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The newest of the new. #
Who gave you the right to talk about this keyboard?
A few things, Actually.
- I suffer from hardcore RSI, making me sensitive to keyboards and hand movement.
- Choc keyboards should help with this.
- I have been using the Moonlander for 4 years as my daily driver.
- Games, Programming, you name it.
- Because My RSI is mostly based on my wrist moving too far from neutral, the less keys the better.
- Home row mods are needed for this.
- My hands are smol.
The Number of Keys. #
I found that when using my moonlander, I did not use the inside edge at all. I did use the top, outer, and bottom edge, the voyager has the top, and outside edge. Seems reasonable.
I do wish I have some more keys by my thumb, but I am not sure the increase size is worth the extra buttons
The Choc Experience #
I normally use MX Browns for my recent keyboards, but on chocs, browns almost feel like linear, Recommend going clicky if this might bug you.
Form factor #
Even with aggressive tilting mods using the tripod mount. This keyboard achieves the same thing in a smaller, thinner, package.
High quality, low supply, niche market. The price is high, but it is not unreasonable for the target audience.
Final word. #
I enjoy it, and its solid