Ducky Mecha Mini v2 RGB LED 60% Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky Mecha Mini v2 Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
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$119.00
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
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$119.00
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
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$119.00
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
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$119.00
Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver
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$119.00
Kailh BOX Brown thumbnailKailh BOX Brown
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$119.00
Kailh BOX Red thumbnailKailh BOX Red
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$119.00
Kailh BOX White thumbnailKailh BOX White
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$119.00
Kailh BOX Thick Jade thumbnailKailh BOX Thick Jade
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$124.00
Kailh BOX Silent Pink thumbnailKailh BOX Silent Pink
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$124.00
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
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$124.00

Keycaps

Backlighting

  • RGB LED Primary LEDs: RGB (SMD)
  • RGB LED Control LEDs: RGB

Features

  • Stunningly beautiful and robust Cast Aluminum 60% frame
  • Dual layer PCB with a wide array of RGB lighting modes
  • 10 additional PBT Double Shot colorful keycaps (Random color) 
  • PBT double shot seamless keycaps
  • Supports Ducky Macro 2.0 and features software free dipswitches for fast, reliable control
  • Includes either Year of the Rat or Year of the Ox spacebars
  • Limit (1) Ducky One 2 Mecha Mini per customer (strictly enforced)

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The Ducky One 2 Mini Mecha is everything you love about the classic One 2 Mini wrapped in one of the most beautifully balanced frames ever used in a keyboard. The Mecha's ground-breaking cast aluminum frame offers stunning aesthetics with curves and features that bulky CNC machined Aluminum frames can only dream of. The weight of the frame is substantial but also balanced and not just heavy for the sake of being heavy. You have to feel it to believe it.


The Mecha comes equipped with PBT double shot seamless keycaps with side laser engraving. It has a smaller size, but no functions have been sacrificed. Supports Ducky Macro V2.0 and Mouse control function.


To stand out in the crowd we chose to use PBT seamless double-shot keycaps. It is designed and engineered in a way to provide the user with the best durability and typing experience. Varieties of colorways available.


Detachable USB Type-C cable provides convenience to users. The Mecha uses USB HID with the highest frequency of 1000Hz polling rate, meaning the keyboard is sending its input signal(s) to your PC 1000 times per second. This feature minimizes the delay of when the keys are being pressed and signal received by the computer.


Every Ducky One 2 Mini Mecha comes with 10 additional PBT Double-Shot Colorful keycaps (Random color)

Details and Specifications

BrandDucky
ModelMecha Mini
Size60%
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Frame Bottom MaterialAluminum
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Interface(s)USB-C
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleNo
Linux CompatibleLimited
Cord Length60 inches

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  • Purchased with silent reds. Quietest keyboard I've ever owned. Thanks to the metal frame, it's also the most sturdy keyboard 've ever owned. Doesn't budge a millimeter when I'm slamming keys down.

  • I got this keyboard with MX Browns and I love this for my first 60% but I wish the RGB was a bit better(Set Up) I wish it was easier or had softwear to use, I love Ducky as a brand but, some things need to be tweaked but ultimately a great board.

    Thanks MK and Ducky,

  • This keyboard is beautiful, the colors are bright and the extra space bar u get adds a nice touch to the keyboard, It comes with a hard plastic cover to protect it from dust. Even thought I never tried cherries I glad I I went with silver switches, they are so good for playing world of warcraft and other games.
    I'm looking forward to my next ducky purchase.

  • My Ducky Mecha Mini with cherry mx reds was well worth the wait. it feels smooth and it sounds good too. The stabilizers are surprisingly good, my spacebar has a nice CLACK to it.

    Thanks MK!

  • I'm sorry to give this such a low rating I wanted to love it but for what I received I truly feel it's only worthy of 3 stars at this price At this point I own 6 different boards with experience in modding them and rebuilds. But you can make your own decisions.

