matt3o wrote:how do you use them without keycaps?
davkol wrote:Or make own custom keycaps. Remember, that's kurplop...
jacobolus wrote:I want someone to make keycaps for these which just barely cover the switch footprint, so they can be used with different spacing.
Kurplop wrote:jacobolus wrote:I want someone to make keycaps for these which just barely cover the switch footprint, so they can be used with different spacing.
+1 Well, we can at least agree about keyboards.
One of the pictures made it appear as if the Kailh switch occupies a bigger footprint than the Cherry. Is that true?
Strange, I was under the impression that kids benefited from large rather than small keys. Why not go for a BigKeys or something?jacobolus wrote:Definitely a bigger footprint than ML. My son is 4 months old... his hands are still a bit small to start typing on any of the above. But when he gets to be 5 or whatever, and wants to start learning to code, it would be great to have a more appropriate keyboard size. ML is probably the best bet for very tiny hands, but these Kaihua switches should be good for a kids in the 8–10 range I think.
currently at CES
Wodan wrote:Wait YOU'RE at the CES?
Please bring some MX Silent Red
Elrick wrote:This looks exactly like the next new release by them as either an expanded iPhone with keyboard or some keyboard for a new range of iMacs.
Don't tell me you have deserted us poor PC people for the high life of Apple, what did Tim Cook offer you?
Wodan wrote:The Tesoro switches look like they have standard MX dimensions, it's the keycaps that make it slim ...
jacobolus wrote: ... But when he gets to be 5 or whatever, and wants to start learning to code ...