HAVIT HV-KB378L RGB Mechanical Keyboard with Blue Switches, NKRO
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HAVIT HV-KB378L RGB Mechanical Keyboard with Blue Switches, NKRO

HAVIT HV-KB378L RGB Mechanical Keyboard with Blue Switches, NKRO

$89.99 excl. tax

  • Gaote / Outemu Blue mechanical key switches
  • N Key Rollover
  • Adjustable multiple RGB backlit modes
  • Multimedia keys
  • Aluminum Alloy cover

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Product Description

What They Say

Build-in Gaote / Outemu Blue mechanical key switches, Feel the Difference

Built with the all-new blue mechanical switches, the HAVIT HV-KB378L RGB Mechanical Keyboard helps you take your game to the next level with more speed and precision. Provide a combination of great gaming performance with tactile feedback and an audible click for typing.

Full Anti-ghosting, Designed for Performance Gaming

Full key anti-ghosting mechanism for all systems, perfect signal quality no matter how fast you play

Adjustable multiple RGB backlit modes

Press Fn + INS 1, HOME 2, PGUP 3, DEL 4, END 5 and PGDN to change backlit modes, including unique rainbow color arrow flow mode and key-by key color customization

5 levels of brightness and color changing speed

Indicator: the LEDs of the number lock, scroll, and Capital lock will flash for 5 times

Easy-to-reach multimedia keys

The HAVIT HV-KB378L RGB Mechanical Keyboard provides Windows Key lock for gaming, multimedia controls for entertainment, email and calculator

(Note: RGB mechanical keyboards take a bit more power than the traditional keyboards, it would be better for them to work with desktop since some older USB 2.0 laptops may not be able to provide enough output. Similarly, it may work better with USB ports locating at the back of the computer case than those in the front.)

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Specification:

• 447.5mm x 217mm x 39.3mm
• Cord Length: 1.8 m/70.87 inches
• Standard Keys: 104
• Key Switch: Blue switch
• Operating Force: 60±15g
• Travel(Total): 4.0±0.2 mm
• Net Weight: 1117 g±15 g
• N-key-rollover: Support
• USB interface: USB full speed 2.0
• Operating Voltage: 5V
• Compatibility: Windows Vista/Win 7/Win 8/Win 10/Mac OS/Linux

Product Comparison

HV-KB378LHV-KB366LHV-KB558CMHV-KB380L
TypeMechanicalMechanicalMembraneMembrane
SwitchOtemu Blue SwitchOtemu Blue SwitchN/AN/A
Exchangable KeycapsYesYes (Except for long
keys, e.g. spacebar)
NoYes
BacklitRGB, CustomizableRGB, Non-CustomizableLED, Non-CustomizableLED, Non-Customizable
MaterialAluminum Alloy coverAluminum Alloy cover,
metal base
PlasticMetal cover
Multimedia FunctionsYesNoYesYes
Anti-GhostingN Key RolloverN Key Rollover19 Keys RolloverUp to 20 Keys Rollover
Other FeaturesN/AN/AMouse ProvidedMechanical-Like Keystrokes

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  1. Question

    I’ve this model number which lacks the ability to customize colors for individual keys (by pressing the fn-end key). It’s shown in youtube videos for this keyboard but it doesn’t work for me and it’s not mentioned in the manual either. Am I doing something wrong, is the board defective, or did you remove this feature?

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    • Support

      Hi Beedee,

      Sorry for the inconvenience. Turns out our manual on our website was out of date, and we will upload a new version soon. For now to customize colors for individual keys, please follow these steps:

      1. Press FN + any key between 1 to 5 on the QWERTY pad of the keyboard (those marked as L1 to L5)
      2. Press FN + Home. You will see the NumLock, CapsLock and ScrLock LED indicator on the top right of the keyboard are flashing at the same time
      3. Press the key you want to customize multiple times so it changes color every time you press it.
      4. When you finished, press FN+Home again to save the setting. The indicators will stop flashing.
      5. To switch to a setting you saved, simply press FN + 1 to 5 (L1 to L5)

      Hope this can help!

      Regards,
      HAVIT Support Team

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  2. Question

    Is there anyway to pause on a specific color when on the spectrum mode?
    And also was I supposed to receive 8 brown switches with my keyboard? Bought it around 5 months ago and I noticed that on amazon it said I should have?

