Dierya 60% Mechanical Gaming Keyboard True RGB Backlit Bluetooth 5.1 Wired/Wireless LED Computer Keyboard for Multi-Device iPhone Android Mobile PC Laptop
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Almost half the size of a full size keyboard, Dierya's DK63 has a 60% layout that is tailored made for gamers looking for a small, portable mechanical gaming keyboard!
The frame of the Dierya DK63 keyboard is made of hard plastic and has a sloping design with a step rising keybed that resembles a set of stairs. The height of the top row of key caps is 4cm high, while the bottom row of key caps is 3cm high. The DK63 keyboard weighs 600 grams and measures 29cm long and 10cm deep (wide) - about the size of the DK61E keyboard. One thing that annoyed me about this keyboard is the placement of the arrow keys right to the left of the shift key. It made me press the shift key instead of the up arrow key many times, since I wasn’t used to that placement. Fortunately, I got used to that after some time. Can Be Used Wired Or Wireless ModeJust like many mechanical keyboards, you can use a separate USB-A To USB-C in wired mode. That’s good since in case the cable got damaged or anything, you could easily replace it. That also means you can buy one of those beautiful coiled cables, like this one here:-
Giving its small size & customization options, Dierya DK63 is a great keyboard for artists that use a graphic tablet & want a small keyboard to use to input keyboard shortcuts. While you can literally use any keyboard for that, larger keyboards forces you to extend your arms a bit too much for that. In my opinion, 60% keyboard form factor are generally the ideal size for that purpose. And Finally The software allows you to create macros and assign them to any key. You can also customize the lights. You can choose between multiple solid colors or one of multiple RGB patterns. It’s worth noting you could change the RGB pattern by pressing FN + ? on the keyboard itself, even if the keyboard software it’s not installed.
Once you’re done, the changes are saved into the keyboard firmware. That means any other keyboard connected to your system won’t be affected. That makes Dierya DK63 a suitable to be used as a keyboard shortcuts device. Like most keyboards, the DK63 keyboard uses dummy switch stabilizers for the long keycaps to make them stable. The dummy switch stabilizers help minimize rattling and work well at keeping the long keycaps balanced. There is a metal keycap puller included along with the DK63 keyboard, which works better than a plastic keycap puller.