Ducky MIYA Pro Panda White LED 65% Dye Sub PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky MIYA Pro Panda Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
MY68NL1W/LLPaNDv
$135.00
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
MY68NN1W/LLPaNDv
$139.00
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
MY68NC1W/LLPaNDv
$139.00
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
MY68NR1W/LLPaNDv
$139.00
Cherry MX Clear thumbnailCherry MX Clear
MY68NW1W/LLPaNDv
$146.00
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
MY68NS1W/LLPaNDv
$146.00
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
MY68NP1W/LLPaNDv
$157.00

Keycaps

Backlighting

  • White LED Primary LEDs: White (THT)
  • White LED Control LEDs: White

Features

Details and Specifications

BrandDucky
ModelMIYA Pro
Size65%
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutUS QWERTY
Logical LayoutANSI
Frame ColorBlack
Primary LED ColorWhite
Control LED ColorWhite
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Interface(s)USB
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions4.13" x 13.27" x 2.09"
Weight2.29 lbs
Cord Length60 inches

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  • This is my first 65% keyboard and my first Cherry MX brown keyboard. I have used a Corsair K70 with MX reds for the last 3 years with a few issues of not knowing not press the key switched down far enough, which has been fixed by the use of brown switches.

    The keyboard by its's self is a solid 5 out of 5. The PVT key caps fell fanatics compared to ABS used on other keyboards. They have really nice texture feeling that help grip as you type and keep your WASD where they need to be during gamining. The Cheery Browns let you know when the key has been pressed with out being to intrusive, granted if you are used to any light linear switch they will start to tire you fingers for the first couple of days. I am liking the 65% layout as I was quiet tentative of using a 60% keyboard, hence why I never purchased one. This layout give addition of the arrow keys, huge win in my book, along with the delete and page up/down keys. They have also removed the top row of functions keys give the key a to small present compare to a full layout that I am used to but have grown to greatly appreciated. Even though they have removed keys they have given clear marks on other keys on bottom of the key caps facing to just use the function key to use. Granted they have also removed the function key on the left side, with I was used to using, and only leaving the right function key. This keyboard also has white back light, witch I think complements the board extremely nicely. It allows you to see the legends, for the most part, in a completely dark room. It came in really nice being my first 65% board. Also the crisp printing across the boards looks amazing and the colors all tie together so nicely.

    I do have to give it a few criticism though. The biggest issue I have with this keyboard was that out of the box the number were not set to default but rather the functions key when you were to hit the top row. Because of this I had to hook up my old keyboard to log into my computer, since it kept saying my password was incorrect. If you have this issue you need to hold function while hitting up/down on you arrow keys, I was told up down by Googling it but my keyboard needed function UP to change the top row to standard without hold function to use the numbers. Also I do the the included full desk mat but I would love to be able to buy they keyboard without it and the stuff panda to save $20 to $30!!!! They are a nice inclusion but I thing be able to but with out would give the option to buy this great keyboard to other they not be willing / able to purchase with the inclusion of these products.

    Over all I would rate this keyboard a 5 out of 5, but the package as a whole 4 out of 5. That is unless you really like pandas!!!

  • I have been using this keyboard for a few weeks now.

    very solid and smooth feel; I wake up in the morning wanting to type on it
    great build quality
    great key layout for work on a Mac
    escape key is closer for vim
    beautiful and very top shelf packaging; leaves me a bit conflicted about whether I want to bin it
    - LED lighting is rubbish as you don't really see it and it does not show evenly behind all the keys
    - the space bar sounds a bit plonkish and different from the other keys, though using an o-ring on it has helped somewhat
    - it's quite tall. I have to use a wrist rest rest to avoid getting sore wrists. That may just be my bad posture though.
    - the green keycaps aren't as bright as in the photos, think olive rather than bright green. They make the keyboard theme look like military camouflage rather than cute jungle which is a bit of a shame. I ended up ordering a Varmilo black on dark grey keycap set to replace them.

    I tried the Ducky Onetwo 2 before getting this one and wasn't impressed. This one feels amazing though. Overall very much recommended.

