MAJESTOUCH MINILA Air US67 KEY RED SWITCH KEYBOARD

$214.50
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Majestouch MINILA Air Bluetooth mechanical 60% keyboard, RED switch

High-quality Filco mechanical keyboard has US 60%-footprint 67-key layout without numberpad

Clicky Cherry MX RED Switches used throughout, uses Bluetooth to connect to up to 3 devices (one at a time - iOS 4+/Android supported).

It's as compact as possible by sharing Function keys with other keys, and has the same key pitch as other Majestouch keyboards

The most striking feature of MINILA is the "Double Function keys" located each side of the spacebar.

We focused on less frequently used finger, the thumb, and let it work with Function keys.

Just keep your thumbs busy and you get a lot of work done much easier than a normal keyboard!

You can use whichever thumb you want - dipswitches undeer the keyboard control the functionality

You can type cursor keys with a combination of FN key.

Pressing FN key and E/S/D/F simultaneously corresponds to ↑/←/↓/→ respectively.

With this solution, you can keep your home position and still you get to type arrows very easily.

Pressing FN key plus [:;] key simultaneously functions as backspace.

This will allow you to command backspace without changing your home position.

W297xD124xH40mm (46mm raised up by stand)/680g

Includes 2x AA batteries, FILCO key puller / Key caps for replacement (CAPS, CTRL, left arrow, ~  and |)

* Note: your device will need to have Bluetooth capability already - no dongle is included

* Android usage may limit its compatibility due to a different specification environment developed by each manufacturer or a certain factor caused by a host device.

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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.

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