A new interesting project has appeared on Kickstarter: Fineday 3.0 keyboard from South Korean designers. This is an aluminum wireless mechanic, designed to look like a classic typewriter.
Blue Cherry MX clickable switches are used here, which adds an entourage when printing. The keys are made manually, when ordering, you can choose between a layout for Windows or macOS. There is a back light, the brightness is adjusted by a knob on the left side of the case, while the right one controls the volume. There is also a lever — it allows you to go to the next line if the "Enter" key does not seem authentic enough.
The keyboard connects to a computer, smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth 5.0, and a wired USB connection is also supported. There are Windows/macOS and Bluetooth/USB switches on the back of the case. The keyboard supports pairing with three devices at the same time with the ability to quickly switch via Fn.
Fineday 3.0 was estimated at $ 1,100 (≈89,200 rubles), but at the crowdfunding stage, the device can be pre-ordered on Kickstarter at a price of $655 (≈53,900 rubles). The dispatch of orders and the start of open sales is expected in August.