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[IC]Go-Ace68 | Redesign a 68-key Gasket Mount Keyboard
Features: 1. Aluminum 6063 case. 2. Double layer top case - The overall look presents more. 3. Gasket mount 4. QMK and VIA supported. 5. Solderable PCB with multiple split keys supported. 6. PCB screw-in stabilizers 7. Two plate options - aluminum and polycarbonate Prototype photos More prototype photos https://imgur.com/gallery/IQUyUYz Specifications: 1. Aluminum 6063 case & 65% layout 2. Gasket mount, poron dampening pad between the plate and PCB 3. High profile design, double-layer top case, one upper layer case + one lower layer case 4. Typing angle: 6 degree 5. Aluminum decorative waistline 6. The embedded “HelloWorld” badge on the bottom case 7. Type-C port 8. PCB screw-in stabilizers. 9. Solderable PCB with multiple split keys 1. Split backspace 2. ISO enter 3. Split right shift 4. Split left shift 5. Split spacebar 6. Stepped caps lock Notes: PCB is not backlighting supportive. Sound test video. WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE:...
Will Drop be releasing any ISO layout keycaps for the UK and other European countries? With its growing popularity worldwide I would love to see drop starting to release more keycaps outside the ANSI layout.
What sets to buy
for a complete ISO DE Keycap Setup
Hi, I am from Germany and would like to buy a set of MT3 keycaps to build myself a TKL keyboard. I have found a set (https://drop.com/buy/drop-biip-mt3-extended-custom-keycap-set) that seems to have everything I need. The only thing is, that I am not sure if I have to buy multiple sets to have a complete TKL Keyboard in ISO DE. Does the ISO International contain every keycap I need or do I have to buy the alpha an modifier set on top? Sorry for the questions, but english is not my main language and I am new to the drop buy concept. Best Regards Chinie
I'm trying to do what I THOUGHT would be a very straightforward thing. I want to have a GBP sign (£) where the dollar sign currently is but on layer 1, so that when I press FN+4 I get a £. But in the DROP configurator, the only buttons I can pick are US-layout keys. So how do I choose a non-US key? This seems like a bad implementation if you ask me.