PowerColor Is Into Mechanical Keyboards Now

Source: TechPowerUp PowerColor Is Into Mechanical Keyboards Now

You Can’t Get A PowerColor Red Devil But They Have A Ducky One 2 SF Keyboard For You

The PowerColor x Ducky One 2 SF is a 65% keyboard, dropping the numpad but keeping the Del, Pg Up, Pg Dn, and arrow keys.  You can opt between Kailh BOX Brown and BOX White switches with thick PBT keycaps, which TechPowerUp found helped mitigate the feel of the plate-mounted stabilizers on some keys.  For those that deal with virtual systems that don’t like NKRO there are dip switches on the back which allow you to toggle between NKRO and 6-key rollover modes to ensure you can use this keyboard in those situations.

You also won’t need to deal with software as the lighting is controlled directly by the keyboard, using key combos you can toggle colours and lighting patterns.  If you are a fan of white LEDs, TPU were quite impressed with the ability of the PowerColor x Ducky One 2 SF to display it properly.  It will run you just over $100 if you are looking to pick this keyboard up.

PowerColor joins the competitive mechanical keyboard market with the PowerColor x Ducky One 2 SF. It is a take on Ducky's popular 65% keyboard with a two-tone black and red case to go with a new keycap set and retains the doubleshot PBT construction and 16.8 M per-key RGB backlighting.

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1 Comment

  1. Wolf

    Having myself the Red Devil keycap from their limited edition 6800 series, I can say it’s actually pretty cool.
    Might buy the keyboard if I see it available.


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