Trend-setting electronics company launch retro-style keyboard

KnewKey, a trend-setting electronics manufacturing company has launched a retro-style mechanical keyboard this month.

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 26th June 2018, 2:47 pm
Updated Tuesday, 26th June 2018, 2:53 pm

KnewKey’s Rymek is a typewriter inspired mechanical keyboard. It comes with distinguished saddle-shaped keycaps plus Cherry MX switches to give users satisfying tactile feedback, and the intense feelings of nostalgia.

Featuring ergonomically shaped saddle keycaps, typing on Rymek keyboard is far more comfortable than those come with rounded keycaps. Available in Brown and Blue switches, the clicking sounds just like an old manual typewriter will certainly make everyone love typing again.

Rymek works perfectly with both Mac, PC and iOS/Android devices. Users can easily switch between Bluetooth or wired mode with its vintage handle. Unmatched in its aesthetic design, Rymek comes with dynamic backlit keys, something you rarely get to see in a wireless keyboard.

“Rymek is inspired by those typewriters in the late 50s.” said Ferdinand Hao, head of product design. “Under the hood, Rymek keyboard is an aesthetic composition which delivers the intense feelings of nostalgia; ultimately, it is able to present the highest-quality, on-demand analog typing for tech lovers.”

The Rymek Keyboard made its debut on June 13.

About KnewKey

KnewKey is a youth-run enterprise mainly engaged in creative products. Despite the young spirit of KnewKey team, there is no barrier for them to appreciate the vintage style. KnewKey is dedicated to embracing the traditional and vintage features while retains a foothold in modernity, thus, making Rymek into a stunning blend of retro styling and futuristic tech. KnewKey has always been striving for excellence in every aspect, from technology to product design and the user experience. Rymek is exquisite, sophisticated crafted, a typewriter-inspired mechanical keyboard that offers users a smooth and undoubtedly superior feeling from inside to outside.