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Leopold FC660C Silent Blue Grey

€211.50

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Product Description

Details and Specifications

Brand: Leopold
Model: FC660C
Size: 65%
Switch Stems: Topre
Physical Layout: ANSI
Logical Layout: US QWERTY
Frame Color: Black
Primary LED Color: n/a
Control LED Color: n/a
Hotswap Sockets: No
USB Key Rollover: 6
Multimedia Keys: No
Switch Mount Type: Plate
Built in Audio Port: No
Built in Mic Port: No
Interface(s): USB
Windows Compatible: Yes
Mac Compatible: No
Linux Compatible: No
Dimensions: 4.29" x 12.80" x 1.30"
Weight: 0,6 kg
Cord Length: 121 cm

Product Information

SKUFC660C/EGBS
Product TypeMechanical Keyboard
Price (incl. tax)€211.50
Availability Out of stock
Number of reviews 2

Customer Reviews

  1. Amazing

    I own both a classic and a silent FC660C and i can tell the silent version makes a significant difference. It feels a little bit less clicky to the touch but the general feeling is the same. I love this keyboard and can recommend it. I've been using it intensively at work as an programmer for more than 3 years and today my keyboard still looks like new. The only downside to me is: i want to remap tab to escape and sadly the keyboard's onboard switches don't support that. Hopefully i could configure linux very easily to achieve that and it works perfectly. It was less easy to achieve on windows though and turned out less stable but good enough.

    Reviewed by anonymous on 31 Aug 2022, 9:53 p.m. | Permalink

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  2. Great keyboard

    Finally got my hands on a leopold topre board (silent version). It has a more pronounced tactile feel compared to my niz atom and makes a little more noise. Keystrokes are more stable and give more force on the upstroke making it a distinctive experience compared to the niz.

    Reviewed by Luuk on 17 Sep 2022, 10:35 a.m. | Permalink

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