    The aluminum frame is too big for the pcb, plate etc there's a good 4mm gap on the right side of the keyboard and you can see to the bottom of the frame the bottom side has about a 3mm gap the left side and top side are flush with the frame it just bugs me at this price that the pcb, plate and keys are not flush with the sides of the whole frame. looking down at the board you can clearly tell the frame was molded too big and the gaps drive me insane

    The second gripe I have are how terribly bad the cherry mx browns are extremely scratchy and they sound and feel awful when typing or gaming. I've tried many different switches but never cherry, and from my standards these switches are trash and I hated the Keyboard immediately for this but instead of getting my money back I decided desolder the entire board and put different switches in probably voiding any warranty for the board, but whatever.

    Now that the board has better switches, it feels premium besides the badly offcut frame. But to say I was disappointed in this product is an understatement. I paid $130 for this board, but then another $60 plus personal time to replace the terrible switchesso that's $190. 've paid half this for better quality, and that's saying a lot.

    I've owned this now for quite a few months, and have noticed so many bugs with firmware and daily use it's crazy you could be playing a game then all of a sudden your W key or E key will open windows or 3 other programs randomly? Like what!? Sometime hitting the tab key will close all programs for no reason, and many other weird things just happen randomly with different keystrokes(this also happened before I modded it, so it wasn't due to be resoldering the board)

    I probably could have sent it back before I modded it and I'm sure they would have replaced it or given my money back with no problem but for $130 I expected a quality keyboard that I wouldn't have to modify.
    This gets 3 stars from me.

  • I love this keyboard. I have it with Cherry brown switches. It came with extra keycaps, including a rat on the spacebar. The aluminum frame is super solid. The foldout feet provide an ergonomic angle. MK offers great service. If you're looking for a solid wired 60% board, I think this is a good value.

  • This is an absolutely amazing keyboard. I love the aluminum build. It adds solidity and a non-cheap feel to the keyboard. Not to mention, the RGB is absolutely amazing. I got the Cherry MX Browns and they give a really nice and not too loud sound when typing and are also brilliant for gaming. reccommend.

  • Pros:
    - Great build quality
    - Beautiful design
    - High-quality keycaps
    - Vivid RGB
    Cons:
    - Buggy firmware
    - No software RGB control (impossible to sync it with other RGB devices etc)
    - Extremely loud spacebar
    - Poor/nonexistent support from Ducky

    I waited quite a long time to get this and am ultimately pretty disappointed. It's very nice to look at, but I've had issues with the firmware (specific keys not working until I unplug and plug the kb back in) with no help or meaningful response whatsoever from support. I waited months to see if Ducky might release a fixed firmware or even acknowledge the issue, to no avail. The keyboard is not compatible with Ducky's own RGB control software, so there is no way to sync the lighting with any other devices or program it with a GUI tool.

    If you want a well-built small keyboard and don't care about the software side of things (RGB, firmware) and want to roll the dice on not having firmware issues, the price for this keyboard is pretty fair. My next keyboard will probably be from another manufacturer, however.

  • The best keyboard. Period. I have tried everything from Razer, to GMMGK, to customs that cost a lot of money and tedious work to build. This Ducky Mecha Mini is hands down the best keyboard I have ever used. The stabilizers are the best on any keyboard (every YouTube review agrees with this). What makes this keyboard so great is how it feels to actually use it. From the pure metal frame, to the stable/smooth switches, to the very nice double shot PBT keycaps. The feeling of actually pressing down a key is truly special. You have to try it to understand it.

    In comparison I have a Logitech G915 TKL that I paid about $250 for. When I press down a key on the Logitech, it feels like the cheapest most plasticy feeling thing ever. I honestly didn't realize how bad the quality of actually using the keyboard was until I got the Ducky Mecha Mini and tried it side by side. The difference is night and day. Keep in mind, the Logitech cost DOUBLE and feels significantly worse.

    Don't think about it just buy the Ducky. It is worth every penny.

