Round Four 4 Dummies

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You can have keycaps in 5 different styles/colors (click on the images for enlargement):

NOIR/STANDARD with keys from NOIR/SYMBOLS and NOIR/SYMBOLSEX.
BLOOD style
SPH style
RETRO style
NOIR style
DARK style
DARK/ORANGE style with DARK/RGBY keys
ROUND3 style
Colors for the SPH (spherical) style.

How 2 Order

Send a message to: [7bit].

Yes, right, not 7bit_4, because he isn't smart enough to figure out what you need.

Just tell him you want either of the styles:

ROUND3, RETRO, NOIR, DARK, ORANGE, SPH (see sample images above) and what kind of keyboard you've got.

How 2 Order More

If you need extra stuff, just look at these pictures and find out what you need.

Then tell 7bit what you want.

FUNCTION

This graphic shows all keys of the FUNCTION kit. Please notice that the text-style will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).

GAMER

This graphic shows all keys of the GAMER kit. Please notice that the text-style will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).

NUMERIC

This graphic shows all keys of the NUMERIC kit. Please notice that the text-style will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).

POS

This graphic shows all keys of the POS kit. Please notice that the text-style will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).

BLANKPOS

This graphic shows all keys of the BLANKPOS kit. Please notice that the text-style will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).

MODIFIER

This graphic shows all keys of the MODIFIER kit. Please notice that the text-style will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).

RGB

This graphic shows all keys of the RGB kit. Please notice that the text-style and color-scheme will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).

RGBY

This graphic shows all keys of the RGBY kit. Please notice that the text-style and color-scheme will match the chosen style (ROUND3, RETRO or DARK).



Keys with Pictures

Symbols154.gif

These come in different sizes, colors and rows.

Please ask!

Check Out

And? Did you find something?

Then just write [7bit] a note.