Keyboard Kit

A typical mechanical keyboard kit includes a PCB (printed circuit board) which serves as the electronic backbone of the keyboard, allowing for key input and connectivity. It may also include a keyboard plate and stabilizers, which help to ensure consistent key stability and prevent wobbling during typing.

The advantage of a mechanical keyboard kit is that it allows users to select their preferred switches, keycaps, and sometimes even a case separately.

Building a mechanical keyboard from a DIY kit offers a hands-on experience for enthusiasts and allows them to create a keyboard that aligns perfectly with their typing style, aesthetics, and preferences. It provides a sense of satisfaction and ownership over the final product, making it a popular choice among keyboard enthusiasts and those seeking a truly personalized keyboard experience.