HAVIT HV-KB390L Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard, 87-Key, Programmable, LED, Kailh PG1350
USD 82.99 excl. tax
- Ultra-Thin 87-key Mechanical Keyboard, customizable LED backlit.
- Kailh PG1350 Low Profile Blue & Red Switch
- Detachable USB Cable
- Programmable with driver
- N-Key Rollover
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Introducing HV-KB390L, The Ultra-Thin 87-Key Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard
Powered by Kailh PG1350 low profile blue switch, the revolutionary HV-KB390L low profile mechanical keyboard provides only 22.5mm (0.89 Inch) of thickness. With only 3mm of total travel and about 45g of operating force, you can press your key faster, therefore release your in-game abilities quicker. Another benefit of short travel is the crispy clicky sound, as you won’t hear the sound of the keycaps bumping on the keyboard cover. On the go? Just plug / unplug the removable micro USB cable attached. Need light? Press FN+F6-F11 for 6 preset backlit modes, and FN+F1-F5 for customization modes!
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-KB390L 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 Mechanical Keyboard 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 HAVIT HV-KB390L Low Profile Mechanical 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!
Ice-Blue LED Backlit
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)
- Keyboard Type: Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard
- Size: 354*127.5*22.5mm
- Layout: US Layout
- Operating force: 45±10gf
- Key number: 87 keys
- Travel(Total): 3.0mm
- Interface Type: USB
- Anti-ghosting: N-Key Rollover
- Net weight: 520g
- Voltage: 4.75V±10%
- Current: ≤ 50mA （No backlight）,≤ 250 mA （brightest backlight）
- Cable length: 1500mm (Black USB cable)
- Service Life: >50 Million Key Operation
- Compatible with: Win10/8/7/Vista/Mac/Linux/IBM PC (Driver software available in Windows only)
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|Shipping Weight||0.825 kg|
|Shipping Dimensions||40.4 × 17.8 × 7.3 cm|
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1. If you are using USB devices (keyboard or mouse, for example) on your desktop PC, please plug in the device with the USB ports on the back of the PC, instead with the front ones.
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this keyboard is actually great. it sounds good, and feels good too.
the only thing that's wrong with it is it's impossible to find compatible keycaps for it. not that the stock ones are bad, I just really prefer a non-sculpted keycap. I ended up getting keycaps from a 5 dollar chiclet membrane keyboard and found a way to attach them to the the Kailh blue switches. looks like crap and they're opaque but they feel much better to me (i'm used to laptop keyboards)
Not gonna lie this keyboard is better than those custom keyboard out there, and a quarter of the price. The clicks are just so damn satisfying, makes you wanna type so much.
Great experience, I use GNU/Linux and and everything is working just fine, though, I would like to ask you to point me in the direction where I could find some documentation to write my own application to program the keyboard or if you have an application that supports GNU/Linux in order to be able to program my keyboard.
Also, my system reports the keyboard as:
⎡ Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)]
⎜ ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard Mouse id=13 [slave pointer (2)]
⎜ ↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard Consumer Control id=14 [slave pointer (2)]
⎣ Virtual core keyboard id=3 [master keyboard (2)]
↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard System Control id=10 [slave keyboard (3)]
↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard id=11 [slave keyboard (3)]
↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard id=12 [slave keyboard (3)]
↳ HOLTEK USB-HID Keyboard Consumer Control id=20 [slave keyboard (3)]
It seems to me that this wonderful micro controller also emulates a mouse, I would love to see some documentation for that as well. I imagine I could write an application to rewrite the micro controller firmware, change the keyboard map, add a key to enable mouse emulation, etc. I just love this keyboard for the potential it has.
Finally I would like to suggest, for the next revision, to change the location of the "FN" key to the bottom right (where the right control is), normally I soft-remap both left and right Control, Alt and Super keys, so they end up on a more friendly position (similar layout at the Space-cadet keyboard, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space-cadet_keyboard) to use my favourite text editor, Emacs (the majority of the keybindings use Control).