    My one complaint is the shipping. They used to give you an estimated ship date that kept getting pushed back by months and months. They would end up telling you an ETA of 2 weeks only to have you wait 3 months to actually receive it. I do think this is partly due to the pandemic. Thankfully, they seem to have stable stock now so this shouldn't be an issue anymore.

  • This keyboard is very high quality and it is very durable for gaming!!!.

  • Another update from my previous review, some of the keycaps aren't straight, it's like one side is higher than the other. This causes a 'tick' sound when pressing on one side of the shift keys, spacebar and delete key.

  • Keyboard overall is good. I upgraded from a rk61 brown switches to this with silent switches and I've noticed a few issues. I'm not sure if it applies only to silent reds but the keys are really scratchy. This is made even worse because of the aluminum case. You will hear pingings and echos from the board and this gives off the impression that the board quality itself isn't really good. Typing experience is okay nothing too extraordinary. I've tried lubing them a little bit by using the push down method and that actually helped a bit but if you were to accidentally overlube you get this mushy sound that'll go away after a few months use. Comparing to the rk61, I would def choose rk61 over this. Half the price and even though brown switches are a little louder, it sounds way better then silent reds.

  • Good sturdy aluminum build probably the best 60% board other than durgod Venus but that has freezing issues. Let%u2019s talk about what I received, the accented key caps that come with it I was missing a right arrow cap and the switches were scratchy and NOT smooth for cherry silent reds but everything else the frame, stock pbt keycaps, rgb and setting keybinds were pretty good. Just expecting top notch quality for a $130 board after tax.

  • The best keyboard I have ever used. It is fun to use, which is a weird thing to say about a keyboard. It feels like piece of art. The construction is amazing. I got the silver switches and I am happy with that choice.

  • I had no idea what I was missing. This is so much better than my old keyboards. same size keys, but way less space. Way nicer feel to the keys and the key press. Opted for the Cherry MX Browns, which were actually already in stock, so I waited 2.5 business days for this keyboard. It's awesome. Already programmed a user mode to light up DAW hotkeys. can turn that off for normal typing. cost $20 more than the closest competitor I was considering, but that one couldn't individually light keys in selectable colors.

    I don't imagine I'll have any complaints with this thing. I'm already typing almost as fast as I was. probably be even faster in a week.

  • I was honestly disappointed by this product. The build quality is great, the case is incredible but there are many more issues than positives in my case.

    Pros:
    Extremely well-built.
    Beautiful RGB.
    Brand reliability.
    KB height is perfect, very comfortable without a wrist rest.

    Cons:
    I personally think that not having software is a massive disadvantage, and I have really grown to hate this keyboard because of it.
    The RGB brightness is not adjustable for the preset modes, so it is almost blinding for me personally.
    HORRIBLE stabs, like honestly the worst I've seen on a $100 KB. The spacebar and the backspace key are INSANELY loud. (I even got the mx silent red version) the bottom out noise is crazy.
    Soldered PCB/no hotswap.

    Neutral:
    Stock keycaps are decent, a good middle of the road feeling.
    The cable is a standard rubber cable.
    Not the greatest selection of switches.

    In all, I've used many, if not all 60% prebuilts, along with making a few customs myself. People really rant and rave about Ducky, I don't get all the hype after getting this KB. It's beautiful, that's about it for me, I've used so many better 60% boards I'm gunna have to keep this one in the box until I feel like giving it another shot.

  • Positives:
    * Chassis is heavy and has no flex at all.
    * Even the adjustable-angle legs are metal and incredibly stable.
    * The USB-C port can accept most after-market cables.
    Areas for Improvement:
    * Keycaps, though PBT, distort colors so you cannot get a pure white.
    * Because of the white board and the north-facing LEDs on the switches, you always have a white strip at the bottom of the board regardless of LED colors.
    * My copy came with a slight crack in the PCB.
    * TONS of case ping and an incredibly loud spacebar on top of that.

