Mechanical keyboard, Cherry MX blue mechanical switches. Supports full NKRO via USB
Smooth and extremely precise typing. After using a Ducky for a while you’ll never want to go back using those numb rubberdome keyboards. You’ll enjoy the use of your luxurious Ducky keyboard. Even a long typing session will turn from tedious work to an absolute pleasure.
Duckys design is very Spartan as a real working tool should be. Strong but slim-edged chassis where there is no unneeded foolishness. There is no futuristic spaceship desing with goofy logos generated by a bullshit generator. There are only the things you need in a smart looking top notch keyboard
Ducky keyboard is equipped with 108pcs of German Cherry MX mechanical switches and a high class Ducky FR-4 PCB board which is very durable and can withstand high temperatures. Mechanical switches come in 4 different types, with push force and switch action differences. Please read more about switch types below and choose the most suitable one for you.
G2PRO has a full NKRO via USB support meaning that you can simultaneously bottom all the keys and they will all register. You can set the NKRO support on the DIP-switch controller beneath the keyboard. From these dip-switches you can also disable Win-keys so they don’t interrupt your gaming session by accident or switch places for Caps&Ctrl or ALT&Win keys.
G2PRO has led backlight for WASD-keys and the informative lights on NumLck, ScrLck and Caps are integrated directly to the keys so you don’t have look to the side to check status. Package includes additional red UV-treated WASD keycaps and a tool for changing keycaps. Additionally there is a clever dust cover for your Ducky keyboard and a carrying bag for travel. Ducky keyboard has a detachable mini-USB to USB cable.
Cherry MX mechanical switch types in short:
Brown switch. Tactile switch 45g (55g peak force). A light switch with tactile bump feedback point when button press is registered. Very good for both typing and gaming. A mid ground choice between a linear and a clicky switch. If you are a first timer with mechanical keyboards the brown switch is a very safe and easily adaptable choice.
Red switch. Linear switch 45g (30-60g full path). A very light switch which is excellent for fast paced gaming. Is also suitable for typing if you prefer a really light touch when typing.
Blue switch. Tactile and clicky switch 50g (60g peak force). The classical and very retro keyboard feel. Bump feedback point and a click when a button press is registered. Excellent switch for typing if the side product generated, the noise, is not a problem for you. Can be used for gaming as well when the feel and the release point of the blue switch has been embraced.
Black switch. Linear switch 60g (40-80g full path). A heavier switch for those who like to use a bit more force when typing. Very good for gaming, especially if you are bottoming and holding your keys often in games and need to really feel them beneath your fingers. Also suitable for typing if you like very firm feel and might even reduce errors while typing as you need more force register a button press.
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