Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard - Best Backlit Keyboard in 2018
Are you looking for any recommended backlit keyboard?
For me, I would suggest that you should buy Logitech K800 wireless illuminated keyboard. This keyboard is premium wireless keyboards with backlit keys that provide excellent brightness in any conditions (dark). Mores, it will ease the typing, gaming, more.
Here are some "Pros" of this keyboard:
Stylish and ergonomic
Wireless to keep space neat
Long lasting battery
High compatibility: Compatible with Windows® XP, Windows Vista® , Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Dropout-Free 2.4GHz Connection
Why you should pick Logitech K800 Wireless Backlit Keyboard :
Computing systems render me irate. Fundamentally and deeply irate. Systems are bereft of user experience layout that is acceptable or high quality assurance.
As such, I've broken many a computer keyboard. Back in five-years of hour work weeks I've only broken two K800s. One contrary to the head of a coworker, one other after hammering the...
GMK Wavez is a collaboration between Biip, Janglad and myself, Enjoy. The spirit of the set originally stemmed from my love for keyboards, headphones and flashy yet modern colours. This soon turned into a big collaborative effort to make GMK Wavez one of the most unique keyset on the market. After countless hours of rendering, making novelties and disputing over the most miniscule details we felt like we truly had shaped a product worthy of your keyboards.
So if you guys like that set and want to make it happen, please vote for your favorite kits !
List of the kits
I decided to make the base set of Wavez as simple as possible but at the same time compatible with most of the "basic" layouts.
That base kit is a core set only if you want the "normal" alphas, We also offered, two others other standalone alpha kits to compliment the icon mods kit, We feel like this is a very economical approach...
GMK Prepress brings you the purest form of primary printing colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. I believe this set will give your whole keyboard layout a retro yet modern look, fits many different basic keyboard case colors such as black, grey, white, yellow and many more.
IDEA: Process Printing / CYMK Separation
The idea behind the color scheme is process printing/CMYK separation, which revolves in many graphic designer's job in preparing files before sending them to offset printing. As you can see, the color sequences are visible in each modifiers' row: R1 row embodies Cyan, R2 row for Magenta, and so on until the bottom rows that represents Black color.
PREPRESS CORE SET
The Core Set are designed to fit most common keyboard layouts, from 60% to full-sized keyboard, including ESC and ENTER accent keys as well as ISO-Enter keycap.
EXTRA KITS (Sold Separately)
Poster Alphas (a.k.a alternate colorway alphas that includes alternate F-keys...
Just throwing this out there to see if there would an interest on having the key cap set used for on the CTRL be available to purchase on its own. I have a 60% keyboard. I love the look and feel of the CTRL keycaps and I would like to use them on it.
In light of the Satisfaction 75 extras that went on sale this past Sunday, I have been enjoying using mine at work as a daily driver. The 75% layout is sweet and I've repurposed the f-row to showpiece and flex some of the best artisans in the community!
Featuring SA Oblivion and keycaps from @JellyKey, @DwarfFactory, S-Craft, and Primecaps - all of whom make excellent SA resin-casted artisans. Notable personal favorites include the keycaps from the Anura and Kizushi series, who can resist cute frogs and sushi?
At the time of this post, Dwarf Factory has the new Gnarly Drakon live on our site. It's sold over an astonishing amount of over 900 in just 3 and a half days. If you haven't joined already, don't miss out because chances are that this artisan won't be returning!
I've been talking to the DF team about future sculpts and currently we are brainstorming some exciting new ideas in the coming months.
What type of artisans would you guys like to see on...
I'm currently using a Drop Alt with Kailh copper switches as my main driver, but have been thinking about going to something more "ortho." I tried an ergodox, which was a complete failure (it's for sale on ebay right now if anyone is looking for one). I'm thinking about some other option in an ortholinear, potentially split, though I'm not certain about the split part yet, so maybe something that can be split but doesn't need to be. I need backlit keys, and would prefer hot swappable switches, or even a board with no switches, as I'm probably going to stick with the coppers for a while.
Any experience with other ortholinears? Are they really a huge change from the standard staggered layout?
Any thoughts on what might be out there and interesting? I saw there were a couple of drops here, but nothing that's current... What would almost be ideal would be an ortholinear version of the Alt with a split that can either be used or not, depending on the situation and preference.
I'm sure most community members are aware of or have heard of JTK keycaps. Established in 2014, they are the manufacturer behind popular sets like JTK Arctic, Hana, Aqua, Photostudio and Hyperfuse. Their goal to make high quality and affordable can be seen by their keycaps of thick ABS plastic and doubleshot legends. Throughout the years, they have continued to improve and refine their colors and designs, producing many sets for the community. All of them are sold as one base kit with compatibility for multiple, if not all, layouts.
Typically offered in Cherry profile, I'm excited to announce that I have been communicating with JTK on the release of their newest profile offering - Half-SA, or HSA. HSA is a new, spherical and sculpted profile influenced as a short variation of the popular SA profile. It comes in doubleshot ABS with a smooth and glossy finish. Based on feedback around the community, JTK has developed a few simple HSA sets through preliminary...
Hi. I am looking for a case for my MinVan. I find a lot of 60% keyboard cases but I don't find any specific for 40%. I assume that most of them work for a 40% too but is there anyone anyone have actually tried and can recommend? I have some custom keycaps that are a bit higher than the normal profile.
Thank you all in advance.