HHKB Classic White 60% Dye Sub PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Happy Hacking (HHKB) Classic White Mechanical Keyboard

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  • High quality frame and keys
  • Topre capacitive switches
  • Compact size & ergonomic design
  • Intelligent key layout
  • Dip switches for customizing layout
  • 3-stage height adjustable feet
  • USB-C cable
  • PBT spacebar
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High-Quality Frame And Keys
Keys and keyboard frame are made of top quality PBT texturized to stay dry and resist shine.
Permanent sublimation dye symbols won't fade.

Topre Capacitive Switches
High-quality switches feature silk smooth key press, with a lifespan of up to 50 million presses.

Compact Size & Ergonomic Design
The appealing minimalist style is just the beginning! With a 60 key layout for easier handling, space
saving, and mobility, and contoured frame and key settings.

Intelligent Key Layout
Designed by programmers for programmers to improve speed, accuracy and reduce hand and
finger fatigue -hand never need to leave the home row.

The HHKB Classic 6 DIP switches to customize user experience. Includes 3 adjustable
keyboard heights for optimum comfort.

Extensive Utility
Compatible with both PC and Mac, the 60-key HHKB Pro was designed by UNIX professionals and advanced programmers with high-speed typing efficiency in mind. The keyboard is customizable and can be easily modified, meaning it fits the purpose of any user.

Details and Specifications

BrandHappy Hacking (HHKB)
Switch StemsTopre
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorWhite
Frame Top MaterialPlastic
Frame Bottom MaterialPlastic
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysNo
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Cord Length60 inches

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  • I don't post reviews often, especially for keyboards since it's very subjective. But this new version HHKB is just amazing.
    I have a HHKB Pro 2 (which stopped manufacturing in 2020), and this new version is way better. Switches: new version is lubed out-of-box, hence the type less 'stiff', and feels very soft & enjoyable to type on. Body: new version has USB-C port instead of USB-A, a more solid case, better rubber feet, a tiny Cap light, a little heavier weight and better space bar. Personally I really appreciate this upgrade.

  • Fantastic typing experience and build quality. The tactile feel is subtle with a unique, muted sound. PBT keycaps are lightly textured with crisp legends. Heavier than expected and doesn't slide around. Overall I'm very pleased. Worthy of the hype.

  • There's nothing like writing a review on the brand-new keyboard you love. This is it. This might truly be it. Oh, I always say that--the Atom66, the Ducky, the Quiet Linear from Matias--but this is definitely the best feeling.

    I bought a Leopold FC660C two years ago and it was my first real Topre. I tried Niz and I liked those too, but it isn't true Topre. But something about the Leopold bothered me.the layout, the weird blank space, the fact that it is NOT 45g.and something ineffable. I think now I know: I just don't like metal. It pings, it's hollow, it just doesn't feel good to me. The HHKB is expensive and plastic, but it doesn't feel cheap at all. It was designed to be mobile. so it's very light. I had some trepidation at first: I thought it would feel cheap, that it wouldn't stay put on my desk. But this is not so. It has incredibly good feet and rubber matting. Man, it just looks good. It feels ASTOUNDINGLY better that the Leopold. The dipswitches are perfect and the delete key is really where the HHKB layout trumps the others. Also, no one uses cap locks, except for children. And it truly does feel like 45g. Even typing on this sucker now, I know that I made a good purchase.

    I notice that sellers on eBay are selling these used for $250, sometimes more. Plus shipping. Insane. I got a brand-new HHKB sent to my house in three days for $220 (actually less, because I had a 5% coupon from the last time I bought a board from MK) and there was no shipping fee. Whoever is thinking about spending their stimulus on an expensive board that could be your endgame, look no further. I am typing on God's keyboard. He wants it back.

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