|Delivery time:||2-4 days|
The Wooting one isn’t only a full analog keyboard, it’s also an awesome mechanical keyboard with (literally) lighting fast input, swappable switches and top-plate, full on-board programmability and per key RGB backlight.
With the basic package, you can choose between Red or Blue switches. If you want best of both worlds, see the premium.
ps: you always receive an additional 4x Red and 4x Blue switches.
The Wooting one has a standard bottom row size, OEM layout and can fit Cherry-MX (+ shape) type keycaps. Otherwise, you can order an ISO/Big enter layout in the following languages:
French AZERTY ISO has a special group buy running.
With enough requests, we will also provide other languages. You can share your request with this form.
At this moment, it works as a regular keyboard on Mac OSX and Linux. Further support for these platforms will come.
|Backlight:||Individual backlit RGB with key-by-key programmability|
|Switch option:||Red flaretech or Blue flaretech|
|N-key rollover:||Yes - full|
|Onboard memory :||Save up to 4 profiles on the Wooting one|
|Cable:||Micro-USB 2.0 to USB 2.0|
|Dimensions:||369mm x 161mm x 41mm|
|Weight:||< 1 kg|
|Warranty:||Full 2-year consumer warranty|
Best purchase 2k17. Love my keyboard and use it every day.
Great keyboard, loads of moddability. Awesome support.
Brilliant keyboard! Love that it comes with replacement switches of both types.
Literally this is the best Keyboard I have tried to date, I have tried so many keyboards over the years I lost count... Wooting stays away from the flaws of big production companies and actually cares about Quality, I probably cannot break their keyboard even if I tried! The switches are very similar to Cherry MX, Except it being slightly lighter.
So far this is the only project I've ever backed on Kickstarter, and I'm not disappointed in the least. There were a few delays along the way, but the team behind the Wooting One was very transparent and kept their backers up to date on what was going on and how it was all ultimately leading to a better keyboard. The point is, they valued delivering a quality product more than rushing out anything not up to scratch. Anyway, I love typing with it, and I love using it in games. I love walking slowly while playing Overwatch and TF2, and I love using the DKS (Dual Key Stroke, for the uninitiated) feature for my quick cast settings in Heroes of the Storm. It's a great product, and I've already recommended it to several of my gamer friends. Oh, the RGB is great, too, and well worth the additional time spent getting the keyboard to support it.