Mikit MT80 is a 80% layout white mechnical keyboard retailing for S$180.
You will get additional Mac keycaps and different color Mikit logos that you can change on the left and right of the keyboard.
The outer shell of the plastic is translucent, allowing you to showcase the dynamic RGB effect with seven modes and 16 million colors.
MT80 has a built-in 4,000mAh battery that will give you up to 50 days of usage, assuming you use it 8 hours a day on Bluetooth without backlights.
MT80 supports three types of connections: Bluetooth 5.1, 2.4GHz, and USB-C. For USB-C and 2.4GHz, you will get a response time of 1 ms, whereas for Bluetooth, it will be 8 ms. For polling rate, USB-C and 2.4GHz will be 1,000Hz, while Bluetooth is 125Hz.
You can choose from 5 switches: Gateron Brown, Gateron Red, Gateron Yellow, TTC Gold Brown Pro, and TTC Gold Red Pro. I chose Gateron Red for its linear feel and quieter sound because I will use it for my gaming desktop. The keycaps are PBT, and the switches are hot-swappable.
For plates, you can choose from plastic or steel. I chose steel for its weight and sturdiness since the keyboard will be placed at home. You get more pings on steel plates, but since I chose linear switches, the pings would be acceptable.
There is a rotary wheel on the top right to control the volume.
On the top left, it cleverly stored the 2.4GHz wireless receiver underneath the magnetic cover.
The USB-C charging port is also on the top left, together with the wireless/wired switch.
MT80 is compatible with both Windows and Mac. Instead of having a hardware switch to toggle between the two operating systems, Mikit does it via keyboard shortcuts.
To toggle between the two OSes while holding on to the FN key, you press and hold the Tab key. The status indicator between the letters G and H keys will blink once.