You can get an RGB Pok3r and a Logitech G502 for a lot less than the Yoda 2, and you probably should. TKB64-Y2SN. Technically speaking, the Tex Yoda II lets you ditch your mouse entirely. The lowest setting still didn’t give me refined-enough control over the cursor. By Seth Colaner . The current model of ThinkPad USB (or Bluetooth) keyboard doesn’t support it in Mac. Anyway, mechanical keyboard with trackpoint is very rare, actually there is no choice except TEX Yoda II. Click the small, blue “Download .TEX” button on the configurator page; this will download a file called KEYMAP.TEX. Thank you! By adding. for disassembly, the Yoda II is held together by a grand total of five–seven, if you count the two that hold the mouse keys assembly onto the chassis. There’s something like 14 levels of brightness available on the Yoda II, and in order to keep my retinas from burning out, I had to keep it at about one-third brightness. Tex’s solution obviates those problems because it’s web-based and therefore available on any system, and there are no updates to install, ever. For as charming as I find the entire concept behind the Yoda II–that is, loading up a compact keyboard with a TrackPoint and extra, dedicated mouse keys–I was concerned about the practicalities of it. Loves devices that click and clack. $281.00: Cherry MX Black. Super Contributor! Tex also included three different types of TrackPoint caps, because hey, why not. Once you have your configuration set, you download it as a file, set the keyboard as a storage drive on your PC or Mac, and drag-and-drop the file. Clicking by the center button was the most frustrated point in ThinkPad keyboard with Mac. The Tex Yoda II is undeniably charming, with that red TrackPoint and extra mouse keys on board, and Tex went for it again with the Kodachi. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Tex Kodachi도 예약구매 했습니다. m most other mechanical keyboards is the presence of the TrackPoint and the three dedicated mouse keys that are located below the spacebar. By Feed Monkey in forum Latest News Replies: 0 Last Post: 06-04-2017, 06:00 AM. All I wanted to do this time around was assign my Alt+Tab macro to a key. 8 months ago. The Yoda II does not have a standard layout. Posted On February 6, 2020 By Seth Colaner In Keyboard Reviews, Reviews. If nothing else, collectors with almost $300 to burn will want one of these for posterity. Share. Here’s how to do it: You can choose between ANSI, ISO, or DIY layouts. Everything went smoothly. You’ll get another pop up–a simple GUI of the keyboard and all keys and pre-programmed functions–and you click a key or function that you want to use. One of the great things about keyboards is that different people use them in different ways, but most hardcore keyboarders try to keep their hands on the plank as much as possible, and the mouse buttons give you a legitimate means of doing so. The backlight model should have another key caps, so it might has different key touch. Basically, Tex recreated IBM/Lenovo’s famous TrackPoint/clickpad setup and put it on a standalone mechanical keyboard. Almost. They’re programmable, too, so you can drop a macro onto them if you like. (Read 1997 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. It’s where I first laid eyes on the Tex Yoda II, a (more or less) 65% keyboard with one of those iconic. With the keycaps off, you get a better view of the black metal top plate, which is approximately 1.5mm thick. Tex: Yoda: 60%: The TEX Yoda is the only commercially available mini keyboard to feature an IBM-style trackpoint. You will have to pop off H and J to get to the one top-side screw, though. And I do mean BRIGHTLY lit. Let’s start with how ridiculously expensive it is, actually let’s not and just say that it is more expensive than most would pay for a really nice keyboard and mouse. The MCU is the Holtek HT32F1654, and the LED controller is a Texas Instruments TPS61195 (PDF). I don’t remember who told me I needed to swing by and see Justin Wu, founder of Tex Electronics, at Computex 2017, but I do recall that the message was that I really needed to see this guy and his contraptions. The low-profile caps might be better than default caps. Here, you can set up to 12 macros. It was like a tiny little keyboardy wonderland. The model I’m reviewing has Cherry MX Blues, but you can order up a model with Cherry MX Red, Brown, Blue, Black, Clear, Green, Silent