So above you can see the retail packaging of the KB-460, huge box and heavy as well as the product is not light in weight (sits sturdy and steady on your desktop).
Opening up the packaging reveals the mechanical keyboard nicely packaged and protected in foam. BTW you will need to grab the software from FUNC's website, a CD is not included. So if you need it, click here. Back to bundling, you'll receive the keyboard and a small manual.
Once we take out the keyboard we spot the KB-460. It has a nice dark design. Combined with red lit keys that's going to look great. The keyboard itself is built from rugged plastic with a bit of a rubberized feel to it. It has a matte feel under your fingers when it comes to the actual keys though. The keyboard has a nice weight of roughly 1.5 KG, it sits very stable on the desktop due to its weight and has a very sturdy build quality. Something nice to see are adjustable height stands. The keyboard uses a braided USB cable roughly 2 meters long. The keyboard itself feeds and functions itself over USB 2.0, the USB connector also functions as a HUB adding two USB 3.0 ports to the keyboard.
When we flip the keyboard we see four rubberized feet that can be extended to give the keyboard a little more height. Thanks to its sheer weight of roughly 1.5 KG and the rubber mounts the keyboard will sit very tightly onto your desktop. Detachable is a hand rest, we have removed it here, but have a look at that on the next page in the photos.
Func KB-460 Review We test and review the Func KB-460 mechanical keyboard from FUNC. It comes with a some interesting gaming features that should be appealing to you as a gamer. The Func KB-460 is a mechanical keyboar...