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Corne Wireless Partially Assembled PCB

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Originally designed by foostan, the Corne has become the most popular ergonomic split keyboard for DIY keyboard builders. Typeractive has brought a custom wireless version featuring partial assembly. Soldering is still required for the nice!nanos and nice!views.

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Shared features of the variants

  • Compatibility with nice!view displays
  • Power switch
  • Battery Jack
  • Kailh hotswap sockets
  • Pre-soldered diodes, hotswap sockets, battery jacks, power switches, reset buttons
  • Cross-hatched PCB design
  • Thoughtful and aesthetically pleasing trace routes

Differences between the MX and Choc variants

  • The MX variant only supports MX switches and the Choc variant only supports Choc V1 switches
  • While the MX variant maintains the dimensions of the Corne V3 PCB, the Choc PCB has totally different dimensions and utilizes Choc spacing (18x17mm). The Choc PCB is therefore more compact
  • The Choc variant has a breakoff column allowing for a 5-column build. The MX variant does not

nice!nanos and nice!views still require assembly by the user

Customer Reviews

Based on 85 reviews

Great kit, everything's perfect.

Steven Abadie

Great kit with thorough documentation!

Antonio José Masiá
Amazing product

I’m using this PCB in my main keyboard and is amazing. I recommend it!

Dave uRrr
Great Kitw

Customer Service was great when I had an issue with my order. I would buy again if I need another kit or parts. Love my Corne Keyboard. Putting it together was simple with all the parts from typeractive. I opted to 3d print my case and keycaps and used the FR bottom plate which is really sturdy. :)

Xu Deng
My short journey from macbook keyboard to Moonlander to corne

I used macbook keyboard for the last 10 years until one day I saw moonlander keyboard. I realized that keyboard can be different. I decided to give it a try. It went pretty well, but there is only a small problem. I am not comfortable moving my finger between the right side keyboard and the trackpad because the key position is pretty high. That's the reason why I switched to corne. The soldering was not hard as I thought, but the battery connector is painful to work with, as I bought it from a third party seller. Anyway, I assembled the corne keyboard and I have used it for over a month. Now I can say, it's working pretty well (most of the time) and there is almost nothing I want to change.