After a much anticipated wait, we’re excited to bring the Mech Keys Community the KBD66 keyboard kit. Crafted with 66 keys, this unconventional yet highly functional board features a full set of arrow keys and two extra keys on the top right that can be programmed to your liking. The case is made from 6061 aluminum that’s anodized in the color of your choice. Its angled shape provides an ergonomic feel when typing—and at nearly 3 pounds fully assembled, it won’t slide around on your desktop.
Note: At checkout, choose from nine different case colors and plate colors. You will also have the option to add a set of keycaps in the color of your choice, a set of Gateron or Cherry MX switches, and a set of LEDs. See checkout options for more details. Click here to download firmware assets. Click here to check out Livingspeedbump's guide on programming KBD Keyboards.
A collaboration with amj66, the PCB is fully programmable. It features a fully customizable layout and has support for LED installation for backlighting, too. The PCB is similar in size to the Leopold FC660C, one of the most popular keyboards on the market. Of course, the plate is available in the color of your choice to match the case or shake things up with a two-toned look. At checkout you can add a set of Gateron or Cherry MX switches and a set of keycaps to complete your board.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Mar 26, 2018 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.