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||Black 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|
After owning this exact keyboard for 8 months I'm experiencing a frustrating amount of problems. The frequently used keys, like "w" and "e", which are commonly used in video games, are fading. The dark text is now light purple. I never had this issue with ABS keys until a years down the road. I don't know if PBT keycaps are all like this but I won't ever order PBT again, especially from Ducky.
Also, about a week or so ago, I can't capitalize my "j" key. Even as I type this the only way to capitalize the "j" is by using capslock. Shift j won't work.
The last issue, is that the keyboard will randomly input the "v" key. This is extremely frustrating and makes the keyboard no longer usable.
In my opinion, the Ducky brand was a huge disappointment given that the mechanical keyboard community highly recommends them.
Very pleased with this product. Great quality, smooth keystrokes, and no mishaps. Even showed up a day early 5/5
Fantastic keyboard! Has some of the best stock keycaps around. Well built and well priced. I have nothing negative to say really.