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Code Keyboard

Code Keyboard

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Tired of modern keyboards promoting more flash and bang than actual performance, Weyman Kwong (from WASD Keyboards) and Jeff Atwood came together to design the Code Keyboard. A no nonsense mechanical keyboard built for utility, it earns a space at your computing station through simple style and unmatched function Read More
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Tired of modern keyboards promoting more flash and bang than actual performance, Weyman Kwong (from WASD Keyboards) and Jeff Atwood came together to design the Code Keyboard. A no nonsense mechanical keyboard built for utility, it earns a space at your computing station through simple style and unmatched function.

Note: Note: At checkout you will have your choice of MX Blue TKL, MX Brown Full Size, MX Clear TKL/Full Size, or MX Green TKL/Full Size.. Full pricing can be found during checkout.

Code Keyboard

Cap to Bottom Class

The base of any proper board is the key switches, and this version of the Code comes loaded with your choice of Cherry MX Blue, Cherry MX Brown, Cherry MX Green switches, or MX Clear switches. Clear switches are one of the rarest varieties of switches, and are often described as "stiffer Cherry MX Browns." They are the favored switch of programmers and office workers, since they provide an incredible typing experience, aren't incredibly loud, and have increased resistance after their actuation point to prevent bottoming out. The Greens boast the actuation force of IBM spring switches with the tactile click that can be found on the Cherry MX Blue switch. The next layer features white LED backlighting—available in seven brightness levels—to illuminate your ABS plastic keys. The legends themselves were printed in classic Helvetica. If you’re key-mashing, you’re good for six-key rollover using USB interface, or N-key rollover with PS/2.

Code Keyboard

DIY With DIP

Underneath all that function, the board is supported by a steel backplate, dual layer PCB joints, and larger rubber pads to keep your keyboard intact and in place. The minimalist case itself has a textured surface, keeping away fingerprints, scratches, and other dirt. Finally, if all that wasn’t enough for you, a row of DIP switches on the bottom allows you customize the keyboard setup to exactly your preferences. Even better, onboard memory will remember your preferences for the next time you plug in.

Code Keyboard
Code Keyboard

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Specs

  • 104 key/ 87 key
  • Cherry MX Blue, MX Brown, or Green switches
  • USB/PS2 interface
  • NKRO via PS2, 6-Key Rollover via USB
  • Compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux
  • ABS case and keycaps
  • Designed and customized in the USA
  • Made in Taiwan
  • 104 key: 445 x 142 x 30 mm (17.5 x 5.6 x 1.2 in)
  • 104 key: 1098 g (2.42 lbs)
  • 87 key: 363 x 142 x 30mm (14.3 x 5.6 x 1.2 in)
  • 87 key: 907g (2.0 lbs)

Included

  • 70.8 in (179.83 cm) micro USB cable with cable strap

Shipping

Estimated ship date is Feb 9, 2016 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.

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