Vissles V1 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard does not have a numeric keypad

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Vissles has launched its first 84-key wireless mechanical keyboard. The compact novelty received the designation V1. It is available in three switch options: quiet linear Outemu Red switches, Outemu Brown tactile switches or Outemu Blue switches for tactile and acoustic feedback. The full key travel is 4 mm, the working stroke is 2.2 or 2 mm, depending on the variant. The resource is declared as 50 million guaranteed operations.

Vissles V1 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard does not have a numeric keypad

The Vissles V1 keyboard supports Bluetooth and wired (USB Type-C). It is compatible with macOS, iOS, Windows and Android. Simultaneous connection to several devices (up to five) is possible. To select an active connection, simply press the Fn key and one of the Q, W, E, R, or T keys. The Fn modifier also provides access to 12 function keys for multimedia and other functions. The keyboard supports working with macros. It has RGB backlighting. Functional key groups are highlighted in the color of the caps.

Power is provided by a 3750 mAh battery, one charge of which lasts 19 hours with maximum brightness. If the backlight is turned off, the battery life is increased to 180 hours. If there is no keypad operation for five minutes, V1 goes into standby mode, and after 30 minutes it goes into sleep mode.

The Vissles V1 keyboard is estimated by the manufacturer at $ 89.

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