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Could any of the lucky receivers give a guess on how easy it is to remove the keyboard from the case? And how is it fixed inside of the case? Thanks!
copied from Keychatter:
The keyboard was extremely easy to disassemble, with only 6 screws needed to get the PCB and plate out of the case. A standard Phillips screwdriver is all that was needed. The screws are all in the same location as the Poker line of keyboards, making it fully compatible with all of the popular 60% keyboard cases.
I should have gotten there myself...
No problem, sometimes we've this "one of these days". I know that feeling.