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Based on 3 reviews
Cornell Jacobs

Board seems to be high quality, fits in my Tokyo60 as advertised. The key remapping is quite finicky, the defaults are clearly not designed for HHKB layout. The firmware is not available in the QMK repository or Via so don't try to flash it, but the seller provided a .hex file on on request to fix my screwup. Just follow the guide in the linked doc.

Sophie Heidenreich

so the support is close for sum reson so my key board is all off like my delete key is top right but one key closer to the middle idk and the bottem left is the same as the spaec bar need help asap

Michaela Hodkiewicz

Fast delivery and well packed.

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