2019 NiZ Enhanced IP68 Waterproof Electrostatic Capacitive Keyboard White Mixed Grey (Named "Bach"), Programmable Multi-media PBT Double-shot Keycaps

  • $159.00


This is the first IP68 waterproof Electrostatic Capacitive Keyboard of the world.
After you place the order, we'll ship your NiZ within 2days. Normally you will get the NiZ in 7~10 days according to you region.

Product Highlights:
[HIGHT-SPEED CLICKING FEEDBACK, LOW DAMPING] The main scanning time of clicking is up to 0.4-0.6 millisecond. Once scanned, data will be sent to the host in a flash (equal to USB refreshing rate). The damping of every single is ultra low because of the unique self-lubricated structure, which will makes the typing extremely soft and comfortable. Besides, with patent of non-soldering hot-plugging static switch, no need to worry about the problem of elastic attenuation of your keyboard.
[IMPORTED THICKER PBT KEYCAP with DOUBLE-SHOT TECHNOLOGY] PBT meterial can provide much durable using time than normal ABS metetial. Double-shot charaters have sharp and great wear resistance.
[ALL NEW ELECTROSTATIC CAPACITIVE SWITCH KEYS] Different from mechanical keyboard and membrane keyboard, NiZ is an electrostatic capacitive keyboard whose triggering is from the change of capacitance value made by the conic spring. Therefore, theoretically it doesn’t have life limitation, it’s extremely durable. With the cold light laser character on every single key, its using life will far beyond your expectation.
[35g PRESSURE - SOFT LIKE THE COTTON] The pressure grams of NiZ Chopin keyboard is 35g which means the lightest pressure in the world. Under this pressure, any long time working or gaming will not cause organic damage to the joints, which concentrates much more on the user’s joint health.
[FULL ANTI-GHOSTING, ENTIRELY PROGRAMMABLE] NiZ is a electrostatic capacitive keyboard with full anti-ghosting design. Just pressing keys as many as you can to do a test. You can customize all keys' function with the software provided ( windows OS ), trigger distance and sensitivity can also be debugged.