Details and Specifications
|Physical Layout||US QWERTY|
|Switch||Silent Red Cherry MX|
|Keycap Print Method||Laser Printed|
|Keycap Print Position||Top|
|USB Key Rollover||Full|
|Switch Mount Type||Plate|
|Built in Audio Port||No|
|Built in Mic Port||No|
|Dimensions||14.10" x 5.30" x 1.30"|
|Cord Length||60 inches|
Well. This is a far better board than I even could have imagined when I purchased it. I was intent on swapping out the switches for some custom Gateron Black switches spring swapped to 62G. Let me just say with these silent switches, I may tinker with spring weighting a bit, but the stem makes these by far my favorite switch. It's so quiet, and the TPE plastic inside makes the keystroke a little softer when you bottom out.
The board itself is well built. I wish the costar stabilizer posts were a little tighter fitting in the Skeletor GMK caps I put on the board, but using the tape method helped take up the extra space to prevent any further issues.
If you buy this board, I highly recommend you check out a Pegasus Hoof controller to make this a fully programmable keyboard. I put this into mine, and it made it so that I can customize the function layer.
Once I get my Aluminum Lambo case from Massdrop sometime in June, I'll be slapping this into that, and I'll have my end game TKL (for now).
This is, in my opinion, the best prebuilt mass market TKL you can get before jumping into custom territory.