I’ve been to a couple of mechanical keyboard meetups around Australia, and even hosted myself. But one place that I’ve really really wanted to go for a meetup is my beloved Philippines. And at the end I visited Manila to attend Mech Collective Philippines 2019. Mechanical keyboard meets are definitely one of my favourite things
Welcome to Episode 2 of This is My 60, where I showcase a handful of the amazing 60% boards that I’ve seen over on Reddit. Thanks to the owners and photographers for giving me permission to use their work. Making the Poker grade again. SA Grade is what you see here with a wild stripe
SONY non-official mods I made an integrated PS4. The name is PlayStation4 Unify. Please call him “PS4U”. Same as my work PS2U, the concept of “All loaded” Weight and size are greater than PS2U. Ah… maybe it’s bigger than your imagination. Let’s explain the function. 15.6″ full HD IPS LCD OnScreenDisplay · Volume control button
Recently, I’ve built the Iris split keyboard, and the Dilly 30% board, which are both super interesting DIY kits from Keebio. I don’t want to be so preachy, but I really do love the range of PCBs they offer, as they give me a base to build keyboards from. So today we’re going check out
Beep beep! Look on out for safe type, boop boop! Hey what’s up guys, Leaton here, and a few weeks ago I made this video on this really weird keyboard. This thing actually has mirrors, didn’t know it was a car But I called it; try to find a weirder keyboard because legit how does
Today I’m gonna go through how to build a 60% mechanical keyboard. I’ve been reviewing keyboards from Banggood.com for a while, and thanks again for their continued support. And I noticed that they have several parts to make a keyboard. So that’s what we’re gonna do today and it’s absolutely nothing to be scared of.
Recently I’ve checked out a bunch of budget mechanical keyboards, and I’ve been really impressed by some of them, and seeing what can be delivered today does get me excited, as quality mechanical keyboards become more accessible. So today we check out another contender in the market, the Rakk Ilis RGB mechanical keyboard, which actually
I’ve been covering mechanical keyboards for quite a while now, dealing with the whole spectrum, but I’ve never really talked about why. Why mechanical keyboards? Why spend a tonne of money on a keyboard, when a cheap $10 one does the same thing?. And this is absolutely true. We can’t deny that a cheap one
I haven’t done a whole lot of custom mechanical keyboard builds in my time, but one type I have yet to build is a full sized, which in the common world is a regularly sized keyboard that you see everywhere. Rare breed in the custom world though, with most being more compact for various reasons.
Today I wanna have a break from the boring reviews and just do a nice and easy fun project. So today we build the Dilly, which is a sweet little creation from Keebio, and is a 3 by 10 ortholinear keyboard, basically just a Gherkin, but for the Kailh Choc low profile keyswitches. It comes