Friday, October 29th 2021

Ducky X SOU・SOU Collaboration—Limited Edition "Number Element" Keyboards!

DuckyChannel International Co., Ltd., a leading manufacturer dedicated to delivering professional-grade mechanical keyboards and mice, is officially launching a new collaboration with popular Japanese brand SOU・SOU, a creative brand dedicated to innovation while taking cues from Japan's cultural history. Presenting the Ducky X SOU・SOU One 2 full size and One 2 Mini RGB, featuring SOU・SOU's iconic number element design. Vivid colors and dye-sublimation keycaps for users and fans to choose the right keyboard fitted to their needs.

Combining Kyoto tradition with modern innovation to experience Japanese culture, dye-sublimation uses heat to transfer dye onto durable PBT keycaps to apply images hat will never fade away after years of use! These keycaps are stain resistant. Ducky X SOU・SOU limited edition keyboard features a detachable USB Type-C cable, N-Key rollover, per-key RGB lighting, 2 form-factors of 60%, and 100% for users to choose. Ducky X SOU・SOU limited edition keyboard provides a wide range of Cherry MX switches ranging from tactile feedback MX Brown and MX Blue switches and linear feel MX Silver, MX Red, MX Black and MX Silent red switches. Users can experience more choices with multiple switch options! Find out more about the Ducky X SOU・SOU limited edition keyboard on DuckyChannel's website: www.duckychannel.com.tw/tw/Ducky-SOUSOU-One2Mini
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10 Comments on Ducky X SOU・SOU Collaboration—Limited Edition "Number Element" Keyboards!

#1
DeathtoGnomes
I bet it attracts attention of toddlers. :shadedshu:
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#2
Wirko
Finally, a spacebar that can serve as a numpad! (I guess there's some sensor technology built into it.) That's similar to Android, where the spacebar doubles as cursor keys.
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#3
Blaylock
This may be the ugliest keyboard I have ever seen. Next, they'll make one with wood blocks for keys.
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#4
bonehead123
Not NO..

Not Hell NO...

But F*CK NO....

I know Ducky is usually associated with high-quality, well made KB's, but IMHO, this has got the fugggggliest one they (or anyone else for that matter) has EVER made, period !
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VSG
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bonehead123Not NO..

Not Hell NO...

But F*CK NO....

I know Ducky is usually associated with high-quality, well made KB's, but IMHO, this has got the fugggggliest one they (or anyone else for that matter) has EVER made, period !
I've edited your post and this is your second warning to keep such accusations away from this place. I can tolerate most of your complaints, but that's the second time you have crossed the line mentioning the deleted part.
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#6
bonehead123
VSGI've edited your post and this is your second warning to keep such accusations away from this place. I can tolerate most of your complaints, but that's the second time you have crossed the line mentioning the deleted part.
Sorry if I offended anyone, that was not my intent...

Exactly what "accusations" are you referring to ? Please elaborate so I can avoid making the same mistake again
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VSG
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bonehead123Sorry if I offended anyone, that was not my intent...

Exactly what "accusations" are you referring to ? Please elaborate so I can avoid making the same mistake again
PM sent
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#8
LabRat 891
Cute; but, it looks like it's for Kids and/or the especially whimsical adult.
Can't see a reasonable person spending 'Ducky money' on a keyboard for their toddler though. (I got handmedown IBM keyboards, but I did have a PC just post-toddlerhood.)
Still waiting on someone to make an 'industrial grade' full metal keycap that's not simply cast Zinc, and in a full keyboard layout.
This is about as firmly the opposite of my desires in a mechanical keyboard as possible.
No matter, clearly this isn't marketed towards people like me.
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#9
amarthar
LabRat 891Still waiting on someone to make an 'industrial grade' full metal keycap that's not simply cast Zinc, and in a full keyboard layout.
You mean like what Metal Keyboards in Norway is making? CNC milled aluminium keycaps? Be prepared to spend around $500 for a full 104 set, though.
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#10
LabRat 891
Was thinking more stamped, sintered, or MIM'd.
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