Review on the yuktsi’s polycarbonate TGR 910RE.
Guide to the basic keyboard construction elements #keyboardscience
Review on the Duck Raven, the best tray mount keyboard yet.
Here’s the review of the most expensive and most hyped keyboard I’ve had the opportunity to own, the TGR Alice. I guess owning this makes me the keyboard equivalent of a Supreme-head?
Review of KBDfans’ TINA-C built plateless.
Review of the vapor-wave inspired GMK Laser Cyberdeck kit by brianlzf.
Introduction Along with the Milgauss collection, the Explorer collection has always been the most underappreciated collection in Rolex’s repertoire. The Explorer watches have great designs, come from valid histories and and are steel sport watches — with the latter being the main reason Rolex is so popular. Yet, it doesn’t have the same pedigree thatContinue reading “Review: Rolex Explorer II 16570 Polar”
With custom keyboards, I find myself nitpicking every jagged seam, machine mark, anodizing flaw and hole placement. As for the HHKB, because it does all of the build quality stuff so absolutely horrendously, I find myself focused purely on the typing experience on it instead. That is a refreshing experience and one I’ve learned to cherish when using it.
Introduction If you know anything about custom mechanical keyboards at all, you probably would have heard of TX keyboards. TX is a custom keyboard brand based in Korea that has been active since 2014. The man behind TX is kin25 (or KI-N25), a prominent community member in KBDLab, a famous keyboard builder and ownerContinue reading “Holy Trinity of Kustoms Part 1: TX by kin25”
Introduction Okay. /dev/tty MT3 is one confusing ass name. After doing some reading on Matt3o’s blog, /dev/tty (apparently pronounced Device Terminal) is the colorway of the keyset, whereas MT3 is the name of that fully-sculpted and spherical profile that the keycaps have. Now that we got that out of the way, the keyset. I wasContinue reading “Review: Matt3o’s /dev/tty MT3 R1 Keycap Set”