With the success of the full-sized Tecware Phantom Elite which I think is still the best budget full-sized keyboard here in the Philippines, it is inevitable that we see the release of its smaller but similarly capable brother, the Phantom Elite 87 Keys.
Switch puller / Keycap puller included
Doubleshot ABS keycaps included
87 + 4 Switches included
Floating keys design
Black body / Gunmetal backplate
87 keys Tenkeyless key layout
6 key rollover / NKRO
1000Hz report rate
11 Multimedia keys
Windows key disable
Flip feet with rubber
1.8m braided USB cable
RGB lighting with 18 Preset lighting modes
Spectrum selection mode
Downloadable software with Macro, and Per-key lighting
Compatible with Win XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Hot swap switch sockets for MX switches
I’m expecting robust build quality and clean looking design that was a standout from its bigger brother. I’m also looking forward to testing the Gateron yellow switch which is in my radar for quite a while now. So today, we’re going to have our first look at this keyboard and see what’s in store for us before I do the full in-depth review.
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