Computers and laptops have become an integral part of our lives. Computers and laptops have their own integral peripheral devices like mouse and keyboard. Like computers, these components have undergone changes over time as well. Most important change is turning them wireless.
Removing the wires have increased the ease of use and made it less messy. Wireless keyboards especially come handy when working while traveling. You can it with yourself everywhere and it increases productivity. There are many wireless keyboards out there with different features. One of these is Woo-dy.
Woo-dy is a wireless and mechanical keyboard. It has 67 ergonomic metal keys. All the keys are Gateron switches which is one of the most reputed names in keyboard market. It uses Gateron’s first keycap. The keycap is spherical accompanied by a highly sculpted OEM profile. The keycaps are never-fade ABS double-shot keycaps. The spherical shape avoids any accidental click on some other button.
It has an N-key rollover, which lets you register as many keys as you need at once. It has a lifetime of 50 million clicks which will likely last forever. The keyboard is back lit for low light working. It has 16.8 million available colors of RGB LED back-lighting. The colors can be changed and you can choose effects like strobe, pulse or static.
Woo-dy is hot swappable and comes with three Gateron switch options ; Blue switches, Red Switches and Brown switches. Blue switch has an audible click. Brown one has a quite tactile and red switch is for a gentle keystroke.
Woo-dy’s has wooden base that gives it a natural look and feel. It is available in two different versions ; walnut and cherry.
Woo-dy is fully customizable in both hardware and software. The keyboard layout customizable according to Windows or Mac. You can choose from preset light effects on the keyboard or customize unique light effects of your own. There is options to program to custom macro expansions. Macro expansion includes programming one key to serve the function of a key combination. Key mappings and shortcuts are also customizable as well. You won’t have to set the settings over and over again. Woo-dy has its own memory chip that saves the settings/keyboard profile in the keyboard.
For connectivity, Woo-dy uses Bluetooth or USB Type-C. Any device that supports USB Type C can be connected to Woo-dy be it smartphone, PC or tablet via Bluetooth. It can connect to a maximum of 3 devices at same time. Woo-dy is perfectly compatible with all operating systems (OS) including Mac/iOS, Linux, Windows and Android.
While Woo-dy has 67 keys it still manages to stay compact. Its dimensions are 341 x 103.8 x 36.5 mm. It is also lightweight. Despite its Aluminum alloy body, it weighs just 500 grams.
Woo-dy is a stylish and effective wireless mechanical keyboard with a lot of customization options. The keys are comfortable and ease to use. Still, it manages to be small, lightweight and easy to travel with. All of it makes Woo-dy a great option to consider.
Source – Kickstarter