DIERYA DK61E 60% Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, RGB Backlit Wired PBT Keycap Waterproof Type-C Mini Compact 61 Keys…

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CLASSIC 60% COMPACT DESIGN: This DK61 mechanical keyboard has a perfect size and it’s good for Home and Office use, without Numpad, more practical for Gamers and Typist, give more space to your desktop
Dierya DK61E DRIVER: Powerful software editing features, personalize functions as you like, customize advanced features and offline macros, our software can meet all your needs and realize your endless imagination

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CLASSIC 60% COMPACT DESIGN: This DK61 mechanical keyboard has a perfect size and it’s good for Home and Office use, without Numpad, more practical for Gamers and Typist, give more space to your desktop
Dierya DK61E DRIVER: Powerful software editing features, personalize functions as you like, customize advanced features and offline macros, our software can meet all your needs and realize your endless imagination
HOT-SWAPPED FUNCTION: The DK61 keyboard adopts Hot-swapped Gateron Optical Switches, you can swap its switches without desoldering or without purchasing a new keyboard. (Only Optical Switch compatible)
WATERPROOF CIRCUIT BOARD: Our keyboard’s circuit board has IPX4 Certified, In the process of playing games and work, you can enjoy food and drinks more freely, because you will be very easy to clean our keyboard (the interface not waterproof)
PBT DOUBLESHOT KEYCAPS: Wear resistance and hardness are much higher than ABS keycaps, and oil-proof, providing the best typing and gaming experience. And you can be hot-swapped replaced by other optical switches you like

Specification: DIERYA DK61E 60% Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, RGB Backlit Wired PBT Keycap Waterproof Type-C Mini Compact 61 Keys…

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Black Switch, Blue Switch, Brown Switch, Red Switch, sliver switch, yellow switch

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  1. R4LDZ ✅

    Space saver and excellent for gaming

    I bought this keyboard because of its size to replace my son’s full size gaming keyboard so that he can have more space on his desk. This keyboard is just the perfect size with excellent gaming performance.First of all, I saw this keyboard as an ad under Amazon Brands. I had good experiences with Amazon brand products, so I jumped the opportunity to try this out. The box is just plain white with a big Dierya branding. Out of the box, this keyboard makes a great impression. The build quality is superb, and the looks and feel of this keyboard is very much comparable to the $100 gaming keyboard I presently have. My son chose the red switches because he wants it quiet while gaming or typing. We have been using this for gaming, and response time is excellent, very suitable for fast paced gaming titles. The USB C detachable cable is a very welcomed feature, I believe that all modern devices should be using USB C ports. The RGB lights are nice to have, they are beautiful, but we usually just set the lights to a static single color, then forget about it. The best thing about this keyboard is its size, my son loves how he have more space for his mouse to move around with FPS games. My son has been using this for a couple of weeks now and he enjoys it very much.Overall, I am happy with my purchase. As a gamer myself, I won’t hesitate to recommend this keyboard to other gamer friends.

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  2. MB

    The best bang for your buck

    I purchased this keyboard to use while playing fortnite. I recently decided to switch from controller to keyboard and mouse. I was looking at the Razer huntsman 60% but it was out of stock. I’m so glad it worked out this way because this keyboard is great! The huntsman was over $70 more and I can’t imagine it’s better than this Dierya. I went with the brown switches. They’re very quiet and not clicky at all. That’s exactly what I wanted. I swapped the key caps with hyper x pudding keys and it made the LED lighting look a lot better. I also used red dragon key caps to swap A,S,D,W with arrow keys. They fit perfectly, so that’s another option for key caps. I’m really impressed with the quality and performance of this keyboard. If you’re on the fence about it just go for it. You will not be disappointed.

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  3. Jedi86

    Programmable, but with limits

    I wanted to jump into the realm of programmable keyboards and this one was a great price to test the waters.The build quality seemed good, optical switches all worked well.The programmability was lacking. It just wasn’t quite configurable enough to work. Yeah, you could have layers, but switching between them was cumbersome and not programmable. As an example, if you are in a second layer, you have to leave that layer to temporarily switch to a third. I believe there were some momentary toggles, but they couldn’t be used withing the non-primary layer. Also, I believe that the base layer was non-configurable, so you needed to always be operating in a custom layer.The lighting setup worked, but was touchy to configure in the interface.I never tried any of the macro settings – not something I cared about.

