Mistel Barocco MD 650L – Review

Mistel are a company that like to release unique products. Being one of the first to release a split design mechanical keyboard in the form of the Mistel Barocco, this was improved when they added RGB functionality a short while later.

Recently they have taken the Barocco down to a 60% design with low profile keys and an aluminium case, for those that require even more portability and an even more robust build.

These low-profile keys use the largely unknown Cherry ML switches, which are a compact design of the more popular Cherry MX switches used in practically every mechanical keyboard and are oft copied.

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