Osprey is an low-profile open-source monoblock split by ebastler.
KBD.news Published November 17, 2022
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This Osprey (we already had another one) is a 40% wireless monoblock keyboard with onboard MCU – designed by ebastler.
The PCB and 3D-printable case are both open source.
The board was designed to be an elegant and sleek unibody keyboard, without sacrificing typing comfort or portability. While the enclosure has raised edges to hide the keyswitches for a more refined look, it is still as slim as possible with Choc v1 switches, leading to a total thickness of about 16 mm from bottom to keycap top, if used with MBK keycaps – ebastler.
If you'd prefer something with a daugtherboard rather than the onboard nRF52840 chip, Leo published a remix of this design with an RP2040-Zero: the Zerosprey42 (wired).