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.