WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER AFTER THE KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN
The WhiteFox is a compact programmable keyboard designed by Matteo Spinelli and Input Club. The case is made from milled aluminum, the keycaps are dye-sublimated PBT plastic with a Cherry profile, and a variety of high quality mechanical switches.
The Halo True mechanical switch is an original design by Jacob Alexander of Input Club. The switches are tactile with a smooth bump, have very low initial pre-load force, and have a high bottom-out requirement so you can avoid recoil to your fingertips from your keyboard. The Halo Clear accomplishes these same goals, but is a bit firmer to press and closer to the overall feel of a Cherry MX Clear switch. The Blue Kaihua switch is a delightful clicky switch with a consistent tactile bump, and is estimated to last longer (60 million key presses) than the others on the market.
In addition to the superior switches and keycaps, the WhiteFox is optimized for extremely rapid typing and signal delivery to your computer. The Keyboard Layout Language is a custom firmware developed to make every key a fully programmable macro that is received instantly and without software. N-Key (Infinite) Rollover is inherent to the design and the WhiteFox is also compatible with Windows, Linux, and Mac OS, without drivers.
The WhiteFox is a new class of keyboard, open source to the core, and able to easily surpass even the top performing gaming companies in speed, aesthetic, and feel. To download the files to make your own WhiteFox, please use our Github Account.
Here is a link to program your WhiteFox using our online configurator.
There are many ways to set up your computer to program the WhiteFox, if you have questions about a specific operating system, here is a link.