For 87-Key and LED version, please checkout HV-KB390L
Introducing HV-KB395L, the Ultra-Thin 104-Key Mechanical Keyboard
As the upgraded version of HV-KB390L, the HV-KB395L Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard completes your typing experience with the traditional 104-key layout and the stunning RGB backlit modes, while preserving the Kailh PG1350 Blue Switches, 22.5mm (0.89 Inch) of thickness, 3mm of total travel, 45g of operating force, and everything else you love about HV-KB390L.
Latest Low Profile Technology
A thinner keyboard does not only mean it is more portable and more lightweight, it also mean it takes less time and effort to press a key, thus make you react faster in game and in everyday business. With the latest Kailh PG1350 blue switch, the HV-KB395L Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard comes with a thickness of only 0.89 Inch, which is more than 25% thinner than a standard 104 key keyboard. The 3mm of total travel and 45g of operating force gives you a natural and swift mechanical typing experience without any bumping sounds between the keycaps and the cover like other long travel switches do.
Kailh PG1350 Low Profile Blue Switch
Control Everything with Driver
By installing the driver, you can configure the follow settings:
- Backlit modes
- Game mode
- Enable/disable Win key
- Response time of key pressing
- USB report rate
- Media keys
Detachable Micro USB Cable
The 60 Inch micro USB cable on the keyboard can be unplugged from the keyboard. It is so much easier to carry the keyboard and the cable separately than carrying them attached while you are on the go, also it is easier to repair / replace the cable!
RGB Backlit Modes
Choose from the six preset Backlit modes by pressing FN+F6-F11, or customize your own by pressing FN+F1-F5 (FN+F12 to save)
What they say
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- Anti-Ghosting: N Key Rollover
- Backlit-Customization: Yes
- Backlit-Type: RGB
- Cable-Length: 1.5 m (Black USB cable)
- Compatible: Win 10/Win 8/Win 7/Vista/Mac/Linux (Driver software not compatible with Mac & Linux)
- Current: ≤100mA (No backlight), ≤400 mA (brightest backlight)
- Detachable-Cable: Yes
- Exchangable-Keycaps: Yes
- Interface-Type: USB
- Keyboard-Type: Mechanical
- Layout: US Layout (QWERTY)
- Multimedia-Functions: Win Key Lock
- Number-of-Keys: 104
- Operating-force: 45±10gf
- Product-Thickness: 2.25cm
- Programmability: Yes (With Software)
- Service-Life: >50 Million Key Operation
- Switch-Type: Kailh PG1350 Blue (Clicky)
- Travel(Total): 3.0mm
- Voltage: 5V±10%
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I learned to type on laptop keyboards and thought I could only ever feel comfortable on ultra-flat keys. This keyboard feels awesome and I'm never going back
Great keyboard! Low profile feels great and they got the key spacing perfect. Please bring back the Japanese layout for low profile!
Amazing keyboard, actuation is light, clicky without being too noisy and the low profile make possible to have a very comfortable wrist position without wrist support. Best keyboard I tried to date
Works great. Nice clicky, satisfying feel and the rgb is easy to program.
The only issue I had was that it sometimes does not activate when booting. Replugging in the USB cable fixes it.
Was surprised with the build quality and the easy use of the app all work perfect together
The keyboard colors are vibrant, but not overpowering. Keyboard keys are both click-y, tactile and have an all-around great feel, also the downloadable application to change the keys and colors works without a hitch. Its a fantastic keyboard, I've got no complaints.
Got the blue switches and they are fantastic for typing. Good built quality and relatively light which makes moving it around really easy.
HAVIT HV-KB390L Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard, 87-Key, Programmable, LED, Kailh PG1350
I use this thing every day and am using it right now to type out this review. I use AutoCAD for my job, so I use the ability to set macros to each key constantly. The look of the board is professional enough to not cause undue attention, but fun enough to not be boring. The software was a bit difficult to get working, but I got through it and now it's just smooth sailing. I got the blue switches and they are a tad loud for the office, but since I don't constantly type for my work it's really not an issue, but I'm sure it could be if you're constantly typing out emails or something. The RGB is a tad dim, but it's not an issue that comes up very often at all. I really wish they'd make pudding cup caps for this slim one like they do for the full depth version, that would make it more than perfect for me. The caps that come with it feel really nice to begin with but slowly get polished down by your fingers to feel like any normal keycap. There's no sign of the letters rubbing off at all (I don't think they even can). I highly recommend the board.