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Portico75 - Lavender

Regular price $99.99 Sale price $59.99

Welcome to your gateway into mechanical keyboards. Portico75 is our entry-level keyboard designed from the ground up to offer the sound and feel of keyboards that cost much more. It is a compact 75% layout with a rotary encoder knob housed in a polycarbonate case. 

🛠️ Minimal Assembly Required – Building the Portico will take you 30 - 45 minutes. We've designed this to be a perfect starting place if you've never built a keyboard before. The stabilizers come installed, and the PCB is hotswap. To complete the build you just need switches and keycaps. We’ve created a build tutorial with step by step photos to walk you through the whole process.

Product images are photographs.

Specs

Watch a quick showcase of the Portico75 here.  

Case

  • Color: Lavender (also available: Blue and Smoke)
  • Style: polycarbonate, gasket-mount
  • Angle: 8 degrees

Plate

  • Mounting style: Gasket-mounted, for a luxurious and cushioned typing feel
  • Plate material: FR4
  • Plate thickness: 1.5mm

Like to tinker? Try different plate materials: Download the plate file →

PCB

  • Hot swap – no soldering required. It's easy to insert and change switches.
  • In-switch RGB and underglow. Note: these are not individually addressable.
  • Encoder knob Note: this is mappable in VIA, the keys are in the top right.
  • Compatible with VIA
  • USB-C connection via daughterboard. This allows for a lower connection on the case, better aesthetic, and even cable angle. 

Installed Stabilizers

  • Equals V3 Stabilizers
  • Screw-in, PCB-mounted stabilizers
  • Factory installed

    What's Included

    When you buy Portico, you'll get:

    • Portico case (top and bottom pieces)
    • PCB
    • Plate
    • Silicon dampening mat
    • Felt dampening mat
    • Standoffs (extra included)
    • Screws   (extra included)
    • V3 Stabilizers
    • USB-C cable
    • Protective carrying case 
    • All required tools for assembly: Screwdriver, TKC Switch Puller, Keycap Puller, allen key.

    Switches and keycaps are only included if selected. Otherwise you'll need to buy these separately.

    Assembly Guide

    Portico75 is a keyboard kit. You will have to assemble it yourself. You'll also need to buy separately:

    • Switches (79 required for build)
    • Keycaps

    Assembling a complete Portico75 keyboard will take around 30- 45 minutes. See our written build guide, complete with photos, for a walkthrough of every step. Stabilizers now come installed so jump to step 4 on the guide. 

    For a full video guide from Dutchmasters click here.

     

    Keymap and RGB Settings

    The default Portico75 layout can be adjusted in VIA Configurator.

    You can adjust the RGB settings by holding down the FN key (the key immediately to the left of the arrow keys) and pressing:

    FN + F1: Effect mode increase
    FN + F2: Effect mode decrease
    FN + F3: Hue 1 increase
    FN + F4: Hue 1 decrease
    FN + F5: Saturation 1 increase
    FN + F6: Saturation 1 decrease
    FN + F7: Hue 2 increase (please note, only a few effects use a second color)
    FN + F8: Hue 2 decrease
    FN + F9: Saturation 2 increase
    FN + F10: Saturation 2 decrease
    FN + F11: Brightness increase
    FN + F12: Brightness decrease



    Common Questions

    Is this easy to build for beginners?

    Yes! We designed this specifically for folks who have never built a keyboard before. You have to be mindful of small parts like screws, and check that things work, but it’s a straight forward process that anyone can do. A brief summary of steps is:

    1. Insert switches.
    2. Install keycaps.

    And you’re done! If you want to change out your stabilizers, or want a full rundown check out our Build Guide.

    How do I configure the keymap?

    Portico75 is compatible with VIA Configurator, which is an easy to use app. You click to change what keypresses do, and changes take place instantly—you don’t need to flash your keyboard to apply the changes.

    Read more about using VIA Configurator →

     

    In addition to this build kit, what else do I need to buy to build a complete keyboard?

    You’ll need to buy switches and keycaps.

    • Switches: Portico75 uses 79 switches and works with MX-style switches. We recommend buying 84+, so that you have a few extra in case a pin gets bent or you lose one. 
    • Keycaps: Portico75 has a 75% keyboard layout. It is compatible with most custom keycap sets, as it doesn’t feature any unusual key sizes. As always, take care to double check the keycaps you’re buying to ensure it will fit on the Portico75 layout!

    This layout is missing keys! How do I type them?

    You access the missing keys via another “layer” of keys. It's like typing numbers or symbols on your smartphone, or holding 'shift' on your keyboard to type capital letters.

    For example, by default FN + F11 will increase the brightness of your RGB LEDs and FN + F12 will decrease it.

    This can all be configured in VIA

    Stabilizers are Pre-installed

    The Portico75 comes from the factory with stabilizers preinstalled.

    Sound and Feel

    Each component of the Portico75 was carefully chosen to produce a budget keyboard that feels and sounds like a high end board right out of the box.

    Gasket Mount

    The Portico75 uses the same gasket mounting system as many more premium boards. Versus a standoff mounting system as offered by other boards in the same price point, gasket mounting offers a good combination of increased durability and better typing feel due to the keyboard’s flex within the case.

    Anyone at any age can build one!

    The Portico75 build kits are designed to be the highest quality, easiest entry level board. The full build package has everything you need to create the best sounding board with minimal time or effort. The keycap choices have just enough flare to showcase your board, without over spending on unneeded keys.

    QMK/VIA Compatible

    The Portico75 is fully compatible with VIA, the premier programming software for premium mechanical keyboards. Portico75 has complete plug-and-play software support - no sideloading of JSON files needed.

    Hotswap

    The Portico 75 is hotswap compatible so you can easily switch between any of your favorite mx switches.