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MelGeek Mojo68 65% Wireless RGB Hot-Swappable Keyboard

MelGeek Mojo68 65% Wireless RGB Hot-Swappable Keyboard

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The MelGeek Mojo68 is an impressive compact board that brings a ton of style and quality to the table. Its 65% layout means you’ve still got full arrow keys without the footprint associated with larger boards—and because it supports Bluetooth 5.1 and 2.4-gigahertz wireless connectivity, it’ll drop right onto your desk (or anywhere else) without issue Read More

Sep 2, 2022
Is it possible to change this keyboard to AZERTY??
I bought one of these from Mojo a while back; they're great keyboards. Keep in mind: these are high-end pre-builts, not customs. What that means in this case is they are designed to function well and be pleasant to use, but not for regular opening, maintenance, or modding. It's definitely possible to open one - but you probably don't want to, and it would very likely cause visible damage. If what you're looking for is a good keyboard you don't have to fool with, the Mojo68 is a great option. The only thing on the whole keeb that may need some work are the stabilizers - but thankfully the PCB is hot-swap and the stabs are plate-mount, meaning no major disassembly is required to tune them. Plate mount stabs aren't generally my first choice for a custom, but I think they make perfect sense for this application. So yeah - the gasket mounting is pretty good, the plastic plate actually contributes to a less harsh typing feel along with those gaskets, and the aesthetics are very distinctive. Looking at this case, I can tell the inside was meant to be seen, and I appreciate that level of thoughtfulness. The G-pro switches are great; I have a hard time thinking of a better stock option for a keeb like this. All the possible cap options are profiles designed by MelGeek, which is pretty cool. Personally I find MCR the easiest for typing. MG is tall and spherical, MDA is a pretty standard height but has wide, shallowly-scooped surfaces - maybe not the best for touch-typing but very comfortable.
I got the Monster variant when it was still on Kickstarter, this keyboard is sooooo good. The finish and build just scream quality, and it feels very heavy and sturdy (aka NOT really for portable uses). The 3 ways of connecting make it really convenient to use on any device(Bluetooth, radio dongle and wired with USB-C). The photos don't really show it well, but it does have backlight, mine is only white LED but it looks great.
May 19, 2022
Well, pleasantly surprised to see this was shipped super early (May 10th for me, instead of August). It's waiting at the post office to be picked up. So yeah, good on Melgeek for turning things around, hopefully the quality holds up too.
Apr 20, 2022
Where is the deal here?. Cheaper from them with a 10% coupon. Drop has no deals.
Apr 25, 2022
Yeah I don't get why he thinks you're trolling lol
Yaderb11Not sure you saw the wrong price or it has been changed since then, Melgeek is selling it at $230, even with 10% off coupon Drop is still cheaper. Anyone old enough should compare the final price with tax/shipping on his/her own to figure out which site is the better deal. So I don't make that judgment for anyone else.
Mar 16, 2022 "We will not be running Melgeek products on our site in the future." What changed?
Apr 25, 2022
Well, not by me, that's for certain.
Apr 25, 2022
Je_SaistDid you not like it or simply not get yours?
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