One of my favorite things about the keyboard community is that people haven’t been afraid to come up with their own designs and even often bring their designs to life. This has created innovation and over the years a few of these have grown into full businesses. A great example of this would be Wooting which back in 2015 came up with their design for an analog keyboard which they later did a Kickstarter on and later released. Wooting has always been especially interesting to me because there aren’t many companies in the industry that are as open with their timelines and issues. Part of this comes from their Kickstarter roots, but they have always continued to update even on the software side. I’ve been looking forward to their latest keyboard the Wooting 60HE because I love 60% keyboards and today's the day after many issues that we can check out the Wooting 60HE so let’s dig in and see what it’s all about. 

Product Name: Wooting 60HE

Review Sample Provided by: Wooting

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Keyboard Layout

60%

Dimensions

302mm x 116mm x 38mm

Weight

605g

Polling rate

1000Hz

Scan Matrix

1000Hz (< 1ms)

Onboard memory

8MB

Connection

Detachable USB-A to USB-C

Switch Type

Gateron x Lekker* Linear60  switch

Switch Specifications

Key start force: 40cN

Key end force: 60cN

Perk: Linear

Analog: Yes, full range

Lifespan: 100,000,000 presses

Debounce: Nope

Audible feedback: None

Tactile feedback: None

Total travel: 4.0mm

Actuation: 0.1 - 4.0mm

Reset: 0.1 - 4.0mm

Keycap stem: MX (cross)

Mount: Plate mounted

Keychatter: Never

Hot swappable: Yes, only Lekker switches

Manufacturer: Gateron

NKRO

Yes, All keys

Lighting

aRGB for each key

Warranty

4 Year warranty

 

 

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