Drevo Calibur 71-Key Mechanical Keyboard Review

Recently a company by the name Drevo contacted us to take a look at a few of their products, starting with the Calibur keyboard. This keyboard has a rather interesting design as it is even smaller than a Tenkeyless keyboard with only 71 keys. This small design will definitely appeal to people who do not want a large keyboard and keyboard purists. On top of that this is a true mechanical keyboard with RGB backlighting. The really cool thing about this keyboard is that it can be used as a wireless keyboard (via Bluetooth) or wired like any other keyboard. This is definitely going to be an interesting keyboard to take a look at so let’s jump in!

Special thanks to Drevo for providing us with the Calibur 71-Key Mechanical Keyboard to review.

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The Calibur mechanical keyboard comes in a pretty plain box that is not much larger than the keyboard itself. It was actually surprised at how small the package was. On the front there is a Drevo logo and in the bottom corner a Calibur logo.

Drevo Calibur 71-Key Mechanical Keyboard

Flipping the box over to the back there is a paragraph talking about the Calibur as well as a full list of specifications.

Drevo Calibur 71-Key Mechanical Keyboard

Opening the box up and getting everything out we have the Calibur keyboard, USB cable, keycap puller, user’s guide, and a couple of Drevo stickers. One thing that I liked is that since we have the white version of the keyboard, we have a white USB cable. A black cable would just mess the whole all-white thing up.

Drevo Calibur 71-Key Mechanical Keyboard

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