Ducky Zero Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky Zero Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red



  • Laser Printed Keycaps
  • ABS double shot in lit Keycap(Green LED)
  • WASD replacement caps & keycap puller included

Details and Specifications

SizeFull Size
Switch StemsMX
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleNo
Linux CompatibleYes
Warranty1 Year

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  • This Keyboard is a tank I have dropped it multiple times and it just bounces no scratches and chugs along worth every penny

  • Epic keyboard. Best investment

  • This is a great keyboard and well worth the price! It feels like it's very well made. I also own a Ducky Shine 3 with brown keys. Both keyboards are excellent, although the Shine 3 feels ever so slightly better quality. The Zero feels rock solid and I would purchase it again. So far I have had no issues and the brown keys strike a good balance between noise in the office and tactile feedback.

  • I'd like to point out that it's working with my Lion (10.7.3) Hackintosh, except for the calculator button.

    My only gripe would be the keycaps with the indicator lights / lack of separate indicator lights. i can't fully customize my keyboard since the 3rd party vendor who should be customizing my keycaps can't manufacture keycaps with windows / cutouts for the indicator lights.

  • I ordered a Ducky 2108 Zero w/ Red switches. I would have much rather purchased a 2087 Zero but nobody seems to know when it will be released.

    1) The Cherry style stabilizers on the Zero are hands down my favorite stabilizers I've ever tried. My badly bowed PBT spacebar is perfectly uniform on this keyboard where as on a Costar board it would be rattle city. They are also much quieter than the Leopold I used to own. The stabilized keys are also MUCH more uniform than previous keyboards with this stabilizer tech. MX Greens were too much for my pinkys on other keyboards but on the Zero they would probably be perfect.

    2) Keyboard has nice texture so it won't pick up finger prints. Similiarly the keycaps have a little texture also. I don't know if the printing will last because I bought PBT's along with the board and swapped them out after 5 minutes of use. That being said there was nothing bad about the ABS out of the box and would have probably kept them on if they were side printed.

    3) Hardwired cable is awesome because our Corporate IT guys won't approve any keyboards that have detachable cables. Also, some keyboards with detachable cables don't have tight enough channels to keep the cables from falling out which can lead to fatigue/failure in the hub over time.

    4) NKRO toggle feature. Very smart! While I think full NKRO is a BS feature (who uses that many keys anyway!?) it should drastically improve compatibility with BIOS by having it turned off by default.

    All the ABS/PBT keycap sets in the store will have additional media markings for the 9008 series which will confuse owners. Maybe Ducky didn't think that people who bought the Zero would buy PBT sets but I did.

    1.) Lower the guts inside the case so the keyboard is lower profile and more comfortable to type on without a wrist rest. It's really not that bad but if you are coming from a scissor switch you might be in for a shock.

    2.) Sell Zero's with side printed ABS keycaps. I would gladly pay an additional $20 if they came stock like this.

    An excellent solid comfortable keyboard. That being said, I'll be setting it aside in the "back up" pile once the Ducky 2087 hits MK.

    Don't hate the player - hate the num pad.

  • Very solid keyboard that I cannot find anything wrong with. It is a budget model so the cord is not detachable but the keys work well and it is a joy to type on.

  • This is my first mechanical keyboard and it is completely fantastic. I am completely satisfied with it, especially for the price. The sounds the MX Reds make are amazing, and I love how easy to actuate they are, I can just "float" over the tops of the keys. The board also has a decent weight to it, and seemingly good durability.

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