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Akko 3108 Pro Steam Engine Mechanical Keyboard

Akko 3108 Pro Steam Engine Mechanical Keyboard

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Akko’s 3108 Pro Steam Engine mechanical keyboard is done in a full-size layout with a full set of arrows, a numpad, and multimedia keys. It’s backed by the latest USB-C connection and has n-key rollover built in to support the fastest typists—but the keycaps are the star of the show Read More

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Brodiep
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Sep 10, 2019
As mentioned, all instructions are in Mandarin. The word macro is spelt in English though and it highlights the fn key as well as F9-F12 which I assume can be altered with macros. Anyone know how?
Brodiep
0
Sep 10, 2019
So using google translate, fn just alters f1-f12 for a lot of different functions (like multimedia keys other than the volume and mute above the numpad and heaps of random things) but nothing seems to alter macros. Pressing fn + f9 makes the three lights flash which I think is supposed to have something to do with macros but I can't make it actually change anything. Just posting in case anyone has the same trouble as I did
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YvesD
0
Sep 6, 2019
Instruction manuel in Chinise!.. The 3 LEDS don't work... And windows says driver can't be installed
qwerty_vii
0
Aug 21, 2019
Any news on how long the shipment will be delayed?
jc61990
121
Jul 19, 2019
Does this come in a mac layout?
Aristarco
77
Jul 17, 2019
Is this keyb compatible with the ISO layout or just ANSI?
KageSong
1
Jun 12, 2019
On my current board, if I physically swap my keys to Dvorak, they do not sit right. They're shaped to their row. Does anyone know if these keys are like that, or if they're all shaped the same?
MightyJabba
435
Jun 12, 2019
The side view shots make it pretty clear that they are sculpted
SmithyNZ
225
Jun 10, 2019
To me, the colour scheme is somewhat reminiscent of the Acorn Archimedes/A-series from the 80s and 90s, with light grey/dark grey/orange keys...
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KageSong
1
Jun 12, 2019
That's exactly what I saw in it. A few other similar classics. I can't think of the names. I just need to be able to physically change the position of the keycaps without ruining the feel.
j.t.x
115
Jun 10, 2019
The first keycap to pull with the keycap puller is that Esc key.
ekana_stone
4
Jun 10, 2019
I’m so happy it has a number pad
mjl2009
23
Jun 9, 2019
What is the case material? Is this a state secret?
Nail260
1
Jun 10, 2019
plastic but it is pretty sturdy hardly any flex.
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