TH80 Pro V2 VIA

75% VIA Programmable Gasket-mounted Wired & Wireless Gaming Keyboard with Customizable Screen

  • 79 keys, compact layout
  • VIA Programmable*
  • Gasket-Mounted & Tri-Mode Connectivity: Bluetooth/2.4Ghz/USB-C
  • Gaming Keyboard with 1.14 inch Customizable Screen
  • South-facing LED compatible with Mac/Win

*VIA Programmable: the VIA json file needs to be imported manually. Import USB json under wired mode; 2.4G json under 2.4G connection.

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Regular price $49.99
Sale price $49.99 Regular price $99.99

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

EPOMAKER TH80 PRO V2: Redefining Customization and Style

Introducing the EPOMAKER TH80 PRO V2, a significant upgrade that transcends the boundaries of customization and style. Building on the foundation of its predecessor, the TH80 PRO V2 is now fully VIA programmable, offering unparalleled control and personalization for every key. But that's not all – it also introduces a custom RGB screen, turning your keyboard into a vibrant canvas for expression and functionality. Whether you're a gaming enthusiast, a coding wizard, or a design maestro, the TH80 PRO V2 is crafted to elevate your digital experience with every click.

1.14 inch Customizable Screen:Revolutionary Display, Unmatched Control

The TH80 PRO V2 mechanical keyboard boasts a remarkable 1.14-inch customizable RGB screen, offering a new dimension of interaction and personalization. Tailor this mini display to showcase crucial game stats, system info, or personalized logos and animations. It's not just a tool; it's a canvas where your gaming identity comes alive. With this innovative feature, you gain instant visual feedback and control, ensuring you're always a step ahead in the game. Elevate your gaming setup with a keyboard that's as visually captivating as it is functionally superior.

VIA Programmable: Customize Your Command Center

Experience the ultimate in gaming keyboard customization with the VIA Programmable feature. Tailor every keystroke to your exact preferences, creating a setup that's uniquely yours. This keyboard isn't just a tool; it's your personal gaming ally, adaptable and ready to transform your every command into swift, precise action. Whether you're remapping keys for complex in-game macros or setting up the perfect layout for your workflow, the power of VIA programming makes it effortless. Elevate your gaming to new heights and redefine what you thought possible with a keyboard that's as versatile and dynamic as your playstyle

Triple Modes Connectivity

Masterfully designed to cater to your dynamic lifestyle, EPOMAKER TH80 PRO V2 offers a trio of connection choices: the robustness of USB-C wired, the agility of 2.4GHz, and the freedom of Bluetooth 5.0 wireless. Effortlessly toggle between devices and tasks with unparalleled ease. At its heart lies a resilient 3000mAh battery, a powerhouse ensuring your flow remains uninterrupted, whether in the heat of gaming, midst of a creative surge, or during marathon work sessions. This keyboard isn't just an accessory; it's the central hub of your digital world, designed to keep pace with every click, every charge, and every challenge.

Compact 75% Layout, Gasket-Mounted Structure

The EPOMAKER TH80 PRO V2 features a sleek, 75% layout with 79 essential keys, striking an ideal balance between minimalistic design and full functionality. The Gasket structure is an ultra-resilient framework, ensuring that each keypress is consistent, stable, and remarkably smooth while optimally distributing pressure, enabling tactile precision on every stroke.

Specifications for Epomaker Mulan Switch
Switch type: Linear
  • Housing Material: PC upper housing, Nylon bottom housing
  • Stem Material: POM
  • Operation force: 47gf±10gf
  • End Force: 60gf±10gf
  • Pre Travel: 2.0±0.4mm
  • Total Travel: 3.8±0.2mm
Specifications for Epomaker Flamingo Switch
Switch type: Linear
  • Actuation force: 47gf±5gf
  • Bottom Force: 60gf
  • Pre Travel: 1.5±0.5mm
  • Total Travel: 3.8mm
Specifications for Epomaker Wisteria Switch
Switch type: Linear
  • Material: POM+PTFE stem, PC top housing, PA66 bottom housing
  • Actuation force: 45gf
  • Pre Travel: 2.2mm
  • Total Travel: 3.6mm
Specifications for Epomaker Budgerigar Switch
Switch type: Linear
  • POM stem & Nylon housing, dual spring
  • Pin: 5 Pins
  • Actuation force: 47 ± 10gf
  • Actuation Travel: 2.00±0.5mm
  • Initial force: 55gf min
  • Bottom force: 60gf max
  • Total Travel: 3.80mm
  • Lifespan: over 100,000,000 keystrokes
Specifications for Epomaker Sea Salt Silent Switch
Switch type: Linear
  • Material: POM stem, PC & Nylon Housing
  • Initial force:35 ± 5 gf
  • Triggered force:50 ± 5 gf
  • Actuation force: 60 gf
  • Total Travel: 4.0mm
  • Pre Travel: 2mm

Technical Specifications

Model
EPOMAKER TH80 PRO V2 VIA programmable mechanical keyboard
Structure
Gasket-mounted
Keys Amount
79 Keys
Screen size
1.14 inch
Anti-ghost key
NKRO
Hot swappable
yes
Plate
flex-cut PC plate
Case material
ABS plastic
Stabilizer type
plate-mounted
LED
south-facing
Polling rate
500hz in wired and 2.4G mode; 125hz in Bluetooth mode
Battery capacity
3000mAh
Compatibility
Mac/Windows
Connectivity
USB-C wired/2.4ghz/Bluetooth 5.0 wireless
Cable Length
about 1.8m
Inside the box
  • Keyboard
  • Manual
  • Keycap Puller
  • 2.4G Reciever
  • Type-C Cable

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
64%
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18%
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9%
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G
Guilherme Fernando Rodrigues
Perfect

The keyboard has a great construction, perfect aesthetics and a wonderful sound

P
Pantyukhov Kirill
Solid Keyboard

I love that it has VIA support! Also my unit has Sea Salt Silent Switches and it is so quiet

M
Maepika
Retro-style keyboard

Very quiet switch and easy to push
I like the ability to display the clock and battery level on the upper right monitor.