Red, or Silver switches. Any programmable keyboard will let you assign mouse functions to keys, of course, but you have to use them as part of a more complicated keymap. Posted On June 29, 2017 By livingspeedbump In Keycap Reviews, Media, News, Photos, Reviews. That HTML5-based configuration software is terrific, too. Find the best prices for TEX Yoda II 60% Mechanical Keyboard - Compact 60% White LED Mechanical Keyboard with Trackpoint and Cherry MX switches. This is the perfect gift for the DIY enthuiast - whether it be you or a friend! (That particular Venn diagram can’t be that big…can it? mouse keys, Tex made them an extra feature without putting them in the way of your normal typing. Flip the correct DIP switch on and disconnect/reconnect the keyboard from your PC. The TrackPoint is also not clickable–which isn’t a huge deal because you have the mouse keys right there, but using the TrackPoint plus the mouse key does require one extra brain cycle than a clickable touchpad. (I had ANSI.) of screws were tightened down by robots or giants or gods and can barely be turned by a mortal human, I was able to get these screws out with a little bit of elbow grease and (almost) no swearing. The typing experience is somewhat noisy. It’s fairly similar to a Varmilo VA68M/Magicforce68 layout (pictured here, in the 65% section), but the Yoda II layout has a Fn key between the spacebar and Alt, which bumps Alt, Menu, and Ctrl to the right so they align with the other right-side keys. Footprint of TEX Yoda II is almost same as HHKB, but location of some keys is quite different. . The TrackPoint is also not clickable–which isn’t a huge deal because you have the mouse keys right there, but using the TrackPoint plus the mouse key does require one extra brain cycle than a clickable touchpad. I just had to pop them in and press down with a pointy tip on my soldering iron. We can create a layout configuration file at the following web site: At this site, we can customize all keyboard layout including combination with Fn key and also keyboard macros. The plate mount assembly fits into the aluminum case neatly, and the black plate and black keycaps create an optical illusion such that you barely notice that the top of the Yoda II isn’t just seamless aluminum. I found the arrow keys/WASD placement to be fairly ideal, all things considered. It was like a tiny little keyboardy wonderland. Tex Yoda II Review: Is that a TrackPoint? Posts: 4415; Country: Re: TEX YodaII, keyboard: opinions? We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. , although the backlit version appears to be out of stock at the moment. Then there’s the software updates. Everything is included in … And frankly, I only have so many brain cycles to spare…. Click and drag that file to the new “storage drive.”. . Second, configuration software that’s installed on a system limits your configuration capabilities to one system only, unless you install that same software on additional systems. It’s also worth noting that this is a totally plug-and-play keyboard. Technically, you can actually disassemble this thing without removing the keycaps, which is…pretty cool. Granted, because the Yoda II comes with the arrow keys available on the WASD cluster with Fn, you can adjust. The MCU is the. But those were mostly experiments and one-off fun side projects. That leaves the secondary legends relatively unlit, which isn’t ideal, but the tertiary legends (that is, everything on the Fn layer) are on the front of the keycaps instead of the top and are brightly lit. When the window pops up, click the green plus sign. The Tex Yoda II Mechanical Keyboard Is For TrackPoint Lovers. You can also see the assembly for the TrackPoint. You can find them for sale on MechanicalKeyboards.com. He showed me oddity after oddity, never once giving any indication that he could tell they were enchanting me. When you click Next Step again, you can pick a profile or layer in which to remap keys and/or assign any macros you created in the last step. They’re also removable, if you want to make the typing angle completely flat. The chassis is mostly a heavy but svelte brick of CNC’d aluminum. to select which one you’re configuring and then click Next Step to go to the Macro Settings page. I was also pleased to see full-size Backspace, Enter, and Shift keys on the right side of the keyboard. I found the arrow keys/WASD placement