Majestouch 2 Filco Camouflage-R PINK switch mech KB

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2.95 KGS
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Product Description

High-quality mechanical keyboard has US 104-key layout with numberpad

2-tone UV-printed coloured keycaps, stencil font evokes the feel of marking systems used by the military.

Water transfer printing method is being used to apply the camouflage pattern on the keyboard frame.

Lock/Num/Caps/Scroll indications around LED have been omitted, Windows key replaced by Fn key for media functions.

Cherry MX Silent PINK is a linear switch without a click. It uses same specification as traditional Cherry MX Red switch.
You can type smoothly with the activation force of 45cN, very lightly.

New software is designed for gamers who want a premium keyboard that meets a professional usage.

Data transmission rate has been increased to maximum

Solid rigid construction and weight, switches are now pushed through board and additionally soldered for a better feel

All the keys typed simultaneously are recognized when connected via PS/2.

6 keys typed simultaneously will be recognised via USB A long key stroke of 4mm and the contact point at 2mm between the key stroke.

Easy, fast and stress-free typing for the famous features of Cherry MX tactile feel

Key pitch/Key stroke: 19mm/4+/-0.5mm Designed-in-Japan, made in Taiwan, rigid structure

Includes additional Green keys (A/S/D/W), Key Lock (5pcs), FILCO Key Puller



Please note: As these keyboards are mechanical in nature, there will usually be very slight variations in the tonal quality of the clicking sounds that the keys make.

Factors such as the location of each key on it's circuit board influence how closely the key is bound to the standoffs that secure the circuit board to the base, and so on. These slight variations are regarded as normal by the manufacturers.


Water transfer printing method is being used for this product.
Please be aware of the following attentions that will exclude your RMA terms :-

  • Patterns are different for each keyboard due to the printing method.
  • The edge on the bottom housing where you cannot see may be causing a minor uneven coloring due to the printing method.
  • Due the texture of the keyboard frame, designed to reduce unwanted reflections, and the printed method used, some loss of letter definition is possible but this is minimal and should not detract from the overall appearance of the keyboard.

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