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Offline chyros

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ABKO K935P V2 keyboard review (Topre clones)
« on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 06:04:24 »
Today we finally get to take a look at Topre clones! It's been way too long xD . These very much appear to be 45 g NiZ switches. Hope you enjoy the video! :)

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Offline Avi_

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Re: ABKO K935P V2 keyboard review (Topre clones)
« Reply #1 on: Fri, 01 May 2020, 08:50:36 »
When watching Chyrosran reviews, you must understand that he's a heavy typer, he's bashing those vintage keyboards all day and he can't fell subtle things like Cherry MX Brown tactile bump! Hahaha.

Anyway, I purchased this keyboard after watching this video. Chyrosran describes it "quite similar to Topre 45g". I'd say it feels nothing like Topre 45g. In my opinion, this keyboard feels lighter than Topre 45g as much as Topre 45g feels lighter than Topre 55g. The sound is indeed pleasant and unique. The switches are slightly more scratchy than Topre, especially when pressed off center. Nothing serious though.

I also found (after a week of use) that this keyboard is fully programmable. You can reprogram both the main layer and the Fn layer.

Overall, I like this keyboard. I like light keyboards in general, and right now I'm using it instead of Topre R2 45g it's lighter and its muffled sound is more interesting.
« Last Edit: Fri, 01 May 2020, 10:11:18 by Avi_ »