⌨️ My first Mechanical Keyboard
Hi👋, Vyshnav here
It has arrived. My first mechanical keyboard - Keychron K2 V2. The variant I’m using has Brown switches & RGB backlight. It’s the same keyboard MKBHD is using.
It was hard to set it up with my Linux laptop. But some Google searches & little patience solved all the issues. It’s now working perfectly.
I have started to love typing & coding now. I will be writing a full review about it soon on my website.
The one thing I love about this keyboard is that it doesn't need any proprietary software to run. It works out of the box. But you have to use certain key combinations to edit the keyboard settings. And there are a bunch of them to memorize.
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✏️ - UI/UX Tip no. 3: When you combine labels and values into a single unit, it’s much easier to give each piece of data meaningful styling without sacrificing clarity.
❤️ - A talk by Tony Fadell, where he gives a rare insight into his mind and how he built world-conquering, iconic & technology-defining products.
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Have a great week! 🥳
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