A compact keyboard with a trackpad made for travel, ran by the powerful RP2040 chip.
Engineered to be a full mouse replacement solution with high-quality, custom-developed components.
Easy to assemble kits, with detailed documentation and community support on Discord.
All parts open-source.
What you will need
Those parts are not included in the kits, and you will need to source them yourself.
Our Dilemma keyboards are compatible with MX-format and Choc v1 switches. This includes brands like Boba, Kailh, Zealios, Cherry, Kailh Choc, etc.
You will need to source your own switches, if you are not sure multiple shops offer switch testers.
Use it to connect the right side of the keyboard to the computer.
Make sure to use a high-quality usb cable, with the other side either USB-A or USB-C (eg. if you use a laptop with USB-C ports).
You will need it to connect both sides together (both TRS and TRRS work).
Our keyboards are compatible with all standard audio cables, including the fancy custom ones.
Reuse your favourite keycaps, or grab a new set (We recommend searching for “ortho” sets).
As for keycap profile, the keyboards will work with all following profiles:
DSA, XDA, SA, MT3, DES.
MT3 has been popular lately and is a favourite of ours.