Plum Nano 75 Bluetooth Electro-Capacitive Keyboard

Plum Nano 75 Bluetooth Electro-Capacitive Keyboard

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Outfitted with linear, 35-gram electro capacitive switches, the 75-key plum keyboard is excellent for gaming, writing, and working. The switches are easy to press and only make a subtle sound when typing, sort of like the sound of raindrops Read More

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eXAKR
0
Jul 19, 2020
I personally would get this keyboard if this is available in black. Any chance of that happening?
arbybucky
2
Sep 28, 2018
how many times does this need to be requested before it ships? fucking a its been almost a year
airstrike
100
Aug 31, 2018
Can we please bring this back? I've finally found the perfect keyboard
Does anybody know if this is a standard space bar?
Le_Bro
41
Apr 22, 2018
I want it TKL and black base
jennpenn
33
Apr 7, 2018
This keyboard can't keep up with my typing speed. Is it a problem with the keyboard or is it a firmware issue?
Lililliliililili
6
Apr 25, 2018
I normally hit 110wpm and don't have any issues, I've never updated my firmware since I got this board, just changed the keybinds in the software.
Soko
224
Aug 17, 2018
You might have a shitty bluetooth mine works fine i love this fucking keyboard nothing else ive got off this site has satisfied me.
coderobot
12
Mar 23, 2018
Hey all, didn't know where I should ask so thought this might be the best bet. My windows key is registering as the alt key. The left alt key doesn't do anything. I tried searching around for some help, but couldn't find a solution. Anyone have any answers?
airstrike
100
Aug 31, 2018
Fn+F9 judging by the picture
Briano.G
138
Feb 15, 2018
pls bring this back
dukietown
71
Jan 16, 2018
Swapped the stock caps with an inexpensive set of PBT, shine-through, rainbow-gradient caps from Amazon. Really enjoying the new look and they look good with the white case. Reminds me of a bag of rainbow mini-marshmallows :)
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yanfali
1527
Nov 29, 2017
I finally got my 45g domes & 20g springs from NIZ in China. It's a bit of pain to install the new domes, you need a vise to hold the plate while you transfer all the springs onto the new domes and a good pair of tweezers. You'll need to cut some holes for the 5 indicator LEDs to poke through and getting them to line up can be a pain.
Took me way longer than necessary, and I made quite a few mistakes, but now it's done I'm happier with the resulting keyboard.
I also spent some time using the configuration app to configure a native keymap since I'm using this on OSX and the built in keyboard modifiers don't work on third party Bluetooth keyboards. Took me quite a while to figure out it only supports 2 layers, but I eventually got the board configured the way I like. I did manage to crash the keyboard firmware once playing with the backlight, but I mostly keep it off so it's no big deal.
For future reference, if you reset the keyboard the programmed layer is completely blank. This confused the crap out of me initially.
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