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Here at Drop, we’re no strangers to enthusiast-approved NJ80 Keyboard from Keydous. Having run a handful of different versions, we’re pleased to announce our latest run incorporates a few components from MOMOKA for a truly special look and feel Read More
Here at Drop, we’re no strangers to enthusiast-approved NJ80 Keyboard from Keydous. Having run a handful of different versions, we’re pleased to announce our latest run incorporates a few components from MOMOKA for a truly special look and feel. Starting with the latter, this iteration of the NJ80 comes equipped with MOMOKA’s Flamingo Switches for exceptionally consistent linear action with a heavier 67 grams of force required to operate. Atop the Flamingo Switches, MOMOKA’s Cherry-profile Mondrian Keycap Set adds a few colorful legend flourishes on mostly white keycap canvases, replicating the style of the famous French artist of the same name. Like other NJ80 releases, this MOMOKA-adorned version features a popular 75% layout with versatile three-way connectivity—plus a host of must-have features, including hot-swapability, NKRO anti-ghosting, and per-key RGB lighting.
Keydous NJ80 Keyboard
Case material: ABS
Plate material: Steel
Keycaps: MOMOKA Mondrian Keycap Set
Keycap material: Dye-sublimated PBT
Keycap profile: Cherry
Hot-swappable switch sockets
Switches: MOMOKA Flamingo Switches
Switch type: Linear
Per-key RGB lighting (south-facing)
Connectivity: Bluetooth, 2.4 Ghz wireless, USB-C
Battery capacity: 4400 mAh
MOMOKA Flamingo Switches
Operation force: 67 gf
Pretravel: 1.9 mm
Total travel: 3.9 mm
Stem material: POM
Upper housing material: PC
Base material: Nylon
Spring material: Steel (dual-rate)
Estimated ship date is Jan 23, 2023 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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