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- Great for enthusiasts
- Solid build quality
- Bright white backlighting with four brightness levels
- Costs less than half of other Drop keyboards
- Marketing is great
It might help to include the formats you're interested in. 100%, TKL, 70%, ect.
I really like my Drop Entr. It's a $90 TKL.
OK Keyboard, But the plastic brittle stand will break and you are out of luck.
Keyboard is ok, feels very stiff. It's heavy. But like any design, it's only as good as it's weakest link. The stands are made with cheap brittle plastic. They will break under the weight on the keyboard (see pic). Obviously they need to fix this. Crystal Ashley (Drop Community Support) told me they...
Drop ENTR Mechanical Keyboard Review
But for clean, comfortable typing, this is as good as it gets at a sub-$100 price. The Drop ENTR is a simple mechanical keyboard, but its premium build makes it feel like so much more. Even better, its sub-$100 price means that you won't spend an extraordinary amount of money for an excellent typing experience
The Drop ENTR keyboard is a decent TenKeyLess mechanical keyboard. It has an excellent build quality, with a solid aluminum case and plastic cover that exhibits minimal flex. It has bright, white backlighting with four brightness levels that you can control directly on the keyboard
SOLID VALUE - Drop ENTR Mechanical Keyboard Review
You know what i mean so again: it's very easy to get into that rabbit hole, especially with mechanical keyboards, with all the customization and features, and so many different ones out there from multiple brands, and that's where i put this: let's focus right: there, 90 complete wind. So anyways, thank you so much for stopping by watching my review on the drop enter keyboard right here. I hope i answered some questions if you're looking into this board, if you have any more, definitely ask right down in the comments, always glad to talk shop right there and don't forget to go to pick up your uh techni merch right here, link's right down in The description, but again, thank you so much for stopping by
I can't decide if I like it or not....
The unboxing was of this item was a really good experience! I was expecting to see a cheap looking board, because in some pictures the top plastic plate looked cheap, but I wrong. It was actually really impressive. And, it holds some weight to it too. i don't find that it really moves around on my d...
A Keyboard From Drop You ACTUALLY Can Afford
As always, i hope you enjoyed the video check out other relevant content on our channel and if you want to drop keyboard, stop no! No, that's not it. If you want to drop all or control, if you're thinking you can get, if you're thinking you can try, if you're thinking you can get the quality of a drop, alt or control in the drop enter, don't even think about it. That's not happening
Feels like a gateway into Drop
Drop is a brand that knows how to market their products. I’ve been hammered with their ads on Facebook and Instagram for years now and I’ve always wanted to get fingers onto a Drop mechanical keyboard to see what the noise is all about. Enter the ENTR. I bought the Drop ENTR tenkeyless mechanical ke...
$90 Fully Built Mechanical Keyboard - Drop ENTR Review
That's about the same price, but it comes with no switches. It comes with no keycaps, so you're trying to fill out even that smaller 65 keyboard.
Great experience for the money
I went silver/olive with tactile switches. I probably would have gone with black if available, but I'm probably happier with what I got. It's got an industrial look to it. I'm a mid-range mechanical keyboard guy...I max out around $125 and I buy pre-assembled. So there might be better keyboards than...