I would say that besides the actual internal PC hardware, my favorite device outside of my PC is my keyboard. The mechanical keyboard scene has exploded in recent years and there are really two camps, the pre-builds and the custom built boards. A lot of people don’t want to build their own keyboard, but luckily there are some really slick pre-built options that will make your keyboard stand out compared to the normal gaming keyboard. Melgeek recently introduced their Mojo84 wireless mechanical keyboard, which features an extremely unique design, 75% layout, Kailh linear switches that are hot swappable and much more! Will this be my favorite pre-built keyboard? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to Melgeek for providing the Mojo84 wireless mechanical keyboard to review.
Switches: Custom Kailh Linear
Tests: Double shot ABS
Battery: 4000 mAh
Connection mode: Bluetooth 5.2 / 2.4 GHz Wireless / Wired
Compatible OS: Windows / Android / MacOS / iOS / Linux
Dimensions: 327mm x 140mm x 46mm (LxWxH)
The Mojo84 comes in a very vibrant all orange box with the text “This is Plastic” printed on the front. If you scroll back there is a list of specs and it says “Have a good type day”.
When we open the box, we have a very nice presentation. Inside you’ll find the Mojo84 keyboard, a user manual, USB cable, 2.4GHz receiver, keycap and switch puller, and a USB cable.
The included cable, while the rubber is made to match the keyboard, which I like. The actual cable is light blue and the connectors are orange.
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