to be fairly ideal, all things considered. On the other hand, fans of compact layouts who would otherwise be intrigued by the Yoda II’s build and looks may be turned off by all the extras. Note that once generated file can’t be modified again at this site. Four of the screws are on the underside of the Yoda II, and one is hiding in the middle of the top of the keyboard. Posted On February 1, 2020 By Seth Colaner In Keyboard Reviews, Reviews. Submit Your Review. It’s intrusive, to say the least. In addition, the center button of trackpoint of TEX Yoda II doesn’t work as the click button, it just works for scrolling. Tex Yoda II Trackpoint Mechanical Keyboard Review - YouTube You've already flagged this Reply from CandyKeys - Mech. Tex gets extra bonus points for flipping the normal positioning of the LEDs; usually, they’re at the top of the switch housing, but Tex put them at the bottom. ps. One of the strongest features of the Yoda II is actually its configuration software. The only clunky part is having to fiddle with connecting/disconnecting/reconnecting the cable and navigating Explorer windows, but given the advantages of the web-based configurator, I think it’s a more than fair tradeoff. And so it came to pass that I found him in a booth at a far end of one of Computex’s enormous exhibition spaces. But once I touched the Yoda 2 and did some typing on it I fell in love, and you can’t put a price on true love. Just like the TrackPoint that dots its surface, the Tex Yoda II will have its adherents and its detractors–and that’s kind of by design. I also quite liked the ability to scroll by pressing the middle mouse key and scrolling up or down with the TrackPoint. Data nerd. but the Yoda II layout has a Fn key between the spacebar and Alt, which bumps Alt, Menu, and Ctrl to the right so they align with the other right-side keys. Simply click a button. TKB64-Y2AN. And since the custom-made Max Keyboard Debian key caps fit the (not so bad, but also ABS) stock key cap set (whose OEM profile I like more anyways), I've put that on again. Although I didn’t choose keyboard backlight it is choosable. The result is a pretty, compact layout that gives you lots of additional keys–as long as you don’t mind riding that Fn key hard. If nothing else, collectors with almost $300 to burn will want one of these for posterity. Then there’s the software updates. , and I missed them terribly in my time with this keyboard. The Tex Yoda II Mechanical Keyboard Is For Trackball Lovers ... HP Omen 30L Review:... Posted By Feed Monkey (0 replies) 2 Days Ago in Latest Articles. Lately, I’ve used MacBook, but I was a ThinkPad lover for a long time. ormal positioning of the LEDs; usually, they’re at the top of the switch housing, but Tex put them at the bottom. The Yoda II does not have a standard layout. If you’re a true fan of the TrackPoint, you actually, might be able to get away with using the Yoda II to replace both your keyboard and mouse. All new 7-row mechanical keyboard with Trackpoint /ThinkPad traditional layout : SK-8855 layout / Cherry MX1A switch / Retro keycap design / Made in Taiwan Justin Wu probably doesn’t care.). save. Although DIY kit was sold at Massdrop I purchased it at mechanicalkeyboard.com. The Tex Yoda II Mechanical Keyboard Is For TrackPoint Lovers. It took just a few minutes of conversation to get the sense that Wu is both smarter and more creative than I am. Tex Yoda II Sort By: Show: Tex Yoda II White LED 60% Mechanical Keyboard. TKB64-Y2PN. Certain keyboard manufacturers will push software updates that require you to install them and then restart your system. Because I leaned on the Fn key so much while typing on the Yoda II anyway, I found myself suddenly using them. Second, configuration software that’s installed on a system limits your configuration capabilities to one system only, unless you install that same software on. Despite GMK claims to use "highest quality" ABS, the spacebar had visible shining already after only 4 to 5 months of usage. Heavens to betsy, the updates! Has a standard layout, but 3rd party G, H, and B keys must be modified to fit around the trackpoint stick. He showed me oddity after oddity, never once giving any indication that he could tell they were enchanting me. 