Introducing the Zygomorph keyboard, the thinnest keyboard ever

The Zygomorph group buy starts Jan 11th and runs until Feb 11th, visit the product pages to see all the details.



  • 3.0mm below-switch thickness, with no open pads/thru-holes
  • Flush bottom screw-together design
  • Symmetrical design with configurable USB C ports
  • 18.9mm switch pitch for minimal size
  • Breakaway bottom row
  • Four possible layouts, split and connected
  • 10 rotary encoder positions (one circuit per half), top OLED breakout
  • Pre-soldered components and per-key RGB LEDs standard
  • Available with both white and black PCBs
  • Prices: $35 per half, $5 plate and $40 CNC acrylic case. Available in both 5x6 and 4x6.
  • GB starting in January!



  1.  Will it be wireless? No. Batteries add thickness, and reduce RGB. Also, wireless keyboards r dum.
  2. Do I need a ProMicro? No, all electronics are onboard.
  3. Do you have case files? All 3D files and board outlines will be on Github
  4. Does it support tenting? No, but files will be available to have tenting plates made.
  5. Zen had open contacts on the bottom, does Zygomorph? Zygomorph uses a new board layer design that maintains 3.0mm thickness without exposing the bottom electronics.
  6. When is Sol round 2? Sometime after Zygomorph ships.
  7. How is this different from Lets_Split, Nyquist, Planck, or Preonic? It's thinner, brighter, and cheaper.
  8. Why is it called Zygomorph? The board is symmetrical to its very core, like a zygomorphic flower. Also, Zlant stole my spot at the end of the QMK list so I had to take it back.