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Would really appreciate some advice, I just jumped on this because I want a portable Colemak keyboard, which PCB can I buy (in-stock, ships to AU), in terms of DIY I can surface mount solder and have had PCB's produced from Gerbers in the past (if that makes things easier), I would want USB-C, hackable (QMK?) firmware and each key should have an addressable LED (so that if for example I select a mouse layer the mouse keys light up)? Thanks. Richard
Hey if you find something like that let me know. I know of the DZ60. It has USB-C but I'm not sure if it has fine LED control like you're asking for.
It does, but the DZ60 isnt Hotswap and is a 64 key PCB with dedicated arrow keys. But the DZ60 RGB ANSI Hotswap PCB (purple PCB) has the same layout as like a ducky one 2 mini and uses QMK to customize any key, LED, different layers. I personally love mine.