Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard

Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard

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Product Description
The TKO 60% Barebones Keyboard Kit from Kinesis is a slick little kit that provides a ton of style and control. The contoured case with smooth, rounded edges and the matching lighting diffusers on the side give the board itself a futuristic, sci-fi look Read More

A Compact Board With Space for Control

The TKO 60% Barebones Keyboard Kit from Kinesis is a slick little kit that provides a ton of style and control. The contoured case with smooth, rounded edges and the matching lighting diffusers on the side give the board itself a futuristic, sci-fi look. But perhaps the most notable feature is the presence of three spacebar slots to allow for more precise triggers while gaming or typing—with assignability options to expand that spacebar control to other functions. The TKO is engineered with zero-degree slope, which works great for those who find five- or six-degree typing angles to lack ergonomics. If you do prefer a steeper slope, you can use the included five-degree legs. The kit ships with everything you’ll need—except switches and keycaps—and it even includes MX-compatible dust covers for the two extra spacebar switches, in case you want to forgo the three-switch spacebar.

Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard
Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard
Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard
Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard
Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard
Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard
Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard
Kinesis TKO 60% Barebones Mechanical Keyboard

Specs

  • Kinesis
  • 61 or 63 key configuration
  • Space bar can be configured for 6.25u or as a split with 2.25u - 1.75u – 2.25u
  • Hot-swappable sockets
  • Dual-zone, per-key RGB lighting
  • CIY programmable
  • Connectivity: USB-C
  • 1 ms response time
  • NKRO compatible
  • Weight: 20 oz (0.6 kg)
  • Dimensions: 11.6 x 4.5 x 1.3 in. (29.5 x 11.4 x 3.3 cm)

Included

  • Keyboard
  • Stabilizers
  • MX-compatible dust covers
  • USB-C cable
  • Owners manual

Shipping

Estimated ship date is Aug 15, 2022 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.

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This is a skip... This kit is currently selling on Amazon. Buy it there so you can return it when you realize what a bad kit this is. This keyboard has numerous design problems. First off, in order to configure the keyboard, you have to use the SmartSet features by holding down the SmartSet key, Right Shift, and pressing some other key. To indicate whether the feature was turned on or off, another key blinks 4 or 2 times like morse code. You have to remember what 4 blinks means and what 2 blinks means. But guess which key blinks? The one under my thumb! Which means I have to be careful to press this key on the edge so I can see how many times it's blinking. Next, this keyboard has different RGB settings, but it doesn't have per key settings. That means I can't do something like have my Caps Lock key change color to indicate that Caps Lock is active. But get this. This keyboard does have a Caps Lock indicator! They decided to put it down by the middle spacebar, where it's difficult to see, and they also put a Game Mode indicator down there, so now I have to remember which is which. And about that RGB lighting, it can't be dimmed. It's always full force, 100%, in my face. Or off. I opted for off. Because with the RGB at 100%, the reflection in my monitor is distracting. Not cool.
Jun 28, 2022
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Kane11I11
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Yes you have to push a key combo to get it into a configurable mode. By no means do you need to pay attention to the blinks to know what's going on though. The software does a good enough job at...Read More
Jul 2, 2022
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What is up with that 7th photo? Does this thing have feet that let it tilt sideways?!
Jun 28, 2022
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Kane11I11
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Yes, you can use the legs for both positive and negative tilt, it also allows tenting to the left and right.Read More
Jul 2, 2022