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The latest mechanical keyboard from HyperX is its collaboration with Ducky - a company known for creating professional-grade mechanical keyboards that stand out among the pack. The HyperX x Ducky One 2 Mini is no different, and the 60% form-factor make it something we would describe as "cute". A word we didn't think we'd put in a mechanical keyboard review.

Cute hasn’t been a word that we’ve used when describing the overall look of a mechanical keyboard before. That is, until now. Make no mistake about it the HyperX x Ducky One 2 Mini is cute. But it’s also sleek, well-made, has a great feel and is generally cool to use. The 60% form-factor is no doubt the first thing you notice about this limited-edition Mechanical Keyboard. What that means is that the One 2 Mini is basically the size of just the main keys. The letters, numbers, Shifts and Alts, with no room for dedicated function keys or even arrows.

Of course, if you’re used to either of those – or have, well, used a regular gaming keyboard before – adjusting to the HyperX x Ducky One 2 Mini will take some time. It’s a keyboard Wayne Szalinski might have used in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, except this isn’t miniaturised. What keys you do get, are all the right size. In our own time with the HyperX x Ducky One 2 Mini the plug-and-play portability and small form-factor created a strong attachment and dare we say it – real bond – between us and this stand-out release from HyperX.

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