Ducky Shine 2 TKL Taiwanese Red LED Mechanical Keyboard

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Ducky Shine 2 TKL Taiwanese Red LED Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown



  • Red LED Primary LEDs: Red
  • Red LED Control LEDs: Red


  • Standard Lighting Modes: Full Backlit, 80% Backlit & Selected Keys Backlit (with 2 Configurable Profiles)
  • Pulsing Mode: Keys get brighter progressively and gradually fades away
  • Reactive Mode: Keys light up when depressed

Details and Specifications

ModelShine 2
Switch StemsMX
Primary LED ColorRed
Control LED ColorRed
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Warranty1 Year

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  • I love this keyboard. Makes me happy every time I use it. The layout is really good; I've had a few small-format keyboards with weird key placement and spacing that constantly threw me off. This is what I'd been looking for forever: just a regular keyboard with the numeric keypad lopped off. Everything's where it should be.

    The brown switches are exactly as I hoped, too: great for typing, while relatively quiet. There is some occasional slight spring noise.

    I put on the WASD red dampeners, and I don't know that I'd do those again. The sound reduction was minimal, but then again so was the change to the feel. So they're good, but maybe not worth the price. If you tend to bottom out more, they'd probably make more of a difference.

    The backlighting is perfect at the lowest setting. It can go really bright.

    It's very solid. The weight and the rubber pads mean it doesn't budge on my relatively slippery desk.

    Finally, yes, the Chinese version works perfectly as a regular US keyboard, and looks pretty cool. Because of the placement of the LEDs at the top of the keys, you can't see the zhuyin characters very well without cranking the brightness way up. I guess that's good if you'd find them distracting, but if you actually use them, it could be a slight negative.

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