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EPOMAKER TH21 Numpad
$35 - $49
Need a few extra keys for programmable commands or other functions? Put them on the TH21 numpad from EPOMAKER's newly launched theory series keyboard. Engineered with a 21-key PCB, this numpad has the space and processing power to handle your most demanding tasks. Fully programmable, it’s the perfect choice for gamers, programmers, and professionals looking to streamline their workflows.
TH21 is designed as a hot-swappable numpad to provide extra fun for mechanical keyboard lovers! This means you can easily change out the switches for a different type, without any soldering or effort. Want a different typing feel or sound? Simply change out the switches, and you can have a completely different tactile experience! This also extends the lifespan of the keyboard as you can easily switch out the components without throwing out the entire keyboard.
When it comes to the feel and performance of switches, every detail counts. In Gateron’s Pro line of switches, every detail delivers. With the yellow switch option, TH21 Numpad comes with selected Gateron Pro for consistency and durability. Time to feel something different.
XDA Profile is a short uniform keycap profile that is a little taller than DSA. Like DSA, XDA keycaps are low profile and uniform which results in this profile being liked by enthusiasts for having a great look. It's pretty easy to get used and sounds similar to Cherry profile just a lower pitch. This profile is considered as a solid option for both gaming and quick or regular typing.
TH21 is preset with quite a few stunning RGB backlight effects. Simply press keys to switch between each other. Backlight effects will go with most keyboards and make a good match. It is easy to control light brightness and speed, so that you will make a custom keyboard. RGB Backlight Setting Instruction: FN+BACKSPACE=Turn on/off backlight, FN+5=RGB Backlight preset mode, FN+-=Decrease backlight brightness, FN++=Increase backlight brightness, FN+/=Decrease backlight speed, FN+x=Increase backlight speed.