Kingston sub-brand HyperX has been trying to penetrate the exploding mechanical keyboard segment for a while. The latest move is to team up with Ducky, a small but beloved keyboard maker, for a special edition of the Ducky One 2 Mini. It's a 60% board with Ducky & # 39; s body and software, but HyperX & # 39; s fast linear red mechanical switches.
"60%" (about the same footprint as a laptop keyboard) usually does not match "gaming keyboard". But HyperX & # 39; s aggressive red and black styling, visible RGB lighting and 45-gram switches with a 1
Do you see the legends on the bottom of the caps? Things like "Macro" and "REC" are important: the Ducky software can reprogram important assignments and macros on the fly, no desktop application required. It is all topped off with a detachable USB-C cable and keyboard legs with three height options.
The keyboard will retail for $ 110 on May 12 ($ 10 more than the standard Ducky One 2 Mini). Only 3,700 units will be produced.