Yew Looking For A Different Sort Of Colourful Mechanical Keyboard?
Try Sporting A Woo-dy!
The Woo-dy TKL mechanical keyboard has a smooth slab of walnut for a body, with Gateron RGB switches and ABS double-shot keycaps and it comes with a key pulling tool if you feel the need to replace them. The compact design does have one small drawback, the RGBs are somewhat blocked from your sight by the keys, though you can certainly still see them. The Woo-dy offers both USB-C and Bluetooth connectivity, though the Bluetooth is only for connecting to a secondary device as it still needs a USB connection to function.
Check out Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN‘s full review here and then think about backing it on Kickstarter.
It’s not entirely made out of wood, I should say. On top of its titchy 341x104x36mm wooden base, there’s also a more traditional aluminium tray that houses its choice of three different Gateron RGB switches – linear red ones, loud tactile blue ones or, in my case, quieter tactile brown ones.
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