Thank you very much for your attention and for making this keyboard available, keep up with the great work.
Have a great day, see ya.
I've been using an old HP keyboard for a long time, and because the accompanying mouse died, I decided to buy a new keyboard as well.
I never buy products on a whim, so I set out to do a lot of research for a modestly priced keyboard. After many weeks of watching YouTube videos and reading reviews I settled on this keyboard.
I am not a keyboard snob at all. I just like a good working keyboard that feels good to type on and does not hurt my wrists after an hour or two of use.
I really do like this keyboard. I intended to switch off the lights as I don't play games, but I really got to like the default setting and have decided to leave them on 24x7.
The keys feels good and clicky. Very little wobble on the keys and with the exception of the Home key they all work without fault. Luckily I don't use the Home Key very often so it's not really a problem.
I really like the height of the keyboard, it's so much thinner than other keyboards and as a result stops my wrists from hurting after long hours of use. I really like that.
I went for the TKL version as I wanted more space on my desk, and I can honestly say that I am glad that I did. I don't miss the numerical keypad on the right. And it saved me some money too.
I cannot praise this keyboard enough. It looks good. It types great. It's priced very reasonably for the quality and features it has against the competition.
I highly recommend this product to anyone who does not want to spend a lot of money on a keyboard, but needs a high quality keyboard for their work/office use.
i really like the HV-KB390L i've been using it for a month already, delivery was on time and fast (I prompted for premium delivery) it took a week. would definitely recommend.
There are a lot of low-profile keyboards popping up, due mainly to companies wanting to rival Apple's chiclet-style "Magic" keyboards. Unfortunately, what most people do not know is that Apply keyboards are NOT mechanical. They use "scissor" switches, most common in laptop keyboards, and claim to even have a new "Butterfly" mechanism for their new keyboards....but it is still NOT mechanical.
The Havit HV-KB390L is what you would imagine if you wanted a low-profile Apple-stly keyboard with backlighting and mechanical switches. It has ALL of this.
The switches are made by Kailh (the best switch company by FAR....forget Cherry-MX) and are a special hybrid lwo-profile. It uses the blue clicky style, reminiscent of Cherry-MX blues but with half the travel. It's super fun to press these keys.
The Havit is light, portable and very solid for its materials. I tried twisting it: it has barely any flex. It comes with rubber feet that elevate the keyboard to a good height, too--most are either too low or too high, or don't come with feet at all. The lighting cycles are pretty cool too, you can adjust the brighness, the breathing mode, even make each individual key light up.
For roughly $60, this is one of the best keyboards I've ever purchased. If I were to suggest improvements, it would be to add RGB lighting and perhaps the availability of cool keycaps sets. (Though the Havit uses Kailh low profile switches, they are unique to this board, so any keycaps you buy to fit Kailh low-profile switches will NOT fit this board; it is 100% unique. This is cool, but at the same time Havit does not offer ANY other cool keycaps to buy. Come on, Havit! You know you could make money off us!)
All in all, a very cool keyboard. One of a kind. I hope they start making 60% boards soon.
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
Good day. I enjoy using your keyboard and would like to point out the following points:
1) It's great that the keyboard is low-profile, there is not much worthy to find in this segment now. I just wanted a low-profile one, so I ordered it from you.
2) Nice material of keycaps to the touch.
3) Nice lighting, RGB is not necessary and not necessary for everyone.
4) Great price for such a product.
5) Nice taiping.
1) Some keys creak slightly when pressed, if you remove the keycap, you can see that the switches are not greased.
2) When you press the keys, in some places a metallic sound is emitted, as if resonating in the keyboard case. If the keyboard is placed on the mat, the sound becomes quieter, but still does not go away completely.
3) I wish you were able to connect the keyboard without a wire.
Overall a great product for its price. I am satisfied with the purchase. But if you had further refined the product, I'd rather pay more money for quality.