하지만 Tex Yoda II를 쓰다가 풀배열 키보드를 쓸경우 Tex Yoda II의 단축키와 빨콩(트랙포인트)가 아쉽게 느껴지는 묘한 매력의 키보드입니다. Mistel Barocco MD770 review: Split design in the mid-budget range. $281.00: Cherry MX Silver. I have the Atom66 that I installed 45g domes in, and noticed that some of the keys have stopped working reliably. Posted On 05/24/2018 By Seth Colaner In Keyboard Reviews, Reviews. Other than the ABS, then, the only downside of these highly customized keycaps in my opinion is that you’re stuck with them. Here’s how to do it: You can choose between ANSI, ISO, or DIY layouts. I chosen the red switch after serious consideration about the red switch and the brown switch. It seems same as ThinkPad’s caps, so it will able to be replaced easily. Indeed, TrackPoint apologists should fall all over themselves for this thing, because the implementation with the mouse keys is fantastic–except, in my opinion, for the too-high DPI of the TrackPoint itself. The only port is the USB Type-C connector on the back. Tex Yoda II Mechanical Keyboard Available Switches. I don’t remember who told me I needed to swing by and see Justin Wu, founder of Tex Electronics, at Computex 2017, but I do recall that the message was that I really needed to see this guy and his contraptions. Pass the buffalo chicken dip. Disconnect the keyboard from your PC, flip the DIP switch port 6 back off, flip DIP switch port 1 (or port 2, or port 3), and reconnect it. The two most obvious aspects of the Yoda II that separate it from most other mechanical keyboards is the presence of the TrackPoint and the three dedicated mouse keys that are located below the spacebar. $299.00: Cherry MX Brown. Maybe even a hint of purple. Let's finally assembly this unicorn #Tex #Yoda II w/ Trackpoint and try #Cherry MX Silent Red switches, too! The cable has one USB Type-C end (with an angled neck) and one USB Type-A end. The keycaps are ABS plastic, which shows lots of shine, but it seems Tex skipped PBT in order to accommodate all the customized translucent legends. Cherry MX Black. I do, however, think that the mouse keys are a sensational idea. There’s hardly any bezel around the back and sides, and the front bezel is there only to accommodate the three mouse keys. Underneath the keyboard you’ll find two feet; they’re the same aluminum as the chassis, and they have a small rubber nub on their tips to prevent sliding. It’s the Venn diagram of TrackPointers and mechanical keyboard enthusiasts who will go gaga for the Yoda II. Also quite unlike certain keyboards whose dozens (again, plural!) I use the arrow keys constantly, and I missed them terribly in my time with this keyboard. The TrackPoint is one of those things that people seem to either love or hate, but it certainly has a number of ardent fans, if not zealots. Submit Your Review. The result is a pretty, compact layout that gives you lots of additional keys–as long as you don’t mind riding that Fn key hard. I configured the speed of mouse cursor to the minimum value but still there is a sense of discomfort. white-only LEDs…although they looked a little bluish to me. You can find them for sale on MechanicalKeyboards.com, although the backlit version appears to be out of stock at the moment. Tex isn’t trying to please everyone with this thing; they created a funky, fun, nichey keyboard as a love letter to the TrackPoint. I posit, though, that Tex’s HTML5 configurator is superior for two reasons. Tex gets bonus points for placing the mouse keys with a downward slant, making them far more comfortable to press than if they were more even with the spacebar. ical keyboard, though, the Yoda II has a lot going for it. If you will carry this keyboard, you will need to do it carefully. You could, if you really really really wanted to, create a different PBT keyset that has all the Fn legends in all the right places, but even so you’d need to machine off one edge of the G, H, and B keys to accommodate the TrackPoint. The Quantified Employee: How Companies Use Tech to Track Workers. Once you have your configuration set, you download it as a file, set the keyboard as a storage drive on your PC or Mac, and drag-and-drop the file. bove, but Tex took a unique approach; the. All of the primary, secondary, and tertiary functions of every key are lasered on the caps. report. Click the X to close the window. (The mouse keys, though, are 1mm thick black PBT. All Yoda II components included, all that is needed is your choice of switches. The first time I saw the Yoda II, at Computex, it had Cherry MX Brown switches. Tex Yoda II with GMK Yoda 2 keycap