In case you are trying to find a completely unique Bluetooth keyboard to use along with your smartphone, tablet, laptop or games console you will be interested by the Rymek vintage Bluetooth wireless mechanical keyboard that has been created by way of the crew at KnewKey. This retro styled Bluetooth keyboard, which also can be linked using a USB cable and capabilities dynamic backlit keys and supports any operating system say it’s creators.
Rymek Retro Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard Design
The Rymek is a superbly designed wired-free mechanical keyboard that measures 360 x 190 x 70mm and weighs 1300g. As you can see in the images below, this new keyboard looks as if a retro typewriter that suggests off many classic design information like easy edges, included metallic stent, scroll knob and greater. Meanwhile, two non-compulsory colour schemes allow the nostalgic introduction to fulfill more private patterns.
Rymek Retro Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard Features
The vintage mechanical keyboard comes prepared with Gateron blue switches or Cherry MX blue switches for a at ease, clicky and responsive typing experience, but the clicky sound of Gateron blue switches are extra louder and brighter than MXs. Moreover, its dynamic backlit layout offers five brightness stages, 7 light consequences and four dynamic velocity for an attention grabbing typing revel in.
Furthermore, integrated Bluetooth tech permits it to wirelessly connect to your phone, tablet or Bluetooth-enabled PC, and it helps USB mode with the intention to connect to any computer with a USB cable. In addition, Bluetooth mode allows it to pair with three devices, and you may easily switch between them with shortcuts. An included scroll knob serves as a volume controller or on/off switch. Its 2000mAh rechargeable battery gives 50 hours of usage on a single charge.
Rymek Retro Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard Price
The team behind Rymek is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $99 to preorder the retro mechanical keyboard. It will be shipped in August 2018.