PowerColor is best known for its graphics cards, including the popular Red Devil series of AMD Radeon GPUs. Soon, the company will be expanding beyond components, starting with keyboards, thanks to a new partnership with Ducky.
Featuring a black and red theme and lettering inspired by Taiwanese street artist, Seazk, the PowerColor x Ducky One 2 SF RGB comes in a 65% compact size to give you more desk space. The RGB lighting system can display 16.8M colours per key, configurable through Ducky's software.
Keycaps are made in double shot PBT for enhanced durability and have the secondary functions side-printed on them. For switches, this keyboard uses Kailh brown or white, both of which are tactile key switches. Users can adjust the keyboard's angle by choosing one of the keyboard stand's three levels.
As with most gaming keyboards, the PowerColor x Ducky One 2 SF RGB features N-key rollover to prevent keystrokes from not being registered. The keyboard is connected to a system via a detachable USB-C cable included within the package. In addition, there's a Ducky keycap puller and additional keycaps bundled.
KitGuru says: For many years, PowerColor has exclusively sold graphics cards, so it is interesting to see something new. As far as keyboards go, partnering with the experts at Ducky seems like a no-brainer too.