Check out this awesome new mechanical keyboard for Mac

The curious keyboard has been designed by the Chinese company MelGeek! Most Apple users are usually prepared to give themselves an extra treat to enhance the functionality of their main devices. This time, a very tempting proposal could join that list of accessories that always come in handy. This is the offer of the Chinese company, MelGeek with the Mojo68 mechanical keyboard, presented in a campaign on Kickstarter.

The Mojo 68 mechanical keyboard is characterized by its customization, programming, and especially its transparent appearance. Although it is also available in six different styles, with keys in three profiles and five types of switches available. Also, Read – Xiaomi 12 comes with a triple 50 MP camera & a most curious design

Mojo68 arrives as a keyboard alternative for Mac

Each version of the keyboard features a gasket mount, infinite RGB backlighting, and hot-swappable softkeys that each user who supports the Kickstarter campaign chooses. According to the announcement available from MelGeek:

“It just shines, thanks to its infinite RGB backlit keyboard that can be customized to any color and rhythm. Hot-swappable keys allow seamless switch swapping, upgrading, and mixing. » Also, Read – Flat Rs.5000 off on Samsung Galaxy F41: Samsung Galaxy F41 Discount offer

Available configurations can be programmed through MelGeek’s KBTools application. They allow users to customize their keyboard, assigning characteristics to function keys, backlights, and shortcut settings, or adding layers for additional functions using up to four FN function keys. Also, Read – HONOR Pad V7 introduced: a tablet powered by Kompanio 900T with 2K display

And of course, not everything is appearance. The Mojo68 also offers an “enhanced typing experience”. Thus, it includes some features that MelGeek says can help increase productivity and improve the typing experience. Thanks to its component materials, such as sound-damping urethane foam, it helps reduce finger strain while typing and creates a comfortable, stretchy feel. Also, Read – What do you need to upgrade to Windows 11? This is the PC you must have

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