Obinslab Anne 2 Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard 60% True RGB Backlit – Wired/Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 PBT Type-c Up to 8 Hours Extended Battery Life, Full Keys Programmable (Kailh Box Red, White)

Features:Consistent Bluetooth Connectivity. Paring and stability is one of the most concerned issue on Anne – pro 1st Gen. Obinslab has spent great endeavor to get it mostly resolved and bring the performance to demanding standards. Prolonged Wireless usage. Anne 2 pro utilizes 1900mah battery which is up to for 8 hours wireless usage under regular circumstance, which means a few days life cycle on a single charge. There is also built-in on/off switch to conserve battery powerArrow Keys on keyboard. Probably the first 60% keyboard with arrow keys back. Tap key functionality enables keys to behave differently when tapped or held. By default, Right shift, Fn1, Fn2, and Right control behave as arrow keys when tappedMaximize Your Imagination: ObinsLab starter companion software enable users to fully personalize their keyboards. RGB backlights are individually addressableBluetooth system requirement: Bluetooth 4.0 receiver / Windows 10 / Android 4.4 and above / IOS 7.0 and above / Mac OS 10.10 and above. (Check the compatibility before purchasing)Technical Details:Keys Quantity: 61 keysMain Control Chip: Dual ARM Cortex-MUSB: USB Type-C connection Response Time: 1msNKRO: SupportKey caps: PBT keycapsFirmware Upgrade: App SupportApp Support: YesLight Effect: RGB 16 million colorsPackage content:1*Pull Key Tool1*USB Type-C Cord1*User Manual1* Additional Key cap set (random color)Technical infos:Wired : USB (Windows 7/8/10̵Mac̵Linux)Wireless Bluetooth LE 4.0 (Windows 8/10̵Mac̵Linux)Size: 97 * 284 * 40mmWeight: 635gBattery: 1900mAh

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2 thoughts on “Obinslab Anne 2 Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard 60% True RGB Backlit – Wired/Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 PBT Type-c Up to 8 Hours Extended Battery Life, Full Keys Programmable (Kailh Box Red, White)

  1. Don’t understand the hype Bought an Anne Pro 2 for my son’s birthday, he *really* wanted one (thanks Youtube….).As an IT professional of 25 years (and one time gamer), I was curious what makes a keyboard worth $115(!).He was thrilled to open the present, and I proceeded to get it installed to his Acer gaming laptop. That’s where the fun begins. This was arguably one of the more difficult and buggy setups of any device I’ve ever used. Windows recognizes it pretty quickly (via USB), but guess I’m…

  2. This Keyboard Was Made To Give Headaches. This keyboard has given me headaches beyond belief. Literally just got it a day or two ago and I’ve been trying to work with it and figure it out by emails, Reddit, the online Manual, and YouTube and alas to my hardest attempts the keyboard just isn’t there fully yet. To call this keyboard the best all around keyboard would be lying to the highest degree. All the shortcuts don’t work for me, whenever i use the app on my pc to set my personal configurations, the app changes the colors on my…

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