The Piantor Keyboard is a beginner-friendly, easy-to-solder, 42-key or 36-key, diodeless, low profile aggressive column staggered, hotswappable and non-hotswappable, programmable ergonomic mechanical split keyboard powered by Raspberry Pi Pico or other compatible RP2040 boards.
It is based on the Cantor Keyboard.
- Support for Choc V1 and Choc V2 switches
- Beginner friendly (less soldering, precompiled VIAL firmware, Gui to change layout)
- Breakable pinky column (42-key to 36-key)
- QMK and VIAL firmware support.
- Open source
- Left and right pcb
- 2x Raspberry Pi Pico
- 3D printed case (black PLA)
- 3D printed middle plate (black PLA)
- Solder parts (TRRS jack)
- Screws (stainless M2 T6 torx)
- 36/42x Choc V1 or Choc V2 switches
- Keycaps (if you use Choc V1 switches you need Choc keycaps, if you use Choc V2 switches you need MX keycaps)
- Choc Hot-Swap Sockets (optional if you need Hot-Swap for the switches)
- TRRS cable (4-pole)
- Micro-USB cable
Design by Beekeeb