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Delivery time 2-5 workdays (Germany),
appr. 5-14 workdays (EU),
appr. 14-50 workdays (International)
- Order number: KC10105
The REVIUNG41 is 41-key column staggered keyboard, with 3x12 layout and 5 thumb keys.
It supports switch hotswap with Kailh MX sockets. For the middle key in the thumb cluser you can use a 2U, or 2.25U keycap and install a 2U stabilizer.
10x WS2812 RGB led's can be installed for Underglow and one upward facing for a accentuating illumination in the middle of the keyboard.
- PCB (black with white silk screen and silver surface finish)
- Top plate (FR4 material, black with silver surface finish)
- Bottom acrylic plate (3mm clear)
- 2x mid acrylic plates (3mm clear)
- 2mm acrylic MCU cover
- Spacer and screws (stainless M2 T6 torx)
- Kailh Hot-Swap Sockets
- SMD diodes
- WS2812 led's
- Reset switch
- Rubber feet
You also need:
- Recommended: Single Row Socket Headers
- Optional: 2U stabilizer
- 41x MX compatible switches with 3 or 5 pins
- 1x Pro Micro or compatible clone (Puchi-C, or Elite-C)
- USB cable
- T6 Torx screwdriver
- Soldering iron
Middle acrylic plates
This kit comes with a top middle acrylic plate (between the top plate and the main PCB) and bottom middle acrylic plate (between the main PCB and the bottom plate).
This supports the entire surface of the keyboard, increasing the rigidity of the keyboard and increasing the weight.
Therefore, it improves the typing feeling and the sound.
Photos of the completed kit are for demonstration purposes only.
Please note that this kit must be assembled (soldering) and does not include switches or keycaps.
PCB and case designed by @GTIPS_SH
Sturdy one-piece keyboard
I'm writing this on the Reviung41!
The kit is nicely assembled. There are some extra screws and spacers just in case of faulty threading or maybe losing items, but I didn't need it. Great!
The case consists of acrylic parts, the PCB and a FR4 plate. Everything is excellently manufactured and the end result looks fantastic. Furthermore, the keyboard has a very closed-case feel to it as it is not open to the sides.
The PCB itself works without any problems too. I did notice that the GND pads of the LEDs didn't wet easily or deducted a lot of heat, so beware of that.
The keyboard supports a 2U screw-in stabilizer (NOT plate mounted!), which was not available at the time I bought it, so I am currently using it without one. Works well, but I will upgrade it.
All in all, great kit! Buy this, have switches and keycaps and boom. Reviung! Also, hats off to the creator, GTIPS.