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.
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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.