Unleash your typing potential with cordless freedom.
Our true wireless keyboard uses innovative 2.4G technology that provides a stable and reliable wireless connection, without the need for an active or slave machine. Enjoy complete freedom and confidence while typing.
With super long battery life, the TWS keyboard is the perfect wireless keyboard solution for anyone who values productivity and reliability. No matter whether you are working from home, in the office, or on the go.
- Completely wireless design for maximum freedom.
- Long battery life for extended use.
- Dual OLED displays for clear visual feedback.
- Wireless remapping for easy customization.
- Regular firmware updates for new features and functionality.
- Lightweight and portable for on-the-go use.
- Hot-swappable switches for easy customization.
- Chip: NRF52833
- Weight: 300g (Per-Side)
- Material: Acrylic
- Hot Swappable: Yes
- Connection: 2.4G
- 2.4GHz Dongle: Yes
- Delay: ＜3ms
- Connection Type: True Wireless, no slave machine
- Battery: 2000mAh
- Screen: 0.98'
- Battery Life: Around 150 hrs (with screen On, 75 days of battery life if you type for 2 hours per day)
- Hot Swap Sockets: JWK
- Remappable: Yes, with our own software
- Keys: 54
- Knobs: 2
- Layer: Up to 8
Event: Flash Sale
The keyboard itself is well assembled and okay to use ergonomically. Screens and encoders are nice.
A minor problem is that keypresses don't seem to reliably register. Regardless of the switch (I tired several) some keys just sometimes don't register on the first keypress, which makes for a bad typing experience.
The major problem is the software. It works, but very clunky, unintuitive and missing some features (like auto-shift). mod/key I tried to set up for shift/enter has too large of a delay to be usable. The software only works on Windows, couldn't make work with Wine on Linux, but worked with VirtualBox. There is no documentation.
I'm really hoping that through some firmware and software updates, this product becomes better. For now can't recommend it as a daily driver.
I backed this keyboard on Kickstarter as it seemed intriguing. It is pretty much as advertised and the build quality is great, except that one of the switches came broken and I have had to replace it myself. Also the batteries seems to hold different amounts of charge (one exhausts quickers than the other). Finally the lack of manual to help with the cryptic key remapping software is frustrating, as it's not particularly intuitive to use.
I've been waiting for a month now, but haven't seen any sign of the keyboard. I've also asked the site questions regarding key caps packs and their compatibility with the TWS Keyboard. I'm under the impression that I should have ordered the keychron brand split keyboard instead, as they are trustworthy.
The board arrived partially disassembled. I put it back together and found that 14 keys didn't work! After I replaced all the switches, all the keys worked normally. Very disappointed.
The key cap quality is mediocre. The plate is slightly irregular. The software isn't where the manual states, and it barely works. One small, pleasant surprise is that the knobs work out of the box under Linux!
The board itself is interesting, and after repairs, works. I'm hopeful that the software for updating the key mapping will improve, and the rough start will fade into memory. It's an interesting product that needs a LOT of improvement in quality control.
The keyboard is well built and everything has good quality (plate, PCB, keycaps, knobs, and so on). But some of the things that bothered me were:
- keys weren't working on the left side. I had to put some foam inside the plate to make an extra support for the switches
- terrible support. skkeys website has all links wrong, their support emails don't exist, keebmonkey also failed on after-sales
- proprietary software with inexistent guides. you have to download it and figure out what and how to do anything
- the plate came with a sort of "mold". i had to clean it with mineral oil. now it looks perfect
- sometimes i face ghosting on some keys. unexpected behavior considering this keeb has a 2.4 dongle and i use it 1m away from my computer
my luck was another comment saying people were helping on the discord, where we all suffer from the same issues.
overall, it's a good keyboard. let's see how they'll handle after-sales and future support for the keyboard (firmware updates, software updates, manuals...)
It is a really good keeb overall. Had no connection problems so far! The only 2 things that were not good were: 1 - around 15 switches were not working at all ( had to replaced'em with my own). 2 - the software for customization is kinda hard to get, still trying to make things right for me.
This is an interior or fidget.
It feels very nice to the touch, but I can't type keys properly.
Also, the support team never contacted me when I complained about it.
I highly recommend it to people who like hand spinners and don't want a keyboard.