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  4. BuckyB

    Very good option for the price

    This is my first time using a 60% keyboard. For the price I don’t think you can beat this. This keyboard is a great keyboard. The removable usb-c is great. The keyboard is small to carry in a backpack. The rgb works, there is some small over lapping when in the wave mode but that doesn’t bother me. I bought the blue optical switch one. The blue switches to me are not that loud compared to other cheap Chinese keyboards I have bought. However you do have the option to change the switches to other optical switches. Key caps are good how they come. However if you really want the rgb to shine go ahead and replace the keys with some HyperX pudding keys. I replaced mine and boy could I not be happier. If your thinking of this keyboard just go ahead and get it. You will not regret it.

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  5. NTZX

    Does the job but REQUIRES some modification

    Pro:Small, Compact, does the job, RGBCONS:Super Duper LoudRGB doesnt fill a few individual keycapsOriginal keycaps are bad, cheapSOULTION:You MUST buy Double Shot PBT keycaps AND rubber keyboard dampeners then swap out the original keycaps. Doing that will LOWER the noise drastically, 70% but unfortunately, the spacebar will still be loud. Switching out the keycaps will allow the rgb to fully cover the keycaps since the original has longer text.NOTE:My corsair k55 sounds like heaven compared to this keyboard. The sound comparison is probably 20% of the noise that this diarrhea keyboard makes. Even after the modifications, the k55 still sounds better…

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  6. Azairah

    Amazing little keyboard, great customer service

    I specifically bought this keyboard because it’s compact and the Brown Switch was a great compromise between price, quality, and noise. I do a lot of gaming with my keyboard sitting in my lap.I also wanted the LEDs to match my gaming mouse and headset.After having this keyboard for only a couple days, I really really like it. I can tell it’s better quality than my last 5 keyboards.My keyboard arrived with a D key in place of the G key, meaning it had two D keys. Not a huge deal because I don’t need to look down to type. But I emailed DIERYA customer service and they literally got back to me in 10 minutes saying a replacement G key was on the way.I’ve never heard of this company before, but I’ll be sure to check with them in the future when I’m in the market for another keyboard.

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  7. sora

    Great for the price, some minor nitpicky issues.

    For the price, it’s a killer keyboard. It’s a solid buy, comes with nice gateron switches (mine had blues). There are cons although they are relatively small ones. First, the doubleshot keycaps have a nice build, but spreads uneven lighting with RGB. I changed the keycaps for cheap redragon keys, and that was fixed. The light overall was brighter too. Another thing I’d like to address is the microphone on the pcb. It is a cool feature to have a rgb mode synced with the sound around you, I found it kind of strange. Don’t get me wrong, this is a great product, it’s just that the mode only works when you have the engine running. I’m pretty sure it’s because the computer has to process the audio and whatnot, but a small part of me says spyware. jk. kinda.$50 bucks though? bruh go for it.pic 1: front (i added some white keys)pic 2: backpic 3: microphone ??

