Enki42: slim ergo keyboard
Enki42 is a slim ergo split keyboard by aroum2 with Choc spacing.
Published October 24, 2021
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Inspired by predecessors and projects like the Corne, KeySeeBee, Crkbd choc magnetic case and Jian, Enki42 is a 42-key low-profile split with magnetic case (7x2 mm magnets).
- 42 keys (Kailh Choc v1)
- Per switch RGB
- Serial / i2c
- Choc spacing
- minimum thickness (without case 13 mm, with case 1.1 mm more)
- RGB LED footprints and switches have minimal clearance (stick well without soldering)
- Compatible with Corne via controller pins
Enki is the Sumerian god of water. These symbols are painted on the back of the board, the other half says "42" in Sumerian – aroum2.
GitHub repo: pending
Published on Sun 24th Oct 2021. Featured in KBD #49 (source).
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