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No cable between the keyboard halves. No cable to your computer. No pesky cables at all. And you can wirelessly connect up to 5 devices simultaneously.
With a split keyboard you can keep your arms at shoulder width and avoid uncomfortably bending your wrists outwards (ulnar deviation). With the customizable firmware, you can design your keymap to minimize repetitive motions.
Open Source Firmware
Our keyboard runs the open source MIT-licensed ZMK firmware. Most prefer using the SliceMK online keymap configurator for customization. Power users can use the GitHub Actions workflow or setup a local build environment.
All SliceMK keyboards come with hot swap sockets. If you're not sure about what switches you want, you can experiment with different ones and swap them as you please! No soldering required.
Bring Your Own Switches/Keycaps
Our kit does not include switches or keycaps so you have complete freedom over what you get. There's a huge range of options from classical blue/red/brown switches to state-of-the-art enthusiast favorites. Please check the individual product pages for switch and keycap compatibility details.
Lots of flash, lots of RAM
The keyboard halves (and dongles) come with minimum 512KB of flash and 128KB of RAM. This is significantly more than most keyboard with ATmega32U4 or STM32 chips. Whether you want tons of layers or tons of custom functionality, there is plenty of space for it.
USB C Port
All SliceMK keyboards have a USB C port for firmware flashing and battery charging.
Whether you are a mechanical keyboard enthusiast, firmware hacker, passionate about ergonomics, looking to improve your workflow, or just seeking ideas for optimizing your keyboard layout, you'll find plenty of like-minded individuals on our Discord server.