Ducky MIYA Pro Enchanting Purple RGB LED 65% Double Shot ABS Mechanical Keyboard

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SKU: MY68N_1TWD1SV
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Ducky MIYA Pro Enchanting Purple Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
MY68NT1T/WD1SV
$129.00
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
MY68NQ1T/WD1SV
$129.00
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
MY68NI1T/WD1SV
$129.00
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
MY68NY1T/WD1SV
$134.00
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
MY68NV1T/WD1SV
$139.00

Keycaps

Backlighting

  • RGB LED Primary LEDs: RGB (SMD)
  • RGB LED Control LEDs: RGB

Details and Specifications

BrandDucky
ModelMIYA Pro
Size65%
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutUS QWERTY
Logical LayoutANSI
Frame ColorPurple
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions4.13" x 13.27" x 2.09"
Weight2.29 lbs
Cord Length60 inches

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  • Got this baby as my first mechanical keyboard for my new PC and holy moly I love it. The weight, the build quality, the switches, the rgb, the looks top notch.
    end result: I LOVE IT GIMME MORE PLZ

  • I've only owned this board for about a week, and so far I am absolutely loving it :) the rgb is super nice, and the keycaps feel really solid for abs. I really dig how the layout is standard, so it means you shouldn't run into any compatibility issues when it comes to replacing the keycaps!! arrow keys are top tier and I definitely recommend this board to anyone who wants to test the waters with a smaller keyboard. I would say that my only complaint is that my board has a little bit of wobble when placed onto a flat surface, but since it sits on a mousepad it's not noticeable. If RGB is your thing, go with this or the other two RGB variants! this keyboard line is super dope and well worth it.

  • Looks good and feels great

  • Keyboard as expected. One nice thing though. The box was shrink wrapped. I thought that was a nice touch. As for the color options and all that, very easy to use. Much more so than my older Ducky Shines (though more simple too). Also like that the USB cord had nice plastic coverings on both ends and the keyboard had double plastic on it.

    One thing that is questionable is the manual mentions some firmware. Varmilo website only seems to offer some rar file labeled as 'software' on their driver page. Not sure where any firmware update is (if there is any) or if I trust downloading their software as the manual and website don't seem in sync in terms of these offerings. Currently no need for these so a non-issue for me but manual does indicate is necessary if want to swap key functions.

    Agree with previous post. The PgUp/PgDn keys, one is always lit to indicate whether the number keys are being used as numbers or Fs. It's sort of jarring at first but then you just accept it (lol). Really comes down to a poor design choice (Nothing lit should indicate numbers as default, for instance). My question is: Is this true on all these Miya Pro 65% boards?

  • This keyboard is so good it's ridiculous. I bought a Ducky Shine 7 at the same time with the same switches (mx brown) and the difference is night and day. First off I can't believe these keycaps are ABS. I know there's different quality of ABS out there, but these are thick with a little texture and have a very satisfying thunk to them. This also just feels smoother and more damp than the ducky. I have a One 2 mini Frozen Llama and I like the keycaps on the Miya better than both Ducky boards. They are very noticeably Tai-Hao. I had already pre-ordered the Tai-Hao Rainbow Sherbet PBT keycaps from Massdrop to replace them. Now I'm not sure I will. I don't know what each vendor uses, but I also seem to like the stabilizers better too. The stabilizers on the Shine 7 are pretty noisy and a little firm for my tastes. This was also supposed to be a gift for someone. Right now I'm trying to decide between keeping it for myself or ordering another in the Niagara blue color for myself. I know this is listed as a Ducky board on MK, but from everything I've seen I don't know what Ducky contributed other than the name. Everything I see says Varmilo and to be honest that's just fine. I thank Ducky for lending their name so that I found these. I will probably be buying Varmilo from now on. The one thing I will bring up that I don't necessarily like is the lighting on the PgUp and PgDn keys. It shows in one of the pictures, but is not obvious. The number keys can be set to act as F keys and the PgDn lights up red and when the feature is off the PgUp lights up red. So far I have not figured out how to turn this off, but after using it a bit I have gotten used to it and if that's the only downside to this I can live with it.

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