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  8. Lian

    Things I wished I have known before purchase

    I owned couple of mechanical keyboards from the mainstream companies (Corsair, Cooler Master, etc…) for work and competitive gaming and they are all Cherry MX key switches. I went from full size keyboards to tenkeyless (TKL) keyboards because of the lack of desk space. Then, while gaming, my right hand would crashed into my TKL keyboard enough times to make it an unpleasant experience. So, I decided to get a even smaller keyboard to compensate this issue. I got DIERYA DK61E and I am going to compare this keyboard with the ones I already owned.General pros:1. Inexpensive2. Swappable key swiches – Caveat is optical switches only3. Small form factor (60%) – More space for right hand mouse4. RGBGeneral cons:1. Loudness – Switches on this keyboard (red optical Gateron) is way louder than my Corsair TKL keyboard (red cherry MX). Adding o-rings and switching keycaps can reduced the loudness by tiny bit but it is still very loud.2. Short cable3. Smaller keycaps compare to other keyboardsIf you can live with the things I have mentioned above, this keyboard might be suitable for you. HOWEVER, I have some issues with using it as my daily driver.Defects on my unit?:#1 One key switch came off with keycap removal. Not a big deal, just stuck it back in.#2 RGB brightness level does not change. It was either all the way down (off) or one brightness no matter how high I tried to change it.#3 Got stuck in user mode 2 and was not able to change back to user mode 1. Happened several times for me when I accidently hit “FN + SPACE” when I meant to do “FN + RCTRL” for left arrow key. It somehow change the system keybord setting (plug in another keyboard or using Windows on-screen keyboard does not work) and I had to restart my computer to reset settings.# 3 is a big turn off point for me because I use arrow keys a lot. You may asked, why are you using arrow keys? Isn’t gaming just use AWSD and mostly the left side of the keyboard? My answer is, yes, annnnnnnnnnnd, I TOTALLY FORGOT THAT I ALSO TYPED IN OTHER LANGUAGES THAT REQUIRE ARROW KEYS FOR WORD SELECTIONS! This was never an issue for me because TKL keyboard had dedicated arrow keys (duh). This keyboard is small and cute and all but using these function keys is making my life more miserable than before. I am going to return this keyboard and go back to my old layout… Oh wait, there is something called 65% keyboard… Maybe, just maybe, maybe that is what I want…

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  9. TTV_sweat

    Best gaming keyboard

    This product was the best looked exactly like the ducky 1 two mini best keyboard and helped my edits on fortnite

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  10. SierraPrimeShopper

    Cool little gaming keyboard

    My son asked for A 60% keyboard and this is the one I chose, and I am happy I did. Keyboard is perfect for him and he loves it. He has a small desk area and with the dpi settings he uses on his mouse, he needed a bit more room for his mouse and the traditional keyboard he used was taking too much room.This keyboard is very well made, sturdy construction, and the switches have a very nice feel to them. I use a full size gaming keyboard from Corsair and I would use his if I could live without the additional keys, which I can’t since I use mine for many other applications besides gaming.One of the great features is the software that controls the keyboard led lighting. It is ridiculously easy to use. My Corsair iCue software has always been a horrible mess to figure out and use, but the control software we downloaded for the DIERYA keyboard, in my opinion is much easier to use and my son figured it out in about 15 minutes without having to read instructions.Well worth the price for those gamers who don’t need or use the additional keys on a traditional keyboard!

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  11. Emilia

    Looks great

    Looks and sound great(blue switches) you get what you paid for??

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  12. jose

    Amazing keyboard!!

    Amazing keyboard, especially for the price point. Don’t waste your money on those other expensive 60% boards. The keycaps feel great and it comes with gateron switches! The RGB is okay but not the best but I cant complain because the rest of the board is A+Edit: after playing with it for a few days I noticed the keycaps do have a sloppy finish to them as if they weren’t cut right when manufactured but they still feel great. I decided to purchase the hyper x PBT keycaps to replace them.

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  13. Eric

    Amazing for the price

    I purchased this keyboard with brown switches to try out a 60% layout since the price is fantastic. It takes a bit to get used to coming from a full size keyboard and while I can’t say that the 60% size suits me the keyboard itself feels great to type on. I play some games that can assign shortcuts to the numpad so the software to remap keys seemed useful but I did not find a way to remap FN+Q, W, E, or R since they’re used to switch between the different layers. The keycaps don’t feel cheap but they don’t exactly show the back light color too accurately (white has a slight purple look to it; green has a slight yellow to it.) While the software takes a bit getting used to, it’s a great keyboard overall and the Gateron Browns feel much better to type on than my old MX Silvers.The colors in the image I included are not accurate but it shows the slight change in colors from the back lights. The green lit keys and the white lights on the right Shift and Enter keys.

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  14. Lee Fesler

    Best for price point period!

