Noppoo Nano 75-S

Noppoo Nano 75-S

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Designed for narrow desk space, the 60% Noppoo Nano 75-S mechanical keyboard is widely compatible with most operating systems. The 75 keys have the potential to be fully programmable with macros and customization Read More

May 23, 2017
Hello guys,we have the Nano75s in stock now,and we want to do the drops for the classic nano keyboard for those who love this ,and if you guys interested hope you can help us to vote,many thanks
May 12, 2016
I love the look, layout, and switches on this keyboard. Sometimes when I use the modifiers in the lower left (ctrl or alt) with another key (like ctrl+c or cmd+w) the input gets stuck and it repeats my input until I hit another key. This means that sometimes I'll accidentally close all my open windows in an app (cmd+w) or paste something hundreds of times (ctrl+v) by accident -- only able to stop if I can hit something (usually escape) fast enough. Anyone else notice an issue like this? Could it be user error? Is this a feature that I'm accidentally activating sometimes? It would be nice to have a fix, it happens enough that I'm starting to look elsewhere for a replacement.
Apr 2, 2016
Just found a video, the boss of PLUM (for Noppoo) explaining design and functionality of the dual-mode (USB + bluetooth) RGB backlit Nano 75. His choice of the 'lightning' connector was that it is more robust than the micro-USB; I am not sure if he is informed about that some/most of the lightning connectors in the market are not compatible with the usage on this keyboard. He didn't mentioned the switch, but mostly the RGB lighting and the 3 layers with 1 fully programmable. Anyways, models with all kind of mechanical switches (including the Topre cone) have been spotted so far. These dual-mode RGB models are super quickly gone on Taobao itself in mainland China, and almost never made it to the overseas market.
Mar 4, 2016
Update several min later: I found it... with the cable...under the bottom layer of the package... ==== The keyboard has arrived... too bad that there is one key cap lost... Anyone has idea about what happened? Just a defect or they just want to show off the switch and hide key cap somewhere?
Mar 1, 2016
The vendor informed us that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse. Based on the tracking provided, the order is scheduled to arrive 3/4.
Sometimes shipments get delayed en route, but we will keep the group updated throughout the fulfillment process and notify you all if anything causes delay.
Thank you for your patience. Expect an update from us on 3/8 or sooner if something comes up.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (
Feb 20, 2016
I assume the other end of the lightning cable is USB?
Feb 16, 2016
Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Noppoo Nano 75-S and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them. The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 3/15.
We will keep the group updated throughout the fulfillment process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 3/1.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (
Feb 9, 2016
Somewhat of a mech keyboard noob here. Are 60% layouts the same as far as key spacing goes and actual key size? Just smaller around the edges and the like? Or are the actual keys and spacing different?
Feb 9, 2016
The key spacing is not different from larger keyboards :)
Feb 12, 2016
60% does not refer to the key spacing. it normally is used to describe keyboards that only have the standard alphanumeric section of the keyboard, i.e. without the cursor cluster, page movement cluster, function keys, or the number pad. This is normally around 61 keys. This particular "60%" keyboard is unusual in that it has function keys in addition to the standard alphanumerics.
Feb 9, 2016
decent kb. sometimes the keys stick though, which is a pretty big inconvenience
Feb 9, 2016
Suspect the keys stick due to being CherryMX Red's which are the weakest in their supply chain.
Maybe someone from MassDrop Central should arrange that their factory in China starts to use and fill out orders with CherryMX Clears which would never stick when used.
They should stop using Red's when constructing any type of keyboard if they want to be taken seriously, within the hardcore keyboard community ; )
Feb 9, 2016
So sad I cant afford a mechanical keyboard right now.... I learned about them from this site and now I hate my cheap Walmart keyboard, it feels horrible. I really don't know that much about mech boards but I like the idea of a more responsive key set, and hopefully less finger strain.
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