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Akko 3084 World Tour Tokyo Bluetooth Keyboard

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Akko wants to bring cultural elements of Japan into your living room with their World Tour Tokyo product family consisting of various keyboards, wrist rests, keycap sets, and even a desk mat. We take a look at a few of these, but focus on the Akko 3084, a rare 80% keyboard that offers a custom keyboard design at a very reasonable price!

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Cooling Bykski B-FRD 240mm
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Display(s) Dell P2417H
Case Tecware VXC
Audio Device(s) Samson SR850
Power Supply Seasonic Core Gold GX 650W
Mouse Logitech G102 w/ Huano Blues (Modded)
Keyboard Akko 3084 Ocean Star SP (Cherry reds)
I have the Akko 3084 Ocean Star SP version and tbh I found the case really flimsy compared to the competition. Mine had a lot of flex and to fix it I had to foam mod it to fill the interior. Its kinda dated as well as the RK84, Keycool KC84, and Keychron K2 have better feature sets than this and the keycaps alone don't really justify it. The RK84 and the Keychron has hot swapability, something I think that modern mechanical keyboards could really use especially for this pricepoint.

I really hope more 75% layouts from other brands come in the future as its really a great layout compared to TKL and 60%.
 
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