DisplayPad

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Streaming and Content Creation Controller with 12 customizable Display Keys

UNLEASH YOUR CONTENT

MOUNTAIN DisplayPad is the high-end expansion of your gaming, streaming, and content creation setup with 12 freely customizable color Display Keys.

With flexible mounting options, DisplayPad can be mounted directly on Everest Max/Core, or on the included stand with anti-slip rubber base.

Unmatched in modularity, customizability, and maximum freedom of choice, the sky is the limit for what DisplayPad can do for you.

12 DISPLAY KEYS

Incredibly crispy, bright, and colorful 104×104 pixel Display Keys
for all your hotkeys, macros, functions, and controls. Use included
icons or choose your favorite images with support for animated GIFs,
JPG, PNG, and BMP file formats.

Sitting in a beautiful frame of aluminum, they won’t just deliver an
unprecedented level of control for your games, streams, and creative
jobs. They also look the part!

CONTROL THIRD-PARTY SERVICES AND SOFTWARE

Power is nothing without control, which is why Base Camp™ has been
outfitted to bring integrated control features for some of the most
popular software for gamers, streamers, and creative professionals.

Included are:

Twitch

OBS Studio

Adobe Photoshop/Premiere Pro/Illustrator

DaVinci Resolve

FOLDERS

12 Display Keys are fantastic, but not enough for your sophisticated
setup? This is where the Folders feature saves the day. Simply create
folders for your plethora of hotkeys, macros, and functions.

And yes, you can put folders into your folders so you can…you know. Endless possibilities await.

MACRO WIZARD

Complex sequences of inputs at the press of a single button? Macro
Wizard enables you to compress even the most sophisticated workflow into
a single action.

Simply record keyboard and mouse inputs, adjust delays as well as playback method, and bind your macros as you see fit.

PROFILES

Level up your efficiency with custom-tailored profiles for your every
use case. Maximize your output in creative software, make controlling
your stream a breeze, and take your game to peak performance by having
your favorite functions, shortcuts, hotkeys or macros at your
fingertips.

Profiles can be changed manually or automatically upon launching or closing of user-defined files or programs.

DRAG-N-DROP

User friendly and efficient flow of function organization with
drag-n-drop control. Arranging your personalized configuration couldn’t
be easier.

Have a change to your setup that needs a shortcut update? Drag-n-drop
control enables you to readjust your personalized function order to get
your streaming, designing, or gaming back in motion quickly.

INTUITIVE SOFTWARE

Our in-house software Base Camp™ and Keypad hardware products have
been developed together to bring absolute control to your system. The
user-centric design introduced with the Everest keyboard goes one step
further into your gaming, streaming, or designing world.

Easily create complex macros, create personal hotkeys, assign key
bindings, control functions, or take advantage of PC monitoring
features. It’s all here.

ERGONOMICALLY ANGLED

When you work or game long hours, proper ergonomics are key to
minimize strain and exhaustion. MOUNTAIN Keypads are carefully designed
to be placed wherever and are angled to be easy on your eyes and wrists.

No matter if you mount them on Everest or on the included stand, MOUNTAIN Keypads will always meet you just right.

CUSTOM STAND WITH ANTI-SLIP RUBBER BASE

True to our user-centric design mission, DisplayPad was designed with
utmost flexibility and maximum freedom of choice in mind. You can mount
DisplayPad on Everest Max or Core, without any tools, and within
seconds.

You don’t have an Everest keyboard yet? Not a problem, simply slot
DisplayPad on to the included stand. Just as simple to mount as with
Everest, and equipped with extra heft and an anti-slip rubber base,
DisplayPad will remain sturdy even when things get hectic.

SPECS

Color Midnight Black
Display Keys 12x 104x104px
Image Formats Animated GIF, JPG, PNG, BMP
MCU Cortex M0
Interface USB 2.0
Dimensions 14.7x8x6.7cm
Materials Aluminum plate, ABS bottom cover, rubber pad
Number of Profiles
Display 4.5″ 800x240px IPS
Polling Rate 1000Hz/1ms
Connector USB Type-C
Cable Length 2m
Weight 127g (538g incl. stand)
Software Support Base Camp™ (Windows only)
Included Accessories
Quick Start Guide
Stand w/ Rubber Pad
2m USB Type-C to USB Type-A Cable

BUILD YOUR COMMAND CENTER

COMBINE WITH EVEREST FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE

While DisplayPad can be used standalone, it’s perfect for use with any
Everest Max or Core keyboard in order to create your ultimate gaming,
streaming, or content creation command center.

MAKALU 67

The lightweight solution for competitive gamers that expect no less than
uncompromised performance. Using PixArt’s PAW3370 sensor with up to
19000 DPI and a patented unique ribcage design weighing only 67g.

NUNATAK

Nunatak provides a soft gaming-optimized surface for your mouse while
the anti-slip rubber base ensures a secure placement even in the most
heated of battles.

Customer Reviews

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F
Fraser
The perfect addition

I think this is a solid first foray, it slides onto the Mountain keyboard perfectly I just think, that having two connected to the keyboard itself could be killer! I do use it in conjuction with my stream deck for editing and it is amazing I might side step the little media controller and just buy another to have unsure yet, but overall the thing is PERFECT

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Mattia Eramo

DisplayPad

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metalmania6
DisplayPad

Very good product. The whole build quality is superb. There are already a lot of customizations available for all the keys and they're adding more and more. Support has been great so far as well. Can definitely recommend getting a displaypad 👍🏻.

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CGuy
Nice. Almost perfect.

Good:
- Decent tactile feedback and key pressure (much better than the number pad extension for the Everest keyboard)
- Decent level of customization of keys though more plug-ins would be great. It was enough for my purposes though

Could be better:
- It would have been nice for the DisplayPad to be able to connect the "expansion" port(s) of the Everest keyboard (the same ones that the Media Dock uses). The Display Pad fits on the Everest but the connector is only on the back of the Display Pad so it must be plugged in via cable. Direction are to run the cable directly to a PC USB port.
- The Display Pad has a settable timeout for the key backlighting. The Display Pad wakes up on a key press but whatever function was assigned to that key also actuates. It would be nice to have the option to press a key to wake up the display without having anything actuate so that you can see the key icons first and then press whichever one desired. I know my Stream deck works this way (wakes up on touch without actuating).

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