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HAVIT HV-KB389L RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard


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Description

Full 104 anti-ghosting keys
Constructed with 104 floating keys, every floating key with independent brown switch (Kailh switch) and LED light, full anti-ghosting, plug and play, No driver needed.

4 Adjustable multiple RGB backlit modes
•4 unique Interactive RGB Backlit Mode by pressing FN+Insert: One-click Lighting Mode, Ripple Backlit Lighting Mode, One-click Zone Lighting Mode, and Response of Typing Speed Lighting Mode;
•7 Colors Breathing Mode by pressing FN+Home;
•Always Backlit on Mode by pressing FN+Page Up;
•Side Backlit Mode by pressing FN+Page Down;
•Scanning Backlit from left to right mode by pressing FN+End.

Backlit brightness and speed adjustment
Press FN+←/→ to adjust the speed of backlit;
Press FN+↓/↑to adjust the brightness of the backlit

Customizable backlit keys and Programmable macro keys
Custom settings: Press FN+1!/2@/3# → FN+F11 (Backlit of F11 flashes) to start to custom the backlit of keys as you like. Then press FN+F11 to end the setting. Press FN+1!/2@/3# the backlit of the keys you set are lit up.
Macro management: Press FN+F12 to light up the backlit of Y, U, I, O, P. Then press 'FN+ Y/U/I/O/P' to enter the macro management. Press FN+F12 to end the setting.

Unique Side RGB Backlit
The Side RGB Backlit function can be controlled independently by pressing Fn+Print/ Fn+Scroll; it will display 7 colors breathing in circle while power on.

Specification:
Multimedia keys:6
Layout: US
Key Switch:Brown switch
Operating Force:50~60g
Travel(Total):4.0 mm
Net Weight:1200g
N-key-rollover:Support
Operating Current:150mA
Operating Voltage:5V
Compatibility: Windows Vista/Win 7/Win 8/Win 10/Mac OS
Win key deactivation:Fn + Win key

Product Comparison

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HV-KB395L / HV-KB390L KB487L HV-KB432L KB851L KB512L KB500L HV-KB435L
Type Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical
Switch Kailh PG1350 Blue / Red Switch Jixian Red Switch Otemu Blue Switch Jixian Blue Switch Jixian Blue Switch HOT-SWAPPED Gateron Optical Brown Switches Otemu Blue Switch
Number of Keys 104 / 87 89 104 89 71 64 87
Programmable Yes No No No No Yes No
Keycaps Low Profile PBT Keycaps PBT Keycaps Exchangable keycaps

Translusent, Double Shot PBT keycaps

Double Shot Keycaps

Exchangable keycaps Exchangable keycaps
Keyboard Thickness 0.89 Inch (22.5mm) 1.59 Inch (40.5mm) 1.38 Inch (35mm) 1.54 Inch (39mm) 1.43 Inch (36.3mm) 1.81 Inch (46mm) 1.41 Inch (35.8mm)
Backlit RGB / LED, Customizable N/A RGB, Customizable / LED Predefined RGB modes Predefined LED modes RGB, Customizable RGB, Customizable
Cable Detachable USB Cable Wired Wired Wired Detachable USB Type-C Cable Detachable USB Type-C Cable Wired
Multimedia Functions No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Other Features

N/A

  • Retro Design
  • Compact keyboard with Number Pad
Detachable Wrist Rest

Compact keyboard with Number Pad

N/A

  • Extra Brown Switches provided
  • Waterproof
N/A

This product has been upgraded to KB462L

Customer Reviews

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Haito
lack of some features

I have been using this keyboard for ~2 weeks. It has been great experience since very beginning, but I think that lack of some features is quite disturbing, like: – no external software to drive background lightning effects – no previous and next song buttons (really? How is it possible XD, that would be like most common use case except mute everything) – no extra usb slot on side of the keyboard – no cable protection I’ve also found that keyboard sometimes resonates with underlying material (desk, my knees etc..) sometimes emitting weird metalic noises, but that’s thing that I can live with. What is also worth mentioning is that IMHO key travel distance is quite big. What I have said up to this point isn’t quite positive but in fact I’m loving this keyboard. It looks like good sturdy heavy duty `shiny` piece of equipment that satisfies all of my needs, but might be better in future. I hope that this keyboard will have it’s successor that fixes all the issues that I pointed. Sincerely, Haito

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Chris
Switched from the blackwidow to the KB389L

"So a lot of you all tell me and others that Razer is overpriced, so I picked up a Havit KB389L to see if razer is really an overpriced piece of rubbish (If you want to watch the video version it’s linked here: https://youtu.be/Nf3N_f3yoN8 ). So I have been using the HV-KB389L for just under 2 weeks now and for only ?73 on amazon ($74.99 USD on the product page) it has performed reasonably well. The Keyboard can come in either white or black (white being a more unique colour for a keyboard but harder to clean) and the key caps are also in the colour chosen. The keyboard houses khali switches (the same company that makes the Razer switches) the switches are khali “browns” which are more like a hybrid of cherry reds and browns (leaning more to reds) but they’re okay and they don’t feel too bad but still not the same as cherry switches. I’m going to compare the rest of the features to razer’s blackwidow Chroma as I feel like that’s where it is competing. The Havit keyboard has a matte finish with a built in palm rest (which I find a little too small when writing) and overall it’s not a bad experience but compared to Razer’s soft surface (which does pick up fingerprints very easily and requires a lot of cleaning to look clean) on the blackwidow Chroma it’s not quite as nice when typing however the chroma does not have a palm rest which does make long typing sessions exhausting. Gaming however is okay on the Razer keyboard however the very clicky switches do make it annoying for teammates in games where teamwork and calls are key (mainly CS) and this is nearly eliminated with the Khali brown switches in the 389L. The Havit keyboard doesn’t have any software to program the LED’s which is kind of a double edge sword, you don’t have to load up software and make an account to change anything and you don’t need to install any software, however it does limit the customisation and it also means you have to get back to your profile each time, you can setup up to 3 profiles at...

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