Be part of the mechanical keyboard community, and start working on your first DIY numpad (with a touch panel!!). With an unbeatable price and superb DIY experience and quality, this numpad is able to bring both fun and efficiency. No soldering is needed for constructing the numpad, and a 5-year-old is able to set up this pad in 10 minutes. This numpad is remappable.
Paying for only $25, you receive a complete DIY kit with switches and keycaps, along with free global air shipping included.
Switches (Keyboard Ver. Only)
Keycap (Keyboard Ver. Only)
Material: Acrylic + FR4
Dimensions: 9.5*9.5*5mm(Keycaps not included)
Keys: 17 keys
Lighting effect: Monochrome
Keyboard Version Includes:
Switches: High Spec Purple switches
Keyboard DIY Kit: with Switches and Keycaps
Barebones DIY Kit: No Switches and Keycaps
$5 Shipping, Shipping in 7 Days.
The board itself is a fun little build. It does what its supposed to as a wired numpad most of the time. Occasionally it will stop functioning properly, and it's quite annoying. On top of that, the software to reprogram it is entirely in Chinese, and is barely functional as well.
The numpad is neat and the touch pad is cool, but two of the switch sockets don't work.
the remapping software is horrible (pictured below), its only in Chinese and doesn't have even let you remap
I received and assembled the touch pad, but a few of the sockets do not work. So, it was a waste of money. KeebMonkey support has not been helpful in trying to fix or replace it.
The assembly instructions are good. I assumed there would be stabilisers included if there were switches and keycaps but I was wrong. As of writing, the software to remap is in Chinese only and looks pretty horrible, and doesn't allow you to edit the funciton of the touchpad at all.
Be aware there is no num lock indicator, which could be an issue if your keyboard doesn't have one either (mine doesnt)
The pad is nice though, the touchpad is handy.