Thursday, April 29th 2021

Epomaker releases the Epomaker B21 on Indiegogo - A Compact 65% Retro Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

The Epomaker B21 is a retro 65% compact, yet innovative, wireless mechanical keyboard with knob switch controls. With dual connectivity modes (wireless or wired) and both Windows and Mac layouts, the B21 is the ultimate match for any device setup. It easily pairs with up to three devices at once to maximize productivity. The Epomaker B21 is the perfect companion to elevate your work and gaming experience.

Inspired by the keyboard community, we designed the B21 to be as small as possible, while preserving all of the essential multimedia and function keys on Mac and Windows. This was made possible by designing unique combination keys that are intuitive and easy to use. The B21 also comes with control knobs and multimedia keys to offer the same functionalities as a tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard, but with a much smaller footprint. Designed for versatility, the B21 can connect both via Bluetooth for wireless connectivity or with the included USB Type-C cable. With Bluetooth 5.0, it can simultaneously connect with your phone, laptop, or tablet to provide the most efficient multitasking and speedy performance.
The B21 - it's not just a keyboard, it's the paramount productivity tool for your daily work and games! Unlike other keyboards, the B21 comes with three Bluetooth keys to make the connection process effortlessly. Simply press the Bluetooth 1, Bluetooth 2, or Bluetooth 3 keys to pair with your phone, laptop, or tablet. Then, switch between devices with ease for an enhanced multitasking and productive workflow. Engineered with cross-system flexibility, the B21 provides versatility through compatibility with macOS, Android, and Windows operating systems. You can easily switch between operating systems with just one press of the multimedia function key.

The Epomaker B21 is available now at Indiegogo. The super early bird price starts from $99, which is around 33% off the suggested retail price.
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10 Comments on Epomaker releases the Epomaker B21 on Indiegogo - A Compact 65% Retro Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
sadly no good for my gaming needs, it does look like how ever like to see a black on and full size. Sadfly no reprogramable keys either.
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#2
Valantar
Besides the lack of an F row being a turn-off, this just brings back the sadness that every damn keyboard out there is ANSI-only. And for the few that are available in ISO layouts, good luck getting a nordic (let alone Norwegian) keycap set that isn't bog-standard black plastic OEM profile boringness.
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#3
thevoiceofreason
It looks cute, but I'd prefer it without the knobs and multimedia keys.
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#5
Prime2515102
2001 called... Windows XP wants its keyboard back.
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#7
Ravenas
Looks like it was engineered 20 years ago. :D
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#8
Valantar
People seem to completely have forgotten what keyboards around the year 2000 used to look like. Here's a reminder.

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#9
Prime2515102
ValantarPeople seem to completely have forgotten what keyboards around the year 2000 used to look like. Here's a reminder.
I remembered what they looked like, but that doesn't mean this keyboard isn't a perfect match for XP's "Fisher-Price" interface (as it's been called).
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#10
texas64
VannyI'd rather use the Model M.
You can still get one, and a brand new one at that, from Unicomp.
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