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Diffusing the Diffuser We love RGB, but we also understand that it’s not for everyone. The problem with integrated RGB designs is that even when you turn them off, the plastic diffusers are still visible—a byproduct of RGB that some users find visually unappealing. Solving this issue, the SENSE75 has its LED diffusers hidden on its underside of the keyboard, making them entirely invisible from standard viewing angles. When turned on, the subtle LED underglow casts on the desk surface providing a natural and pleasant looking halo. Turned off, the keyboard’s minimalist design takes over and keeps the focus on its soft lines and curved transitions.
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Applying the App We know how important it is to have full, customizable control over your keymappings and lighting options. That's why we’ve built a Windows- and Mac-compatible configurator application for the SENSE75—complete with an easy-to-use interface that lets you quickly customize your keys and lighting. Future versions of the application will allow you to share your creations as well. Stating Our Case(s) Adding to the SENSE75’s luxurious sensory experience is a gorgeous case made from CNC-machined, aircraft-grade aluminum. The exceptional build quality is apparent, even from the closest angles. Inspect the precision-chamfered edges, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a sharp corner anywhere on this keyboard. For those looking for something brighter than our standard Nightfall version, we’re releasing a special edition of the SENSE75 finished with a white electrophoretic coating. This process, commonly used in fine jewelry, creates a stunning clean white look while building on the natural metallic luster of the aluminum case.
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Turning the Knob When designing the SENSE75, it’s safe to say we left no knob unturned. Listening to community input, we knew our newest board would come equipped with a knob—and we took our time choosing the right one. We carefully analyzed over twenty different rotary encoders and debated the merits of each color, material, and finish. We settled on an aluminum knob with mountain knurling. This knurling pattern creates a very high-grip finish that requires a minimal amount of torque to spin. This is paired with the premium alps encoder that provides precision and a satisfying click as it rotates through each detent.
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Public_Nuisance
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Sep 23, 2022
Drop still cant diffuse a led properly, can still see exactly where all the lights are rather then it looking smooth
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McDoogle
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Aug 29, 2022
Will there be an online or Linux configurator for this? I only see Windows and Mac support listed. I DO use keyboards but I DO NOT use Windows or Mac. Will I be able to program this board without Windows or Mac, or should I just not buy it?
mrzk
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Aug 29, 2022
McDooglePretty sure it has QMK support
Devansh89
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Aug 29, 2022
Does this keyboard come with foam?
One question? If this keyboard is being released tomorrow, where are all of the preview reviews? Cannot find a single thing about this kit except here.
cgwilson
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Aug 28, 2022
The app for windows and mac is great and all. What about Linux support?
LordWinter
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Aug 29, 2022
cgwilsonNo Linux support? Oh well, I'll skip this one. My house is Apple and Microsoft free.
PetesMeats
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Aug 29, 2022
LordWinterweirdo but you like android “ no thanks we’re Apple and Microsoft free “ gross
Yaderb11
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Aug 28, 2022
Too expensive, there is better options for that price point barebones or not.
simon.poole
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Aug 28, 2022
Still only US layout? Come on Drop, step it up.
WHY WAIT UNTILL NEXT WEEK. JUST PURCHASE THE GMMK PRO. BARE BONES IS GOING TO CHEAPER THAN THIS KEYBOARD. THIS REALLY MAKES NO SENSE LOL. $350.00 AND THIS IS A EARLY BIRD SPECIAL. LMAO. THIS PEOPLE ARE CRAZY. SORRY I THINK I'LL JUST GET THE GMMK PRO AND CALL IT A DAY.
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SirIppo
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Aug 29, 2022
The keychron q1 is better than the gmmk pro.
antrosa91
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Sep 1, 2022
Juliog1001I have many keyboards and the gmmk pro and the typing experience On the GMMK at least for me is terrible and I have tried all the mods …you have plenty of better options. That being said hopefully Drop really did their homework with this board because it needs to be good to stand out with all the other satisfsction75 clones
SirIppo
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Aug 28, 2022
So this is a keychron q1 basically?
SirIppo
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Aug 28, 2022
Its dead on arrival. Maybe if they could be more competitive at $200 or $250.
antrosa91
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Sep 1, 2022
SirIpponothing is certain until we see board they could of went all out and made a super premium board
I'm currently zoned on a "white" thing. I have a distribution of keycaps to funnel through. I have not bought a "hobbyist" airbrush "painter tool" yet. It's quite the nice distribution through the colour spectrum when it comes to the keycaps. I even got a camo set with orange accents.
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