  • This is the first mechanical keyboard that I have ever ordered and received. Of course I was worried about how it would turn out and if I would like it. But once I received this incredible keyboard and opened it, I was in complete awe. The build quality is immaculate, the keycaps feel smooth and comfortable, and the cherry mx reds sound heavenly. Ducky absolutely made an incredible product here and is 110% worth purchasing. Thank you so much Ducky for making my first experience with a mechanical keyboard amazing! I will be a loyal customer for life!

  • Best keyboard I have ever used. Bought mine with Cherry MX Red switches. Picture doesn't do justice to how beautiful the Mech Mini looks not to mention how great it feels to hold and use. The aluminum body feels strong and sturdy. No flex what so ever. Typing on the Cherry MX Red switches is amazing. Definitely my personal favorite switch type by far. Will look into purchasing another one in the future for my work office. Gaming on this keyboard is amazing and very accurate. 5/5, fantastic product.

  • I just got my keyboard today and this keyboard is the best I've had so far. The cherry mx blues Sound and feel good and just the keyboard is in good quality. Thanks for the keyboard.

  • The silent pinks are so clean and match a silent type setup if you don't want clicking a lot very good for typing and gaming

  • Just received this keyboard today and all I can say is WOW. it is everything I hoped it would be and so much more. I've been playing Type Racer for like an hour now and I just can't get over the build and feel of this glorious piece of equipment. Went with Cherry MX Silent Reds and they feel great. I don't sense any pinging or mushiness in they keystrokes like I read about online. I am coming from a Logitech G Pro with blue clicky and typing on this new board is like floating on a cloud - I don't know how to explain it. Thank you Ducky and than you mechanicalkeyboards.com for shipping me this thing!

  • Submitting for you Linux users out there.

    Works flawlessly with any Linux distro I've used it with. Currently running Kubuntu 20.04 and it's awesome. It took a few days to get used to not having dedicated arrow keys, but I've quickly adapted.

    If you're doing any sort of programming, using shortcuts to your /home, or using markdown, don't worry about the ~ and `, they are easily accessible and you'll have them down in no time.

    If you do a lot in the terminal, the arrow keys are actually faster to use when using the caps lock key as a Fn modifier.

    Build quality is excellent, I love that I don't need any software to set it up, and overall I love it.

  • Very well built keyboard. I ordered the silver switches to try instead of the usual brown I have been using for years now and have been liking them more. The metal frame feels nice and give the small keyboard a good weight to it so it won't get pushed around on the desk as easy.

  • Ordered the Mecha Mini with brown switches on 7/29/20 and I just got it yesterday 12/6/20. The long waiting time was probably due to COVID and its understandable. Just don't expect to get this within a couple of weeks though The keyboard itself is really compact, opened up a lot of desktop space. Feels good to type on, well if you like brown switches. I do miss the arrow keys though and wished I got a 65%.

  • The product itself is amazing. I have always loved the Cherry MX Silent Reds so getting them again was a no brainer. They are the only keys that don't wake up my wife and a sleeping baby. The keyboard itself is incredibly solid. I can't stop unplugging it and just holding it in my hands and staring at it. It's beautiful. I love how heavy it is. It's a huge difference from the light and floppy plastic Corsair Strafe v1 I'm switching from. The RGB is more complex to setup since it's all on-board RGB control, but not very difficult once you practice a little bit.

    I ordered mine mid-August and just received it December 5th. The original ETA was in September, just 1 month after I ordered. Apparently there was a Cherry MX shortage which caused the 4 month delay, but I guess that must happen all the time since most people have to wait 2-3 months to receive their order. I wish the pre-order tracking was a little more accurate. Every few days, the ETA would be pushed back more. It was very frustrating

    The only con for the keyboard is no Bluetooth

  • I just got this keyboard and i love it, the waiting is a pain but its worth every second i would recommend this keyboard 100%

