The cute 34-key Wubbo is an open-source wireless split keyboard by u/cacheworks.
KBD.news Published May 4, 2022
Michael's open-source Wubbo, this cute little board from the Netherlands, sports: 34 keys (just two thumb keys per half), on-board controller, slight splay for the ring fingers and pinkies, and the top pinky keys are moved to the 6th column.
Moving my pinky to the side instead of upwards feels more natural and limits the movement and rotation of my hands on the board. This 'pinky cluster' is inspired by boards like Balbuzard and Osprette – cacheworks.
However, Michael has a second revision PCB coming that eliminates the long battery wire and adds status LEDs that shine through the PCB à la Morningstar – although his implementation will be simpler with two single color LEDs.
Keebmonkey sent me a TWS, a fully wireless split with some nice features and twists. I've been using it for a week now and here is a quick review of this cool board – to be released in a couple of days.