Drop launches new keyboards that are ready to buy at high prices.
The Moon Shot keyboard from Zoom/Drop uses the SA and SA long profile keys. Drop Mechanical Switches and Computer Accessories (formerly Massdrop) today unveiled its next range of off-the-shelf mechanical keyboards. The brand has added options for three different series, the best of which is Paragon, priced at a whopping $500 per episode.
In addition to producing its own products, Drop has a store where keyboard enthusiasts can find everything from mechanical keyboard switches to unique professional keys and fasteners to premium and detachable cables. The consoles released today should make it easier for people who don't want to build their own watch to have a fan-level option without having to buy a set, which takes months to pick up. Search.
$500 Paragon Drop Keyboards
Drop offers two Paragon Series keyboards.
The Moon Shot design depicts celestial beauty with childlike blue and white details and dual ABS keys with NASA-ready phrases such as "rover," "orbit" and "good speed."
Zoom in / Zoom out / Drop moon keyboard. The keycaps are SA spec, an older, more expensive form factor (this kit costs only $190), longer and spherical. fish. Zoom/Drop Paragon Series Shogun Keyboard.
Drop's Paragon keyboards differ from other keyboards announced today in that they promise improved sound characteristics through sound attenuators placed between the keyboard frame and the printed circuit board (PCB).
Both keyboards use the Drop + Invyr Holy Panda mechanical keyboard. These are hybrid switches that combine Halo Clears stems (also known as Halo Trues) and Invyr Pandas stems for a great tactile sensation. The switches need 67 grams of energy to activate. For comparison, Cherry MX Browns require 55 grams. Drop claims that in addition to sensitivity, the Gateron brand stabilizers are customized to prevent unwanted vibration of larger keys. The switches are manually lubricated before they reach you. You also have the ability to switch hot, so you can put the holy panda aside without soldering if you wish. Another useful feature: the keyboards can be programmed through the open source QMK software.
Drop's Paragon keyboards are currently available for pre-order, but are not expected to ship until November 15th.
Also expensive (but cheaper): New Drop Signature Keyboards
Drop now has a number of premium keyboards, the cheapest being $279. The seven add-ons are priced at $349 today, which puts them at the top of the midnight series — most of them use Dt's Ctrl or Ctrl High Profile, both of which are CNC-machined. The exception is Islay Night. Since it's a smaller keyboard without arrow keys, it uses Tokyo60 Drop + Tokyo.
These keyboards also have Panda keys with hot swap capability, but they are not separated before. Keycaps vary in coolness, color and structure, from ABS plastic to color-sublimated PBT plastic. Like Paragon keyboards, they are all programmable using QMK software.
Some new Drop Signature keyboards are now available, while others are pre-ordered.
Slightly Cheaper: Drop's Expression Matcha SummerZoom/Drop Matcha Summer.Drop Series
Finally, the least expensive keyboard announced today Expression Series Matcha is summer. But at $150, it's still not a "cheap mechanical keyboard" (the drop doesn't go around like that).
The keyboard evokes ideas of warmer days with matcha inspired by mango and PBT. The switches, a linear and white anodized aluminum frame, change color to Gateron Yellow to match the summer sun.
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