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IQKB 62-Key Mechanical Keyboard

IQKB 62-Key Mechanical Keyboard

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From the maker of the popular Lambo keyboard cases comes this 62-key IQKB mechanical keyboard. Built with 6063 aerospace-grade aluminum that's been anodized —the same treatment used on the MacBook Pro—this Apple-inspired keyboard will seamlessly complement an office or gaming setup Read More

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Branny
726
Dec 1, 2017
USB-C!
flacy
2
Dec 1, 2017
Can i use n-key rollover on this keyboard?
TheSkeleton
3095
Nov 30, 2017
thing is hecking sleek
diggergig
414
Dec 6, 2017
Haha, yeah! What the hell...? That must have been a heck of an evening for me. I was thinking of this trendy new word 'fleek,' but why I misread your perfectly reasonable prose - and even repeated it - is anyone's guess. My apple-logies.
TheSkeleton
3095
Dec 6, 2017
I just like that you pointed out sleek instead of "hecking"
julesallen
137
Nov 30, 2017
I keep seeing these smaller keyboards go by and the comments have been so valuable, thank you all. I've got the Code tenkeyless and really like it but ideally I'd like a slightly smaller form factor as I've got a standing desk that's really tiny by design (it's basically designed to hold a laptop and not much else).
What keyboard should I be on the lookout for? 1) Smaller than a regular tenkeyless; 2) has real dedicated arrow keys (hugely important to me); 3) Mac compatible; 4) Standard size keycaps 5) Not those ungodly gamer keyboard 70's computer show typefaces
I suppose its a given that it doesn't cost an arm and a leg. This one almost made it if it wasn't for #4. Thanks for any input you might have.
HotRoderX
754
Dec 4, 2017
thats true but its not standard I didn't want to be misleading cause standard key kit won't fit cause of the 1.75u shift. Though wish wish they just make them a standard option in all offerings. Cause 99% of the time the only key thats not standard on a board is that 1.75u shift
julesallen
137
Dec 5, 2017
Thanks to all of you. Appreciate the comments, I went with the Keywalker 68 in the end. I'm sure it's the beginning of a wallet-emptying obsession. New keycaps here I come!
WaffleSCHMXBLU
46
Nov 30, 2017
180 MSRP, yeah ok I'll buy this on ebay for half the "sale" price in a few months
In one sense, this layout is actually pretty alright. As a strictly left shift user, the odd right shift wouldnt bug me. Having 1.25u arrow keys pretty much means you'll never get replacement caps, which is a shame, because it looks like a pretty cool little board.
quwip10
0
Dec 3, 2017
OMG! I also use only the left shift! I've always been told this was weird and I'm so happy to hear I'm not the only one. It has never really affected my speed-typing, but I had recently been trying to force myself to use the right shift.
I often use the right shift as a FN key. If a keyboard has a split right shift, I'll generally use the 1u FN key as a Lock FN key and the Shift as a momentary FN key. Everyone types differently, and what works, works.
Finding ways to utilize a keyboard specifically to how you type is a huge part of the fun!
lol, again?
mrfunkface
30
Aug 30, 2017
Is anyone else getting issues with ctrl+alt+del? Del (fn+backspace) works fine as delete, but not the ctrl+alt+fn+backspace, neither or windows login, nor for task manager within windows. Nothing happens. It works fine if I press del on the laptop keyboard but of course that's not what I want...
mrfunkface
30
Aug 31, 2017
It's something to do with Fn+Backspace to generate Del for Ctrl+Alt+Del - it works if I double tap Backspace while holding down Ctrl+Alt+Fn but that's obviously not great.
Hansoap
3
Oct 5, 2017
Yes, this is a common thing. In the manual, it says to hold Fn + ctrl + caps and it unlocks. Sorry this is five weeks late but I hope it still helps.
Shalakazaam
549
Aug 13, 2017
if they increased the size of the right shift key, i would buy this keyboard in an instance. on a side note, is anybody aware of any sturdy aluminum cases that would fit my AJAZZ AK33 to replace the flimsy POS case it came with??
Hansoap
3
Aug 21, 2017
The reason the rshift is short is because they needed to make space for arrow keys, which I would much rather have. Most people only use lshift anyway.
TMBackstrom
156
Aug 13, 2017
Any pictures of the red and blue based complete keyboards?
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