If you’re looking for a great entry point to the colorful, thoccy, and expensive world of mechanical keyboards, keep an eye out for MelGeek’s upcoming Mojo68. It’s a stylish and fully assembled 60% mechanical keyboard with a transparent plastic chassis, gasket-mounted components, RGB backlighting, and wired and wireless connectivity options.
The Mojo68’s biggest appeal is obviously its look. Its chassis comes in six colors, each with a matching set of keycaps. I like that the keycaps aren’t palette-swaps and actually have varied designs. There’s something for almost everyone. As expected, the keyboard is programmable and has a hot-swap PCB. Inside you’ll find silicon and poron dampening pads as well as a plate, so you’ve got plenty of ways to tune its sound. The keyboard can be connected via USB, Bluetooth 5.1, and what I’m assuming will be a USB dongle as the third option.
MelGeek says it will soon launch a Kickstarter fundraiser for the Mojo68. You can leave your email at the company’s website to get notified when the fundraiser goes live. You can also put down a $1 (USD) deposit to avail of the limited pledge tier that will get you the Mojo68 as a reward for only $149, a $99 discount from its final retail price.