Wooting one Analog RGB TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Pressure Sensitive, Clicky Blue optical switch, 1ms input, RGB backlighting, Aluminum Chassis, N-key rollover, UK layout) - Black
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- [ Analog Mechanical keyboard ] Every key measures how far down you press for analog input. Control your in-game characters just like a joystick or keep using it as a digital typing keyboard and change your actuation point anywhere between the 1.5~3.6mm
- [ 1ms input latency ] Rated at 1ms input latency, from key-input to PC input. Wooting's firmware is optimized for the fastest input speed with a <1ms scan-matrix, efficient processing and zero debounce.
- [ Per-Key programmable RGB LED ] All the key legends are perfectly illuminated with minimal bleeding around the keys. Easily configure every key RGB color, run over 10 unique RGB effects, and share your unique profiles with friends.
- [ Optical Flaretech Prism Switches ] Hot-swappable with other Flaretech switches, zero key-chatter, 0.03ms debounce and the smoothest feeling switches you'll ever experience.
- [ The Wootility ] 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.
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Size Name: QWERTY UK ISO | Colour Name: Clicky55 "Blue" Switch
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The Wooting one brings meaning to the "gaming" of gaming keyboard with analog control and the fastest input speed for competitive play. The Tenkeyless and minimal-design was made with gamers in mind.
Every key measures how far down you press for analog input.
Control your in-game characters just like a controller joystick.
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
4x Red flaretech switches
4x Blue flaretech switches
2-years manufacturer warranty.
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The analog functionality is tricky with every game. In Rocket League it's okay but it felt like it would be impossible to rebuild my muscle memory to not bottom out the keys every time, so I thought it would be useless.
In Overwatch you have to make sure you don't set any of your ability keys up as being a different key, because the game does a poor job of switching between keyboard/controller inputs quickly, and therefore sometimes the keybind you set up in Wootility (say, that pressing G will actually press V) won't work. You can simply not do this, but even then, when is there ever a situation in Overwatch when you want to go less than maximum speed? Only one reason is for meme spinning, etc.
In Rainbow 6 Siege, it doesn't work at all due to the way the game's input system is built, apparently. Even so, you have a walk button in the game which would probably be more reliable than trying to carefully press a key just hard enough to pass the dead-zone(which there is one, and it feels huge) but not hard enough to go too deep(or in fact, reach the second deadzone area, which there is one, and it feels huge)(it is probably in fact not huge, it just feels like it).
Overall I think it's a good concept and it will be worthwhile if you can get the price down and more games to support it. Buy this now if you play car games or stealth games and don't like using a controller. Don't buy it for multiplayer games as you will pretty much never need less-than-maximum input other than to show off how cool your keyboard is. Also out of luck if you're a fan of sturdy and clicky keyboards, no clicks here.
But overall a good keyboard that I highly recommend
The keyboard has a high quality premium feel, which you would expect for the money. It's very sturdy and feels like it could take a hammering, and the switches are individually replaceable so if one fails or an LED fails it's easily replaced (hasn't happened yet).
The red switches feel very light and responsive when set to the minimum actuation distance, which is perfect for gaming. When you want to type change the actuation distance to the maximum and you have a very satisfying typing experience.
The analogue feature is a little tricky to get used to as the travel distance isn't very wide so you have to be very precise with small movements. I wouldn't take it over a true joystick or steering wheel, but for games with multiple modes such as GTA or Battlefield it's very useful.
The software features (wootility) are great and have a lot of customisation. They are adding more feature all the time. There are some missing features which I hope will be added to future updates such as LED effects and auto dimming when the screen is off.
Overall I highly recommend this keyboard.
Build quality is very good and the analog input is novel, the ability to change actuation point is nice.
The driver software is very easy to use also, with settings stored on the keyboard.
There are no bogus claims, the keyboard does what it claims to do, albeit with a little tinkering with the control settings in-game.
All considered I'm a satisfied customer.