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Title: Ergodex DX1 review (single key module things)
Post by: chyros on Sat, 19 December 2020, 05:28:33
Today we look at a very unique keyboard the Ergodex DX1 repositionable "keyboard". Basically a DIY macropad kit, it consists of loose switch modules that can be individually programmed and positioned on the keyboard in whatever way the user desires.

Title: Re: Ergodex DX1 review (single key module things)
Post by: RominRonin on Sat, 19 December 2020, 14:54:32
Can you post pictures so as to keep the content on GH please. Thanks
Title: Re: Ergodex DX1 review (single key module things)
Post by: RominRonin on Sat, 19 December 2020, 15:08:42
Can you post pictures so as to keep the content on GH please. Thanks
Ignore me, I mistook this as an interest check but its a review link!

Carry on, nothing to see here...
Title: Re: Ergodex DX1 review (single key module things)
Post by: tp4tissue on Tue, 22 December 2020, 21:08:04
Made by someone who doesn't know how to type prolly.
Title: Re: Ergodex DX1 review (single key module things)
Post by: jamster on Tue, 22 December 2020, 22:41:19
I'd throw in a plug for the Dumang DK6 here (which has become my daily driver keyboard). It seems to be the spiritual successor to the Ergodex, only with a lot of modern updates- hotswap MX compatibility, neodymium magnet attachment method, fast polling, LEDs for those who like that kind of thing.

I remember reading about the Ergodex when it first came out, and wanted to find one.