Mün is a new split keyboard designed from the layout contest held in late 2019. Zappycobra submitted the most popular layout, which has been developed into a full-featured keyboard kit.
- Set of PCBs, with presoldered controller, components, and LEDs
- Front touchbar PCBs
- Pair of plates, your choice of material
- Mounting hardware and feet
- 3D-printed rubber plate dampers
- CNC'd anodized aluminum frame
Mün is powered by STM32 with full QMK and VIA congifurator support. Each key has super-bright RGB backlighting and MX Kailh hotswap sockets. No soldering is required to get a fully functioning keyboard. There are an additional 14 rear-facing RGB LEDs on each side. Each half can be configured to run as master or slave with the two USB-C ports. The bottom allows for 4 different tenting orientations using standard cone feet.
The high-profile aluminum case uses 3d-printed rubber mounts for the plate. The rubber damping reduces pinging noise and lowers the sound profile. If desired, rigid standoffs may be swapped in for a different typing feel. On the front of the case is a touch-receptive sensor bar. This bar can be used for any programmable input in QMK, like volume control or scrolling.
Plates offered will be powder-coat aluminum, carbon fiber, and brushed brass. All plates can be used with the "gasket-mount" system. PCB-mount stabs should be used for the 2u thumb key positions.