All Variants In Stock!
- Hot Swappable
- 3 Clickable Knobs
- 4 Layers with Display
- Back Light: 16 RGBs (ws2812)
- VIA Compatible
- VIA Auto-Detection (Firmware updated required for purchasers before Apr 2023)
- VIA Online Remapping (Firmware updated required for purchasers before Apr 2023)
Remapping Instructions: wiki.keebmonkey.com
We have been introducing a new firmware, which enables the macro pad to be auto-detected by VIA, and you can also remap it online, check out the guide and see how to update your Macro Pad to the latest firmware:
- Housing Material: Aluminum 6063
- Translucent Acrylic Base
- D/M: 142x96x32 (mm)
- Weight: 320 Grams
- Process: CNC
- Surfacing: Anodized/Electrophoresis
- Keys: 16
- 16 Gateron Yellow Switches are included
- 16 Blank XDA keycaps included
- 3 Knobs, clickable
- 4 Layers, can be displayed on the screen.
- 0.91 Inch OLED Screen
- Connection: Type-C
No complaints, everything works as they should. Nice feel to the switches too.
Originally ordered the black version but instead got the silver one which was readily available and have no regrets. The silver one is pretty sexy with my PC setup. I love this macropad and I'm purposely using it for my daytrading and running OBS. I plan to order the new version with Bluetooth support in the future.
Once you set up your macros, it really helps with productivity. learning the software was a little tricky but theres guides online and active forums/discords to help you get what you want.
The macro pad looks and feels very nice to use and, out of the box, allows some basic controls as a number pad and media control device. However, I've had significant trouble with getting any other features to work. Spent way too much time following the instructions on the Wiki and other sources online and can't get this to actually accept any of the settings in VIA. Feels like a waste of $70 at this point as I got it to help save some time with tasks, not to be a time sink.
The device is amazing and works really well once configurated. 4* are because it is really annoying to configure for the first time.
Anyway, you will have to find what rev. did you get.
Rev1: ATMEGA32U4. Rev2: STM32Duino.
If you get REV1 will not be any problem working with VIA.
If you get REV2, bad news cause it is NOT VIA compatible. You will have to flash a third party firmware to configure from VIAL or configure through a Mac O.S.
Hope this helps anyone!
Meets all My expectations - and they where High!
what a terrible experience to get started with this.
removing the key switches took forever, because the switch that comes with it seem very cheap.
and now finding out that VIA doesn't work with it, is sooo agitating even though they say it does. total trash.