set. When you reconnect the keyboard, you’ll get a pop-up Explorer window indicating that the system recognizes the keyboard as a storage drive. There are multiple ways keyboard makers can choose to give end users programmability, including firmware like QMK, key shortcuts/layers without software, and standalone software applications purpose-built for supporting a given company’s peripherals family. Google Accused of Creating Spy Tool to Squelch Worker Dissent, The web was successful because it was simple, We’re Asleep to Technology’s March & That’s Dangerous, How to Enable Dark Mode on Your Web Browser. However, even if you aren’t interested in the TrackPoint at all, the Yoda II still has those three mouse keys that make for perfectly located macro keys, whether you’re gaming or just typing. It’s intuitive and easy to use, and you can use it anywhere you have your Yoda II and an internet connection. A couple of potential downsides to note here: You can’t edit the timing of your keypresses when you’re making macros, and because the configurator doesn’t record your keypresses, you have to click that green plus sign and then click the next key in the series you want in the macro, one by one. But those were mostly experiments and one-off fun side projects. Recently, I got a new version of TEX Yoda at last. Thermaltake esports Meka G1 Photos and Review. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. I missed being able to use the arrow keys with one hand, though, and performing an action like highlighting a line of text, which I do often, requires you to press the following: …which is kind of a lot of simultaneous keypresses, thank you very much. The lowest setting still didn’t give me refined-enough control over the cursor. TG3. And so it came to pass that I found him in a booth at a far end of one of Computex’s enormous exhibition spaces. Posted On May 24, 2018 By Seth Colaner In Keyboard Reviews, Reviews. This is a review that only adresses the customer service. REVIEW: Das Keyboard Prime 13. I missed being able to use the arrow keys with one hand. Fortunately, TEX Yoda II allows us to configure key layout super flexible. Trackpoint is more sensitive than ThinkPad’s one. Great for gaming and typing, this Tex Yoda II features tactile switches for … One of the things that throws me about the Yoda II’s layout, though, is the missing arrow keys. TEX Yoda which is a mechanical keyboard with trackpoint released few years ago was a long-awaited one for me, but I couldn’t get it at that time. In this point, TEX Yoda II is obviously superior to ThinkPad keyboard. Tags : 65%, Cherry MX, mechanical keyboards, review, tex, trackpoint, yoda ii. Certain keyboard manufacturers will push software updates that require you to install them and then restart your system. And indeed, although this thing doesn’t let you ditch your mouse…it almost does. Note that these are white-only LEDs…although they looked a little bluish to me. On my Tex Yoda II they sound nice and clacky, but it's not as clean of a pop as I was expecting. There are pros and cons to all of the above, but Tex took a unique approach; the configurator is web-based (HTML5). An angled USB-C cable is bundled. Topop. Tex Yoda II Gray Frame 60% Mechanical Keyboard (Clear Cherry MX / Chinese: White). planted right between the G, H, and B keys, accompanied by three keys beneath the spacebar that served as mouse buttons. $299.00: Cherry MX Blue. hide. First of all, the interface is exceptionally clean and fairly easy to understand. The red switch has light touch but you might feel it’s little cheap. The device that he really wanted me to get to know was the Yoda II. The three mouse keys have their own PCB that connects to the main PCB with a tiny cable. Thermaltake. That leaves the secondary legends relatively unlit, which isn’t ideal, but the tertiary legends (that is, everything on the Fn layer) are on the front of the keycaps instead of the top and are brightly lit. Simply click a button on the main page to select which one you’re configuring and then click Next Step to go to the Macro Settings page. My issue is that the TrackPoint just doesn’t give me enough control, even though you do get eight DPI levels (which you can easily click through by pressing Fn + Q or E). First Look: Tai-Hao Cubic Profile. Th. In addition, the center button of trackpoint of TEX Yoda II doesn’t work as the click button, it just works for scrolling. Granted, because the Yoda II comes with the arrow keys available on the WASD cluster with Fn, you can adjust. With the LEDs jacked to the max, you could use this thing as a flashlight. 