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The Coolector presents 8BitDo Retro Mechanical Keyboard

Photo Credit: 8BitDo

Introducing the 8BitDo Mechanical Keyboard, a must-have for retro gaming enthusiasts. This keyboard is not only packed with features and functionality, but also boasts a cool Game Boy aesthetic. Available in two editions, N and Fami, this meticulously crafted keyboard offers the perfect balance of quality and functionality. It can be connected via Bluetooth, 2.4G wireless, or wired.

Priced at just $99, the Retro Mechanical Keyboard from 8BitDo features PBT dye-sublimation keycaps and a top-mount structure, providing a robust and seamless typing experience. With an independent control panel, it’s easy to perform shortcuts with a simple turn and click, just like the 8BitDo Arcade Stick.

The keyboard’s specially designed 8BitDo Dual Super Buttons offer large programmable keys, allowing you to set macros or instantly map anything to them without additional software. You can connect up to four sets of keys (one set included). The Ultimate Software V2 makes it effortless to configure your programmable keys, switch key mappings on the go, and make use of powerful macro functions.

If you love retro tech designs, you’ll adore the 8BitDo Retro Mechanical Keyboard. Its distinctive Game Boy-inspired aesthetic will surely appeal to vintage gaming enthusiasts. And the best part? You can add it to your workspace for under $100. So, if you’re looking to cultivate an old school cool look and feel in your workspace, this is the perfect keyboard for you.

Author: Leo Davie

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