Mountain Everest 60 Compact Gaming Keyboard Review

Mountain Everest 60 Numberpad

This is an optional extra, but it’s an extra we’ve certainly opted for. Sure, it almost defeats the purpose of a 60% keyboard being more compact, but at the same time, it just makes it possible to have the best of both worlds to suit your changing circumstances and needs.

It’s built to the exact same high standards as the keyboard. That means the same lubricated and hot-swappable Mountain switches. The body of this thing may be smaller, but again, it has the same multi-layer design of foam and silicone dampening too, ensuring great performance and low noise.

The keycaps are the same double-shot PBT, so again, everything matches up there. You get the same design aluminium faceplate too, and really, this thing just oozed premium quality much like the main keyboard does.

There are magnetic protective side covers here too, which conceal the unused connections. Since you can place this numberpad on the left or right side of the keyboard, or even have it free-standing, it’s nice that this has been taken into consideration.

It uses metal rods and magnets to mount with the keyboard, ensuring it firmly locks into place when mounted to the keyboard.

Here you can see it on the left. I quite like the idea of having it on the left for gaming and setting it up as a macro pad.

Or on the right of the Mountain Everest 60!

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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