Jelly Key - Arcade cabinets 2.0: classic never dies
As craftsmen, designers, and art lovers, our mission is to bring ideas to life, and more magically, to something that fits right on your mechanical keyboards. In this way, you can surround yourself with craftwork masterpieces that are filled with loads of creativity, escaping the virtual world where mass-produced products can be found anywhere. So, where do we get our inspiration? You might ask. The answer, my dear, lie around us all. With a bit of luck, we can stumble on it every step of the way. And when it comes, you just have to stop and grasp the chance.
once again, it’s a golden era
This time, our Jelly Key artisans went back in time to 40 years ago. They took a trip to one of the most iconic eras of pop culture in the 1980s, where arcade games were taking the whole world by storm, scattering around every corner of their birthplace continents. Since there were no do-overs on this time-travelling trip, we...
Placed my order at the beginning of the month, no tracking was provided when it was shipped out on the 7th and still no sign of them. Went through costumer support but still no reply and the automated response keeps linking me to Zomo kitty paw pad keycaps for some reason (if their delayed merc arrival is related I wouldn't know since the page does not mention Astrolokeycaps at all) It's my first purchase on Drop so maybe I'm missing something?
A Drop ENTR Review
This review is dedicated to anyone, like me, who was wondering “Why would I consider a $90 Mechanical Keyboard?” The last keyboard I "bought" was a $12 Rosewill keyboard for my gaming PC, and the bluetooth Apple Keyboard that came with my iMac is pretty nice… both functional after years of use, but I saw a giveaway contest for the Drop ENTR, and I had to enter and find out what mechanical keyboards have to offer. Short answer, these heavy, springy keyboards have a premium feel, and considering you have to feel keyboards to use them, I would recommend them as nice work from home upgrades that you can personalize.
First of all, thanks to Drop for sending me the ENTR after their Twitter giveaway, and allowing me to check out BOTH versions of the mechanical switches. I used the Gateron Yellow switches (in the two tone gray/green keyboard) for two weeks, then the Halo True switches on a black ENTR for two more exclusive weeks, before coming together to share a review...