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Nelson (t-bone)
Good keyboard, software is promising but needs to be finished.

First, I want to make known that Epomaker sent me this keyboard for use and review with no cost, which I appreciate and wish to thank very much. Also, that this fact doesn’t change my review and opinion. This review is being written after two weeks of use.

This review is from a user point of view, I’m not a mechanical keyboard expert.

Construction:
The keyboard is really beautiful and high quality, the sound is very pleasant. Construction is great, it feels like premium product, it’s firm and steady on the desk and have good weight. Sound signature and typing feel will vary on the choices you make on switches and keycaps, of course. Mine is the Black version with the Flamingo switches.

Screen:
The screen is a nice addiction, but not very useful. It is too deep in the case and depending on the angle it is with the height your desk, the bottom information cannot be seen. Still, provides some information you can check when needed, like battery status and caps and mode. If it was designed with an angle or within the case but not so deep it would be more visible. I have to lift my keyboard to see all the info.
It can be customized with Image Custom Tool program, but you can only change images and it sets date and time. Cannot control brightness, but I haven’t felt the need to. Can be made black with Fn+X, but doesn’t turn backlit off, so, battery may still being drained.

Connectivity:
Very flexible , it can connect via cable, 2.4g and up to three Bluetooth devices.
Switching devices is not so practical like on other keyboards, to switch to 2.4g to Bluetooth there is a physical switch. I have seen other models that have a physical switch to set wireless mode and cable/off mode, so when you are wireless, you can easily alternate 4 devices. With this one, you are on BT (can alternate fast 3 devices), or you are in 2.4g, or you are in cable mode.
Bluetooth switching is very fast and pairing is fast and without issues, so is 2.4g connection. No issues with cable connection also.

Software: Here is where you get disappointed.
It has VIA compatibility, but is clear to me that is not finished. To be recognized, it uses deprecated V2 definitions and uses a specific WestBerry VIA version.

So, it does not have a “driver”, or control software, it has the possibility to be programmed with VIA. I mean, you have no control over the keyboard with software, no notification on low battery, no LEDs setting, no settings for auto-turn off. Note that with Bluetooth connection, windows 11 can give you battery status and notifications.

VIA is not very user friendly, took me a week to learn and understand how it works and the way I have to do the programming.

It takes some tries to get the keyboard recognized. With VIA, it can be programmed with several layers and almost any way you want it, so this is very good. As I’m used to 98% and 100% keyboards, I missed some keys that I usually need, and solved all the missing functions with programming keys and macros and layers.

Lightning:
Now, about the illumination. If you don’t care about it, skip to Overall.
With VIA, on the actual state, custom colors in RGB format and effects cannot be adjusted. So, although it has 16 million color backlit LEDs and several effects, is a hard pain to control only with the keyboard. For the colors, there’s a learning curve and you have to keep typing the configuration keys until find the color you want and is not a good experience. To find “green” for example, is a struggle. Understand that I’m used to Logitech GHub and OpenRGB to control my LEDs, so my setup illumination is all synched and event-controlled.

The good news is that it can be done. The definitions can be finished, I changed one line on the JSON file ("lighting": "qmk_rgblight",) and could get VIA to recognize that it has lightning control.
Effects and colors none of them matched. Brightness and effect speed worked. I guess the QMK lightning matrix has to be done accordingly to what the keyboard can do, or a different firmware has to be flashed, or something like that, I don’t know, I didn’t have much time to research it and I don’t know QMK concepts and programming. Maybe I just set the lightning definition wrong.

Overall:
I have used the keyboard with some programming done with VIA, with all the connectivity options and I have not felt any delay or input problem. Even gaming on Bluetooth connection felt fast and responsive, the hardware is great. Besides the software lack of capabilities, for daily use and productivity, is a great keyboard, nice to type, works well, has no lag at all, flexible connectivity, good battery.
But I have to say, in this price point, there are other options that have similar built quality, same of best functionalities and better polished software, compatibility and control options.
So, if you really want a keyboard with this layout, be aware that is not a complete finished product. Yet.

Dear Customer,

We truly appreciate your time and effort in providing us with such detailed insights into your user experience.

First, we want to express our gratitude for your kind acknowledgment of the keyboard we sent to you for review. We are delighted to hear that you like our product, I will certainly share your review with our product development team.

And we apologize for any inconvenience you encountered with the software and lighting customization. Rest assured, we are continuously working to improve our software and provide a more user-friendly experience.Your feedback helps us identify areas for improvement and ensures that we continue to deliver high-quality products to our customers.

Once again, thank you for your detailed review. If you have any further questions or feedback, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are always here to assist you.

Best regards,
Epomaker Support Team

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Vitalijs Riznikovs
Good keyboard but bad software 2.0

After 2 months of use, 15 switches began to get sandy, 3 of them creaked. You can hear the work of springs. The VIA configuration program does not really work; there is no fine-tuning there. The keycaps are good, the build quality is also good, but the software, switches and presentation are ****.