6 posts tagged: #Keyboards
Let's Split Build Log
Build log of the 40% Let's Split keyboardAn ergonomic 40% split keyboard? How can so much greatness be packed into one sentence. This post is a build log of the Let's Split keyboard, how you can build one too and why you should.
Corne CRKBD Build Log
The hardest keyboard I've ever tried to buildI've had my eye on the Corne keyboard for a while now. For those of you who know me or have read this blog before will be aware of my love of tiny keyboards. I built my first tiny keyboard a few years ago and very quickly progressed to split keyboards leading me to build a 'Let's Split'. It wasn't long before the Corne caught my attention and I just had to build one.
The Planck - Key Theory
Part 2, How I approached and adapted the layout of the PlanckPart one of this two part series talked about the building of this Planck keyboard. It concluded by mentioning the full programmability aspect of one of these things, allowing you to customise every aspect of it. Every single key can be mapped.
Part 1, My build log of the 40% Planck Keyboard.I became particularly intrigued by tiny keyboards as they not only look weird, but supposedly can help with both typing efficiency and RSI. After many months of browsing enthusiast forums I came across a Planck.
Let's Talk Keyboards
Membrane vs Mechanical. Which is the right one for you?There are two different types of keyboards: membrane and mechanical. Almost everybody will be familiar with the former. These are the stock keyboards that new computers come shipped with or the keyboards that you buy probably from your local tech equipment shop.
Building a Custom Keyboard Case
My build log of a custom oak keyboard case.I've talked before about my weird hobbies and interests. I have a collection of random impulse buys that would probably baffle future archiologists if the earths population and records were almost completely erased. One of these interests is the wonderful land of mechanical keyboards.