No More Soldering or Clunky Firmware

Most mechanical keyboard users don’t know how to solder switches into a PCB. In the spirit of user-friendliness, we’re designing the CTRL with a hot-swappable PCB. This technology has been in development since 2015, and it’s super helpful for those new to the mech keys scene. With a hot-swappable PCB, you can simply pop in any switches you want without ever picking up a soldering iron. On top of that, we want to make the CTRL as easy to program as possible. That’s why we’re opting for QMK firmware. The most common firmware among the community, QMK is robust and supportive. With it, you can quickly program keys however you like. Maybe you want your caps lock in a different position, or maybe you’d prefer the left shift key to operate like a backspace. Whatever the case, QMK firmware let’s you do so with relative ease. It’s also constantly being updated and maintained by members just like you—so if you have any questions, just give them a shout.
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