  • I bought the v1 version of this keyboard when it first came out. Unfortunately, I asked for Silent Reds instead of classic Red switches. Nonetheless, the build quality is top-notch. There is quite a difference between an aluminum case vs. a sturdy plastic case. The way the keys feel and sound are quite different when the case is aluminum. However, there is a known key chatter issue with this keyboard but if you go on Ducky's website, there is a firmware update you can download to remedy this. I don' t know if this fixed anything but I haven't noticed any chatter since. This keyboard is one of the best out-of-the-box prebuilt keyboards you can get. I had to lube the spacebar stabilizers a bit but other than that, the build quality and the way the keys feel when typing is great. I like this keyboard so much that I preordered a 2nd one (this time with classic MX Reds) and is version v2.

  • Got to say the build quality on this keyboard is amazing! no flex smooth mx mechanical switches. Rgb lighting is great too.

    Aluminum base makes it feel solid too 100% recommend. I had to wait 6 weeks to do bare this in mind.


  • Pros:
    Silver switches are really nice and light which is what i prefer.
    As soon as i took it out of the box it feels very sturdy the aluminum case is very well built no deck flex at all.
    stabilizers are very good no rattle and little to no movement.
    RGB is very bright and the keycaps feel great but i switched them out for puddings/rubbers cause RGB is my thing.
    If you're choosing between the one 2 mini and the mecha mini, id say the 20$ extra is worth it
    The feet on the bottom of the keyboard are also made out of aluminum which is a good thing but the incline with the case is already enough for me, also very satisfying clicks from the feet.

    Cons:
    From a canadians perspective this keyboard is expensive my total was 223USD with pudding/rubber key caps. after converting that it came to about almost 300CAD with shipping.
    Preorder/Shipping times. paid about 20 bucks for 3-7 days shipping and came in 4 days. but the painful thing is i had preordered it 2 months ago and they kept pushing the ETA for the preorder forward each time.

  • Just received this keyboard today to finally replace my CM Quickfire TKL with MX Green switches.

    Out of the box, WOW.
    The alum feels really good and solid. 0 flex what so ever.
    The key caps are nice, but I already replaced it with a pudding set since I am a RGB nut and it just looks stunning.

    I primarily use TKL as a form factor, but I decided to go 60% for the aesthetic and I can say I do not regret it.
    I got MX Blacks, since it was in stock and because I like linear switches, but MX Reds are too light for me.
    The stabs are amazing out of the box, no rattle, no ping and barely any movement, maybe less than a mm.
    The RGB, lighting modes and the controls are just amazing. Absolutely breathtaking. I can't stop staring at it.

    I will mostly use this for gaming, and typing here and there.

    So far, worth every penny. I would actually buy another one in silvers when it comes in stock.
    If you're on the fence between the one 2 mini and the mecha mini, get the mecha mini. So much worth, you won't regret it.

  • Excellent Keyboard, great switches with very solid stabilization. Keycaps are solid and heavy with a great texture. The included colored caps and Year of the Rat bar are amazing extra touches. I previously used a GMMK compact and this blows it out of the water in every metric as far as I can tell. My only "negative" is that the USB-C port seems a little wobbly for lack of a better term. Connection is otherwise solid and the board looks impressive on my desk.

  • Not gonna lie, the shipping and wait time on this keyboard was a pain but after waiting almost 2 months I finally received it earlier this week and tbh.it was worth it. The build quality is amazing, I love the sound and feel of my cherry brown switches. If you have any doubts ordering due to pre-order wait queues and such then I totally get it, but if you're willing to wait, I would totally do it all over again. Also online support got back to me usually within 24 hours after I've asked twice about the queue on my order.

  • I love this keyboard I got it for my birthday I got this for my gaming setup and it matches my setup.

  • The keyboard feels great, high quality. It came with extra pink key caps. Slightly disappointed to see that they did not include a physical manual, and instead directed me to download a PDF version from their website. Haven't updated the firmware yet, holding off until I can confirm that I downloaded the correct files. The space bar switch and/or stabilizers are sort of scratchy and have a hollow chunky sound when actuated. Hopefully some lube will help with that. Still a 5 star keyboard, would recommend.

