The Ducky One is designed with a narrower bezel compared to the previous Ducky keyboards, the thinnest bezel that we ever made. We tried to reduce the overall size without affecting the overall design of the keyboard. The keyboard looks much better with a modern, simple and minimalistic design.
The Ducky One with new designed that provided two-stage feet and it is different from the traditional monolithic feet. Users are able to change the angle for keyboard with the choice of three (feet folded, small feet and big feet).
Unlike the original Ducky mini-USB cable, Ducky One provides a cable that is more commonly used; the Micro USB data cable. Cable and keyboard can be separated.
The PBT dye-sub keycaps are made with durable PBT plastic. The legend is printed with a dye-sublimation process that dyes the color of the plastic which will never wear out.
Under USB, the Ducky One can handle any number of simultaneous key presses. You can use the keyboard confidently in any situations knowing that there will never be ghosting or key blocking issue.
The Ducky One uses the fastest rate available under the USB interface, and updates the keyboard's status to the computer every 1 millisecond. This minimize the delay from when the keys are pressed and signal received by your computer.
Ducky brings adjustable repeat rate and repeat delay to USB keyboards. You can fine tune the repeat rate and repeat delay for gaming or your specific applications.
Note: USB Repeat Acceleration may work differently in different applications. Please use a suitable setting accordingly.
Details and Specifications
|Physical Layout||US QWERTY|
|Switch||Blue 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||17.25" x 5.25" x 2.00"|
|Cord Length||60 inches|
I am not sure why the above reviews are less than 3 stars (maybe they are pickier than me). Anyway, I am not a games, but type all day and this keyboard is the most awesome keyboard of all time to me. I have the blue cherry switches. Also, I dropped the keyboard down 18 wooden stairs and it hit everyone of them and works perfectly fine. Excellent build quality!!
I've had the keyboard for almost a month now and haven't had any big issues. The only issue I'd note is that the keys that are supposed to be grey are more of a greish-brown tent. It still looks decent with my setup, but isn't the same as advertised.
I have the same experience as Alex Taylor. Overall build quality is very good except for the lettering on the Keycaps which is also fading on my Keyboard. I'm using it for 6 months without heavy use and the WASD is cleary fading aswell on my keyboard. This is unexceptable for Dye sub PBT keycaps. I would not by this keyboard again as the quality of the keycaps is very poor
After extensive research and no prior knowledge on mechanical keyboards I decided to purchase this ducky keyboard. I expected this keyboard to last a fair amount of time considering the fact that it has cherry switches and PBT Keycaps. While I am satisfied with the quality of the switches so far, I wish I could say the same about the keycaps themselves. I was under the impression that PBT lettered keycaps were one of better ways to manufacture keys, Maybe I was wrong? Maybe the keyboard I received did not have legitimate PBT lettered keys? Ive had the keyboard for a little over a month now and the WASD keys are already starting to fade. Would not recommend purchasing a ducky keyboard.