Magicforce 21-Key Mechanical Numpad V2
Magicforce 21-Key Mechanical Numpad V2
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Whether you’re entering large amounts of data, doing your taxes, or playing Garry’s Mod, a dedicated numpad comes in handy. This one from Magicforce features 21 backlit keys and a removable USB cable Read More
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kodis
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Dec 25, 2020
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Nice keypad with solid construction but a non-defeatable backlight.
In general I like this keypad. I bought mine with the Cherry Brown key switches to match the keys in my main 10 keyless keyboard, so I like the key action. The construction seems nice and solid. I only wish that there were an easy way to turn off the somewhat gaudy backlighting. Perhaps I'll open it up and see what I can do in that regard in the future.
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obeals
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Jan 5, 2021
On mine it is fn+5.
kodis
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Jan 5, 2021
Hey, you're right! Thanks for the tip. Hitting fn+5 is much easier than pulling it apart and trying to hack it up!
TheGassmann
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Dec 18, 2020
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Fantastic
Sadly it takes awhile for drop to ship to Australia. But there's nothing negative I can say about the numpad. It's fantastic!
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james.roberts
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Dec 8, 2020
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It’s fine not great.
I’ll echo what most have said. *It works as advertised. *Would have preferred usb c but it’s mini ( not even micro ) *Not programmable, but most keys seem to work with autohotkey * Ide like the option to completely remove the acrylic case it but I’m not sure that’s easily accomplished. * stabs are little noisy * despite there being a plate, the keys seem to be soldered. I could be wrong but I tried prying a few up and they weren’t budging. I didn’t want to pry too hard if soldered. Wish they weren’t so I could swap out, (re)lube etc.
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Pwnmode
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Dec 3, 2020
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Good. Not custom or programmable but its not bad.
Veckincile
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Dec 1, 2020
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Really good
Clickety-clack, the only downside of this being the mini usb every other facet of this product is amazing and far more than overwhelms the bad.
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Kabbom
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Dec 1, 2020
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Great experience... atleast most of it
I barely have anything to complain about on this numpad... outside of mini usb and the stabilizers, which are fine but not great... outside of that I have been enjoying it a lot.
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T.Pineapples
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Nov 21, 2020
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Quality build
It's got a nice weight to it, the acrylic bottom is clear and provides a nice tent. Really enjoying this one.
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MisterAngstrom
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Nov 17, 2020
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Solid numpad
Does anyone have a recommendation for keycaps that would allow the backlight to shine through? Possibly the same color scheme, or at least all white or all black.
pewpewmcpanda
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Nov 18, 2020
I believe you can grab the vortex pbt shine through which works well. Comes in both black and white. https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1003
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jmatthew
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Oct 22, 2020
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I like it in principle, but replaced it pretty quickly
I really liked the idea of a mechanical numpad. This one looked cool, I dug the clicky blues and the backlight, and I was willing to bite the bullet on the wire. I'm taking an accounting class and having a keyboard without a numpad for my chromebook was a pain. As others have mentioned, the function keys don't work on non-windows machines. That limits its functionality for excel because you don't have an equals or dollar sign. Annoying, but willing to work through it. The other issue was if I hit two keys in too close of succession I would get duplicates. Like typing "123" all in a row would print "111222333" -- I realized it's because the "click" of the next key would trip the previous key again if it was still semi-pressed. This was very frustrating, though might be limited to the Gateron Blue version. Those things together with not having a good place to route the wire for where I wanted to use/store it on my desk bugged me enough that I ordered a different external numpad that was wireless with a 28-key layout to get the fn characters I couldn't access. Maybe I'll come back to the mechanical at some point, I do like the feel of using it.
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Nros
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Oct 3, 2020
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Great into to the company
I bought it for my wife, it works well, switches and caps are all of good quality.
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