HAVIT HV-KB390L Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard, 87-Key, Programmable, LED, Kailh PG1350
USD 63.99 excl. tax
|Dimensions||35.4 × 12.75 × 2.25 cm|
Win Key Lock
|Number of Keys|
Great product, clear instructions, logical operation on programming the keyboard, fast shipping. The only con: Impossible to go back to non-mechanical after this. For product development, I would make esc-button bigger, as it is always important in gaming, and now you have to reach out for it.
HAVIT HV-KB390L Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard
Great experience, I use GNU/Linux and and everything is working just fine, though, I would like to ask you to point me in the direction where I could find some documentation to write my own application to program the keyboard or if you have an application that supports GNU/Linux in order to be able to program my keyboard.Also, my system reports the keyboard as:⎡ Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)] ⎜ ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard Mouse id=13 [slave pointer (2)] ⎜ ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard Consumer Control id=14 [slave pointer (2)] ⎣ Virtual core keyboard id=3 [master keyboard (2)] ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard System Control id=10 [slave keyboard (3)] ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard id=11 [slave keyboard (3)] ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard id=12 [slave keyboard (3)] ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard Consumer Control id=20 [slave keyboard (3)]It seems to me that this wonderful micro controller also emulates a mouse, I would love to see some documentation for that as well. I imagine I could write an application to rewrite the micro controller firmware, change the keyboard map, add a key to enable mouse emulation, etc. I just love this keyboard for the potential it has.Finally I would like to suggest, for the next revision, to change the location of the "FN" key to the bottom right (where the right control is), normally I soft-remap both left and right Control, Alt and Super keys, so they end up on a more friendly position (similar layout at the Space-cadet keyboard, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space-cadet_keyboard) to use my favourite text editor, Emacs (the majority of the keybindings use Control).Thank you very much for your attention and for making this keyboard available, keep up with the great work.Have a great day, see ya.
Great keyboard with a good delivery time
The keyboard has an excellend build quality. I have not complaints.
Like this keyboard so much I bought two of them. It's *ONLY* downfall is lack of volume control / mute functions built into the keyboard.The key switches are great. If you're worried about moving off of cherry switches, don't be. These keys actuate great and feel great. The shorter stroke feels perfect too. Zero mis-fires on actuation in months of using this keyboard.
The white light on Print Screen indicates the activation of “Game Mode”, which allows you to use programmed keys and lock Win key. You can turn them off by pressing FN + Print Screen / Win key
The “Game Mode” allows you to lock the Win key, and use the programmed keys programmed by the driver. You can activate and deactivate Game Mode by pressing FN + Print Screen, or do so in the driver.
Please check out CM355 Micro USB Cable
While this product does not require a driver to run, it is recommended to install the driver to get extra features. You can either install the driver with the provided CD, or download it from http://www.havit.hk/downloads/
Please try the following methods to solve your problem:
1. If you are using USB devices (keyboard or mouse, for example) on your desktop PC, please plug in the device with the USB ports on the back of the PC, instead with the front ones.
2. Please use the device on a different computer to see if the problem happens on different computers as well. If the problem is solved on the other computer, then the problem has to do with your original computer itself.
3. If none of these method works, please contact us.