Noctua Keycap Kit is a new MiTo collaboration available via Drop
Anyone who has gazed at their precious Noctua fans (or, possibly, co-branded graphics card) and wished they could make their favorite keyboard match it somehow may now be in luck. The Austrian cooler-maker has partnered with MiTo to put its own official keycap set out there.
The key-caps are, therefore, naturally finished in the OEM's classic color-combo, with the brown for the modifiers and the beige for the alphanumerics.
MiTo asserts that their double-shot ABS build will help them last as long as their matching cooler or fan, while their "scooped" MT3 profile will keep the user typing happily for as long as the same parts can keep their PC's temperature under control.
The caps fit to Cherry MX switches (or their clones) and are available in sets that span configurations from the 'full' to the tenkeyless.
The new collaboration may appeal mostly to the PC enthusiast with the cash earmarked for a particularly special treat, with a base set now listed on Drop for US$130 - even more than a NH-U12A with original-color NF-A12x25 PWM Fans on Amazon today. Then again, there are sub-sets and alternatives, such as the "Novelty" kit with Noctua logos and icons for US$45.