Preonic mechanical keyboard, StackOverflow macropad, and a Badger2040 used as a digital lanyard.

I brought my Preonic and StackOverflow The Key macropad to the meetup, as well a Badger2040 I configured as a digital lanyard.

Here’s a couple of other interesting keyboards that I managed to take pictures of.

Blue Dactyl Manuform custom mechanical keyboard
Handwired Dactyl Manuform
Polycarbonate southpaw Alice custom mechanical keyboard with blue, gray, and pink GMK Cobalt keycaps.
Custom southpaw Alice with GMK Cobalt keycaps and WS Heavy tactile switches
White Glove 80 custom mechanical keyboard with white stock keycaps
Glove 80 with Choc brown switches
Blue GHS.JEM custom mechanical keyboard with blue GMK striker keycaps
GHS.JEM with GMK striker keycaps and Creamsicles switches
From L to R (top to bottom): Pink JTD Works Ovinnik, Pink S60 Proto, Pink Finderworks Tengu, and pink F1 Pink Cerakote custom mechanical keyboards.
From L to R (top to bottom): JTD Works Ovinnik, S60 Proto, Finderworks Tengu, F1 Pink Cerakote
A table with a Sega Dreamcast gaming console running the 'Typing of the Dead' game with a 60% and 65% mechanical keyboards as controllers.
Sega Dreamcast running "Typing of the Dead" game with a 60% and 65% keyboard as controllers

A lot of boards on display were also using the Ice Kachang switches, which are really nice tactile switches. What’s cool is that they’re from a local keyboard enthusiast from Perth, go and check out Keebz and Cables.

Until the next meetup.