Drevo Calibur X RGB Review

whether you have low desk real estate or just like a more compact profile to your keyboards the Dravo caliber X offers you an elegant option with its minimalistic design join me as we take an in-depth look at the dribble caliber X the dribble caliber ex is a compact 71 key mechanical keyboard it comes in two varieties white like the one you see here and black.

Drevo Calibur X RGB Review

Drevo Calibur X RGB Review

I think the small form-factor of this keyboard makes it look really classy there’s an elegance in its simplicity and if you like that kind of thing I think you’ll be pretty satisfied this keyboard does feature RGB backlighting but keep in mind that it’s not the 16.8 million color RGB backlighting that you’ll find on today’s top tier keyboards but it does allow for perky illumination that you can change and save on the keyboards internal memory without the use of software the colors you can choose from include red green blue yellow cyan and white in addition to creating your own lighting profiles the keyboard also comes with quite a few preset options that you can toggle in between there are five brightness settings that you can toggle on the fly via the function and arrow keys now this is especially worth mentioning because this keyboard gets really really bright the LED lighting on this keyboard is absolutely brilliant and it completely blew me away I think this is especially true of the white version because there’s almost a translucence to the keycaps when the brightness is all the way up the backplate is also silver so it acts kind of like a mirror to help reflect the light and it looks really stunning the Drobo caliber X has PBT keycaps that feel really nice they were one of the first things that really grabbed my attention and it’s nice to see such great quality key caps I also always like to see key caps that allow for all the secondary functions to be illuminated on the subject of typing this keyboard uses out Teemu blue switches after typing on it for a while and comparing it with genuine Cherry MX blue switches I can confidently say that the actuation force feels almost the same I also notice that the click sound that you hear upon actuation is a good deal lower in pitch than the Cherry MX blue now this isn’t necessarily a bad thing but it’s just the way that they sound on that note here’s a quick sound test of the out EMU blue switches another nice feature of this keyboard is that it comes with Bluetooth connectivity with up to 20 hours of battery life during continuous use and its small size I think this keyboard would also make a great addition to a media room set up of course you can also use it with the included USB cable while charging or just leave it plugged in and use it that way the underside of this keyboard has six rubber pads to stop it from slipping and if that wasn’t enough the adjustable legs underneath the keyboard are also rubberized as well this keyboard retails for $65.99 Trevo managed to pack a lot of features into this keyboard for that price the quality PBT key caps are a huge plus the LED lighting while not as good as sixteen point eight million color RGB is still nice and vibrant and allows for much more customization than most keyboards do at this price point bluetooth is also a plus as well however this keyboard isn’t going to be for everyone it’s 61 key layout removes the number pad and the F keys which might turn off some users who use these keys a lot of course you can still use the F keys by combining the function key and the number keys respectively overall if you’re looking for a low priced compact mechanical keyboard to complement a minimalistic setup to take on the go or to add to a media room then I think this keyboard is a great option .

In this Drevo Calibur X RGB Review (Updated), you can find out that what are the pros and cons of this product that allows you to make a better decision of your money.

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