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Mountain Display and Macro Pad for keyboard review

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Mountain Display and Macro Pad
The pads to make your electronic life even better?

The mountain Display Y macro keyboard They are the ones we are reviewing today. They are not the first products of this German manufacturer that we have been able to verify in detail. First it was the makalu mouse 67 in December 2020, then his first keyboard: peak everest (July 21), and the edition in 60% format called everest 60 on April 22. All of them got the “Recommended” award. One thing that caught our eye (on the Everest Max) was the Media Dock with Display Dial. Additionally, there were four display buttons available on the number pad.

Now the 6the on October 22, it’s time to show the next steps in the Mountain development process. The provided display and macro pads expand the possibilities of the Mountain keyboards. Why that? As for the DisplayPad, it is a streaming and content creation controller with 12 customizable touchscreen keys. The MacroPad is a similarly described controller with 12 customizable (and RGB-lit) tactile macro keys. If that’s not enough, you can use the Folders feature for even more sophisticated configurations. Link a folder to any of your keys to create another layer for your shortcuts, macros, hotkeys, and functions. There are also profiles available; they can be changed manually or automatically when starting or closing user-defined files or programs.

MOUNTAIN keyboards give you freedom of choice. They come with a sturdy mount and can also be attached directly to the Everest Max or Core, either on the top left or top right of the board. Many combinations are possible: two DisplayPads, a DisplayPad and a MacroPad, any MOUNTAIN Keypad plus Media Dock, or even the accompanying Everest 60. It’s up to you to choose your best game settings and content creation. Proper ergonomics are vital to minimizing strain and exhaustion when working long gaming hours. According to the manufacturer, MOUNTAIN keyboards are designed to sit anywhere and are angled so they don’t bother your eyes or wrists.

You get an easy-to-use and efficient feature organization flow with drag-and-drop control. Organizing your custom setup should be quick and easy. Drag-and-drop control lets you rearrange the order of your custom icons to quickly get your streaming, layout, or gaming back in motion. You can boost your productivity and your streaming game with Base Camp™ integration of your favorite software and services. You can create custom keybindings, shortcuts, hotkeys, macros, change audio levels, transition scenes, and more. Of the supported apps, you can find:

  • Streaming App -OBS Studio, Twitch
  • Creative software: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere and DaVinci Resolve

In Base Camp™, you can freely customize 104x104px high-resolution displays with crisp, tactile and visual feedback and stay in control of your system with PC info, RGB lighting, key bindings and more.
The Display Pad offers:

  • 12 display keys -> Freely customizable, bright, colorful and happy to execute any function of your choice
  • Keybindings and Macros -> Assign custom keybindings and easily create complex macros. Includes OBS integration

The Macro Pad offers:

  • 12 macro keys -> Hot-swappable, lubricated MOUNTAIN switches, Cherry-MX style 3- or 5-pin switch
  • MOUNTAIN Switches -> MOUNTAIN Switches come pre-lubricated and offer smooth actuation and dependable accuracy

Both products share the following characteristics:

  • Base Camp™ Software -> that balances ease of use and flexibility, allowing you to configure it exactly the way you want;
  • Flexible mounting options -> you can place it on the Everest plate or use it independently with the included bracket;
  • Custom stand with rubber base -> matches Everest perfectly, or you can use the strong and sturdy base;
  • Removable USB Type-C cable -> patented cutouts let you choose what fits your cable configuration

Ok, so what is the price of those things? Their:

  • DisplayPad: $109.99 US / $149.99 CAD / €109.99 / £99.99
  • MacroPad: $59.99 US / $79.99 CAD / €59.99 / £49.99

Mountain lists the Elgato Stream Deck as $149 and the Loupedeck (or Razer) as $269, which is the same price as the Everest Core and Display Pad. Will be worth? Let’s check it out, then.



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