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    • Support

      Hi Dean,

      You can set to single color by pressing FN + Home fourth time, and then press FN+ arrow left and right to change color. If by spectrum mode you mean the mode in FN+Del, then you can press FN+Del again to make it stop.

      The brown switches are come with HV-KB378L-RS, which is a different model, and is not available on HAVIT Online yet.

      Regards,
      HAVIT Support Team

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  3. Ditto. I have a Corsair gaming mechanical keyboard and this one performs very similar. Of course there are more options with color design etc. I purchased this Havit keyboard for my girlfriends use as she works at home. The selling point was the plug and play feature as she is unable to install anything other than work programs on her company provided machine. She has managed to wear out some of the keys on an older keyboard so I will be looking to see how these keys hold up though I believe I should be able to order more keys in the home row for her as those were the ones that chipped off. She is very pleased with how the keys ‘click’ as opposed to a softer keyboard. It is a heavy keyboard and the metal top gives it a very sturdy feel.

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  4. The moment I received my package, I got really excited, and I am not disappointed! This is not your average plastic gaming keyboard. The packaging looks very professional and sleek: It has no extreme gaming branding like some other companies have. The black and white box looks very nice and I am really like the way it looks on my wall of boxes. Inside the box I found a keycap remover, a short manual with different combinations for the backlighting options. The first thing I noticed when I took the keyboard out of the box, was the weight. It’s a really heavy keyboard. This might be a problem for some people, but I’m fine with it, since I always leave my keyboard at my desk. The buildquality of this keyboard is phenomonal, it was impossible to bend the keyboard, a problem that occurs with a lot of ‘cheap’ keyboards. The keys were put on top of a metal/aluminum plate. This does not only provide the keyboard a unique and premium look, it also provides a lot of support for the structure of the keyboard. One of the things I was worried about before I bought this keyboard, was the palmrest. I was afraid that they would be uncomfortable. These palmrests are not removable, but I found out that this was a very usefull addition to the keyboard. It does a great job at supporting my wrists when I’m typing and they feel great! They do tend to get a little bit slippery when I’m using my keyboard for a long time, but it isn’t too bad. I am really pleased that Havit didn’t put a lot of gaming branding on this keyboard. The only logo it has is a small eagle. I believe it was engraved in the aluminum, it looks very professional.
    
I really like the fact that you do not need any drivers to use the lighting options on this keyboard. It is as simple as plug and play and it works on all operating systems. It doesn’t have full RGB, but I personally don’t need 16.8 million colors, since I only use three or four colors at most. It has different lighting modes, as mentioned in the product description. I has 7 different solid colours, but it also has a gradiënt, so you can also get some mixed colors if you pause this mode at the right time. I managed to get a nice orange light effect this way. Unfortunately this keyboard has some blue LEDs that can’t be turned off. This makes it a lot harder to make this keyboard fit in every setup. Fortunately my setup is mainly blue, so it isn’t a big deal for me.

    It took me a couple of days to get used to mechanical switches, but I can’t type without them anymore! They feel very responsive and they do not require as much force to press as I had expected. I don’t have a Cherry-MX keyboard, but from what I’ve read in various reviews, the Outemu switches used by Havit are very similar to the ‘real’ Cherry-MX switches. The switches are fairly loud, but that’s one of main selling points of blue mechanical switches: if you don’t like loud keyboards, don’t buy this one! Unfortunately this also means no more secret midnight gaming sessions for me anymore :(

    One of the things I really struggled with were the multimedia keys. I am used to having seperate keys for volume up, volume down and mute. The HV-KB378L does have media keys, but they are assigned to the F-keys. Every time you want to use one of these keys, you have to press the FN button. I don’t like this, so I downloaded a program called AutoHotKey. I created a file that inverted the F-keys and the mediakeys. I can now press the F-keys to use the multimedia keys, and if I want to use the normal F-keys, I have to press the FN button. This simple fix made using this keyboard a lot easier for me, and I highly suggest you do the same if you don’t like having to press the FN button!

    I am very glad I chose to purchase the Havit HV-KB378L mechanical keyboard, mainly because of the unique look and the great build quality of the keyboard At the price of this keyboard I could only find full-RGB membrane keyboards, or very basic mechanical keyboars. Havit offers the perfect solution: A well built mechanical keyboard, with a lot of nice features and a very reasonable price!

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