Epomaker B21 Retro Wireless Mechanical Keyboard with Knob Controls

Epomaker B21 retro wireless mechanical keyboard lets you enjoy tactile typing experience and recalls some nostalgic detailing in your living space. Let’s keep checking if you like the design.Epomaker B21 Retro Wireless Mechanical Keyboard with Knob Controls

The B21 is a beautifully crafted mechanical keyboard that measures approx 317 x 148 x 45.8mm and weighs about 880g. As shown in the images, the compact mechanical keyboard shows off a sleek and smooth vintage look with the classic white/ gray color scheme and rounded details, while the pink knobs and green keycaps allow for vivid detailing.

The retro wireless mechanical keyboard delivers a 68-key layout, and it’s available in 3 CherryMX switch types: MX Blue, MX Brown and MX Red to match different personal preferences, and N-key rollover ensure your every keypress can be registered correctly.Epomaker B21 Retro Wireless Mechanical Keyboard with Knob Controls

Furthermore, the spherical-all keycaps are round on the surface for a comfortable touch, and the keycaps can stay fade-free, oil-resistant and beautiful for the entire lifetime. With a dimmable backlight, the keyboard allows you to type comfortably in any light conditions.

Moreover, the mechanical keyboard also features media function keys and two control knobs that allow you to easily control volume and backlight, and the function keys also support macros.

With Bluetooth 5.0, the wireless mechanical keyboard provides stable wireless connection, and it also supports wired connection via its USB-C port. In addition, built-in 4000mAh rechargeable battery offers up to 36 hours of battery life with the backlit on.

The crowdfunding campaign for Epomaker B21 is ongoing on Indiegogo. We can pledge $99 to preorder the retro wireless mechanical keyboard. It will be hipped in July 2021.

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