Meko Blink White 60% Hotswap Bluetooth RGB Double Shot ABS Mechanical Keyboard

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Meko Blink White Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Gateron Yellow thumbnailGateron Yellow
$75.00 $50.00 On Sale!
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
$79.00 $55.00 On Sale!
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
$79.00 $55.00 On Sale!
Kailh BOX Brown thumbnailKailh BOX Brown
$75.00 $50.00 On Sale!
Kailh BOX White thumbnailKailh BOX White
$75.00 $50.00 On Sale!
Kailh BOX Silent Pink thumbnailKailh BOX Silent Pink
$75.00 $50.00 On Sale!



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


  • Hot swap sockets so you can customize with your favorite switches
  • Store up to 3 unique Bluetooth devices in wireless mode
  • Space-saving 60% layout
  • RGB backlit with multiple lighting modes
  • Rechargable lithium battery
  • USB-C interface
  • Includes high quality switch puller


Meko Blink

A feature-packed 60% at an affordable price, Meko's Blink is the perfect keyboard for those getting into the mechanical keyboard hobby or enthusiasts wanting to add to their MK collection. The Blink features full hotswap functionality, Bluetooth connectivity, RGB Backlighting, Double Shot caps, and more packed into a stylish frame.

Details and Specifications

Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorWhite
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
Hotswap SocketsYes
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysNo
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Warranty1 Year Warranty
Dimensions4.00" x 11.44" x 1.56"
Weight1.27 lbs
Cord Length72 inches

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  • I recently decided to dive into the world of mechanical keyboards to make my workday a bit more enjoyable. Still, I didn't want to spend a fortune on something I wasn't sure I would enjoy. So I'm happy to say that after doing a ton of research, I ran into this little guy. I'm not a big fan of the ABS keycaps, but the Gateron Yellows are a solid starting choice for Linear switches. I noticed the stock stabs are decent; not much rattle or wobble after hours of typing. In addition, the cable and switch puller are quality, and the fact that the keyboard is hotswap makes it that much easier to play with the parts.

  • I've been using this keyboard for about three weeks, both in wired and wireless mode. This is my first keyboard with RGB, and I like how the keyboard remembers what color mode you were using before disconnecting it or turning it off. The keyboard came in a pretty nice box along with a ring key cap puller, a braided USB-C cable, and a switch puller. It also came wrapped in some kind of foam and wasn't damaged during shipping.
    I got the keyboard with gateron yellows thinking I would replace them with cherry mx clears, but was surprised to find that I now love these particular linear switches. I wound up only switching out the switches that I prefer to have more tactility on (e.g. backspace and caps lock).
    I like the layout - it's standard so my fingers never got confused when trying to touch type, and switching out the key caps will be a breeze. My typing speed is usually about 95 WPM, and I was easily able to reach that on this keyboard out of the box because of the standard layout.
    The hotswap experience is a bit interesting; the keys are slightly depressed below the edge of the case, so I had to take the keyboard apart in order to get to the switches on the top and bottom row. The screws on the back are easy to access so that wasn't much of a problem, but beware of that if you're the kind of person who hates unscrewing things. Another weird quirk was that at some point the board wouldn't switch back to normal key mode after I used Fn Enter to access the pg up/home/etc buttons, so I just turned it off & on again and that fixed it. Didn't happen again after that one time.
    The keyboard has a good weight to it and doesn't slip around while I type - though I'm not a gamer and I usually don't get any slippage even on really light boards. When I tried out a switch with a heavier actuation point than gateron yellows I got a pinging sound that could probably be fixed with a tape or foam mod.
    The key caps are fine, I guess. No complaints but also nothing to write home about. I used the included key cap puller when changing out the switches and got marks on some of the key caps, so I'm going to buy a replacement set. If you're going to pull off the key caps, I suggest using a wire puller so you don't muck up the keys like I did.

  • I have been using the Blink for 3 weeks now and overall am very pleased with it. There are many, many options out there in the mechanical keyboard space. I chose the Blink for a few specific reasons. Theses are all pros.

    1. Bluetooth (also allowing to pair to several devices)
    2. Hot swappable switches. I didn't know what I wanted, but I knew it was not the included Gateron yellows. Currently using Gazzew Bobagums. May eventually transition to their silent tactile switches
    3. 60% form factor with a "normal" layout. No squashed keys in odd places.
    4. Not super tall. Some other ones in the same form factor, like the Keychron K12 are just.tall.
    5. Mac friendly. A specific mac mode is ideal for me as I am 90% Mac 10% Windows (more on this later).
    6. Possibly the biggest, great secondary function placement. Especially the arrow placement, the forward delete using fn backspace and the placement of the fn key itself.
    7. Not a huge consideration but the price. Very reasonable.

    There is only one thing I would consider a con. It is very Mac focused and probably not a con for Windows users.

    1. In Mac mode, the keys to the right of the spacebar are Option (feels out of place), Menu (useless on a Mac), Control, Function. It would be far preferable to be Command, Option, Control, Function. This would better match a real Apple keyboard and feel better to Mac users. The keys to the left of the spacebar are fine. It's just the right side that needs to be adjusted. I would buy a PCB with updated firmware just to have this.

    1. The plate-mounted clip-in stabilizers are fine as i'm sure they are trying to come in at a certain price point, but it would be great if the cutouts were there to support screw-in stabilizers. Just so the customer could upgrade if they want. I clipped, lubed, and band-aid modded the included clip-in stabilizers.
    2. No QMK or VIA support.
    3. RGB is fine but I don't use it and it was not a consideration in my purchase.
    4. My keyboard came in a nice normal box, unlike the other reviewer described.

  • this is my very first mechanical keyboard and I will say, I really like it. i don't really have anything to compare to. The packaging did scare me a little, it came in a brown box and opening it up you have a single, crumpled up large piece of brown paper? i don't really know what you call it. the box with the board inside of it was okay though. this keyboard is compact yet its very nice. the rgb is pretty nice (again i cant really compare) and I like that it has a wired mode and a wireless mode, I was worried about that initially. its a very cute keyboard and I will definitely look into getting keycaps for it to customize it. also, make sure to read the small manual it comes in, as the arrow keys are not its own key, they have other functions as well,. there is a way to turn off the arrow keys which is very helpful in accessing the ? for me. other than that, I have no complaints and I'm very satisfied with what I bought. (just wish ups didn't stuff it into my mailbox, they could have left it on my porch).

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