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wEnki44

wEnki44 is a wireless version of the split Enki42, published by aroum.

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Published December 16, 2022
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Referenced by krikun98 in his wrap-up article, the wEnki44 by aroum is a wireless version of the Enki42: split, low-pro, and with brake-off outer pinky keys.

Features

  • 44/42 keys
  • Kailh Choc V1 switches
  • Choc spacing
  • Direct pins
  • Wireless
  • Full body tenting case with magnets
  • Power switch and reset button
  • NFC tag

Check out Krikun98's typing test here:

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Published on Fri 16th Dec 2022. Featured in KBD #107 (source).


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