For efficient typing and / or gaming, the Epomaker NT68 can be placed directly on the built-in keyboard of laptops, allowing you to keep the touchpad handy in case you want to use it. It doesn’t matter if you are using a PC with the Windows or with Mac OSAs this wireless mechanical keyboard has a shortcut via the key combination Fn + W / E which allows you to change the keyboard layout between Windows and Mac.
Epomaker NT68, a wireless mechanical keyboard designed for everyone
In addition to being able to switch between Windows and Mac formats, if the user has specific preferences, they can always install the keyboard software so that they can reassign their keys according to their personal preferences. The keyboard has internal memory that allows you to store up to 3 profiles, which allows you to configure it in three different ways for use on three different devices (the software will only have to use it once because the profiles are then saved in the device memory). Remember that this is a wireless mechanical keyboard and as such it can be combined with PCs, laptops, tablets and even smartphones.
In addition, the NT68 comes with a foldable magnetic case which also works as a support depending on the needs of each occasion. By folding the case to create a triangular stand at a 45º angle, a tablet and / or smartphone can easily be attached to it. Plus, the keyboard features adjustable RGB LED backlighting, so you can see what you’re doing even in low light conditions.
To better meet the needs of work and play wherever you are, the NT68 offers wired and wireless connectivity modes, and even allows the connection of three devices simultaneously. As we mentioned before, we are faced with a wireless mechanical keyboard which in this case has switches Regular Gateron and the manufacturer’s exclusive chocolate switches.
If you are a fan of the DIY world, you can also replace the switches with other 3/5 pins without a problem. Regarding compatibility, these switches are discrete, but normal Cherry MX type switches can be installed as long as they have 3/5 pins.
Pricing and availability
The Epomaker NT68 launched yesterday on Kickstarter; the early bird price starts at $ 89 and $ 95 depending on your urgency, and both prices have a limited amount on services on a first come, first served basis. In addition, the keypads are available in two versions, one with discrete switches and one with normal switches.
It’s worth mentioning that at the time of this writing, the project has already raised around 64,000 dollars out of the 8,500 they needed to fund the campaign, so although there are still 34 days to get there, they have already secured the necessary funding. and, for Therefore, it is something that will come out ahead.