Dye Sublimation produces much nicer keys than either of the other two printing methods. A dye is set into the plastic, and seeps a tiny bit into it. So even as the plastic starts to wear off from use, the letter remains as good as new.
Details and Specifications
|Switch||Brown Cherry MX|
|Keycap Print Method||Dye Sub|
|Keycap Print Position||Top|
|USB Key Rollover||Full|
|Switch Mount Type||Plate|
|Built in Audio Port||No|
|Built in Mic Port||No|
|Dimensions||17.20" x 5.50" x 1.25"|
I just got this keyboard and am surprised at how much I like it. It is off very solid build quality and the colors look great. It came with the following items:
* Keyboard itself
* 4 Keys for W, A, S, and D in orange. Can't tell if they are PBT
* The wire key remover similar to the one sold on this site.
* USB cable to connect to the PC
* Small manual to cover how to use DIP switch on back
Also, I want to note that unlike the description says, the special key LEDs are blue, not purple which was a pleasant surprise for me. Also, on the cut out part for the special keys, there were some plastic burs which were a little rough, but not enough to effect my opinion of it.
5 out of 5 for now, however only time will tell if it stays that way.