Kira full-size mechanical keyboard

by - on March 31st, 2018

Input Club might be a name that is not familiar to many, but it is actually a computer hardware setup that has just rolled out its brand new flagship mechanical keyboard that is known as Kira. The Kira mechanical keyboard will boast of a condensed full-size layout, where it is accompanied by artistic RGB lighting as well as bespoke mechanical switches that will certainly place a smile on many a corporate typist or even the budding author, making it a step forward for those who love to type all over the world. The Kira mechanical keyboard is now a Kickstarter campaign, hoping to raise enough funds along the way to make it a reality.

It is said that this is a mechanical keyboard that was specially built with input from those who love typing. After all, it is said that generic big-brand keyboards tend to be a horrific abuse when it comes to the term “value engineering,” which is a business practice that was created just to roll out typist-punishing, low-quality peripherals. The Kira mechanical keyboard intends to go against the grain in this way, which translates to quality parts all the way from bottom to top. In fact, it is built up from a list of exacting features, where it has fully mechanical switches that happen to have more in common with a typewriter compared to a typical MacBook.

Not only that, it will make use of CNC-milled aluminum for its frame, while revolutionary RGB lighting underpins its case, resulting in a totally pleasing and completely customizable glow. You can call it extremely functional art if you want to, but this is a piece of art that makes life a whole lot more productive, that is for sure. This is certainly a keyboard that you might want to consider getting for that typist in your life.

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