Georgi Keyboard for Steno
Georgi Keyboard is a Do It Yourself keyboard designed to be used as Stenotype. Created by Jeremy Bernhardt, around 2019. [see Stenotype Machine]
Normal mechanical key switch has a activation force about 50g. The Georgi keyboard uses a switch that has a activation force only 12g. So, it is super light.
You can also use Georgi as a normal keyboard, but due to the few keys, you need to use lots chord.
Georgi a economic, low profile rework of Gergo made for Steno. Fully assembled and ready to go!
Comes with 10g ultralight springs installed, Kailh Choc Linears and black keycaps on a blue PCB. Just plug and steno! The Left half can be used without the right if you want a pocketable macropad!
Georgi uses QMK to power itself and comes preloaded with a firmware supporting TX-Bolt and GeminiPR. This makes modifying your layout extremely easy!
In addition, Georgi acts as a full regular QWERTY board!
The board is similar in thickness to the Gergo with black caps, the keys are also tighter. You can view the documentation over at: http://docs.gboards.ca/Unboxing-Georgi
Note: this does not include a TRRS cable or MiniUSB! Either pick one up locally or add it to your cart from the store! If a case is added to your order it will be installed ☺
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