  • Amazing keyboard! Only thing I would change is more options for switches (kailh box, etc) but it's an amazing keyboard. Really sturdy and heavy, and the switches are great. Your fingers will break before this keyboard does. Definitely recommend over the plastic version!

  • Cherry MX Blue:
    To begin, I've never owned a 60% keyboard. I used plenty of other but this is something else. The aluminum frame makes it feel nice. The weight gives it that feel of good quality, reassuring you that it's worth the money. The MX Blue switches just throw it over the top for me. The feel of the clicks (if your into that click, tactile feel) are just the thing that makes this keyboard feel amazing! The stands snap into place, really making it feel sturdy! The RGB lighting (if you are into that) are very vivid. Probably one of the best I've seen. (Highly recommend HyperX White/Black Pudding Keycaps.) I've been using it for a couple of days now and I have no complaints. For anyone looking for a keyboard. Don't hesitate with this one! You won't be disappointed.

  • Board was. problematic. Didn't work at all when plugged into my Mac. Tried to update the firmware and it bricked it. Turns out, the SKU number on MK is outdated and the old version while the product received was the new PCB version. The only firmware on duckys site was for the old version (matching the ordered SKU). This bricked my board. Ducky did release a new firmware version to un-brick it shortly after, so that was great.
    However, was still unable to get it to work at all on mac (2018 MBP, catalina) even trying various USB ports, adapters, running through my dock, nothing worked. Did use it for a while on my PC and it was fantastic but had to send it back since I needed a new keyboard for my work mac. Hopefully they get these working on Mac soon.

  • This keyboard is amazing! It's my first 60 percent keyboard and it feels and looks great. The brown switches sound awesome and I am very happy with this keyboard.

  • updating the firmware bricked my unit.

  • Great keyboard! I got mine a couple of days ago and have been using it non stop. Completely different to my old $60 corsair keyboard! Would recommend 100%

  • When I was looking for my first mechanical keyboard, I was recommended to go with the Ducky brand. I needed a compact keyboard but also a high quality one, Ducky's other One 2 Mini models were made out of plastic until I saw this new mecha mini model they have which I had pre-ordered right away. So far the keyboard has been well worth the wait. Being my first mechanical keyboard I didn't know what to expect besides watching reviews on youtube. I highly recommend this keyboard its worth every penny even spending 20$ for this version rather than the normal One 2 Mini.

  • Been using my Mecha (ISO) layout, I got ahold of it through another website as they were sold out here for quite awhile.
    the keyboard is super nice, heavy, good sound (silent reds). Just get it.

  • This is o good keyboard my friedn have one and i traydit it was o good

  • good keyboard buy this keyboard if you have the money to buy it. it is soo good in the switches they have a good feel in them so buy it.

  • good keyboard buy this keyboard if you have the money to buy it. it is soo good in the switches they have a good feel in them so buy it.

  • Amazing keyboard! Just got mine last week and it types like a dream. I wanted to try the Cherry MX Silent Reds and they are indeed VERY quiet. They sound more like dampened membrane keyboards. I've always wanted to try a keyboard that wasn't a 100% so I figured I might as well jump all the way down to a 60%. I don't miss the extra keys at all. I crunch numbers just fine with the number row, and the FN might take a while to get used to, but it's been fine so far.

    It's also nice that the keyboard comes with orange keycaps for the backspace, enter, esc and WASD (arrows) keys. This does come with the year of the pig spacebar but I do not recommend equipping it if you want to maximize silence. The year of the pig spacebar is noticeably lower quality than any other provided keycaps which produces a sharp loud clacking noise when bottoming out the spacebar. It's a shame because it looks a lot nicer than the normal spacebar, but it is not as functional.

    All in all, this provides AMAZING value. Very high quality all around, super customizable and a dream to type on.