    Have used this for around 5 or 6 months now.. and well.. I’m still happily using it!! I absolutely adore this board. The low price is just a big bonus to me. I really wanted to get a 60% keyboard without spending a crap load of money on a Duckey or something like my coworkers seemed to all be using and really wanted to test the water with the form factor. Not only did I fall in love with that, I did with this board too! I chose the Optical Black switches as I am a very heavy typer and dont care much about tactility as I touch type fairly well. The PBT double shot caps are VERY high quality, and even though the casing is plastic, (heavy plastic actually) there is a steel plate inside that just gives this whole board such a heavy premium feel. The software could use work as it is very confusing for remapping, but tbh the way it is laid out by default is pretty much perfect anyways. My seasoned mecha board typing coworkers all thought I paid $100+ for this board so take that as you will. Finally, the ability to just pull the switches in and out as needed to swap is also an excellent plus. I wish there were more brands doing optical switches but hey. For $60, you can’t have it all, but you can surely have nearly everything! haha

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  15. Wonderasdf

    Great keyboard, good switches, and not so good keycaps.

    Bought this keyboard to try out red switches, I used outemu blue switches on my last keyboard. I was pleased with the difference these gateron reds make as far as actuation and sound. The customizable colors are also a good plus, especially if you have a specific color theme for your setup. I also like that they decided to use a USB-C port.The only downsides to this keyboard are that the keycaps feel low quality. I decided to replace the caps with the HyperX pudding caps which feel much better in my opinion and also allow for more RGB light to shine through. Also, the keyboard doesn’t come with fold down feet for elevation.Overall it’s a great keyboard for the price and I’d recommend this if you’re on the fence.

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  16. Amazon Customer

    Sound activated??

    there Is an rgb setting on this keyboard that responds to audio. Like there’s literally a microphone in the keyboard. Mind blown.

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  17. Jacob Arnold

    Stop thinking and buy this keyboard

    I received this keyboard and I have had it now for 24 hours. I had to come on here to tell other people that if they are on the fence about this product, to stop thinking and buy it! This thing is awesome. Go online and download the Kemove driver and you are set. The lighting is easy to change and to customize, thanks to the software. The size is perfect, it feels and sounds very solid (doesn’t feel cheap in the slightest), the keys feel durable, and the whole thing looks very nice and understated. It even comes with a nice braided usb-c cable that has a right angle connector.I am in love with this thing. Right now I see zero cons and I just want to sit here and type. The brown switches seem to be just right.Buy it!

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  18. E

    excellent value.

    TL;DR: lots (and lots) of good things. Some bad things. The bad things are nothing surprising for this price point, and nothing big enough to steer you away. Get this board!Pros:-materials seem high quality.-hot-swappable switches make for easy lubing (which makes a HUGE difference in sound and feel)-customer service is fast and helpful. I couldn’t get the software to work with my keyboard, and they sent me a firmware update for the keyboard that worked flawlessly (they replied within 5 hours too).-steel plate adds heft that feels like quality.-felt inside the case behind the pcb for sound absorption included.-the stabilizers for the longer keys are lubed (though I recommend clipping, band-aid-ing, and using far more lube than comes stock).cons:-Software does almost nothing. You can’t really rebind keys to do what you want them to, and all of the lighting effects AND colors on the software are already attainable from just cycling through via the fn+\ keys.-There is no “true RGB” because you cannot pick colors from a gradient or color wheel or anything. there are 8 colors only, though they are good, vibrant options.-The usb has an elbow right where it connects to the keyboard. Seems like nobody would prefer this to a straight connection.-The included stabilizers don’t clip into the plate very snugly, causing unwanted wiggle and clack 🙁 However this can be easily fixed with some thin foam tape or lots of layers of band-aids or whatever you wish to stick to the pcb below the stabilizers to fill space.-just a gripe about this 60% form factor: the delete key is hiding behind a function layer, and that can’t be changed in the poor software, as mentioned before.Overall: for a budget keyboard, I was VERY pleasantly surprised by the number of features and the attention to detail on this product. The only thing that reminds me how little I paid, is how bad the companion software is.

