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masje:

--- Quote from: tactilesbad on Wed, 12 June 2024, 05:29:52 ---
--- Quote from: zanzzhou on Tue, 28 May 2024, 05:20:47 ---you should separate the tkl and num

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**** no they should not.

please add windowed keys to the extension kit.
consider offering a hangul sub alpha kit. kkb has the molds from jindo. yes I missed the gmk child kit.

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honestly, I think separating them is the way forward, you prevent the waste of a lot of keycaps.
The key is keeping the pricing low.

For example, if i could make TKL base 80 bucks, and a numpad kit 10 bucks, would people still complain? I think not.

dvorcol:

--- Quote from: masje on Fri, 14 June 2024, 03:34:20 ---
--- Quote from: tactilesbad on Wed, 12 June 2024, 05:29:52 ---
--- Quote from: zanzzhou on Tue, 28 May 2024, 05:20:47 ---you should separate the tkl and num

--- End quote ---
**** no they should not.

please add windowed keys to the extension kit.
consider offering a hangul sub alpha kit. kkb has the molds from jindo. yes I missed the gmk child kit.

--- End quote ---

honestly, I think separating them is the way forward, you prevent the waste of a lot of keycaps.
The key is keeping the pricing low.

For example, if i could make TKL base 80 bucks, and a numpad kit 10 bucks, would people still complain? I think not.

--- End quote ---

No question that minimizing waste plastic is good for the environment. I'm a numpad user, and I'm all for TKL+Numpad with your target prices ($80 TKL, $10 Numpad).

I recently looked at 17 previous KKB GBs and Numpad users did not fare as well. Average prices were Numpad $20, TKL $92, Full $96. So with split kits, Numpad users paid about 4 times what TKL users saved.

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