  • I've never had a custom keyboard, the last keyboard I bought was a Ducky One 2 Mini. The Miya Pro is the butteryest keyboard I've ever touched, I mean the keycaps say single shot PBT but feels better than any double shot I've felt. They're the same size as a key on any other board, but somehow feel bigger, I can't explain it. The switches are so smooth, like pressing down on a blanket or cloud with just enough actuation to still feel like a key on a keyboard made by mankind. The stabilizers don't rattle, budge or squeak at all, the same buttery smoothness as the rest of the keys. They don't feel like ordinary keys, I'm just extremely amazed, basically blown away and wish I got a Varmilo or something high quality years ago. I now have a problem because every other keyboard I'll use will make me think "eugh," even the One 2 Mini doesn't come close. I didn't think Miya would be much better, but it is. The only real gripe I have is lack of programmability. You can visit varmilo.com to download Varmilo's Miya software that comes in Chinese, and poke through it to switch to English. It allows macros, or enable "gaming mode" to be able to permanently alter one key to be another key/media key, . I changed my pgup/pgdown to be volume up/down, when I want to use pgup/pgdown I have to use the software again. I think it's a small trade off for beautiful quality typing. Other than that, the backlit is white only and doesn't shine through, but the dark green letters on white keycaps is visible enough in low light situations, and I think the backlight is supposed to compliment that instead of shining through. Here's hoping it will stand the test of time. I would rate it 4 stars because I dislike the software and the "meh" backlight, however I love the key feeling so I'll give it 5/5.

  • I take back a portion of my previous review. The backlight does work while the keyboard is in Mac mode. The light is handled using the "Mac's multi-media keys" for keyboard brightness on the keyboard. The Windows Mode-Backlight adjustments (full backlit and breathing) seem to be exclusive to the keyboard's Windows Mode, BUT that does not matter to me. 5/5 now. Also, it seems like reactive effects is not an option but it is okay. Love this keyboard!

  • Terrible. Shift key broke within 2 months. Kept jamming and was very difficult to press down.

  • It's amazing

  • This keyboard was a big surprise to me. The small size was what i was looking for in an on-the-go keyboard that I could bring to events or in the work place. Its very sturdy and the fact that it's heavy keeps it locked into place. The panda plushy and desk mat were nice added bonuses.
    I ordered the Cherry MX Red Switches which have worked wonders for me as linear switches. And the material and the feel of the key-caps just feel great. Also the thing that really had me sold about this keyboard was the fact that it is a 68% keyboard, so the addition of the arrows, Insert, Deleete, PgUp, and PgDown keys was a huge plus for me, because I noticed alot of "60%" keyboards don't have these keys and if they do like the Ducky Mini it's all crammed together and I like some of these keys to have some space from the typing zone. If you're looking for a small size keyboard I would recommend this.

    Somethings that might concern others. It's not quite noticeable but as you type you might hear this ringing sound it's very faint but noticeable if you really listen to it. There are only 2 angled positions for the board. Either completely flat or at the fixed kick-stand, it's not like other ducky keyboards where they have 2 different types of kick stands. The back-lighting is barely noticeable unless you're in a dark room. Sometimes I just have it completely off or all they way on. The brightness settings don't really vary, it's either you're going to have it all the way up or just completely off. Since the key-caps that it comes with are not backlit you'll just see light in between the gaps of the keys. If you're not too keen on the Desk-mat & Panda Plushy, you may be better off ordering the other Miya Keyboards since they are cheaper by about $30-40 USD.

  • Best keyboard I've ever owned! Keycaps feel sick! The brown switches are perfect! The size of the board and the LEDs are amazing! I don't need another board after this one but I'm still thinking about getting another! 10/10!!!
    The added gifts that come with it are also very nice :)

  • I ordered a returned miya pro sakura and got a new miya pro panda instead

  • I picked this up after seeing a few on the mechanical keyboards subreddit. It's an interesting middle ground between a TKL and a genuine 60% because it retains the arrow keys and a quadrant on the top right.

    Overall, I'm very pleased with it. The keycaps have a great feel, and the audible feedback is excellent (I'm using MX Browns). It's a great peripheral for travel because it fits snugly in a backpack or briefcase, and its sturdy construction puts my mind at ease that it will survive a brief journey in a soft case.

    The desk mat, plushy, and overall aesthetic are an added bonus. When you pull this keyboard out, people are sure to notice. It has a lovely, relaxed look that can add a little zen to your workspace no matter where you take it.

    I'd say the price is right on the money. It's less a Ducky KB than a Varmilo one based on its looks, and that's a good thing in this case. I definitely feel like I got a Varmilo-quality KB spending less than I would on their typical product line. If you're looking for an above-average traveling TKL or 60% with a unique look in this price range, you can't go wrong here.

  • My first mechanical keyboard. Love the feel of it with the MX browns. Looks great, dig the accents and swag that came with > deskpad, plush panda.

    Currently looking for my second keyboard already.

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