Akko 3108 V2 World Tour-Tokyo R1 108-key
Explore the world with your keyboard
The Akko World Tour series is inspired by some famous cities in the world and uses the latest sublimation technology to vividly express the cultural characteristics of the region. The World Tour Series aims to offering products that are more than just writing instruments, they also serve as a bridge for cultural communication and interaction.
Mount Fuji and cherry blossoms – iconic image of Tokyo
Tokyo is considered more a symbol than a city of modern Japanese culture. Speaking of Tokyo, in addition to popular spots such as Tokyo Tower, Sky Tree, and the sacred places, Mt. Fuji is also famous. Akko designed this World Tour Tokyo keyboard inspired by the beautiful spring scenery of Mount Fuji and cherry blossoms. The R1 version does not have a Japanese script and certain novelty keys like the R2 version. Apart from that, the R1 version is a great choice for users who do not know Japanese hiragana but enjoy Tokyo culture.
Full-size keyboard, 104 keys
This is a standard full-size keyboard with dedicated numpad which for a lot of people is actually very important, especially in a productivity standpoint. This is the most classic keyboard layout, which also means the most comprehensive functionality at the expense of size. For users who need number pad, this keyboard is the best choice.
- An item that can almost be considered a standard feature these days is n-key rollover. N-key rollover describes the possibility to theoretically press all keys of the keyboard simultaneously without the signals of some keys not being transmitted to the PC. The “n” in n-Key Rollover stands for any number – so you can press as many keys as you like at the same time. For example, on a keyboard with 5-key rollover, you could only press five keys at a time before signals are lost. Useful can be the n-key rollover, for example, for players or players of MMORPGs, where in combat many skills and thus many keys must be pressed in quick succession.
- The Akko 3108 Keyboard is designed with n-key rollover, and it supports conflict free, which is a must-have keyboard for gamers.
Users are able to customize and redefine keys through built-in Macro on all keys (except special keys such as Win and Esc used to exit/enter the Macro mode) to enable quick action sequence for gaming. The 3087 keyboard also includes Windows shortcut keys, which supports Windows system shortcut key combinations, such as media playback, browser, mail, etc.
Type-C Cable and Adjustable Feet
As usual, this keyboard includes a type-C separated cable for wide compatibility and convenient use. Cable and the keyboard can be separated, while the cable has three different ways of lining to meet various needs. Two-stage feet has three different levels of height. You can adjust it as you wish. The ergonomic design is comfortable to use even for long time use.
PBT Keycaps & Dye sublimation & Novelty Keys
- The keycaps of the Akko 3108 V2 World Tour-Tokyo R1 were manufactured using the Double-Shot PBT process. This is basically the method of production of keycaps recognized as the highest quality.
- Dye sublimation is another process of printing the legends by combining the dye substance into the PBT plastic seamlessly so they will never fade away and you’ll barely feel them on top of the keycaps, unlike pad printing.
Novelty keys or novelty keycaps are keycaps whose purpose is solely decorative. If you feel tired of using the same keyboard for a long time, you can also replace the keycaps yourself
The Akko 3087 V2 World Tour-Tokyo R1 keyboard doesn’t have LED backlighting out of the box, since the keycaps are not light-transmitting. If you want to add LEDs in the future, you can do so since it also has slots for a 2 pin LED diode.
There are three different Akko switches available
- Akko Pink is linear: Smooth and consistent keystroke with a quiet noise.
- Akko Orange is tactile: A small bump on each keystroke with a moderate noise.
- Akko Blue is clicky: A small bump on each keystroke with a loud click noise