Havit claims that its HV-KB390L is the thinnest mechanical keyboard made to date, coming in at just 22.5mm at its thickest point. It’s a pretty strong statement, but is there actually a demand for thinner desktop keyboards? At £59.99 it’s reasonably priced which could entice those looking for their first mechanical keyboard, but is there any real benefit to the smaller form factor which would justify this purchase?
Watch via our VIMEO Channel (below) or over on YouTube HERE
- Model: Havit HV-KB390L
- Key number: 87
- Interface: USB
- Cable length: 1.5m
- Switch type: Kailh PG1350
- Switch operating force: 45±10gf
- Switch travel distance: 3.0mm
- Backlight: Ice Blue LED lighting
- Report Rate: 125 -1000Hz
- Dimensions: 354mm x 127.5mm x 22.5mm
- Weight: 520g
- HV-KB390L Keyboard
- User Guide
- Comment Cards
- A bunch of onboard functionality.
- Low profile switches make typing more efficient.
- Really solid with an aluminium alloy top plate.
- No options for different LED colours.
- Onboard LED controls can be tricky to change with limited instructions.
Buy from Amazon for £59.99 inc VAT HERE.
KitGuru says: The Havit HV-KB390L low profile keyboard not only offers a great typing experience thanks to its lower travel key presses, but the Kaihl blue mechanical switches offer lovely tactile feedback as well. There are some more gaming oriented features which help it standout in this market segment, but ultimately thanks to its solid build quality it’s a good option for those looking for a budget keyboard for both typing and gaming.