Func KB-460 Mechanical Keyboard Review


The keyboard comes in a glossy white box with a picture of the keyboard on the front.

Around back there is another picture of the keyboard, as well pointers showing the key details of the keyboard. There is also a listing of the keyboard’s specifications.

Once inside the box, we see the keyboard and accessories. The keyboard is protected by foam end caps and a cardboard insert in the center.

The keyboard is wrapped in a protective plastic bag, while the wrist rest is wrapped in a foam bag.



  • Key Switch: Cherry MX Red
  • N-Key Rollover: Full via PS/2; 6 via USB
  • Key Stroke: 50 Million times
  • Key Force: 45g
  • Number of Keys: 104 US
  • Keycap: Laser Engraved
  • Multimedia Keys: Volume Control, Play/Pause, Back and Forward
  • Programmable Key: 10 Programmable Macro Keys
  • Internal Buffer: 128K Memory
  • Backlit Individual Blue: LED on Each Key
  • Backlit Brightness: 4 Levels of Brightness
  • Function Keys: Multimedia Keys
  • Macro Keys: 10 per profile
  • Profiles: 5
  • Windows Lock Key: Yes
  • USB Ports: 2


  • Documentation: Manual
  • Wrist Pad: Yes


  • Operating System: Windows XP, Vista┬«, Windows┬« 7 or Later
  • Internet Connection: No
  • Connection: USB 2.0
  • Hard Disk Space: 4.4mb

Closer Look

The keyboard comes with very few accessories. A wrist rest, with mounts is included. The manual also contain a software CD.

The keyboard features a matte soft touch coating and a nicely braided cable.


The keyboard ha a but in two port USB 2.0 hub.

A pair of flip down feet allow for back tilt if needed.

The cable has a nice braided outer cover.  The cable is around 6 feet long. This should be more then ample for most situations.

The Func KB-460  comes with Cherry MX Red switches. All of the mechanical Cherry MX Switches are rated for 50 million plus keystrokes. Each key also has its own red LED.

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6 years ago

i like it
i like it

6 years ago

Goofy Video…
What a goofy video… Jump to the 2m mark for 10s of actual description on the keyboard. Does anyone have any experience with both Brown and Red switches? Is the difference very noticeable? I bought my first mechanical keyboard over a year ago (Rosewill Cherry MX Browns) and absolutely love it. I like the backlit keys on this one and have always been drawn to a simpler gaming board. Are the reds as loud as browns, but softer to press?