What is the opinion of Reddit about the
YUNZII SK61 Pink Hotswap Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Optical Switch, RGB, Programmable Custom Keyboard (Gateron Blue Switch, Pink 61 Keys)?

A total of 2 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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30th Aug 2020

Sure!! Happy to answer. For reference, I started with this SK61.

It honestly just pops right in and stays in place without the mounting screws, because it does rest on the mounting holes, it just doesn’t align with the PCB. Sooo… the only thing keeping is secure is by virtue is the case is that tight of a fit. I’ve gotten it to pop out once when forcefully removing a switch, but other than that it stays in. The plate seems to be held in place by the stabs, which I didn’t bother to remove when I swapped between cases.

In this picture you can see where the case mounts are, and in this one the PCB in the case without any screws holding it in.

1 point

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19th Jul 2020

I have been searching some of these very similar keyboards, and they seem to be made by the same people if not sharing the same pcb or being the exactly same keyboard in some cases.

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Dierya seems to be a cheaper brand for Kemove. In this video the Dierya DK66 had the same logo used by the Skyloong GK66

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjMio_bC2jM&t=323s

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Here in this video of Skyloong/Geek SK61 the user (at 9:34) shows the list of keyboards supported by that sofware ad that list includes for example the SK66S Epomaker is also selling.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qneJkF5FeYU

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And here the anne pro 2 is sold as Epomaker:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Epomaker-Anne-Pro2-60-Bluetooth-Mechanical-Keyboard-with-RGB-Backlit-PBT-Key-/114302855953

https://gadgetsin.com/epomaker-anne-pro2-60-bluetooth-mechanical-keyboard-with-rgb-backlit.htm

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Here are some words about Skyloong and Epomaker “partnership”. Not sure if partnership here means “same thing with a different brand name”.

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https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/epomaker-gk68xs-bluetooth-mechanical-keyboard#/

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For the chipsets there is not much information available. The kickstarter page of the kemove 66-64 says “Nxp 64 bit chip”. And the Amazon page of the Yunzii sk61 says it has a 32 bit M3 (ARM..) MCU. Hopefully all this keyboards share the same chipset?

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https://www.amazon.com/Yunzii-Mechanical-Gaming-Keyboard-Backlit/dp/B07WJ4QZ4Q

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I can’t send you one of these keyboards right now (shouldn’t be a problem in a few months) but I’ll ask kemove if they want to support a QMK port. Of course anybody reading this is invited to share either more information or hardware if possible.