APT Hall Effect Mechanical Keyboard
The Hall sensor, for which this innovative keyboard is named, was popular in keyboards of the 1970s and ‘80s thanks to its reliability. Frequently used in nuclear reactors, missile silos, and aircraft cockpits, the sensor steadily became less popular due to high cost of production. Lucky for you, we’re bringing it back with this keyboard from APT, available in five layouts with your choice of linear of clicky switches. This version has some key improvements, including an EVA foam piece at the bottom of the magnets to reduce noise when pressing down, another piece of foam between the housing and the slider to reduce noise when the switch comes back up, yet another piece of foam added to the end of the wire to reduce noise from pressing down on the plate, plus a longer slot for the spacebar to improve smoothness.
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