The ACR Pro 68 Kit by Akko is what some would consider an entry-level budget board. Many "budget boards" these days hover around the $170-190 range - such as the QK, Tofu and Zoom series, as well as many others. So what exactly makes this board attractive to the average consumer? Let's take a look!
Right off the bat, it's important to state the obvious of what you're getting and what you are not with this board.
You are receiving an Acrylic case with two plates, an Aluminum and Polycarbonate, as well as some foams and pads (mix of poron and silicone). Where other PCBs leverage QMK/VIA support, Akko defaults to their Akko Cloud Driver, a proprietary software to manage keybindings, macros, lighting and more.