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just the switches halo true are 45 dollars why so cheap
a lot fewer features compared to something like CTRL? (no RGB, no ambient lighting, no hot swap sockets, only 1 USB port, no USB hub, no billet aluminum case, etc)
We're making very slim profit margins on this keyboard to make something available to the community at an entry price-level, without cutting too many corners on build. Indeed you're correct, basically the keycaps and the halo switches cover the $90 price tag of the whole keyboard.
Yeah, only white RGB and no programming