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Tex Yoda II TrackPoint Mechanical Keyboard Kit

Tex Yoda II TrackPoint Mechanical Keyboard Kit

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When Tex Designs originally released the Yoda TrackPoint mechanical keyboard, it revolutionized the way we think of (arguably) the two most important components of our desktop setup. Now Tex Designs is back with the second iteration of the keyboard, the Yoda TrackPoint II mechanical keyboard kit Read More

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Bitbat
69
Mar 22, 2019
Wow. Nice how they added mouse buttons on the bottom!
PhelanTrinh
35
Mar 3, 2019
I love my Thinkpad and its trackpoint. Maybe the designer should make a TGR Alice format board with the trackpoint... It's the perfect ergo format and already has a large empty space in the middle for the trackpoint so there's no need for custom keycaps. Dream keyboard.
equalunique
465
Feb 19, 2019
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HELP EDIT: So through the contact form on the Tex website I was able to get a replacement trackpoint module. The one I that snapped in half was from a kit at least two years old. The new one sent to me by Tex was much sturdier! I expect it's the stronger version that's going to be included in future drops.
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equalunique
465
Feb 19, 2019
TrackPoint module broke in half D:
equalunique
465
Feb 24, 2019
I contacted Tex and they helped me acquire a replacement module. Woohoo!
ShuKaneko
3
Feb 17, 2019
I want to buy This Keyboard. Do you sell again?
idealcheese
69
Feb 11, 2019
I have this keyboard and I love pretty much everything about it except for the fact that it's not QMK. The online configurator is decent, but it doesn't compare to QMK. Also, it would be nice if the included keycaps were PBT, or if Tex offered some different styles of keycap sets with the GHB cutouts. The Kodachi set is really cool looking, but it's ABS. The second my keycaps start to show shine it drives me crazy.
Viamo
20
Feb 10, 2019
I'd pick up this in a couple months if it was qmk tmk or kll. I want support for long term. Free software gives me security and I can get support even if Tex disappears. Qmk seems the most mature though I haven't looked at kll much. Actually I'd probably get Kodacci as it is a 75% with a tkl like layout. But Even if the site goes down I can't change the layout easy😕 plus I don't live online. No internet at the cabin or working out of town sometimes. Sadly Kodacci had the same problem so I have to get a keyboard with no trackpoint or build it myself/together with someone else Thanks for building it, it is impressive work. Sourcing the component. Integrating the hardware. More stuff I haven't thought of haha I'm sure😏 I can replace keycaps/case/stabilizers but firmware means I may as well grab another board. I could have lived with only 60% but not when support is only 10% of its lifespan. It would grow up to be an unruly teenager 🤣 Cheaper boards can get away with it but this puts it with some big shots
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Viamo
20
Feb 10, 2019
I really got to say again nice work on making a trackpoint mechanical😁
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hmsaab
16
Feb 7, 2019
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equalunique
465
Feb 7, 2019
How's the QMK support going?
dwa4
8
Feb 7, 2019
Please add the option to only buy the trackpoint for us DIYers and to have a spare in case soldering goes wrong !
siromasu
2
Jan 19, 2019
I'm satisfied. It's sometimes strange, TRACKPOINT which moves The subtle difference in the key arrangement But favorite KEYBORD.
Elemros
7
Feb 7, 2019
Is it good for playing Wizard101?
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