This is a keyboard that designed by Miaomiao, which I think is nice, tiny and special. Compact style 58 keys HHKB layout with a volume control Pcb is QMK/VIA with hot swop and back light Sense of technology design concept Licht is Germany, which means LIGHT. In Chinese the designer actually named this keyboard called “Project Escape" (Direct translation from Chinese). "Light", "Escape"- can imagine a story behind this design. The designer actually spent totally one year to make this keyboard. So by the date it launched is already anniversary. So her first design, also her studio's anniversary. Basic package included: 1) Cnc Aluminium case 2) Gasket mount 3) Poron Pcb mat 4) Switch mat 5) Hot swop PCB with back light 6) PC positioning plate 7）Poron Gasket 8) Poron bottom mat 9) Storage bag 10) Color available: Black, White, Yellow , Titanium, Soya white Thank you for reading.
The first "TRUE" mullti-layout keyboard - Vintage60s
Hi everyone! I am Gary, the designer of G-Concept, long time no see! My studio had join venture with Gugu Studio who specialize in mechanical keyboard switch. So the new studio called "G Square Studio" This time I would like to introduce you my new project "Vintage60s". Another vintage look typewriter design, which is my fav! Outter shape very simple with a touch of decoration by PVD copper bits, which will look more elegrant. So what's new? and what is the special of Vintage60s? I had spent nearly a year on 60s! The reason is I want to make it special, unique, and user friendly! For the past experience tells me, some peope like the 60%, as it is small and delicate, but with the limited keys layout, it is not good enough for work or for gaming! So the 80% may preferrable. Sometimes when you want to buy a new keyboard, you may like the shape, but the layout may not suitable for you, then you start struggling buy it or not! This time I try to get this problem sort it...
I'm not a designer, but hoping someone else could be inspired. It would be cool to have a set with colours from the show, either the pastel colours of the sort of castle maze they walk through, or perhaps from some combination of the colours of guards' and players' uniforms (there is a great scene where it is just their uniforms contrasted with a white room). A Korean alphabet would be fun, or perhaps English + Korean. Some way to feature the globe of money, perhaps ₩ (Korean won) could feature somehow (Esc?). For modifiers, maybe the images from the sugar cookie game ⭐️, ☂️, etc. It would be nice to work in the guards' symbols as well somehow (🔺, 🟥, ⭕️). Thematically it should be somehow dualistic (players vs guards, childhood vs death, friends vs enemies). Bonus points if I get artisans of the guy with the low-poly-count mask, or the red-green robot girl. I think this series had a great first season and there is some gas in the tank still. I anticipate some more attention due to...
Designed by Matt3o Licensed by Middle-earth Enterprises MT3 PBT Dye sublimated matt3o's blog updates: https://matt3o.com/middle-earth-is-coming-soon-on-a-desktop-near-you/ https://matt3o.com/developing-a-tolkien-keycap-set/ https://matt3o.com/the-dwarves-have-arrived/ Back to the roadmap
Do Drop keycaps fit onto Razer Blackwidow V3 keyboard or the GAMDIAS Hermes Gaming Keyboard (GKB1050)?
I'm looking to get some special keycaps for my keyboards but I'm not sure if they would fit on the keyboards mentioned above and below. For those that have purchased Drop keycaps for these keyboards, do they fit?
I acquired a Massdrop ALT for free and knew upon connecting it that it would not show any signs of life. I had two other CRTL models that were dropped on my as well with non-responding keys. Upon investigating the CRTL model and removing the underside I noticed the area on the backside where the switch plugs in wash pressed in all the way. Once pushed it back into place and reconnected, the CTRL was fully functional. I have no knowledge or background on these keyboards and it was just simple poking around that resulted in success. Now, back to the ALT model being totally dead. Can anyone give me any idea of what the issue could be on this one? Seems to be clean all around from what I can tell or is it just a lost cause and nothing more than cap and switch parts at this juncture? I just like seeing if I can fix something that has a remote chance of seeing new life. Hope this is the right forum Thanks
I personal like the keyboards that the keys are more raised up and a little bit more thicker to press. I find myself missing keys and miss spelling words alot more, scince I;ve baught a new one. I sure hope that Im not the only one who feels this way. Also , was wondering if now a day do they make a computer keyboard that i would be interested in?