Using adaptive typing AI, Keystone open source analog mechanical keyboard delivers a custom, fine-tuned typing experience for every user. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.
The Keystone is a high-performance analog mechanical keyboard that is available in two models: fully-sized layout and tenkeyless layout. With a solid black exterior, both Keystone keyboards deliver a minimal modern style, while the RGB backlit is customizable with numerous colors and dynamic effects for a personalized look.
The mechanical keyboard comes equipped with Hall Effect switches that use magnetic field strength to track key movement. Using the pressure sensitivity, the keyboard bring flexibility in games, artistic programs and general computing tasks.
Meanwhile, adaptive typing AI allows it to keep track of how hard and far you tend to press each key using HD analog control. After a few hundred presses, your keyboard will automatically tweak for significant comfort improvements for every user.
Furthermore, using the HD analog sensing, the mechanical keyboard not only can be assigned any function or macro onto any key, but also allows you to create half-hold macros. And you can even create pressure-sensitive brush sizing (or playhead scrubbing) keys to improve your Photoshop productivity.
Moreover, its hot-swappable SILO switches are available in three types including SILO Tactile, SILO Linear, and Clicky SILO Beam Spring to meet different typing preferences. In addition, open source firmware means that the keyboard fits for any purpose.
The team behind Keystone is raising fund for the product via Kickstarter. We can pledge $179 to preorder Keystone full-sized mechanical keyboard ($149 for tenkeyless model). Both models will be shipped in February 2020.