Lagom is a through-hole 65% keyboard shared by mojibber.
Published November 16, 2022
Lagom is a 65% board designed and built by Moses Hoyt aka mohoyt or mojibber.
In Sweden, where I’m based, Lagom means ‘just the right amount’ - not too big, not too small: just like this board – mojibber.
(This may be a reference to the author's other design, the 40% litl.)
It uses only through hole components for easy soldering, it’s Pro Micro (or equivalent) compatible, has an OLED screen and 2 rotary encoders.
In addition, demultiplexers and a custom matrix are used to enable the size and features of the board with the limited number of pinouts of a Pro Micro.
Published on Wed 16th Nov 2022. Featured in KBD #103 (source).
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