Dygma Raise Detachable Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Using a unique detachable design Dygma Raise gaming keyboard brings you a more comfortable gaming experience. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

Dygma Raise Detachable Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

The Dygma Raise is a uniquely designed and advanced mechanical gaming keyboard that tries to bring your gaming to a new level with a unique detachable design. As we can see from the images, the keyboard features a split ergonomic design that keeps your wrists at a neutral angle in order to decrease pressure and strain over time, and you can adjust the width between the two halves to reduce internal shoulder rotation.

Dygma Raise Detachable Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Meanwhile, the detachable design also allows you to use one of them individually, so you will have more space for your gaming mouse, and using the nearly symmetrical layout and rebind-able keys, the keyboard is perfect for left handed players. In addition to the fully customizable layout, its software and firmware is open source, which means everyone can make an improvement or program their own plugins.

The mechanical gaming keyboard comes in Cherry MX and Kailh switches. They will send you one of each kind so you can find your favorite switch among them, and its hot-swappable design allows you to pull your switches out and replace them with others. True N-key rollover ensures your every command can execute precisely.

Dygma Raise Detachable Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Moreover, the spacebar of the gaming keyboard has been divided into 4, and there are 4 extra keys under it. Other features also include customizable RGB backlight and underglow, padded palmrest, extra USB port, magnetic connectors, fully aluminum body and magnetic inner joint.

The team behind Dygma Raise has achieved the fund goal for the product via Kickstarter, but we can still pledge €165 (approx US$199) to preorder the detachable mechanical gaming keyboard. It will be shipped in September 2018.

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