8 months ago. I found the left and center keys, in particular, easy to reach while in-game–much moreso than a left-side vertical bank of dedicated macro keys that you’d find on a “gaming” keyboard or even the Q, E, F, G, or other keys that are near the WASD cluster. Great review, thanks! Maybe it’s caused by a longer pole because of the height of key switches and key caps. You just connect the thing, and the TrackPoint, mouse keys, and Fn layer are ready to do. share. ! If you want to repeat try-and-error for layout, I recommend sign-in before starting customization. $200: Amazon eBay: ABS (Legends: Laser etched) Plate: Cherry MX: No: No: Tex… Forum Threads. Tesoro Lobera Supreme (Kailh Blue) unboxing and review Review by GGF LAN. So on the main GUI, I clicked the right-side Ctrl key (which I never otherwise use), and when the new GUI popped up, I selected the M1 button for it. Proud Midwesterner. I use the arrow keys. There was the Cloud 65 keyboard with Bluetooth; the chunky Freewrite “smart” typewriter that had an e-ink display on board and a carrying handle; and the adorable little JD45 sitting in a heavy, machined aluminum chassis. The only drawback of TEX Yoda II is that it’s not suitable for carrying because it’s much heavy for daily carrying and even the pole of trackpoint seems to have possibility to be broken if I put the keyboard into a bag directly and carry it. I felt that the default cap is too tall a little because my finger touched it during typing. Tex also included three different types of TrackPoint caps, because hey, why not. though, and performing an action like highlighting a line of text, which I do often, requires you to press the following: careful when you flip this thing over, lest you place undue stress on the TrackPoint’s metal post, which protrudes further than the switches. Tex’s solution obviates those problems because it’s web-based and therefore available on any system, and there are no updates to install, ever. Editor in Chief of Keychatter. (I had ANSI.) Since they use rubber on the contact face and TEX Yoda II itself has much weight, it well stable on my desk. Anyway. Reply. Availability: In Stock. By adding dedicated mouse keys, Tex made them an extra feature without putting them in the way of your normal typing. Maybe even a hint of purple. Taken just as a mechanical keyboard, though, the Yoda II has a lot going for it. There’s a good bit of clack mixed with a notable metallic ping. This being my first experience with Holtites, I don't really understand why they have such bad reviews. Repeat to select another key or function. Basically, Tex recreated IBM/Lenovo’s famous TrackPoint/clickpad setup and put it on a standalone mechanical keyboard. The chassis is mostly a heavy but svelte brick of CNC’d aluminum. We can put the keyboard on tight spaces. However, the funky function layer has some positive side effects. I do, however, think that the mouse keys are a sensational idea. Marc - 05/03/2020 12:52pm. It took just a few minutes of conversation to get the sense that Wu is both smarter and more creative than I am. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Tex didn't really do anything wrong and with the help from their support I was able top completely fix the keyboard and got it working 100%! The three mouse keys have their own PCB that connects to the main PCB with a tiny cable. Of course, if you want to significantly alter the layout (which you can do with Tex’s excellent web-based interface, which I discuss in detail below), all that careful labeling becomes problematic, but I felt that the default layers were superbly placed. The Tex Yoda II is a mechanical keyboard inspired by ThinkPads The Tex Yoda II looks the part, but whether their own version of a "TrackPoint" can live up to a real ThinkPad's remains to be seen. Turns out that Holtites and the Yoda PCB are a perfect match. Great form factor and the online tool for changing layouts is very nice. There’s hardly any bezel around the back and sides, and the front bezel is there only to accommodate the three mouse keys. The two most obvious aspects of the Yoda II that separate it fro. TKB64-Y2CW. 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