The latest version of our popular HHKB-style Tokyo60 keyboard features new keycaps, new case colors, and the latest USB-C connection. Like before, it’s still fully programmable and requires no soldering.
A Programmable 60% Aluminum Board With Key Updates
Designed in Japan by Tokyo Keyboard, the Tokyo60 is a compact HHKB-style board with a sleek, seamless design. This Season 4 version features two new case colors, the return of the black-on-gray keycap set from Season 2 (and the coral Fn key from Season 3), as well as a USB-C PCBA. Constructed with two pieces of 6000-series aluminum, the case is machined to have a 5-degree angle. This angle, combined with the Cherry-profile keycaps, is optimized for an ergonomic feel. Built into the aluminum case, the integrated plate adds even more stability. Thanks to the hot-swap sockets on the PCBA, you can swap in new switches in minutes without any soldering—so feel free to try a new feel whenever you want. With a fully programmable layout and RGB lighting, the board can be customized any way you like. For more on the Happy Hacking Keyboard style, check out this interview with the creator.
Note: The base price includes the basic kit of case and PCBA (see included section). The acrylic diffuser and keycap set are optional add-ons. This kit does not include switches. We have some available for purchase or you may source them elsewhere. You will need a minimum of 60 switches.
A 60% Keyboard Done Right, With More to Come Later
The idea behind the Tokyo60 was to create a keyboard that focuses on one design, one layout, and a handful of colors, rather than offering countless combinations that can lead to complications. Everything from the feel of the case to the anodized finish to the sound of bottoming out is a reflection of the time and effort that went into the design. For this fourth run (Season 4), we’re offering two new case colors and the return of the Tokyo60 Season 2 dye-subbed keycaps (with the coral Fn key from Season 3). In future Seasons, we’ll be expanding the offering with more colors and accessories. Stay tuned!
Programmability, Backlighting, & Switches
Though it comes fully programmed (once you assemble it), the Tokyo60 can be completely reprogrammed via QMK firmware. It also has customizable RGB underglow visible with an optional acrylic diffuser. You can position the acrylic diffuser on the bottom or sandwich it between the aluminum pieces, depending on your style. What’s more, at checkout, you’ll be able to add a wide range of switches to get just the feel you want.
CNC Case Anodization Colors
Optional Keycap Set
S4 Dyesub Keycap Set
CNC chassis with integrated plate
Acrylic diffuser (can be positioned on the bottom or between the aluminum pieces)
2-piece aluminum construction (high-profile 6000 series)
5º case angle with chamfered edges
Designed in Tokyo
USB-C PCBA with hot-swap sockets (solderless kit)
Compatible with MX style switches (plate and PCB mount)
Cherry profile dye-sublimated keycaps
Dimensions, assembled: 11.8 x 4.4 x 1.4 in (30 x 11.2 x 3.6 cm)
Weight, assembled: 24.7 oz (700 g)
Included (Base Price)
CNC aluminum case
Screws and spacers
1x 7u, 2x 2u screw-in stabilizers
4 rubber feet
USB-A to USB-C cable
RETURNS & EXCHANGES—NO QUESTIONS ASKED
We get it. Sometimes what you ordered just doesn’t work out. If that’s the case for you, don’t fret! All customers (both US and international) may return or exchange this item in new, unused condition within 30 days of delivery.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Apr 22, 2021 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout.
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