Cherry MX Switch Comparison - KeyMouse

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Connecting KeyMouse Devices to the Computer by Bluetooth

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How to Remove and Replace Key Caps on KeyMouse Devices

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One Handed Typing with KeyMouse Alpha

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KeyMouse Comet - New Upcoming Product

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Chair Mounting Brackets for Ergodox EZ by KeyMouse

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60 Key Programmable KeyPad from KeyMouse (USB & Wireless) - Feb 8, 2019

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New Mounting Bracket for KeyMouse Track on Chairs

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KeyMouse 3D Print Farm

Here's a video showing our 3D print farm for building KeyMouse devices.
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KeyMouse Track is Now Available

KeyMouse Track is now available on our website :) This is a super comfortable mechanical keyboard/trackball combined. Works with both USB and Bluetooth. All keys & buttons are fully programmable. Chair mounting options are available.
 






Now you have 2 options to choose from on our website - KeyMouse Alpha is our "mouse" version (with fewer keys for lighter device and easier mouse movement) and KeyMouse Track is our "trackball" version (which has a more complete keyboard, and mouse motion is done with the trackball). 

Trackball motion is fully reprogrammable now. For example, when you switch to the Blue layer the trackball operates as a scroll wheel. When in the Yellow layer, the trackball operates as a volume control. You can fully customize the mouse motion however you want (mouse motion = arrow keys, scrolling, volume, page up/page down, etc.). We've also done many updates to the software.

Thanks,
The KeyMouse Team
www.keymouse.com
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KeyMouse Alpha 104 with 4 Hand Sizes

We now offer KeyMouse Alpha in Small, Medium (Default), Large, and X-Large hand sizes.  Please check our new Hand Size PDF to see what size fits you best.  The 4 size options is the only physical change in KeyMouse Alpha 104.  Essentially the difference in each is the height & position of the wrist rest.  The wrist rest is lower and further back for large hands, and higher and closer to the keys for small hands.



We have also posted a new version of our KeyMouse Software 1.40.  You can see the features & bug fixes added here.
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KeyMouse Alpha 103 is Now Available :)

KeyMouse is pleased to announce our latest version of KeyMouse Alpha.

What's New:
1. We've developed a custom soft touch rubber coating for the housing that has good grip, long lasting, and looks great.  It's an automotive grade paint/rubber that adds a touch of class to the 3D printed KeyMouse housings (top housing is rubbery, bottom housing is not).
2. New small button module for mouse clicks & mouse freeze - longer life cycle and less force required to activate.
3. We now have FCC, CE, and IC certification.
4. Improved quality USB Cables.
5. Option for Small/Medium/Large hand size.
6. Various bug fixes in firmware and software have been released over the past few months.

Note: although the product is very functional, we still label the product as "Beta" in our shopping cart.  We are still working on more documentation, tutorial videos, etc.  We've been using our KeyMouse devices for almost a year now internally with good success.

Here are some photos of our latest KeyMouse Alpha (actual photos):






















 
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Check your Hand Size on KeyMouse

We're working on ways to get customers familiar with KeyMouse device size.  Here is a PDF file that you can download and print, which will give you a feel for how your hand would fit on it (if you are printing with Adobe Acrobat, be sure to set "Page Scaling" to "None" on the print dialog).  We modified the colors in the image so that it doesn't use up all your ink/toner.  We currently have "medium" size KeyMouse available to customers, but will soon allow you to also choose "small" or "large" when you checkout (hopefully within a week or so).  Further down the road, we hope to have even more sizes (maybe 10 or 20) to make sure it fits exactly to your hand.  We are also considering a sizing kit with various sizes that we can ship to you to see which one fits best before we build your KeyMouse.  We know that comfort is very important so we will continue to improve this area as we move forward.

Download KeyMouse Alpha Size PDF



 
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Paul
Thank you so much for this.
Wednesday, 09 August 2017 21:22
Paul
Sounds cool!
Wednesday, 09 August 2017 21:46
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KeyMouse Alpha is Now Available

KeyMouse Alpha is now available for purchase as a 3D printed product at www.keymouse.com/purchase
We still have the "Beta" label on it since we are still polishing our offering (finishing documentation, demo videos, etc.).  It's a very usable product as it is today.

We are planning to continue using 3D printing for manufacturing as we move forward.  This gives us the flexibility to continue to evolve and improve our products without the cost of expensive tooling for each change.  We'd rather invest in a 3D print farm.  We currently have 18 3D printers, and will add more as volume picks up.  We have plans to also expand into other versions of KeyMouse such as Trackball, Gaming Keypads, and application specific input devices (examples: SolidWorks, Video Editing, AutoCAD, QuickBooks, etc.).  Our new modular circuit board design will help us on this path.  The attached images are 3D printed and painted (which is what customers will receive when ordering).  We will continue working to make it better each day.  Thank you for all your support.







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Adam
Looks great! I see that the vertical profile has changed fairly substantially compared to the 2015 prototypes; can you comment on ... Read More
Sunday, 06 August 2017 06:42
Adam
Sorry about the formatting… What material are you using for the body?What is the typical thickness of the walls?Is it electrica... Read More
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Heber Allred
Hi Adam, 1. We're using ABS for the body. 2. 1.5mm thickness for the walls 3. I believe it's electrically possible, but we don't h... Read More
Sunday, 06 August 2017 18:49
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