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ErgoMorph55

The ErgoMorph55 by _vastrox_ is a low profile monoblock keyboard.

The ErgoMorph55 is a split-like low profile ergo keyboard. It was designed and built as a commission for Karl Thoennissen, a German book author, who came up with the concept for the case and the layout.

The goal was to create an ergo board with a very low profile and a somewhat similar look to the Sesame keyboard kit that _vastrox_ created earlier.

The board uses Kailh Choc v1 switches and has an acrylic skeleton style case with zero degree typing angle.

More details and pictures of the ErgoMorph55: https://keyboards.elmo.space/ergomorph

Published on Sat 29th May 2021. Featured in KBD #28 (source).


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