Drop SENSE75 Mechanical Keyboard Revealed, Boasts Enthusiast Features

Drop has simultaneously announced and opened up pre-orders for its new SENSE75 mechanical keyboard. This enthusiast-grade product boasts many of the must-have features that veteran members of the community look for in higher-end boards. Features include the popular 75% layout, gasket-mount, volume knob, south-facing switches, and more.

New Drop SENSE75 mechanical keyboard features

Drop SENSE75

  • South-facing switches to avoid keycap interference.
  • Reliable hot-swappable sockets to maximize customization.
  • PCB-mount stabilizers that come factory-tuned to minimize rattle.
  • A one-of-a-kind, subtle RGB LED underglow that creates a visually appealing halo.
  • Per-key RGB that can be customized.
  • Accessible configuration software* with QMK and VIA firmware support for seamless customization.

The SENSE75 comes in two colors, Nightfall black or Polar e-white, and buyers can either go with a barebones kit that includes the keyboard frame only, or a pre-built version with the frame, switches, and keycaps. Those opting for the pre-built will receive Holy Panda X switches, DCX keycaps, and Phantom Stabilizers.

As for pricing, there are four different SKUs to choose from:

  • Barebones in Nightfall (black): $249
  • Barebones in Polar (e-white): $299
  • Pre-built in Nightfall (black): $349
  • Pre-built in Polar (e-white): $399

Pre-orders for the pre-built versions are now being taken on Drop.com. The first 500 users to pre-order will receive a free MT3 keycap set, limited-edition launch novelty keycap, and carrying case. Shipments are expected to arrive by early November. The barebones versions will be available buy “at a later date.”

Those looking for an awesome mouse to pair the SENSE75 with should check out our Razer Basilisk V3 Pro review. If that’s a little too pricey for you, the HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless has been labeled as the “best bang for your buck wireless mouse” in the GameRevolution review.

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