(from: DropOfficial website）
But if you look closely, you will find that the Drop is equipped with a knob in the upper right corner of the SENSE75. And after power on, players can enjoy RGB LED lighting effects.
It’s worth mentioning that the SENSE75 also features a hot-swappable key design, meaning DIYers can easily replace the keys they need.
In addition, to meet the typing needs of users, the keyboard also supports customization through QMK and VIA.
Drop also features the popular gasket mounting system for the first time on the SENSE75, which it claims helps enhance the listening experience and some bounce during typing.
Drop CEO Jef Holove said that in developing the 75% compact keyboard, they worked to create a product with great attention to detail and quality materials.
This means they not only have to offer performance that outperforms other competitors on the market, but also meet the typing and customization preferences of the community.
The good news is that after an intensive design and R&D process, Drop is proud to unveil the SENSE75 personalized keyboard and can’t wait to get it into the hands of community experiencers.
It is reported that the Drop SENSE75 offers the company’s Holy Panda X switches, brand new DCX keycaps, and factory-tuned Phantom stabilizers, as well as a barebones SKU that only includes the keyboard frame and PCB board.
In terms of color matching, only two kinds of night black / electronic white are seen in the first release, the pre-built version is priced at 349 / 399 US dollars, and the barebones version is 249 / 299 US dollars. If all goes well, Drop will begin shipping the SENSE75 in November.