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capk
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Sep 25, 2021
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Liked it
Not my thing but now I know. Good product!
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keikung
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Sep 24, 2021
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My best portable keyboard
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great introduction to ortholinears at a decent price
Probably my go-to recommendation for people looking to try their hands at an ortholinear without losing the num-row with the planck, and it's hotswap as well! Just find your preferred keycaps and switches and you're good to go (and royally fail at typing the first couple of days trying to adjust to the layout). Specifically for the acrylic case which I got, the case is decently made and great at showcasing the RGB, but the surface finish of the case is not perfectly uniform with slight streaks here and there. You won't really notice them once the board is lit up and on a table (unless you a weirdo and look at the bottom of the board while typing or something).
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Meakokiba
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Sep 21, 2021
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Amazing little board for productivity
I bought the board on a whim and did not regret it one bit. Took about a few hours to acclimate into the ortholinear layout, but was much easier than I thought. Very portable, nice stock features, and looks/sounds quite nice. As a grad student, I am constantly moving in and around campus facilities. This board really cuts down on the usual weight that I carry when bringing my other boards. As for build, I slapped on some lightly lubed and filmed holy pandas, mounted the pcb into the case on some o-rings, PE foam and tempest mod. I also went with the secure build option with the extra spacers. I also bought the acute keycap set to go along with the build. Pretty good quality keycaps, nice pbt sound and feel. Only real issue I have had with the board is being able to program it. It apparently is VIA compatible, but there was some issues with QMK toolbox which made it undetectable to the system, even after putting it into boot mode. Pretty sure there is a fix, but I have not had the time to find it.
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electrp
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Sep 20, 2021
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Good board
I got the black, and I'm pretty satisfied with the color and quality. Most parts are solid, but there are a couple minor things I'm not as happy about. First is that with the screws that came with the keyboard, some keycap profiles may scratch when pressed. I mitigated this problem in probably a unique way, but due to the flatness of the case I was able to kind of tape my board to the plate (normal tempest mod with masking tape but flipped around in a loop to stick it to the case itself), and in my personal impression sounds great and removes the hollowness of the stock board (hollowness being another issue with the board). Another is that you really are stuck with the included stainless plate with no other option, unless you want to buy another plate (hard to find as well, p3d sells a few plastic Lazer cut plates). The things this board does good in are absolutely great. The programmability of this keyboard is incredibly helpful, and with an added rotary encoder you can get so much functionality. I personally find that the layout isn't really easier on the hands compared to a normal layout, but it is completely fine and doesn't take way too much time to learn how to use. I find it's the perfect form factor, and with the carrying case the board is an incredible portable beast. I feel like this keyboard is somewhat out-of-date compared to other new keyboards, but there's no reason that this can't be nearly or just as good with minimal modding. The rotary encoder slots are also a great touch, and there aren't too many boards with rotary slots like this. My personal board is built with Akko Black and Pink keycaps, Gateron yellows, and the Nibble rotary encoder kit from Amazon.
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imgoldenbeard
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Sep 19, 2021
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Simple & Easy Build
Extremely easy to get up and running. It's a bit pingy but overall looks, sounds and functions great.
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Hendubz
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Sep 18, 2021
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Lovely ortho, easy to configure and learn
I'm a big fan of this layout, having decided I couldn't do without a number row. Assembly was easy, as was config via QMK. The board has been solid and reliable since I got it.
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Pooky-_z
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Sep 14, 2021
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Great starter !
The board feels great, easy to build and compatible with many switches. There are plenty of possibilities with many ports available on the pcb. I can only be happy with it.
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spencerp
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Sep 14, 2021
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I wish it had some tenting legs or a way to angle the case built in, but overall it's a really nice ortholinear board.
Axolotl
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Sep 13, 2021
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Perfect First Custom Keyboard Experience
The Planck I consider much too small for average daily use, but the Preonic with the extra row is perfect, with everything still within easy reach. The setup is nice and easy to follow as a newbie, I imagine that it'll be a breeze in the park for others. Though the plate, like other reviewers state, is very tight and can easily lead to broken switches: My Preonic now has a kill count of 18. But that's the give and take of stability vs easy customization, and it is very stable. Still, it's currently my main keyboard and probably will be for a long while.
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