Ducky Mini Keyboard Review

It’s been a while since I have been able to review a gaming keyboard but that will change today as I review the latest keyboard from Ducky. The exceptionally compact Ducky Mini with Cherry MX Blue Switches.
Ducky as you will all know are a Taiwanese computer peripheral manufacturer whose specialty is in Cherry MX based backlit gaming keyboards. In just a few short years they have gone from relative obscurity in the UK to being one of the most well-known, which is no small feat.

Specifications

– Model Name: DKMI1461SD
– Type: Mechanical Keyboard
– Switch: Cherry MX mechanical switches
– Keycap material: ABS
– Legend printing: Lasered
– LED: Dual Color LEDs
– Interface: USB
– Simultaneous key input: USB N-Key Rollover (NKRO)
– PCB: Dual layer PCB
– Aluminum color: Silver, Gunmetal grey
– Dimensions: 295(L)x102(W)x38(H) mm
– Weight: 730g
– Origin of Production: Taiwan
– Price: £100

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