Driver for Docooler Motospeed CK61 RGB Keyboard. The keyboard is really great for the price! Quality is really good, surprises me. The pressure point and click feel great. Minimalistic and beautiful. Let’s see how the long-term experience will be.
Docooler MOTOSPEED CK61 Driver & Review
Unfortunately, the instructions are not that easy to understand. However, by trying it out and Youtube, I was able to find out most of it. I used the keys on my old keyboard to do justice to the German layout again. Unfortunately, the USB-C cable is a bit short. I recommend ordering a 3m cable with the keyboard for desktop use.
Anyone looking for a cheap 60% keyboard is well served with this one. However, I would advise everyone to take over keys from the old keyboard (have taken over keys from my old Hyper X alloy FPS) and buy a longer cable. From my point of view, the only alternative is the Ducky ONE 2 Mini, which offers a German layout, but costs three times as much.
Unfortunately I didn’t have long fun with the keyboard. The “W” key sometimes does not respond or is delayed when gaming. The keyboard is probably too cheap for continuous use and for gaming (or the switches).
It was important for me that the keyboard was mechanical, relatively quiet, RGB-illuminated, largely compact and stable or torsion-resistant. The keyboard should also be wired to avoid input latency and power bottlenecks. I quickly chose the Docooler because, on the one hand, the quality, materials and workmanship are
highly praised by the trade press and the software for customizing the key commands and lighting is implemented well and intuitively.
I already knew that from my Docooler mouse. I particularly like the brown switches, which give great feedback when entering data, react super precisely and are relatively quiet. Even when typing long text you are immediately in the flow. Top.
But the best thing about it is that I like the keyboard by far the best of all that I’ve seen live in this price range. The lighting concept also offers a unique show on the worktop – if that’s what you want. This is probably thanks to the flat keyboard caps, because this makes the LEDs look a lot more intense. The brightness of the lighting can be adjusted using the rotary control.
The USB cable is sufficiently long and covered with fabric. I don’t use the palm rest. If the Docooler didn’t exist, I would have opted for the SteelSeries Apex7. Although it does not have low caps, it has an integrated LED display for displaying functions or displaying symbols.
The price-performance ratio, the range of functions and the ingenious optics speak clearly in favor of the Docooler Motospeed. For me, the Docooler is the perfect universal keyboard and therefore gets full marks.