Ducky announces a full-size version of its One TKL RGB keyboard, distinguished by its double shot keycaps made of Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT), which is generally more durable than standard ABS plastic. The signs are applied to a separate piece of light-permeable plastic. The advantage of this is that the signs do not wear off the keycap, as with a laser-etched keycap.
Also the keycaps used are manufactured by the Chinese Hardcap, a manufacturer that uses Ducky as a distributor and works with Varmilo. The switches are of the type Cherry MX RGB and the keyboard supports Ducky Macro 2.0.
More information is not yet known, but it is expected that different versions will be available on the market with various Cherry MX switches, just like his little brother. It is therefore expected that the new keyboard will cost more than € 140 that you charge for the One TKL RGB.