Oct 15, 2018541 views

Taptek - Thinnest Wireless Mac Mechanical Keyboard

search

search
The Vinpok Taptek is an ultra-slim (16 mm), RGB backlit,  wireless mechanical keyboardwith low profile blue switches. Though wireless, it can be connected via wired as well. The Taptek keyboard comes with a Mac layout and can connect with up to three devices at the same time.
search

search

search

search

search

Compatible With All Devices
search
Taptek is compatible with almost all devices. The Taptek keyboard works with Mac, iOS, Windows, and Android operating systems. This unique cross-device function allows you to switch between the various operating systems on your devices with just a slide of a button on the side on Taptek.

Increased Typing Productivity
search
A mechanical keyboard best for daily use, and the Taptek is designed for productivity and portability. After testing of more than 40 keyboard models, we’re giving users all their favorite features in a single keyboard; an ultra-thin body and switches for a great tactile feel.
19 Types Of RGB Backlits
search
Taptek comes with 4-level of adjustable RGB backlights with 19 different color effects that you can adjust to best cater to your needs. With all these choices, customize the Taptek keyboard to your personal taste and environment.

Wireless And Wired Modes
search
Imagine a world free of cables and restrictions. The Taptek keyboard can connect to your computer via Micro-USB or wirelessly via Bluetooth. It is compatible with iOS, Mac, Windows, Android, Linux, and any mobile devices.  

search

search

search

search

search

search
Vinpok is currently crowdfunding the Taptek on Indiegogo. The Taptek mechanical keyboard comes in Mac & Windows layout. The earliest of early birds can grab one for just $89.
Source: https://igg.me/at/vinpoktaptek
thumb_up
linneverstops and Vinpok
thumb_up2
7
remove_red_eye541
bookmark_borderSave


If this had USB C I'd get it. Dayummm
Whats the difference between the Windows option vs the Mac option?
With proprietary switches and in-house PCB, what advantages does this keyboard offer over the Hexgears X-1 or similar boards that use low-profile switches available to buy right now? I think this board is a bit needlessly chunky with that pseudo-function row.
If this was a true 60% layout I would have purchased it instantly, but being fatter I feel like I should go with the Hexgears X-1 which has a partial numpad above the arrow keys. A lot more useful for an actual office environment.
Urano_Metria
Hey there, thanks for your comment. The main difference between Taptek and hexgears-x-1 is the layout. Most of the Mac keyboards we use everyday are flat and boring. And there aren’t many mechanical keyboards designed with Mac layout. That’s the main reason why we create Taptek mechanical keyboard. With almost the same Mac layout, Mac users can switch smoothly and effortlessly, yet have a pleasant pop and click sound reminiscent of blue switches.
Vinpok
Thanks for the response. I'm looking forward to any future Windows/universal keyboards you might put out.
Can you give more details on these new low-profile switches? For example: • Are the stems compatible with any existing keycaps? • Are there different versions (tactile, linear, clicky; light, medium, high force; etc.)? • Are the switches available alone so others could use them to make custom keyboards? • What are the switch dimensions?
dvorcol
Hey, since Taptek uses self-developed low profile switches, so it's not compatible with the major keycaps in Massdrop. Right now there's only one version of switch, but we'll consider developing other versions if our customers wish to. These switches are not sold alone now since it's compatible with our mainboard and may not work in other keyboards. The dimension is 13.95mm*13.95mm*5.5mm.