Varmilo x MK x Ducky MIYA Pro Flare Star Wireless Special Edition Mechanical Keyboard

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$155.00
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SKU: MYD68NA020__A0A01A020
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Ducky x Varmilo x MK MIYA Pro Flare Star Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Kailh BOX White thumbnailKailh BOX White
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$155.00
Kailh BOX Brown thumbnailKailh BOX Brown
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$155.00
Kailh BOX Red thumbnailKailh BOX Red
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$155.00
Kailh Pro Speed Pink thumbnailKailh Pro Speed Pink
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$155.00
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
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$165.00
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
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$165.00
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
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$165.00
Kailh BOX Navy thumbnailKailh BOX Navy
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$165.00
Kailh BOX Thick Jade thumbnailKailh BOX Thick Jade
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$165.00
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
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$175.00

Keycaps

Features

  • Varmilo x MK x Ducky limited edition MIYA Pro collaboration
  • Supports Bluetooth connectivity on up to 3 devices
  • PBT 'Dye Sub all over' keycap print allows for incredibly unique dark-on-dark modifiers and beautiful colorway
  • 65% layout with arrow keys
  • Detailed frame graphics
  • Bonus Limited Edition Flare Star keycap keychain
  • Bonus Flare Star blue on white spacebar + Bonus Flare Star Escape key + additional bonus caps for wireless mode indicator LEDs
  • USB-C cable included to charge and connect

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Details and Specifications

BrandDucky x Varmilo x MK
ModelMIYA Pro
Size65%
Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Interface(s)Wireless,USB-C
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes

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  • This keyboard is a definite five for me, though it may not be for everyone. For starters, out of the box, the board did not work the moment I plugged it in. I had to charge it a bit and then connect it via bluetooth to get it running (on my Mac). This is not a huge burden, but there's no manual with the board, and it took me a little time to figure this out.

    My use for the keyboard is entirely typing in various word processors, notetaking programs, and web apps. I write a lot both for work and for pleasure, but I do not game, code, or do too much else with my computer besides typical browsing, surfing etc. After doing some research, I chose Kailh White switches, after have used blue and brown switches on a Vortex Pok3r keyboard and a Das Keyboard. When I started typing on the new board, the feeling was strange, and I didn't particularly like it: the key travel felt a lot shorter than I was used to. After fifteen minutes, I was in love. My typing stroke naturally adjusted, and now I type faster and more comfortably than before.

    As to the rest, the construction seems great, and there are no strange noises or jittering, or anything of the sort. The board also looks great, and is every bit as colorful and fun as it looks in the pictures. My only concern is that I'm used to the Pok3r's open keyboard design, which I could clean more often by just blowing under the keys to clear out any accumulated dust or crumbs.

    On the whole, I couldn't be happier. I haven't noticed the lag that other people describe with the Bluetooth, but since I don't game, it really doesn't matter to me. Finally, I don't care about the backlighting at all and haven't played around with it, so if you are worried about that, it may be one other potential issue. I can see a bit of lighting behind the 1 key when the board is on, but it's not particularly bright.

  • This keyboard is really really nice. I got it with kailh box white, which are amazing switches. The build quality is great, no ping. It's p weird that it goes into wireless mode when you take out the wire and the wireless is only Bluetooth which definitely has a noticeable delay. Wired there is no noticeable delay. The design is also sick. The keycaps feel smooth, I would prefer a more rough texture but it's not a problem for me. Overall this is the best keyboard I have ever bought, I would recommend this to anyone.

  • Wireless was the last thing on the checklist for the Miya Pro. A UGREEN USB bluetooth adapter was included in the box which is awesome. Device paring/switching/connectivity has been flawless. The keyboard is solidly built and has a good heavy feel. There is no backlighting on this board except for the handful of LEDs to indicate bluetooth/battery/FN row status, you won't be able to solder additional LEDs as the PCB does not support it. Media functions (Play/Pause/Mute/Vol /-) works fine on Windows. Too bad the Varmilo EC2 switches are not available on the wireless version only Cherry and Kalih. There is some spring ping with the MX Browns that can be heard but overall quality is really good and keycaps feels great.

  • I have been waiting for a wireless Miya Pro for a long time, so I bought it as soon as it released. It has a 1200 mAh built-in battery.
    Really like the colorway and design. I got Kailh speed pink (clicky) which is smoother than Cheery MX blue in my opinion. I like it.
    The Bluetooth function works flawlessly. Nothing to complain about. It comes with a set of extra keycaps, which is a huge plus.
    One minor thing worth mentioning is that Varmilo's new "V-Silk PBT" keycaps have smoother textures.
    The indicator light is a bit too dim to see over the holes on the keycaps. This is the only thing I think can be improved.

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