Vortex's newest 75% keyboard, the 83-key Race 3! Do you need dedicated arrow keys that your 60% doesn't provide, but don't want the size of a TKL? A 75% may be just for you! Most of the keys are in the "normal" spot, so there's nearly no learning curve for this keyboard.
The Race 3 features a silver anodized CNC case and cone feet. It also has DSA keycaps with dye-sub legends in a vintage grey colorway with 19 extra RGBY and MAC keycaps.
3 programmable layers on top of the default layer. Assembled in Taiwan.
Key switch damage resulting from the removal of keycaps is not covered under warranty.
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||12.21" x 4.73" x 1.18"|
|Cord Length||60 inches|
This keyboard is top notch. I got a vortex Pok3r recently and loved it. I loved the size which was much better then my full size Ducky. The only thing missing was the arrow keys. Then I seen the Race 3 and knew this would be the perfect keyboard. I wasn't mistaken at all. This keyboard is top notch in every way! The only complaints I could find about it where the fact that the key caps wouldn't be easily replaced. I gotta say I like the included key caps a good deal. The vintage flare of the gray is a nice touch. I like the legends and profile of the caps. I really think stock caps on this keyboard are more then fine specially being PBT. Then the included RGB caps for certain keys are just icing on the cake. Overall I am exceptionally pleased with this keyboard.
Such a tight little 75 percenter. The larger escape key is a little weird, but it's so pretty out of the box with the extra RGBY keys that I don't want to put custom caps on it anyway.
Just premium in every way!