New 60% ANSI LAYOUT, Mini But Powerful
The Dustsilver K61 is a game-changer for those who demand both power and portability. Offering an unparalleled combination of power and compactness. With a potent configuration packed into a sleek 60% layout. With the PBT keycap, low-latency 2.4g wireless connection, and hot-swappable function. This mechanical keyboard is a true innovation that you won't find anywhere else.
3 MODES OF CONNECTION, FULFILLING YOUR MULTITASKING NEEDS.
Switch System Between macOS & Windows
Built with the Mac users’ experience in mind while still retaining compatibility for Windows devices, the Dustsilver K61 comes with a system toggle You can easily switch the work system by Fn+W( switch to Windows) / Fn + Tab (switch to macOS system)
Hot-swappable functionThe hot-swappable sockets are mounted on the PCB, so you can install or change the switches without soldering. The PCB supports 3-pin mechanical switches.
Double-shot PBT Keycaps
Double-shot PBT keycaps are coming to Dustsilver K61 Series Keyboard first time! With crisper texts, more vibrant colors, and record-beating thinness, make you legend again. The PBT keycaps will provide excellent oil resistance, enhance the type feel, and prevent the legends from fading out.
Program Support with Dustsilver ConsoleWith full Dustsilver Console support, you can easily program and remap each key on the keyboard. Console support means endless possibilities for shortcuts, backlight effects and more.
Mini 60% Keyboard helps save space
What's in the box?
D84 & K61 Lilac KEYBOARD REPORTED BY Hipyo Tech
COMBINATION KEY FUNCTION - WINDOWS SYSTEM
COMBINATION KEY FUNCTION - macOS SYSTEM
|Number of Keys||61|
|Keycaps||Double-Shot PBT Keycap|
|Keyboard Case Material||ABS|
|Switch||Red switch / Blue switch|
|N-Key Rollover Support||Yes|
|Backlight & Sidelight||White Led Backlit|
|Connectivity Mode||2.4G Wireless, Bluetooth 5.0, and Wired|
|Wired Connection Type||USB Type-C|
|Dimensions||291 mm x 101 mm x 36.5 mm|
This is my second mechanical keyboard-- I am not an enthusiast, but I do prefer that things in my house are pretty and feel good to use. I bought it for a more ergonomic mobile set up, and I use it for writing long form essays and stories. The keys have a nice satisfying spring with very little resistance. Smooth and pleasant with a pleasant milky click. I don't know how to describe that, but it's the first thing that comes to mind, especially because the whole thing reminds me of an ube latte. I notice a very small latency, but I'm not sure if it's my (new) computer or because I'm used to more sensitive keys. Time will tell.