Weteor's Kong, following his naming convention, is a 48-key orthogonal keyboard with offset bottom row.
Published April 7, 2023
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I missed this model at the time of its publication and learned about it only from the Chonky Kong post.
So the files of Kong, another ortholinear board with a twist, were shared by weteor about two months ago.
It perfectly fits the author's Orthocade family, a line of ortho boards with the hallmark offset bottom row, and each of the models named after a retro game.
If you'd like a numpad in the center, check out the Chonky Kong, which is an updated/extended version of the Kong.
- 44-48 keys
- seperate PCBs/cases for Choc v1 and MX switches
- hotswap sockets
- on-board RP2040
- QMK with Vial support
Published on Fri 7th Apr 2023. Featured in KBD #119.
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