Reviews and Problems with Mionix Zibal 60 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
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Other than that it's a very good keyboard and well made
Nigel R DuCasse, Amazon
26 October 2014
Summary: Had this keyboard for a few weeks now, replaced a Corsair K95 which I dropped and LED lights intermittently cut out. The Mionix Zibal 60 is on a par with the K95, though I prefer the K95. The only minor gripe is that the LED lights do not turn on automatically, you have to manually turn them on. Other than that it's a very good keyboard and well made.
Summary: Having had a lot of problems with my bluetooth connection on my new laptop I eventually reached the decision that I had to replace my old 'Microsoft Keyboard Elite' with a wired unit. Decision made, I knew I wanted something that was both good quality and discrete. It took a little research but I'm very happy with the Mionix Zibal 60.
Summary: also have the steel series 6gv2 and while it was very nice the white lettering faded and got dirty very quickly and was hard to see in any dim lighting. also the shift key and some other keys were oddly placed and i never really got used to it. this addresses both those problems nicely and is a very handsome piece of gear. all in all this is the best keyboard ive ever used.
Pros: very solid, smooth finish is very nice to touch
doesnt have the weird right shift or other buttons like the steel series
not too bright
Cons: lighting can be uneven in certain light
gets warm when on full brightness (not bad just one spot on the bottom, i only notice cause i game with it on my lap)
the extra lettering on any key that has two sets of symbols isnt lit up, only the main one. its not bad just would have been nice to see.
Summary: I have owned and used a lot of mechanical keyboards, and I feel this one is by far the most well built one I have used. The overall quality of the design and keyboard itself surprised me. It has a fantastic feel from key to key. If you're into the Cherry MX Black key switches, (not everyone is - it favors gaming more than typing) this is the best keyboard out there to buy.
- Extremely sturdy and solid build
- Consistent feel from key to key
- Includes great extra features (usb and sound ports, wrist rest, function + media keys) without cluttering the design
- Has a durable thick cable, great for transportation
- Wrist rest is comfortable
- The rubber stoppers guarantee your keyboard will not slide during gaming and typing sessions
- The wrist rest doesn't have the most secure latches
- Doesn't come with a usb/ps2 adaptor like the Tt eSPORTS MEKA G1 (they're the exact same keyboard)
Summary: I bought this because I was looking for a replacement for my Steelseries 7g, the best keyboard ever. Unfortunately my new motherboard doesn't have a PS/2 slot, and I don't trust the adaptors, I'd rather have something made for usb to be honest. This Mionix keyboard looked up to the job. In operation it's just as smooth as the Steelseries, beautiful key-presses. Nice powder touch finish too.
Summary: having used a razer lycosa and a razer blackwidow ultimate i have to say this is the best keyboard i ever used, i much prefer the feel of the keys compared to the clicking noise of the blackwidow.
Summary: Jag valde att köpa Zibal 60 eftersom jag har en Mionix 8200 mus som jag är nöjd med, jag fortsatte alltså på samma märke. Det jag gillar är att det är mekaniskt och har svarta cherry MX. Det negativa med det är att det hörs rätt bra när man trycker ner tangenterna helt, men mekaniken gör att det går att skriva soft genom att bara trycka ner tangenterna litegranna. Tyvärr så slits tangenterna ut alldeles för lätt och jag har efter ett år svårt att se att W är W t.ex.