JBL speaker on KnewKey’s nostalgic keyboard

The designers of the 2.4-pound wireless design have been thinking about an idea that had been discussed before.

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On the Japanese crowdfunding platform called Gloture, an interesting concept, albeit somewhat eccentric mechanical keyboard that combines a retro feel with wireless modernity has emerged. THE As a KnewKey DJ88 The main attraction of the listed aluminum housing solution is that it is reminiscent of typewriters common in the first half of the twentieth century, and although we have seen something similar beforethe peripheral seems a bit more massive this time and also functions as a speaker.


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Fortunately, this thing is not at the expense of uptime because there are two 2200 mAh batteries in the apparatus; one is a 360-degree JBL audio system with a Texas Instruments TAS5825M amplifier that produces a 90 dB signal-to-noise ratio, and the other is powered by the input device itself. The media controllers would welcome you back in the form of cylindrical elements in the upper corners of the front of the keyboard with a 3.5 mm jack.


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Beneath the slightly contoured, rounded key caps (tactile and clickable) are blue switches that are not stretched by the manufacturer, but the images show the switches have Cherry MX stems. Of course, the backlight is not missing from the recipe either, and the product page highlights that the lights are able to respond to music, which is a logical extra when you know the parameters of the subject of our news.

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Bluetooth connects to a keyboard that can be connected to three computers at the same time and can be tapped under Windows, macOS, iOS and Android operating systems, and has a fold-out aluminum stand on top of which you can mount your laptop / tablet, for example. Taste here or there, the 83-button, US ANSI allotment tap is not cheap fun at all, as it costs 63,217 yen gross, or about 175,000 forints. Free shipping is expected to begin in May.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.

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