Our current keyboard offering is a customized variant of the Dactyl, available in four different sizes and with three distinct thumb cluster options. We’re constantly expanding our selection, so stay tuned for more choices in the future. To see the technical details of our design, head over to our GitHub repository.
By opting for our hand rest, you’ll receive a comfortable combination of 3D printed plastic and a wooden top. The rest is expertly tilted in both the X and Y directions for optimal ergonomic support. Additionally, the rest features magnets, allowing for easy attachment and detachment to the case.
Our case is expertly 3D printed from PLA using a 0.15mm layer height, resulting in a sleek, polished finish with minimal visible layer lines. Or go with Resin and get an even smoother finish at 0.05mm layer height. With fourteen different color options available, you’re sure to find a look that fits your style.
We believe in giving our customers the freedom to customize their keyboard exactly as they like it. That’s why all of our keyboards come with hot swap sockets, allowing you to easily swap in your preferred switches and keycaps. Of course, we also offer a range of excellent pre-installed options if you prefer to stick with what we provide.
Our keyboard packs serious power thanks to its QMK firmware and Vial support, both running on the RP2040 chip (Raspberry Pi Pico). With this technology, you can easily adjust the layout, macros, and buttons in real time without having to re-flash the firmware. Simply use the Vial app to make changes on the fly.
To connect the two halves of our keyboard, we use custom-made TRRS and USB-C cables that feature coils for added flexibility and coolness factor. Currently, these cables are available exclusively in sleek black.