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  19. Tony Killebrew

    Tad bit of input lag

    I don’t use this one exclusively and have to admit that recently I stopped using it when one of the switch stems broke off inside the cap. Thankfully it’s the 6 key and I typically don’t use that one. Sure, they provide you with extra switches, but I cannot extract the broken stem from the cap.I noticed input lag at random times, on 3 different gaming rigs. I connected to 3 different machines to see if it was my PC or possibly the game?! Nope, there is a random input lag that can be detected in COD, Valorant, EFT, and Fortnite. You can really notice it with fast weapon changes, sometimes feeling the need to repeat keypresses for the weapon to finally switch.I have tried straight USB-C as well as USB->USB-C cables on 3 different motherboards. Did I receive a dud?

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  20. winnieyiyi

    Everything is perfect except for one thing.

    I bought this keyboard today but I bought a better one too so I’m returning this one. I did get some time to use this keyboard and in the few hours I had with this, I really enjoyed it. The keyboard is built well, the PBT Doubleshot keycaps feel amazing. The keyboard has no flex and the cable is nicely braided. The packaging I got was a little plain (just a white box) and nothing much was inside except for the keyboard, 2 pullers, a manual, and 2 extra switches. When I typed with it, it felt really responsive and the keys were extremely light and quick. I didn’t get to use the software but I’d assume it’s not bad. I like everything about this keyboard except for one thing, and it’s why I left a 4 star. The keyboard is REALLY LOUD. I know these are Red switches so they’re supposed to be linear and smooth and don’t get me wrong, the switches are buttery smooth. It’s just that the keyboard makes a loud clack as the keycap hits the back plate and another as it retracts. It feels like pressing into a wall and you probably won’t notice it in game but whenever you’re typing, the keyboard is really loud, even with music. Anyways, thanks for reading this and if you don’t mind the sound, I’d definitely recommend this keyboard.

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  21. Harlowe E

    Awesome first time 60% keyboard experience

    Before I start I so have , for comparison, the Logitech 915 clicky switch, and a Razer Huntsman TE (TKL) optical linear switch.I have a full size keyboard and a TKL and want to see what the fuss is with a 60% keyboard but didn’t want to spend a lot for one until I know if this form factor is for me. And after using for about a week I can say I really love how compact it is and really opens up space for my mouse which is set to 400 DPI so I need that space. It is a small learning curve having to learn the function keys but now it’s pretty much good to go.The RGB lighting is surprisingly good and bright. Brighter than even my Razer huntsman TE. I put pudding keycaps on both and the Kemove fills up the keys amazingly where the Razer is just okay. It might be because the back plate is white on the Kemove so the light can spill out more. Compared to my Logitech I would say the output is on par.I opted to get the Gateron Optical red to compare to my Razer OptoMechanical linear switch and I would say it’s pretty damn comparable. I feel the Razer switch is a hair smoother and more stable and takes a bit more force to actuate than the Gateron which is a bit lighter to press down. In terms of response I honestly can’t tell the difference nor does it degrade or improve my game play which is a plus. For typing, I tend to lean on my Logitech G915 with it’s crisp tactile experience.Build quality on the Kemove is more than acceptable for the price. It has a good heft and really stable when gaming. I would even say it feels as sold as my Razer Huntsman TKL. To no surprise, the build on the Logitech G915 is not even fare to compare. That thing is a tank!My only caveat has to be the Kemove driver software. After some time I got familiar with it. I still think it’s too convoluted but yet still lacks some customization I’m looking for. The Logitech G-Hub and Razer Synapse software is much cleaner UI and not nearly as confusing to set custom rgb patterns.So my conclusion is I can see the hype behind 60% keyboards and really complements my small desk setup I have. I will bounce between the Razer and Kemove for gaming to see which I ultimately like. But so far I’m still leaning towards my Razer. I still have plenty of room for my mouse with the TKL form factor. But for the price, the Kemove DK61 is a fantastic buy.

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  22. Robert Hodges

    More Than Advertised

    When the keyboard arrived it included additional components that I was not expecting but was happy to receive. The keyboard is light, responsive and has not disappointed. Great product for the price.

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