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Subject: General Tech | June 26, 2018 - 01:55 PM |
Tagged: input, knewkey, rymek, mechanical keyboard, bluetooth

Do you long for the days of mechanical typewriters, but feel that history missed out by not including lighting under the keys?  If so, then the Rymek is perfect for you as it resembles the former and features the latter.  The wheel and carriage return level at the top of the board have been re-purposed, instead of advancing paper the wheel now controls your audio, while the lever switches the board between wired functionality and BlueTooth; which The Tech Report had issues using.  Find out more about the Rymek, including how KnewKey is going to resolve the connectivity issues in the full review.

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"KnewKey's Rymek mechanical keyboard pairs retro styling with modern mechanical key switches and versatile wired and wireless connections. We put its saddle-shaped key caps to the test with a range of devices to see whether it can back up its old-school looks with modern performanc"

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June 26, 2018 | 02:20 PM - Posted by RMS (not verified)

Does the keyboard respect the user's freedoms?

June 26, 2018 | 04:19 PM - Posted by Dvon-E (not verified)

The knob and lever are on the wrong sides, unless they copied a non-English typewriter that uses a right-to-left printing order. Perfect for your office with a backwards clock.

June 26, 2018 | 07:58 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

I used to have a simliar clock.   The lever is wrong, but i remember the knob was often on the right side, if not both?

June 27, 2018 | 11:41 AM - Posted by Rocky123 (not verified)

Why would anyone want this? There was a reason typewriters went away. They were loud & heavy & messy when having to deal with ribbons or sticking keys. But hey if you had a user with fully upgraded firmware they could be very fast with 60+ words a minute.

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