That's the first rule of Input Club, Kira!
Subject: General Tech | January 25, 2019 - 05:31 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, NovelKey, mechanical keyboard, kira, Kailh, input club, Hako, cherry
Input Club Inc, which should be called InC Inc, successfully kickstarted the "ultimate full size mechanical keyboard" which they named Kira. The designers obviously have strong feelings about keyboards as TechPowerUp alludes to some interesting behind the scenes drama involving the design team's past. If you also share a passion for specific keyboard designs then you might want to check out their review. The Kira offers you a lot of choice in addition to a compact design, you can choose from a variety of Cherry, Kailh, Hako, and NovelKey switches and you can easily reprogram every single key via their software if you prefer Dvorak, Colemak or other layouts than the default QWERTY.
It is rather expensive, $169–$259 to pre-order and is thoroughly infested with RGBs, but there is a price to pay for loving keyboards this much.
"The Input Club Kira keyboard arose as a design with lofty goals and even higher expectations from the community that helped crowdfund it. Now as a retail product, it is available in a variety of switches, case frames, colors, and even as a kit. No matter the choice, the final product does justice to light, its name, in more ways than one."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Das Keyboard 4Q @ Techspot
- Razer DeathAdder Essential Mouse @ Kitguru
- CORSAIR HARPOON RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review @ NikKTech