Want a clicky keyboard? Add a solenoid! #Keyboards
Ming-Gih Lam updated the Red Herring keyboard with an interesting twist. Red Herring is a 75% ortholinear keyboard with staggered columns and a split ergonomic layout with silent Alpaca switches. How to get that clicky sound?
Integrate a solenoid into the PCB! (center, top, a bit right) With the push of a button, every keystroke produces a satisfying click!
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