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WOOTING ONE Linear55 Red Analog RGB TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: Pressure Sensitive, Adjustable Actuation Point, RGB Backlight, On-Board Memory, No Tactile and Audible Feedback.
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- Pressure Sensitive Control: Take control over your in-game character just like a controller joystick. Gradually increase your walking pace; deliver precise throttle and brake control. Perfect keyboard for FPS and racing games. (adjustable actuation point: 1.5-3.6mm)
- Double keystroke: create two actuation points on a single keystroke to make life easier for those pesky moments. Ideal for MOBA.
- Hot-swappable: you won't need a new keyboard for a different switch type or sweat over a broken switch. Easily remove and replace these robust switches like Lego.
- Individual RGB Backlight: be flashy and create a keyboard Picasso, or be practical and add game-specific color profiles. It's all possible with the key-by-key programmable RGB lights.
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Adjust your actuation point anywhere between 1.5 to 3.6mm.
Assign multiple actions on a single keystroke with DKS.
Activate unique RGB effects depending on your press-depth.
Rated at <1 ms input latency
No more excuses, you have the competitive advantage, it’s this or git gud. Wooting’s firmware is optimized for the fastest input speed with a <1ms scan-matrix, efficient processing and zero debounce.
Flaretech Optical Switches
Hot-swappable with other Flaretech switches, zero key-chatter, 0.03ms debounce and the smoothest feeling switches you’ll ever experience.
Per-key RGB Backlighting
All the key legends are perfectly illuminated with minimal bleeding around the keys. Easily configure every key RGB colour, run over 10 unique RGB effects.
Lasting Build Quality
No squeaky plastic, cheap alloys and budget feel. The Wooting one is made from the purest ABS plastics, aircraft-grade aluminum (5000 series) and solid build. Coupled with swappable switches and detachable cable your Wooting one will last a life-time.
Wootility configuration software
Easy-to-use configuration software made for humans and compatible with Mac OSX, Linux and Windows. It doesn’t need to run on the background, everything is saved on the keyboard on board memory.
Wooting one keyboard
Braided Micro-USB cable
1x Keycap/switch puller
5x top plate screws
2x Red flaretech switches
2x Blue flaretech switches
2-years manufacturer warranty.
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Other than the software, the keyboard seems pretty great. The analog feature is a bit hard to really use with the limited travel of a keyboard key (not Wooting's fault), but it's definitely there and working, and fun to mess with. The design and build quality are really nice. I bought replacement keycaps but, after swapping out half the keyboard, decided that the originals were actually better. I've seen others complain of keyboard ping (a high-pitched noise while typing), but I can say that I definitely couldn't hear anything like that on my unit. My only complaint other than the software is that the spacebar is loud.
After a week of heavy use, I've found that the keyboard is very easy on my hands, and due the to silky smooth switches, I'm actually typing faster and whacking the keys a bit less hard--often not "bottoming out", but quietly just pressing up to the point where the switch commits.
I am a touch typist with large hands, and I find the compact layout doesn't compromise anything. It's easy to hit the keys, and the layout feels right.
Because I'm a bit retro myself (computer user since the mid 1970s), I wanted to go for a retro look and feel, so I replaced the stock keycaps with "ONECAP Control Code ASCII Retro Beige 139 Keys SA PBT Keycap Sublimation Keycap Cherry MX Switch keycaps for Wired USB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard", which I also found on Amazon. These are the keycaps shown in my picture. These are not the original keys.
It's a pleasure to work on this rig!
The Wooting One keyboard is labeled as the first ever analog gaming keyboard, which basically means that the switches can detect different amounts of pressure on the keys and relay that information to video games that are compatible with analog input. This is a huge help to games such as racing and shooting games. The “analog” label is what makes the Wooting One standout. It is its main feature along with some other useful features.
The design is a standard tenkeyless keyboard without a number pad. I had no gripes or problems with the design, although a number pad would have been a nice addition. The RGB backlighting and key lighting are vibrant and colorful, standard on most gaming keyboards today. It’s a nice and compact design that I could see people taking along with them when traveling. However the keyboard is on the heavier side of the spectrum in terms of weight. On
the bottom, the stands are a nice addition that allows you to prop the keyboard up. Also, on the bottom are slots that allow you to manage the USB cable that connects to the computer. A minor thing but still a nice thing that is included. The wire itself is braided and long enough that most people will not complain about a short cable. One last thing is that the included key and switch remover is a very nice addition, which makes it very easy to customize the keyboard however way you like. Overall the build quality seems very premium and the design is standard, but elegant.
At first it took a little bit of time to get adjusted to the placement of the keys, but that's expected as I was switching from a non-mechanical keyboard to the Wooting One. What was good was that it only took about 2 days for me to get used to the Wooting One. Overall the key placement is in the standard position so it is a very comfortable experience when typing.
The Wooting One uses the Wootility application to program the RGB lighting and setup the analog keyboard. The Wootility application is simple to use and there are instructions online on how to set up the Wooting One, which was very helpful and easy to follow. It’s super simple to adjust the RGB lighting however you want. Also. the presets included are very nice and appreciated. Overall the software is simple to use and it gets the job done.
Performance and Features:
The Wooting One’s main feature is its ability to be analog. I tested this feature out by driving around and GTA V and I could clearly see the difference between non-analog and analog. While on analog mode, it was much easier and smoother to control the car I was driving. Another feature that I personally liked was the DKS feature because it fits perfectly in MOBA games such as League of Legends, a game that I personally play. Overall I could see why people would use the Wooting One. If people spend time adjusting it to specific games, it could give a huge competitive advantage. One side note is that not all games work with the Wooting One’s analog abilities.
The Wooting One is an unique keyboard that adds additional features on top of being a mechanical keyboard. Although it’s standard design doesn’t stand out, I have no complains about it because it gets the job done. The one thing that I really wished to included was a number pad, but even that isn’t much of a complaint. I believe that the Wooting One is an extremely excellent keyboard for typing and gaming, especially for those that are into competitive gaming. This is a keyboard worth learning how to use and stick with for a very long time.
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- Absolut erstklassiges Schreibgefühl. Es erinnert an die alten, ausgestorbenen hochpreisigen IBM-Tastaturen.
- Die gesamte Software ist OpenSource (Github: WootingKb)
- Ausgezeichneter OS-Support. Ich nutze die Tastatur unter Linux, und die "Wootility" funktioniert einbandfrei.
- Sehr schnelle DHL Lieferung.
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But most of all be careful before buying : Red Switch is for quiet keys and Blue Switch are for clicking sound keys. Product description wasn't all that clear in explaining that in detail and so I got one that might annoy my neighbors (blue) and makes analog not feel as smooth to use. Also comes with 2 extra blue switch keys and 2 red switch keys.
The clicking feels fun if you're into that. The keys light up and fade as you type like a cascade of rainbows. Cute. Has what seems to be a metalic surface for the base. I mostly game or do artwork which doesn't quite click with me (sorry) but I can't fault the product for doing well what it does. Would give 4 stars if I could figure out why the analog mode isn't working as well for me as it seems for others.
Gaming, programming and writing on this keyboard is nice. I'm still not a fan of the clickity clackity of these types of keyboards but my need to reprogram key positions overrides my dislike of loud keyboards.