Planck 40% Ortholinear Keyboard Review

Posted on Thu 30 April 2015 in Mechanical Keyboards • Tagged with keyboards, diyLeave a comment

I have been a mechanical keyboard enthusiast for several years now. I frequently lurke at r/mechanicalkeyboards and GeekHack. At work I use a Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid with Cherry MX Blue switches and at home I use a Unicomp Customizer 104 with buckling spring switches. A little over a month ago I stumbled upon a DIY 40% ortholinear keyboard called the Planck. It was created by Jack Humbert who sells the parts at ortholinearkeyboards.com. Building my own keyboard (and having full control over the firmware) sounded like a great experiment and I've never used an ortholinear (grid keys) keyboard, so I decided to go for it.

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