Ducky One 2 TKL RGB Cherry MX Speed Silver Switch Mechanical Keyboard
New Bezel Design
The new mechanical keyboard bezel design shares a similar sleek frame as it’s predecessor, but the One 2 incorporates dual colours on the bezel to match all varieties of keycap colourways.
PBT Seamless Double-Shot Keycaps
To stand out in the crowd we chose to use PBT seamless double- shot keycaps on this mechanical keyboard. It is designed and engineered in a way to provide the user with the best durability and typing experience. Varieties of colourways available.
German Made Switches
Cherry MX switches has a lifespan of over 50 million operations. Standard cross-shaped design allows user to replace keycaps with ease. Lean more on different switch types--> here
Switch Type: Ducky One 2 TKL RGB Cherry MX Speed Silver Switches
Actuation Force: 45g
Actuation Point: 1.2mm
Total Travel Distance: 4mm
Sound Level: Quiet
Rated Lifespan: 50 million keystrokes per key
Keyboard Indicator Lights
To alert you when Caps Lock, Scroll Locks and Num Lock buttons are activated. In addition all the keys will be lit during LED modes.
3 Level Adjustable Feet
The One 2 can be adjusted into three placement angles, optimising typing comfortably and legend visibility.
Detachable USB Type-C Cable
Detachable USB Type-C cable provides convenience to users. We use USB HID with the highest frequency of 1000Hz polling rate, meaning the keyboard is sending its input signal(s) to your PC 1000 times per second. This feature minimizes the delay of when the keys are being pressed and signal received by the computer.
USB N-Key Rollover (USB NKRO) and Dual-layer PCB
Under USB, keyboard can handle any number of simultaneous key presses. You can use the keyboard confidently in any situations knowing that there will never be ghosting or key blocking issue. This will give longer life expectancy as well as signal stability of the keyboard.
Recommended for: Fast-paced gaming. The Cherry MX Speed is the only switch in the Cherry MX family that isn’t categorised by the colour of its stem (It’s grey, in case you were wondering). Cherry most likely produced this switch to compete against the newer switch types with a higher actuation points.
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