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Every "split" mechanical keyboard currently being sold that I know of
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WieldSoftwareDevelopement Jan 26, 2018

How long did it take you to get used to the ortholinear key layout on the ErgoDox?

I've got a Matias Ergo Pro. It is pretty nice, but in over a year of use I've got several sticky keys. I have other non split mechanical keyboards from steel series so I know there are better switches out there. Plus the keyboard is missing some important keys. Like insert for example.

How long did it take you to get used to the ortholinear key layout on the ErgoDox?

I've got a Matias Ergo Pro. It is pretty nice, but in over a year of use I've got several sticky keys. I have other non split mechanical keyboards from steel series so I know there are better switches out there. Plus the keyboard is missing some important keys. Like insert for example.

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Gelmo Mar 15, 2018

You're missing a couple good ones:
https://gaming.kinesis-ergo.com/fsedge/ - Kinese Freestyle Edge - Freestyle 2 w/ mechanical keys and programmable layers
https://ultimatehackingkeyboard.com - programmable mechanical

Gelmo commented Mar 15, 2018

You're missing a couple good ones:
https://gaming.kinesis-ergo.com/fsedge/ - Kinese Freestyle Edge - Freestyle 2 w/ mechanical keys and programmable layers
https://ultimatehackingkeyboard.com - programmable mechanical

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theevocater Apr 5, 2018

Keeb.io makes a few different PCB's for splits

theevocater commented Apr 5, 2018

Keeb.io makes a few different PCB's for splits

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contesi May 25, 2018

Kinesis Advantage, Kinesis Maxim Combo and Maltron dual-handed might count.

contesi commented May 25, 2018

Kinesis Advantage, Kinesis Maxim Combo and Maltron dual-handed might count.

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murmour Jun 27, 2018

Freestyle Pro was released by Kinesis recently: https://www.kinesis-ergo.com/shop/freestyle-pro/.

It looks very similar to Freestyle Edge, but is a bit cheaper, and comes with no wrist rests.

murmour commented Jun 27, 2018

Freestyle Pro was released by Kinesis recently: https://www.kinesis-ergo.com/shop/freestyle-pro/.

It looks very similar to Freestyle Edge, but is a bit cheaper, and comes with no wrist rests.

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Gerk Jul 12, 2018

Don't waste your time with the Matias Ergo Pros ... they are wonderful hardware with HORRIBLE firmware. I've owned 4 of them and every one has had different firmware issues from ghosting to phantom keypresses to caps lock lights randomly coming on (and staying on even when caps lock is not engaged), etc. I just sent back 2 of the new "soft touch" ones. The keys themselves are great, if they can ever get their firmware issues sorted out.

Gerk commented Jul 12, 2018

Don't waste your time with the Matias Ergo Pros ... they are wonderful hardware with HORRIBLE firmware. I've owned 4 of them and every one has had different firmware issues from ghosting to phantom keypresses to caps lock lights randomly coming on (and staying on even when caps lock is not engaged), etc. I just sent back 2 of the new "soft touch" ones. The keys themselves are great, if they can ever get their firmware issues sorted out.

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jingpengw commented Jul 24, 2018

this one is pretty cheap and beautiful, not sure about the quality though.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.29.68d16222La6Gri&id=556970472669&ns=1&abbucket=4#detail

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