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HacKeyboard – open hardware mechanical keyboard

HacKeyboard – open hardware mechanical keyboard

Msaleiro from instructables.com has built this open source mechanical keyboard he has been working for the last 2 years. It may looks like an ordinary keyboard but it has many features embedded. To check them follow the link below. He writes:

It looks like a computer keyboard, and it is, but not an ordinary one. It’s story and hidden functions add a lot more to it. “Under the hood” you’ll find that this keyboard has:

SMK Alps Mount switches
Compact size
Special commands to record up to 12 macros

Internal keylogger

Internal USB Hub

and many more.

HacKeyboard – open hardware mechanical keyboard – [Link]







 

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