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Gong 66% keyboard, a traditional Chinese style keyboard
The group buy of Gong 66 will start in early 2020.
1.5mm integrated positioning plate.
This time only have black option of case.
The solution uses a new type of non-open source solution (there will be drivers).
After the start of the delegation, a vote will be made to decide whether to use a hot-swap PCB.
The price is 169 USD.
The quantity is 50.
Autumn is one of the most packed holiday seasons. There's the back to school rush, Halloween, Thanksgiving and of course Christmas.But it's not just full of regular holidays, these are all very involved, family centered holidays.This is a season to be thankful, and to be surrounded by the people you love. To think over the past year, what you've been through, the memories you've made together and to look forward to a new and exciting year.Another reason I love the Autumn is for the food. You generally won't eat nearly as good during this season compared to the rest of the year.Autumn is not only the best time of year, out of all four seasons but it's also the most scenic and beautiful if you love being outdoors. It's all about family, food and creating memories.
It's a perfect time to change up your keyboard, add orange, red and yellow colors.With Dye-Sub process and PBT material. The pattern won't fade off. We designed different versions. The OEM ,Cherry and XDA...
GMK Prepress brings you the purest form of primary printing colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. I believe this set will give your whole keyboard layout a retro yet modern look, fits many different basic keyboard case colors such as black, grey, white, yellow and many more.
IDEA: Process Printing / CYMK Separation
The idea behind the color scheme is process printing/CMYK separation, which revolves in many graphic designer's job in preparing files before sending them to offset printing. As you can see, the color sequences are visible in each modifiers' row: R1 row embodies Cyan, R2 row for Magenta, and so on until the bottom rows that represents Black color.
PREPRESS CORE SET
The Core Set are designed to fit most common keyboard layouts, from 60% to full-sized keyboard, including ESC and ENTER accent keys as well as ISO-Enter keycap.
EXTRA KITS (Sold Separately)
Poster Alphas (a.k.a alternate colorway alphas that includes alternate F-keys...
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I missed out on the Trees keycap for charity but have seen a lot of people post theirs on Reddit and such. Well what if there was one for Australia/Koalas or anything else you can think of to raise money for them and what they're going through with the wildfires?
I don't know the first thing about getting this going, who to contact, etc. Just thought by throwing the idea out there maybe someone with more abilities than me would be inspired to run with the idea. I'm sure all of us are looking for another excuse to buy more keycaps so why not make it for a good cause.
With the ALT Keyboard, how do you keep the LED Settings everytime you undock the Computer?
Just got a new ALT Keybaord. But everytime I unplug my computer to go to a meeting, and plug it back in, I have to reset the LEDs using FN-A and FN-Z (turn off the border light). What can I do to avoid this? It's super annoying.
Vim all the things with the Drop Alt Keyboard. After writing code for the better part of five years in Vim and various code editors with Vim keybindings, I went back to a job where I spend a fair chunk of my time writing and editing in Outlook, Word and Excel. As I worked in these other apps I would often wish I had Vim navgiation keys. Microsoft applications do have navigation helpers with the CTRL + arrow keys but they require you to move your hand which, ergnomically, taxes my shoulder. While the thought about how to “Vimify” Office apps kept popping up more and more, I went down the rabbit hole of mechanical keyboards. That’s when I stumbled on to the Drop Alt Keyboard.
The Alt Keyboard is a 65%, RGB backlit, mechanical keyboard that has a couple tricks up its sleeve. First, it has hot swappable switches. Given that I just discovered mechanical keyboards, I thought testing out different switches would be cool. The RGB backlit keys are cool if you’re a gamer but unicorn vomit...
Suggestions on most comfortable + great feeling keyboards in different price ranges?
Hi. I have a cheap mechanical keyboard and I'm looking to upgrade to a custom mech keyboard with good tactile feedback plus a great typing experience. Can anyone suggest these in different price ranges? Thanks