The GG75 is a custom mechanical keyboard kit from Gopolar with many creative features. The keyboard adopts the popular exploded 75% layout to be compact yet retaining all necessary keys like arrows and cursor keys. Featuring both ANSI and ISO layouts, Gopolar GG75 is convenient to change layouts to suit more typing habits. The distinct rotary wheel on the top is inspired by the wheels in cars, adding a bit prospective flavor to the keyboard.
To reach a soft typing feeling, Gopolar GG75 is assembled in gasket mount with multiple noise-muting layers. Gopolar uses a silicon pad to complete the gasket layer, with another foam between the PCB and the bottom case. By adding a customizable OLED screen, it is even more intuitive to check the status and layers of the keyboard as well as the input that has been made.
The Gopolar GG75 supports programming via VIA, which enhance more possibilities to play with the keyboard. For users who are not used to the compact layout or need to add more functions, remapping the keys by VIA without re-flashing the firmware is a nice choice. With an on-board memory, you can save the changes on board, and be worry-free about losing your saved memory while unplugging and re-plugging the keyboard.
The PCB in Gopolar GG75 is hotswappable with 3-pin and 5-pin mechanical switches. You can change the switches at will without soldering issues. Being finely tuned, the stabilizers are offering a top smooth typing feeling. The wire ends and the Nylon housings are completely matched to avoid contacts that usually cause metal noises.
With the SMD LEDs, RGB light effects are classic and neat, and you can freely adjust the brightness and light speed. The LEDs are south-facing to save the worries of the interference with cherry-profile keycaps. To stay a fast and stable transmission, the keyboard is connected by a detachable type-C cable. More than that, the keyboard is designed with adjustable feet to be more suitable for typing habits. You won’t feel tired even after long time using it.