Ducky MIYA Pro Panda R2 White LED 65% Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky MIYA Pro Panda V2 Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Blue thumbnail Cherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Brown thumbnail Cherry MX Brown
Cherry MX Red thumbnail Cherry MX Red
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnail Cherry MX Silent Red
Varmilo EC Daisy V2 thumbnail Varmilo EC Daisy V2
Varmilo EC Rose V2 thumbnail Varmilo EC Rose V2
Varmilo EC Ivy V2 thumbnail Varmilo EC Ivy V2
Varmilo EC Sakura V2 thumbnail Varmilo EC Sakura V2



  • White LED Primary LEDs: White
  • White LED Control LEDs: White


  • Compact 65% form factor
  • White LED backlight
  • Thick Dye Sub PBT keycaps
  • Varmilo EC or Cherry switches
  • Two-stage height adjustable feet
  • Updated Panda colorway

Details and Specifications

Brand Ducky
Model MIYA Pro
Size 65%
Switch Stems MX
Physical Layout ANSI
Logical Layout US QWERTY
Frame Color Black
Frame Top Material Plastic
Frame Bottom Material Plastic
Primary LED Color White
Control LED Color White
Hotswap Sockets No
USB Key Rollover Full
Multimedia Keys Yes
Switch Mount Type Plate
Built in Audio Port No
Built in Mic Port No
Interface(s) USB-C
Windows Compatible Yes
Mac Compatible Yes
Linux Compatible Yes
Cord Length 60 inches

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  • I like this keyboard. I have several Miya.
    Just want to encourage everyone to read the manual carefully.
    To the problem in the previous post,
    Press Fn PgUp, number line swaps to number row (PgUp light on, PgDn light off)
    Press Fn PgDn, number line swaps to F row (PgDn light on, PgUp light off)
    So, to solve the problem, just press Fn PgUp.

  • I want to like this keyboard but I can't stand that they placed the function keys (f1-12) on the numbers and to press a number you have to hold down function. That includes for typing characters located on the number keys. For example instead of typing "2" I have to press FN 2. To get "!" I have to press FN Shift 1. Why in the world didn't they make the F1-12 keys the function press since you utilize those far less.

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