The Keystone Keyboard Feels Old But Types Fresh

By Author Info  |  August 6, 2019


The Keystone Keyboard Feels Old But Types Fresh

The Keystone keyboard merges the feel of an old school mechanical keyboard with the precision and functions of a modern digital one. Using magnets and a Hall effect sensor in each key, the changes in electromagnetic energy from your hand contacting the key registers a key stroke, making it actually more sensitive than a new keyboard while feeling like something you used in the school library back in 2004. A funded Kckstarter.


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