While I have been a huge fan of TenKeyLess keyboards, for those who don’t have a lot of desktop space and especially for LANs. I recently jumped into smaller form factors, I took a look at the 60% Infinity and even bought a Poker 2 as well for my personal collection. I love the 60% boards but if you are used to a TKL you might miss a few things. For me it is the direction pad. Well because of that I had my eye on an interesting keyboard from Keycool called the Hero 84 that pack most of the keys that you get on a TKL into a smaller format, similar to the 60% keyboards. Well Massdrop was nice enough to help get a sample from Keycool and I have been using it off and on for nearly a month in between our other keyboard reviews. Today I can finally sit down and recap how it has performed and go into detail on what the Hero 84 is all about.

Product Name: Keycool Hero 84

Review Sample Provided by: Keycool/Massdrop

Written by Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE

 

Specifications
Colors available Black or White
Number of keys 84
Keyboard layout 75%
Switches Available Kailh brown or blue or Cherry MX black, red, blue, brown, and green
Backlighting Yes, white or blue available
NKRO 21-key rollover with USB, n-key rollover with PS2
Keycaps PBT with laser engraved legends

 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #36858 23 Jul 2015 19:38
Today I take a look at something a little different. A Keyboard with its size being similar to the 60% keyboards but with nearly all of the keys that you would find on a TKL. Enjoy!

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