Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
Epomaker SK71/SK71S
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Epomaker SK71/SK71S

71 Keys Hot Swappable Mechanical Keyboard

    N-key rollover, anti-ghosting
    Wireless&wired dual mode with Bluetooth5.1 (SK71S ONLY)
    16million RGB lighting effects, available for customizing, updated continually
    Win&Mac layout supported
    PBT GSA keycaps
    Type C interface
Current Configuration:
$75.65 $89.00
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Layout
71 Keys
Interface
USB-C
Cable length
1.5m
Backlit
RGB, programmable
Switch
Gateron Optical Switch
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
  • Keyboard
  • Type-C Cable
  • Instruction Manual

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I didnt get the product yet.

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J.M.
Too many sacrifices to get to this compact form factor

When I first saw the SK71, I thought that it would perfectly match my needs for a compact mechanical keyboard that still had a full number pad and usable arrow key arrangement. However, the combining and shortening of some of the keys was, in my mind, not quite successful. The reason we have so many QWERTY keyboards, despite being less efficient than the Dvorak variant, is because the former is more commonplace and users have adapted to its layout. I'm sure that some who may be able to adapt to the SK71's differences, but unless your other keyboards have the same quad-functional key management, then that adaptation might be wasted.

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O.S.

I didnt get the product yet.

J
J.M.
Too many sacrifices to get to this compact form factor

When I first saw the SK71, I thought that it would perfectly match my needs for a compact mechanical keyboard that still had a full number pad and usable arrow key arrangement. However, the combining and shortening of some of the keys was, in my mind, not quite successful. The reason we have so many QWERTY keyboards, despite being less efficient than the Dvorak variant, is because the former is more commonplace and users have adapted to its layout. I'm sure that some who may be able to adapt to the SK71's differences, but unless your other keyboards have the same quad-functional key management, then that adaptation might be wasted.