KarenAshworth is creating Hexgears X-1 Mechanical Keyboard
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The X-1 mechanical keyboard is engineered with German precision and powered by American innovation. Hexgears and Kono Store are proud to showcase its multi-device wireless connectivity, high output RGB backlighting, and beautifully machined aluminum case. The X-1’s portable form factor and responsive keys will impress gamers and professionals alike.
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Join our Kickstarter for a keyboard you can use everywhere. It’s the keyboard that Apple should be making — but better.

Key Features:

  • Compact, low profile form factor (35.5 x 13 x 1.5 cm, 0.5 kg)
  • Hard-sided carrying case
  • Kaihua “Choc” low profile mechanical switches (Brown, Red, White)
  • RGB lighting with multiple backlight modes
  • CNC machined aircraft grade aluminum case
  • Wireless: 4 device Bluetooth memory, 6KRO
  • Wired: USB Type-C, NKRO
  • 1,000 mAh rechargeable battery (uses USB-C port to charge)
  • 3 month estimated battery life with lights off (4 - 20 hours with RGB lighting — varies with brightness levels and use case)
  • The Hexgears X-1 is inspired by the world’s first supersonic aircraft — the Bell X-1. The keyboard’s wing-like profile, high-performance mobility, pairing systems, and backpack-based launch capabilities parallel its legendary aircraft namesake.
    On October 14, 1947, a modified B-29 bomber carried the Bell X-1 to an altitude of 20,000 feet. The experimental aircraft, sporting a body based on .50 caliber bullets, was carefully dropped from its mount in an extensively modified bomb bay. Chuck Yeager, a remarkable daredevil test pilot, controlled the X-1 as it ascended to an altitude of 43,000 feet and broke the sound barrier. He achieved a bone-shaking top speed of Mach 1.06, then returned to base for a safe landing.
The X-1 mechanical keyboard is engineered with German precision and powered by American innovation. Hexgears and Kono Store are proud to showcase its multi-device wireless connectivity, high output RGB backlighting, and beautifully machined aluminum case. The X-1’s portable form factor and responsive keys will impress gamers and professionals alike.
<figure><figcaption>... And On The Go</figcaption></figure>
Join our Kickstarter for a keyboard you can use everywhere. It’s the keyboard that Apple should be making — but better.

Key Features:

  • Compact, low profile form factor (35.5 x 13 x 1.5 cm, 0.5 kg)
  • Hard-sided carrying case
  • Kaihua “Choc” low profile mechanical switches (Brown, Red, White)
  • RGB lighting with multiple backlight modes
  • CNC machined aircraft grade aluminum case
  • Wireless: 4 device Bluetooth memory, 6KRO
  • Wired: USB Type-C, NKRO
  • 1,000 mAh rechargeable battery (uses USB-C port to charge)
  • 3 month estimated battery life with lights off (4 - 20 hours with RGB lighting — varies with brightness levels and use case)
  • The Hexgears X-1 is inspired by the world’s first supersonic aircraft — the Bell X-1. The keyboard’s wing-like profile, high-performance mobility, pairing systems, and backpack-based launch capabilities parallel its legendary aircraft namesake.
    On October 14, 1947, a modified B-29 bomber carried the Bell X-1 to an altitude of 20,000 feet. The experimental aircraft, sporting a body based on .50 caliber bullets, was carefully dropped from its mount in an extensively modified bomb bay. Chuck Yeager, a remarkable daredevil test pilot, controlled the X-1 as it ascended to an altitude of 43,000 feet and broke the sound barrier. He achieved a bone-shaking top speed of Mach 1.06, then returned to base for a safe landing.

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