In this article, I give you my quick review of the Abkoncore K660 Arc keyboard. If you’re not familiar with Abkoncore they’re pretty big in Korea but in the US they’re not too big or well known. However, they do make a lot of various peripherals for computers, and that’s things like mice, headsets, computer cases, and of course keyboards like this.
Most of the keyboards run roughly in the range of budget to mid-tier and this keyboard here is budget price tier.
I did review their most expensive and premium keyboard in this post.
When receiving this package, you’re going to receive the keyboard which connects via USB regular a cable a keyboard cover that will help you store or travel with the keyboard if that’s something you wish to do a key remover tool that will let you customize the keys or pull them out to clean and speaking of cleaning it also does come with a cleaning brush which will allow for you to do a deeper clean behind the keys on the keyboard and last but not least a user’s guide manual that will show you how to use some of the lighting effects and functions of this keyboard which we’ll be covering a little bit.
The first impression with this keyboard was the design language and it was definitely more on the aggressive side. And the reason I found it to be a little more aggressive was because of this pretty aggressive cut out here on the top which is pretty cool. I’ve never seen this uni click on a keyboard before. And another thing that really stood out to me was these RGB lights on the side which do look pretty cool because they kind of arc up and it creates this really cool-looking effect when the keyboard is laying on your desk.
So, in terms of the material of this keyboard, this thing is made fully of plastic and it’s not exactly a cheap-feeling keyboard. I would say, it’s on the more durable side when it comes to the materials. The cutout at the top of the keyboard is made of an acrylic material that lights up with some RGB lights that are built into the keyboard right next to the glass and these lights can be customized using shortcuts on the keyboard which we’ll cover a little bit later in the review, as well the chord is made of a fully braided material which doesn’t feel cheap. I wouldn’t be worried about this thing breaking over time.