Mistel MD770 TKL Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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$139.00
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SKU: MD770-_USPDBLA1
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Mistel MD770 Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
MD770-AUSPDBLA1
$139.00
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
MD770-BUSPDBLA1
$139.00
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
MD770-CUSPDBLA1
$139.00
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
MD770-RUSPDBLA1
$139.00
Cherry MX Clear thumbnailCherry MX Clear
MD770-WUSPDBLA1
$141.00
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
MD770-PUSPDBLA1
$146.00

Keycaps

Features

  • Mistel's newest ergonomic, split-design 75% keyboard.
  • The new 75% layout now includes the arrow keys and the entire function row keys. The slim design makes this keyboard very portable.
  • German-made CHERRY MX keyswitches provide the reliability and accuracy you demand.
  • Each keycap is created using their special two-shot molding process, ensuring more durability, more stability and legends that won’t fade.
  • Features rubber feet with more agressive tilting ability.

Details and Specifications

BrandMistel
ModelMD770
SizeTenkeyless
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutUS QWERTY
Logical LayoutANSI
Frame ColorBlack
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Dimensions5.51" x 13.17" x 1.36"
Weight1.86 lbs
Cord Length60 inches

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  • I got my MD770 with silent reds and WITHOUT RGB backlighting. I also own a Mistel Barocco WITH RGB backlighting and RGB silent reds. I really like both keyboards. I use one at work and one at home.
    What I like better about my Barocco vs my MD770:
    Translucent keycaps allow backlighting to show through. This is the main reason I didn't bother with LED backlighting on the MD770.
    I use my Barocco for coding at work and like the smaller footprint on my messy desk.
    What I like better about my MD770 vs my Barocco:
    The keyboard feels just a bit more solid.
    I think it sounds better and a bit less loud (both keyboards have silent reds but perhaps the RGB silent reds are different).
    IMO the keyboard has a better position for the '6' key (on the left side as opposed to the right on the Barocco)
    Plus I think the position of the '6' key is a bit more "standard" when compared to competitive split keyboards.
    The umbilical cable between the keyboard halves appears to be of higher quality than the Barocco.
    More dedicated buttons on the 75% layout can be better for some games.
    Uses USB-C connectors instead of old school USBs.
    Tenting capability provided with included spacers
    What I like about both keyboards:
    With the split keyboards I can set the right spacebar to the Fn key which gives me convenient access to arrows (Fn-i/j/k/l) to access previously typed commands quickly.
    Both keyboards have onboard memory and don't require host tools or drivers.
    Both keyboards have a high quality look and feel.
    Both are compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac
    Final thoughts:
    I think that if Mistel would have provided translucent keycaps on the MD770 I would have gotten the RGB version instead and this would have been the PERFECT RGB keyboard for me! I also feel that overall the MD770 (75% vs. 60% aside) design is an improvement over the Barocco.

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