- WASD Keyboards
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Fremont, CA 94538
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Please check out our in-depth mechanical keyboard guide here: http://www.wasdkeyboards.com/mechanical-keyboard-guide There you'll find valuable information that will help you make the most informed decision when it comes to purchasing a mechanical keyboard.
"Bottoming out" is a term used to describe when a key stroke is pressed all the way down where the stem of the switch hits the inside of the switch casing. This causes a "clack" from the collision on mechanical keyboards. Switch sound dampeners are soft rubber O-rings that can be installed onto the keycap stem to cushion the landing of the switch by stopping the key stroke just short of the point ...
For normal cleaning, you can wipe down your keyboard and keycap surfaces with a damp cloth. Compressed air can be used to remove debris from around and under the keycaps. If needed, a mild detergent or a mixture of isopropyl alochol and water (we suggest diluting the alcohol to around 30%) can be used to help remove oils and grease. Test your cleaning solution on an inconspicuous area first. DO...
104/87 ANSI This layout is typically used in US, Canada, and Australia. The layout mainly caters to the standard US QWERTY layout. 105/88 ISO This layout is typically used in Europe and is available in various language layouts including such as UK, German, Swedish, French, etc. The ISO layout has an extra key between the left shift and Z key along with a different shaped Enter key which causes th...
Differences between the V2 keyboard and the CODE keyboard: V2 No backlighting available Customization options Black colored steel backplate Single layer PCB Red LED lock indicators CODE Backlighting White colored steel backplate Dual layer PCB White LED lock indicators