You can now get white custom keycaps for your HyperX keyboards
It’s the only type of pudding that belongs on a keyboard.
When you buy a new keyboard, most manufacturers give you low-cost ABS plastic for the keycaps. That’s fine to get you going, but ABS isn’t the nicest thing to type on and it’s an oil-magnet.
HyperX now has white pudding keycaps for its keyboards
I’ve been using this set for a couple weeks now and it’s like a different keyboard. The PBT is slightly grippier than the original keycaps, and I haven’t seen an oil patch yet. I’ve been careful to not eat anything like Cheetos though, I have no illusions about white PBT and stains…
- PBT is longer-lasting and oil resistant, so the legends won’t fade like on standard keycaps
- The pudding design really makes your RGB effects shine on
- They’re compatible with all HyperX keyboards, and you get a keycap puller in the box
- With the usual buy-in for custom keycaps starting at around $50, this set is a steal
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