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Adesso AKB-530UB Noir USB
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- Description du produit: Adesso AKB-530UB
- Interface de l'appareil: USB
- Facteur de forme du clavier: Standard
- Style de clavier: Droit
- Couleur: Noir
- Certification: FC, CE
- Longueur de câble: 1,9 m
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So I'm not a huge mechanical keyboard fanatic. I don't have Model Ms or Pok3rs or any of that sort. But I still know my stuff. Previously, I had a Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2013(MX Blues), Nixeus Moda V1(Kailh Browns), and Logitech G910(Omron Romer-G). I ended up gifting my BW Ultimate to a relative, and sold the Nixeus Moda V1 because I found out browns weren't for me. I had the G910, and I thought that was good enough for me. That was true, until I began to miss the clicky-ness of the blue switches.
I headed over to PcPartPicker and dawdled over the lists of mechanical keyboards there, and I found this hidden gem at a steal of $42. This was before a lot of the other TKL keyboards, such as the Redragon ones, were out and popular.
The keyboard itself is built pretty well. It seems that most of the tenkeyless keyboards use the same outer case mould, with the two(in this case, blue) LEDs for caps and scroll lock) and otherwise simple casing. The keyboard has nice rubber feet, and even the pop-out feet in the back are covered in rubber. It's got a steel plate, making the keyboard super rigid.
The switches feel a lot more consistent than my previous Kailh keyboard, the Nixeus Moda V2. On that keyboard, I could feel which keys has less tactile feedback when typing regularly. On this keyboard, it's extremely difficult to tell. I do think that these Kailh Blues are slightly less tactile than their Cherry MX counterparts, though. The cable is of a rather thick rubber, and can be rerouted through the left, middle, or right channels which are underneath the keyboard. I do wish this cable was detachable, but at this price point I probably can let that slide. If you do pick up a grifti tenkeyless keyboard case for this, having the attached wire is kind of a pain in the butt. It works though.
The KEYCAPS though.
Man, they're some pretty low quality stuff. It's cheap ABS plastic, and you can feel it. I'm fine with cheap keycaps as long as they work. The real killer though is the printing. It's some sort of white print which is on top of the keycap itself, and if you type or game a lot, it'll easily show signs of wear or even rub off in a mere week. Thankfully, this keyboard uses a standard layout and standard cherry stabilizers, so you can easily pick up any ansi keycap set for Cherry MX switches and swap out the stock keycaps. I bought some front-printed PBT keycaps from GeekKeys for about $30. It was a bit of a hard buy considering the price of the keyboard, but they've held up extremely well. They have a matte/rough texture, as with most PBT keycaps, which feels lovely to type on. Front print also means that the legends will technically never wear out since you don't type on them. I put up a picture of the keyboard with the keycaps if you want to see how they look.
I've been using this keyboard daily since october/november 2015, and it's still going strong. No failed switches, no double-clicking of any sort. I play a TON of FPS, and this keyboard has withstood my mad WASD mashing when rocketjumping in TF2. I also love the size of the keyboard. My XXL mousepad has even more space and both of my hands are closer together when gaming, which results in a more comfortable gaming session.
These are the same switches you'll find in Thermaltake Poseidons, Das Keyboards, and yes, Razer too. Kailh might be a clone, but they got the message and their quality is top notch. Cherry, I know I'll have at least two duds - zero duds here. Consistency is perfect. Stabilizers are Cherry style and well lubricated - no cheaping out with Costar wire junk here! And this thing is so solidly build - it's over 2 pounds and is suitable as a melee weapon! Dominate the battlefield - and then go type a novel.
It's better than keyboards that cost twice as much. It's better than keyboards that cost THREE TIMES AS MUCH because it doesn't ping!
But seriously, the keycaps are the worst ever. Since you just saved over fifty bucks, spoil yourself with the Mercedes-Benz of keycaps - doubleshot PBT - and still spend less than you would on any competing keyboard.
Vortex White Doubleshot PBT Keycaps Black with White infill - 104 Keycaps for Mechanical Keyboards (cherry switches compatible)
Cons: WORST keycaps in human history, ugly font, pad printed POORLY at that you can literally scratch off the legends with minimal effort.
Case has a moderate amount of flex to it.
No backlighting,no real extra features of any sort or kind honestly.
Cable is hard wired which i'm fine with but the cable itself feels fairly cheap which is worrysome since it's hard wired.
Keyboard doesn't even come with a keypuller....I mean this this is more barebones than even $30 mechs I have reviewed before.
The PCB looks incredibly thin and cheaply made, I'd feel not so comfortable trying to replace a switch on this PCB were the need to arise.
The Cherry Stabilizers used while not as rattly as some I have used were not lubed well and you can feel resistance more than the other keys.
While the plastic of the case is matte it is VERY shiny and will pickup finger oils VERY quickly.
Price is a bit high compared to other available alternatives for less or on the same playing field with more features.
Pros: Switches are consistent across the board, The Kailh Blues used feel crisp and are only a tad stiffer than their MX Blue counterparts.
Keyboard has a classic look that would fit into any office without screaming (gamer) besides the ugly as hell keycap font.
Cable routing system for the hard wired cable makes it easy to route the cable to your liking.
While not Cherry Or Gateron, Kailh switches are a better option than some of the lesser options we see on budget boards such as Outemu or Zorro or greetech or similar.
All in all you can do better for your money IMO with other boards on the market, the budget Mech space is VERY competitive right now and this board would have been easier to recommend 5-6 years ago. But now much better options exist for the same or a lesser price.
Final verdict: Avoid 2/5