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Corne Wireless Partially Assembled PCB

Regular price $35.00 USD
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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 138 reviews
Fantastic from build to becoming my daily driver.

Been using my new keyboard for about two weeks now and it's been a very positive experience.

Sajid Apon
No wires and no soldering

Using these partially assembled PCBs with the no-solders spring headers. Didn't have to touch a soldering iron. Absolutely the easiest way to build a wireless Corne.

Keala Ahuna

Corne Wireless Partially Assembled PCB

Smooth ordering experience!

Great ordering and shipping experience, shipment was well-tracked and arrived in a timely manner. Build guides were also very helpful!
Definitely get a niceview, I built mine initially when they were out of stock. I was triggering different bluetooth profiles by mistake and thought there was a connectivity issue. I got a niceview afterwards and it was smooth sailing after that.

Igor S.

It’s my BEST keyboard during my 40+ carrier. I already got two sets and ‘m thinking to get one more set for the reserve. So, this is my humble subjective opinion.
Please, keep in mind a time for a learning curve.
I’m using 5-columns (“short”) variant.