Vortex KBC Poker II
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Vortex KBC Poker II ReviewThe height of the keyboard, as with many compact keyboards, is fixed by way of the case. Four patterned rubber strips on the base of the keyboard help to keep it steady on the desk.
The keyboard features a mounting plate for the Cherry MX switches, giving it a good weight and a very solid feel. There is zero flex while typing, yet there is also no reverberation from the plate. All excess keystroke noise is damped, leaving only a precise clack sound in non-click switches. The Cherry stabilisers help with the sound reduction, and space bar is particularly quiet. Cherry stabilisers are also ideal for keycap replacement, as there is no need to deal with the extremely fiddly inserts and bare stabiliser wires of typical stabiliser assemblies. Tactile and linear models are well suited for office environments where mechanical keyboard noise is tolerated but where metal plate reverberation and loud stabilisation is undesirable.
The detachable cable uses a standard mini-USB connector.
Vortex KBC Poker II Technical Specifications
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