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Offline equalunique

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Is there an open source reference PCB for ps2avr?
« on: Tue, 14 May 2019, 16:08:24 »
Is there an Open Source reference PCB for ps2avr(U/GB)?

I have a MX1800 L3 PCB by Leeku. It's the only ps2avr PCB I know of which supports any kind of split-spacebar layout. Haven't seen anything like it for sale in a long long time, so I'm wondering if anyone knows of any open source ps2avrU or ps2avRGB designs out there which could make a suitable reference.

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Re: Is there an open source reference PCB for ps2avr?
« Reply #1 on: Wed, 15 May 2019, 23:59:53 »
Why not make/use a QMK compatible PCB with a 32u4? QMK is very easy to use now and the 32u4 won't have any V-USB issues.
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