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During the early days when mechanical keyboards were starting to get mainstream, we all got ABS keycaps with pad printed legends. Not long after that, the keycaps were etched for backlights to shine through. Fast forward some time and now we arrive at the era of PBT keycaps. There are more and more keyboard brands that are selling boards with PBT keycaps pre-installed, and the latest variant of the Ducky One is one of them. This is the Ducky One TKL with side print PBT keycaps - codenamed DKON1687 too.
Hey – it’s another keyboard from the Ducky One family of mechanical keyboards with genuine Cherry MX switches! Yes, that’s right, but this time it’ll be using an RGB variant of the Cherry MX switch instead.
I’ve always been wondering - what’s the purpose of opting for a much more expensive keyboard when there are other lower-priced ones, yet they’re in the same family of keyboards? The answer is not only because of the aesthetics, but also for comfort. Comfort leads to a more pleasurable typing, and for me who uses the keyboard every minute, it leads to less frustration. This is the Ducky One with PBT Dye-Sub keycaps, also known as the DKON1508 - which is a full-sized Ducky One mechanical keyboard, but this time instead of using ABS doubleshot keycaps, Ducky opted included PBT Dye-Sub keycaps by default. The name is a mouthful, so let’s just call it the DKON1508. In many cases, the DKON1508 will be exactly the same as the Ducky One TKL, which we reviewed here.
Let's be honest - the genuine Cherry MX switches have been around for years, and they're experts when it comes to these mechanical keyboard switches. That said, these switches aren't cheap at all - even when they are a lot of copycats out there. Enter the Ducky One - Ducky's very own low-priced mechanical keyboard with 100% genuine Cherry MX switches. In this particular review is the Ducky One TKL with blue LED backlight, which is known as the DKON1687S.
In the recent weeks and months, I have personally seen more and more mechanical keyboards with PBT keycaps in the market. Cooler Master is one of them who hopped onto the bandwagon quick enough with their brand new MasterKeys S PBT. Let's see what's different with the MasterKeys S PBT compared with other mechanical keyboards from Cooler Master and the rest of the competitors.
Let's talk about mechanical keyboards. Mechanical keyboards are pretty much all the buzz right now, as even laptops have it. The market has pretty much been flooded with mechanical keyboards. So today, we're shining the spotlight onto one keyboard in particular - the HyperX Alloy FPS Pro mechanical keyboard.
While we just reviewed the MasterKeys Pro L RGB not too long ago here, there's another spin-off variant of that magnificent keyboard - the version with white LEDs. Now, I do know for a fact that there are people who don't like RGB lights - like me, for example. That's why the MasterKeys Pro L White LEDs exist. In a lot of ways, this keyboard is different with its RGB brother. Here is the MasterKeys Pro L White LEDs.
Cooler Master. They have been making keyboards for quite some time already. I've heard lots of good things about Cooler Master's keyboards, but I've never owned or tried any of them extensively before. That has changed, and now I'm bringing your my full review of the MasterKeys Pro L RGB mechanical keyboard by Cooler Master.
Mechanical keyboards are really getting into the mainstream these few recent months, and day by day, it's getting more and more crowded. The Armaggeddon MKA-3C Psychfalcon is one of them. It's a budget mechanical keyboard, and here's what we think about it.