Infinity ErgoDox Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard PCB
The Infinity ErgoDox PCB — an Input Club design — provides an amazing base for custom cases and projects. Its keys are laid out in columns instead of rows for a natural typing experience. The keyboard is split to help with shoulder comfort. Finally, fully mechanical switches discourage bottom out. In short, the Infinity Ergodox is a better way to type.
Cables are available on a separate page.
Note: This is a group buy — Kono Store is surprised and pleased to bring back the Infinity ErgoDox on an earlier-than-expected timeline. It will close on February 28, 2019. Please take a look at our Weekly Updates page for delivery estimates.
The Infinity uses the most advanced ErgoDox PCB to date — it’s ready for complex input tasks of all kinds. This famous split keyboard features dual USB Type C connectors, full N-Key Rollover, programmable keys, and twin LCD screens for layer indication (you can have a remarkable number of custom layers). Both sides can also operate as independent keyboards for gaming or single-handed tasks. Most importantly, the entire keyboard is open source — including its firmware.
open source power
Input Club’s hardware and software are fully open source. They’re available on Github for customization or improvement. This is critical — the ErgoDox is an open source project created by Dominic Beauchamp under a special license. It specifically requires ErgoDox forks (designs) to be open source.
- PCB only
- USB 3.0 Type-A to Type-C Connectors
- Low-latency NKRO, 1000 Hz PC polling rate, 4,500,000 Hz intra-keyboard polling rate
- PCB, plate, Cherry-style, and Alps-style switch support
- Designed by Input Club
- Approved by the original ErgoDox designer, Dominic Beauchamp (Dox), as a solid improvement to its parent open source project