I find your lack of custom keycaps disturbing? No. These are the keycaps you’re looking for? Only Imperial Stormtroopers type so precise? I’ll figure this out. In the meantime, the first officially-licensed Star Wars keycap set is going up for sale.
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Last year keyboard maker Azio introduced the Retro Classic, a full-size luxury keyboard sporting typewriter-style keys and a real leather finish.
Now the company is back with the R.C.K., a streamlined mechanical keyboard with a compact layout and Bluetooth support. There’s even a genuine walnut version.
Most mechanical keyboard switches have two positions -- off and on. Either the key is activated, or it's not. The switches in the Wooting One keyboard are different. Like the analogue trigger on a gamepad, they detect a range of motion. I wouldn't say it's something every PC gamer needs, but it can definitely change the way they play games on a keyboard.
Last month I introduced readers to the X-Bows, a weird-looking mechanical keyboard featuring a unique cross-radial layout designed to keep the wrists straight and typing strain to a minimum. Now that I've gotten my hands on it, weird feels pretty good.
There are a lot of big-name peripheral manufacturers making mechanical keyboards, but a search for the term "mechanical keyboard" on Amazon yields a ton of keyboards from companies you've probably never heard of. Such as Vava, makers of the relatively good $US80 ($100) no-name mechanical I've been typing on for the past week.
Tenkeyless keyboards lose the number pad on the right side in favour of a more compact footprint. I say, why stop there? Vortexgear's 75 per cent Race 3 features nearly all the functionality of a tenkeyless board in a smaller, sleeker package, and it's gorgeous to boot.