Epomaker SK66/SK66S
Epomaker SK66/SK66S
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Epomaker SK66/SK66S

60% Keys Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

  • With RGB Backlight and PBT Heat Sublimation Keycaps (Gateron Black Switch, Grey Black)
  • Bluetooth 5.1 Wired/wireless dual mode (SK66S ONLY)
  • Convenient Design
  • Customized Three FN and RGB backlight
  • Strong compatibility & NKRO
Current Configuration:
$67.15 $79.00
Please configure your keyboard
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Weight
0.768 kg
Dimensions
295 * 105 * 45mm
Switches
Gateron Optical
RGB
16.8 Million RGB Backlit
Waterproof
IPX6 Waterproof, Dustproof
Keys
64-66 Keys
Other
Macros, NKRO
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
  • USB Cable
  • Epomaker Keyboard
  • Keycap puller
  • Custom Split Space-bar
  • Switch puller
  • Windows & Mac Keys
  • Instruction manual

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T.d.S.G.
Really nice

I love it !
My only regret is that i cannot program special characters such as "é", "ç" or "€" in my layouts, 'cause I'm french and it would've been useful
But maybe there's a way and if yes this keyboard would be perfect
Also the switches ( mines are red ) are really sensitive but when you get used to it it's ok
For games like osu! it is really nice and every other game too
And programming on it is clearly easier with the placement of every symbols and their accessibility

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T.d.S.G.
Really nice

I love it !
My only regret is that i cannot program special characters such as "é", "ç" or "€" in my layouts, 'cause I'm french and it would've been useful
But maybe there's a way and if yes this keyboard would be perfect
Also the switches ( mines are red ) are really sensitive but when you get used to it it's ok
For games like osu! it is really nice and every other game too
And programming on it is clearly easier with the placement of every symbols and their accessibility