Tag: RP2040 (23 entries)
Sebastian Stump made some changes to his design and published Narfkb2 with extra pinky column.
Ximi V1 is here after last year's slightly different prototype. Sadek Baroudi put a lot of features in this 36/42 split keyboard.
Josh Johnson released the Sea-Picro, a Pro Micro alternative with RP2040 and some neat features.
Pi5 is a monoblock angled ortho keyboard open sourced by ihihbs.
Another Raspberry Pi Pico based keyboard: Budgy by keyboarddweebs.
The Pi60 HSE & RGB are the first mass-produced RP2040 60% boards – from 1upkeyboards.
A 3D-printed, handwired keyboard by aionskull: the primpkeeb.
The Elite-Pi is a new controller by Maple Computing – sporting an RP2040 chip while being compatible with the Pro Micro footprint.
Zack Freedman talks about his MiRage Mk2, an ortho split with eInk display.
The "IBM Model Pi" by rengarett is simply a Model M converted via a Pi Pico and KMK.
A minimal controller sporting a RP2040 chip with all the 30 GPIO pins broken out – designed by Technoblogy.
Boardsource announced Blok, a new RP2040-based microcontroller with Pro Micro footprint.
Andreas Känner took Pimoroni's RP2040-powered e-ink display and put it on a macropad.
Seeed Studio is running a sponsorship campaign of the Seeed Fusion Assembly service offering free PCB prototypes for DIY keyboard projects with a XIAO RP2040 controller included.
Another RP2040-based controller with relatively small form factor: Seeeduino Xiao RP2040.
Slice36: a Xiao RP2040 powered 36 key split by MReavley.
An open-source tenkeyless mechanical keyboard powered by a Raspberry Pi Pico and BMK, a custom Arduino IDE firmware.
The key micro RP offered by abitkeys is another RP2040-based controller with some extras.
Tiny 2040 is another RP2040-based development board, this time by Pimoroni.
An angled monoblock Pico-based keyboard from m.ki. Optionally low-profile and open-source.
The RP2040-Zero is a tiny RP2040 based controller with USB-C and 20(+9) GPIO pins.
PicoSplit is a 3D printed split keyboard by Andreas Känner featuring a custom firmware written in CircuitPython.
The VColChoc44 is an Atreus-like low-profile monoblock split by jpconstantineau with on-board RP2040.