shopping_cart
NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard

NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard

bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
571 requests
·
99 Sold
Product Description
Utilizing electro-capacitive key switches, the NiZ Plum Atom66 combines the silent operation of a rubber dome keyboard with the reliability and tactility of a mechanical keyboard. The construction consists of a rubber dome that houses a slider, over which is a coiled spring and a printed circuit board Read More

Reliable Switches, With Bluetooth or Without

Utilizing electro-capacitive key switches, the NiZ Plum Atom66 combines the silent operation of a rubber dome keyboard with the reliability and tactility of a mechanical keyboard. The construction consists of a rubber dome that houses a slider, over which is a coiled spring and a printed circuit board. The result: limited resistance from a soft tactile bump, and individually weighted keys for a consistent feel. What’s more, you can cut the cords and get it with a Bluetooth connection—or go even further and get it with RGBs, too. Outfitted with durable PBT keycaps, the board is durable and resistant to the oils that build up from your fingertips over time. If you want to adjust the layout, feel free: It’s programmable and macro-compatible as well. Built with the latest USB-C connection, it’s fast and efficient.

NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard
NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard
NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard
NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard
NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard
NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard
NiZ Plum Atom66 Electro-Capacitive Keyboard

Style Options

Specs

  • NiZ
  • PBT keycaps
  • Wired, Bluetooth or Bluetooth RGB
  • Electro-capacitive switches
  • 35 g domes
  • Pre-installed silencing rings
  • Self-lubricating POM sliders
  • USB-C connection (comes with USB-C cable)
  • Reprogrammable layout and macro recording
  • Programmable RGB backlighting (RGB version only)
  • Dimensions: 11.6 x 4.3 x 1 in (29.5 x 11 x 2.5 cm)
  • Weight: 25 oz (710 g)

Included

  • USB-C cable
  • Plastic keycap puller
  • Additional springs
  • Extra keycaps

Shipping

Estimated ship date is Sep 6, 2021 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. Cancellations are accepted up to 2 hours after checkout, after which all sales final.

Top Customer Questions

Want to know something about this product or how to use it?
Ask the Community!
Get Answers Now
User Photos5
happa
Atom66
theghostis
Niz Plum 66 with Mito Canvas keycaps
tiborh
looks nice but you need to know Chinese to learn the hot keys
woleizihan
niz66
rhpittman314
Front view of NiZ Plum Atom66.
Customer Reviews0
All of our reviews are from verified customers.
Showing 0 of 7 reviews
Recent Activity
Just got a Niz. The 68. I gotta say… Hardware? 9 out of 10. The typing experience is phenomenal. Deduct one point for the all-plastic construction. But the software? 1 out 10. Truly abysmal… bugs galore. RGB doesn’t work in BT mode, Fn + inputs work only occasionally, and which mode you are in (or not, as the case may be) is often impossible to figure out, because the board only randomly gives an indication if it has accepted the command when you attempt to switch modes… And these are modes that have a major impact on usability, such as low power draw, MAC or Windows, Office/Game/Program etc etc etc. Usually when I deem a keyboard to be upside down software-wise, it’s the little things… No charging/charged indicator, for instance. Of course, the Niz screws that up as well, but in the face of such other major issues, it’s nearly forgotten. And good luck finding any kind of user manual. Niz boards do not come with English-language user manuals. You can download one on their site, but it is so poorly translated, it is nearly impossible to use. And even if it were translated properly, it would be largely useless anyway, as it simply skips over or does not address major areas of information. Under the Bluetooth connection section, for instance, it starts out with specs/basic info -how many devices the board can handle, and what the pairing flashing looks like- but then skips directly to advanced instructions for pairing the board with a second device after it is already paired with a first. It completely omits the basic instructions for how to pair it to that first device. All in all, I think Niz makes great hardware, and a lovely typing experience, but if they are to successfully challenge other Topre boards on the market, they need to bite the bullet, spend the money, and hire professionals to take over the programming and software duties. They are pretty obviously utilizing the skills of an amateur in that department right now, and while that person(s) may be talented, a for-market alpha product is not the place for an amateur to cut their teeth. Bottom line- until Niz makes some changes, I can’t recommend their boards. The software is simply not remotely acceptable in a board that costs this much. It wouldn’t even be remotely acceptable in a budget entry-level $25 generic “AliExpress Special” mechanical, honestly. It’s a shame, because the typing experience really is sublime.