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      Leopold FC980M Black PD Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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      SKU: FC980M_EBPD
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      Leopold FC980M Black PD Mechanical Keyboard

      Available Switches

      Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
      Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
      Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
      Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
      Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red
      Cherry MX Silver thumbnailCherry MX Silver


      Details and Specifications

      SizeFull Size
      Switch StemsMX
      Physical LayoutUS QWERTY
      Logical LayoutANSI
      Frame ColorBlack
      Primary LED Colorn/a
      Control LED Colorn/a
      USB Key RolloverFull
      Multimedia KeysYes
      Switch Mount TypePlate
      Built in Audio PortNo
      Built in Mic PortNo
      Windows CompatibleYes
      Dimensions5.75" x 15.24" x 1.48"
      Weight2.43 lbs
      Cord Length60 inches

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      • Every mechanical keyboard enthusiast should have one of these, the keycaps are on par or better than your standard GMK set, and because they're PBT they'll never get shiny over time. Considering that an average GMK set is more expensive than this keyboard alone it makes it a no brainer purchase.

        Even if the switch type you want isn't in stock, you should still get whatever is available. The keyboard is really simple to open and desolder and I personally use mine with box white switches and swapped the stabilizers with genuine Cherry from ZealPC lubed with 205g0.

        There are 3 hidden screws to remove before you can pry open the case with a credit card or two. I recommend using the Hakko FR-301 to desolder. In summary, buy this keyboard. Leopold is the highest quality you can get for an "off the shelf" keyboard. ** MK NOTE: Please be aware that desoldering your keyboard or performing any modifications that require opening the case will void your manufacturer's warranty. **

      • Great keyboard. The 1800 layout was different, but didn't take long to get used to. Quality of the board is excellent, and general typing experience is very nice. If it's in stock with the switches you want, just buy it. No brainer purchase.

      • I hate stabilizer rattle. Let me say that first. It takes away from the auditory and tactile experience mechanical keyboards are famous for to begin with. The problem is, most "premium" keyboard have awful rattle. The Pok3r? Rattle. The Realforce? Rattle. The enthusiast community's own Whitefox? The worst rattle I've ever heard. Maybe you don't mind this, but if I'm going to let go of a penny over $100 for any keyboard, I don't want to hear stabilizers. I want to hear clack. I want to hear click. I don't want to have to buy lube. Fixing manufacturer issues is not fun for me.

        Leopold keyboards don't have rattle AT ALL. The FC980M has a consistent feel and sound between stabilized keys and non-stabilized keys. This creates a solid, quiet, enjoyable experienced. The FC980M has ultra high quality key caps, the stability of a brick, and a perfect layout. If this keyboard isn't on your radar, it needs to be. It's well worth the humble asking price.

        I got mine with black switches after using blues and Topre for years, and despite the high actuation force required, I don't think I'll be trading this or selling it at any point in the foreseeable future. Plus, this layout is incredible. There are absolutely no compromises with this keyboard. None. Buy it.

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