The Epomaker NT68 has some handy features, like Bluetooth connectivity, an impressive battery life and mechanical switches in a compact form factor. It can be used across numerous devices but it needs better keycaps and software.
Epomaker has a knack for crowdfunding keyboards with unique design elements and actually bringing them to market. You can find some of its best budget mechanical keyboards all over sites like Amazon, providing some credibility for when it launches a new crowdfunding project.
The Epomaker NT68 Kickstarter launched today with plans to ship in October. It looks to fund a 65% keyboard that’s hot-swappable, so you can easily change your mechanical switches, and connects via Bluetooth. The keyboard mimics Apple’s design language while providing the features expected of a good, enthusiast-level mechanical keyboard. With an origami stand, it’s easy to add mechanical typing to your tablet or phone, and Epomaker even says that the NT68 can sit atop your laptop’s existing keyboard for an instant upgrade — a particular boon for Mac users.