  • I absolutely love this keyboard, get it while you can!

  • This is my first 60% keyboard. I got the Cherry Silent Red version (which took a day or two to get used to but they're not 'mushy' as most social media critics like to say.) - There is a slight learning curve, especially with recording macros. I actually had to download the firmware update for the One 2 Mini and apply it to my Mecha to get the Windows Media macros (specifically Volume Up and Volume Down) to work properly on Windows 10. The keyboard is great and the RGB is some of the best I've ever seen on a keyboard. The PBT double shot keycaps are great too but I have notoriously dry hands which make them quite slippery at times (rubber keycaps to replace the ones for my WASD keys are already on the way). Other than that, it's a nice keyboard to save space on your desk. Definitely worth more than the overpriced stuff you see at retail stores. The learning curve and the necessity to download a firmware update from the One 2 Mini page prevents me from giving this a 5 out of 5.

  • This keyboard is awesome I highly recommend it, It is very responsive coming down to gaming and typing This will do the job for you for gaming and productivity I highly recommend it if your looking for a good 60% keyboard.

  • Awesome keyboard! Loving it so far. I'm on a Mac and haven't had issues with the keyboard waking up Mac OS from sleep or while Mac OS is updating as others have reported. I wonder if Ducky has updated the firmware that's shipped with these keyboards already?

  • It was good

  • An Amazing board all around the first 60% keyboard that i have owned and it works great. The RGB is amazing and the seamless double shot pbt keycaps are awesome with it. It id basically thr ducky one 2 mini with better build quality. Definitely recommend it.

  • I have been using this keyboard for 2 days now, and I can say that it is the best keyboard I have ever used, are there better ones out there? Probably, but for the price point you can't beat it. I have had the Ducky one 2 mini, and this has the exact same layout, but the only differences are that the keys sit slightly higher than the plastic version, the the metal case, the price, and there is only 2 levels of height whereas the one 2 mini has 3. The metal case has no flex unlike the original one 2 mini, and it weighs way more. if you are looking at both, get the metal version for only $20 more, you will be much more pleased with it. If you where wondering I got Cherry mx brown switches.

  • Got this keyboard with brown switches. The build quality is SUPERB! I have no idea how ducky made this keyboard for only $20 more than the one 2 mini. There are plenty of DIY's out there for $70 aluminum case swaps for one 2 mini keyboards. If you guys want to see an unboxing of this keyboard, I just dropped a video on my Youtube channel Lil Rice Muncher Gaming.

  • This keyboard is great. Probably the best looking 60% on the market without having to custom build one. Build quality looks top notch. I had some doubts tho when I lifted it, turned it upside down and one of the screws came out. No problems so far after screwing it back in, but will be using this heavily over the next few days to be sure. Other than that, it feels very solid. It's heavier than it looks and very sturdy. Using Cherry Brown switches and the tactile bump is very light, just enough to notice it. It's not very loud in my opinion, but if you like to hammer your keys consider getting some o-rings. The keycaps feel very smooth and well made. The gold color font on the front sides compliment the black very well. The keycaps are all shine-thru on top and show off the colors and the colors are vibrant, not faded or dull. My 'B' key is the only key that has an obvious obstruction for color, but this is a very minor complaint. My only other complaint is the keys have a small 'wobble', it's not bad, but noticeable.

    It looks amazing, feels very sturdy and gives the feeling this will last a long time (even tho I had a loose screw?), if it had tighter keys/less wobble it would be absolutely perfect. 8.5/10. Would recommend!

  • I just preordered this keyboard and it looks amazing has the same rgb lights as the one 2 mini just better quality case can't wait for it to come and btw I got Mx blues

  • The Keyboard is awesome works great nicely built the stabs feel good and the keys are solid. Its a more solid version of the mini one two so if thats your speed then get this board.

  • Looks good

  • not working well on mac, no response after macos falls asleep. stop working when system is updating

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