Open Source Ergonomic Gaming Keyboard

Performance, Comfort & Health For Gamers

The first gaming keyboard designed to fulfill the needs of today's gamers.

The project's missions

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Increase Comfort and Performance

Our hands and fingers need to move less. We reach the keys faster and we stress less our hand muscles, tendons and joints.

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Reduce Repeptitive Strain Injuries Risk

The ergonomic design stops harmful wrist movements, reducing the risk of injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

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No Barriers, Higher Quality Products

The project is Open Source. The designs, electronic schematics and software will be freely available for everyone to modify and use.

Shortcut's Key features

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Hand Shape Design

Different size adjustable columns to adapt to your fingers length.

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Split Keyboard

Keeps your wrists straight and gives more space for the mouse

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Thumb Cluster

Five keys per thumb and no more wrist torsion when using the modifiers.

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Fully Configurable Layouts

Rebind any keys and create multiple layouts to adapt to your language preference and games you play.

Read Our Blog Last posts

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Shortcut Ergonomics: Introduction

This is the first of a series of posts where we’explain the decisions behind the Shortcut’s ergonomic design.

In the Shortcut design we have considered the ergonomy as one of the main product features. After reading this post you will know a little more about what what we’ve done and why.

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All closed beta testers V5s shipped!

During the last 10 days we’ve been focusing exclusively in two things, assembling Shortcut V5s and shipping them. Completely exhausted because of it I can proudly say that we’ve managed to finished them all. Well, to be honest, we’ve finished all but two, we are still waiting for those testers to send their hand image so we can customize them. Anyway, the insane workload it’s finally over.

Most of the prototypes are still in the air but few lucky testers have received them already.

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Shortcut's development team

Luis

Luis "Deilor" Sevilla

Founder and CEO
Former professional poker player and eSports coach.

Manel

Manel Senis

Product manager
Product manager passionate about design and manufacture processes.

Matt

Matthew Venn

CTO
Electronic Engineer that loves prototyping and music.