The Anne Pro is an exquisite and very much framed console, created with apparent consideration by its planners. Its basic plastic undercarriage has been smoothed and adjusted on all sides, its base tenderly getting further towards its far side to point the keys into a more agreeable position. (Ordinarily, you'd hope to discover flip-out legs that prop the console up or permit it to lay level, yet these have been extracted in the Anne Pro to save space, weight, and intricacy.)
A similar consideration has been paid towards its keycaps, which are produced using PBT to provide an agreeable and amazingly durable surface that will not erode or get smooth and gleaming after some time. Its legends have been painstakingly stenciled on each key, permitting the SMD LEDs installed in each change to radiate through in any shading you want to envision. Indeed, even without a rainbow moving along the console, the Anne Pro is a slick and eye-getting console — especially in the obvious white colorway we're trying.
The console is a 60% size console, which means it overlooks a few gatherings of keys — there are no F keys across the top, no bolt keys, no navigational keys, and unquestionably no number cushion. These actually missing keys are rather available through a capacity key in the lower right, marked Fn.
For instance, you can press Fn + WASD to utilize the directional keys, Fn + 1234567890-= for F keys, Fn + \ for Print Screen, etc. The actual console can likewise be changed utilizing this Function layer; you can kill the backdrop illumination on and with Fn + R, interface with Bluetooth gadgets with Fn + B, switch lighting modes with Fn + U, etc. Every one of these capacities is named on the keys with text instead of a theoretical image, so tracking down the correct key isn't excessively troublesome.
Anne Pro Design & Features