The Leopold FC660C Mini keyboard offers Topre's Capacitive switches. This extra compact layout allows most functions of a full size keyboard by using the embedded function layer. LEDs are under the caps lock and insert keys for convenience. Steel plate construction and 45g switches make for a pleasant typing experience.
Dip Switch Functions :
Dip 1 / SW1 - Ctrl (left) and Caps Lock swap
Dip 2 / SW2 - Windows and Alt (left) swap
Dip 3 / SW3 - Windows and Fn swap
Dip 4 / SW4 - Windows Key Enable / Disable
Details and Specifications
|Physical Layout||US QWERTY|
|Keycap Print Method||Dye Sub|
|Keycap Print Position||Top|
|USB Key Rollover||6|
|Switch Mount Type||Plate|
|Built in Audio Port||No|
|Built in Mic Port||No|
|Dimensions||12.90" x 4.37" x 1.50|
|Warranty||1 year limited warranty|
|Cord Length||72 inches|
Really great keyboard. Before I bought, I had doubts about the relation quality/price. but now i must say it is the best keyboard I ever used. Also great costumer service for mechanical keyboards.
Beautiful keyboard -- moreso than the pictures suggest. Build-quality and keycaps are both superb.
My non-complaints are that the Backspace key isn't in the same place as on the HHKB (but hey, different board different rules), and I wish I could have bought this in a 55g configuration. I've got a HHKB Pro 2 that I've dome-swapped, and will probably do the same for the Leo, but I would to not need to buy another Realforce 87u. I might be an enthusiast, but I ain't made of money.
-Excellent build quality
-Nice size, still has arrow keys
-Topre switches are very nice to type on and quiet too
-The white and grey colors are cool
-Dye sub printing looks great
-PBT keycaps look, sound, and feel very good
The insert and delete keys look a little weird floating off on their own though.