|Model Number||Anne Pro 2|
|Power Source||AC & Battery|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Polymer|
|Device interface - primary||Keyboard|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Product Dimensions||28.4 x 9.7 x 2 cm; 622 Grams|
|Item Weight||622 g|
|Item Model Number||Anne Pro 2|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||5 April 2019|
Anne Pro 2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard 60% True RGB Backlit - Wired/Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 PBT Type-c Up to 8 Hours Extended Battery Life, Full Keys Programmable by Obins (Cherry Mx Blue)
|Number of buttons||61|
|Number of keys||61|
About this item
- ✅PROLONGED BLUETOOTH USAGE : Anne pro 2 utilizes 1900mah battery which offers up to 8 hours wireless usage under regular circumstances, which means a few days life cycle on a single charge. There is also built-in on/off switch to conserve battery power during transport or when not used. Can be used wireless with Bluetooth LE 4.0 (Windows 8/10̵ Mac̵ OS Linux Android 4.4 and above, IOS 7.0 and above)
- ✅ MAGIC FN KEY: While retaining the original CapsLock Key Function, the magic key can copy the FN key function that gives you a quick access to your media player, custom function etc. ✅ DOUBLE FN KEY that gives you quick access to multimedia key, homepage, custom function
- ✅ ARROW KEYS ON KEYBOARD via tap mode. 👉 Probably the first 60% keyboard with arrow keys back. Tap key functionality enables keys to behave differently when tapped or held. By default, Right shift, Fn1, Fn2, and Right control behave as arrow keys when tapped
- ✅ OFFLINE MACROS: up to 16 groups of macro that can make your work or gaming easier than before , 💡 Full RGB Backlit ( customize any key )
- ✅ SOFTWARE CONTROL CENTER : Multi Platform software make customization easy and create the most complicated lighting effects in seconds.
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- Consistent Bluetooth Connectivity. Paring and stability is one of the most concerned issue on Anne pro 1st Gen. Obinslab has spent great endeavor to get it mostly resolved and bring the performance to demanding standards.
- Prolonged Wireless usage. Anne pro 2 utilizes 1900mah battery which is up to for 8 hours wireless usage under regular circumstance, which means a few days life cycle on a single charge. There is also built-in on/off switch to conserve battery power
- Arrow Keys on keyboard. Probably the first 60% keyboard with arrow keys back. Tap key functionality enables keys to behave differently when tapped or held. By default, Right shift, Fn1, Fn2, and Right control behave as arrow keys when tapped
- Maximize Your Imagination: ObinsLab starter companion software enable users to fully personalize their keyboards. RGB backlights are individually addressable
- Bluetooth system requirement: Bluetooth 4.0 receiver / Windows 10 / Android 4.4 and above / IOS 7.0 and above / Mac OS 10.10 and above. (Check the compatibility before purchasing)
- Keys Quantity: 61 keys
- Main Control Chip: Dual ARM Cortex-M
- USB: USB Type-C connection
- Response Time: 1ms
- NKRO: Support
- Key caps: PBT keycaps
- Firmware Upgrade: App Support
- App Support: Yes
- Light Effect: RGB 16 million colors
- 1*Pull Key Tool
- 1*USB Type-C Cord
- 1*User Manual
- 1* Additional Key cap set (random color)
- Wired : USB (Windows 7/8/10̵Mac̵Linux)
- Wireless Bluetooth LE 4.0 (Windows 8/10̵Mac̵Linux)
- Size: 97 * 284 * 40mm
- Weight: 635g
- Battery: 1900mAh
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As an IT professional of 25 years (and one time gamer), I was curious what makes a keyboard worth $115(!).
He was thrilled to open the present, and I proceeded to get it installed to his Acer gaming laptop. That's where the fun begins. This was arguably one of the more difficult and buggy setups of any device I've ever used. Windows recognizes it pretty quickly (via USB), but guess I'm slow - it took forever to figure out that I needed to download the software and apply a key mapping, as it's blank out of the box, and nothing works! Additionally, bluetooth setup is beyond difficult. I had to do some research to figure out how to get it in pairing mode, and even then, the pairing took dozens of attempts to finally work.
The software to modify mappings and colors is easily the most poorly designed interface and UI I've used. It's ridiculously unintuitive, and there's *zero* directions included.
Once I got it working and showed my son how to navigate the software, he's happy and loves the keyboard. It does seem well build, they keyboard is heavy, but between the horrible software and difficulty in just getting started, I can't see the value in this. It's a chinese company, with poorly written grammar structures all over their website and even the packaging. You've got these companies throwing money and products at all these popular Fortnite youtubers, and they're gladly pimping the products to gullible youth.
This is truly about a $40 keyboard at best, so personally I'd save your money, buy a sub-$50 keyboard for your gamer kid, and maybe spend the rest on a nice dinner. Or v-bucks.
With that being said, as far as the keyboard goes I love it! The switches all work and feel great and the build quality is excellent. I like the white background for the Rgb lighting and the balanced weight that keeps it nicely planted on my desk.
If you want to program the keys and lighting, wait a while until they figure out their software issues. If you don’t mind and just want a nice keyboard then I can definitely recommend this.
I'm currently typing this review connected to my Android phone (Pixel) and there is zero discernable lag. I'm not much of a gamer, just a former pianist who appreciates a nice, tactile feel when typing (I type the old-fashioned "proper" way, using all 10 fingers). I got the brown switches and am happy with that decision.
Didn't have any problems pairing this with my laptop or my phone (you just have to be a little patient while the device finds the keyboard - maybe activate pairing a 2nd time - but it will pair just fine. If there is software available for android to control the settings, I'm unaware of it - I just paired it and started using it. ....I suspect that a lot of the problems people are having are with the colors in some crazy personalized custom setting - which I really don't need (the presets are just fine for me), so I don't expect to run into any of that.
I like the extra keys they provided, but I'm not a huge fan of the color combo, so I probably won't be using those (there's only one replacement for the Escape key, and it bright pink).
One reveiwer commented negatively about the weight - I LIKE that it's nice and heavy! Feels solid and doesn't move around. One YT reviewer commented that he wouldn't even worry about tossing it in a bag. I wouldn't, either, except that I don't want it getting dirty, so I'll probably get a cover of some kind.
One thing that I've yet to figure out is how to eaily insert a tilde (I will probably program that in, I just haven't done it yet).
I've not had this keyboard for even 24 hours, but I'm truly in love with it and can sense an upcoming addiction to mechanical keyboards.
If you're on the fence about getting it, don't be - just get it!
EDIT: I found the tilde -- It's typed with the F1 + Shift + Esc key combination (this and other symbols programmable and there by default are visible from the software). Still loving the keyboard (6 hours later, lol)!!
Personally i know boards that are $25 and that have better Bluetooth connectivity with it. LET ME SAY, EASE OF USE IS HORRIBLE, I’ve spent countless hours trying to figure this thing out. It’s possible that i could’ve received a defective device but there are multiple people that complain about receiving defective devices on here.
Case in point, i don’t believe wireless gaming keyboards are up to today’s wired keyboard standards and it sucks because who doesn’t love a wire free keyboard ?