you have to lift the keyboard up. Also, if you prefer wireless, the switch to turn the keyboard on is on the bottom of the case, so you’ll also have to lift the keyboard up for that. A bit annoying.
I didn’t bother testing latency on wireless, but playing games while wired, there wasn’t any noticeable latency. I played both Valorant and CS:GO and had no issues.
Honestly, for $60, it’s alright in terms of quality. You’re not getting an aluminum case or anything fancy like that, but you get a keeb that will work, and has some nice bonuses.
As for modding… Opening the case is a bit difficult: you need to use a pry tool or a switch puller to carefully pull the top part of the case out and up to remove it. And it feels like you might break it before it will open.
The sound is alright. I prefer a deeper sounding keeb than what this board offers stock. It’s not terrible, but it’s not amazing either. Their pre-lubed stabilizers were a bit mushy/sticky at first, but there’s surprisingly minimal rattle, so that’s good.
Overall, this board is a good value for the price. If for some reason, you want a TKL over a 65/75% keeb and need wireless, this would do the job.
- Wireless is nice and convenient, if you need it
- Some weird design quirks, definitely feels like a "budget" board
- A bit difficult to mod
This is my first custom keyboard build the case seems quite good quality some of the switches were hard to get in on the right half of the board since the foam was pushed out for some reason? After putting it together though it works great and I'm happy with my first build I'd say it's not bad for it's price mainly picked it up since I needed a yellow case though.
Yellow cover is not stable mechanically connected, and a German layout would be nice
I really like this kit. And it honestly surprised me how good the build quality is. And on top of that the shipping went very smoothly.
I've received the package, glad you put foam around the keyboard case for safety! The keyboard was delivered in good condition. There is nothing to improve on the packaging.
This custom keyboard is also great, works great, and when I installed the switches and keycaps, she's so pretty, I love it! best seller, recommended