Does anyone remember the BDN9 kit that Yushakobo sold when it first opened an year ago? It was a simple 9-key macro pad that was very easy to build, so it was recommended for beginners.
Today we will blog about Quick7, a beginner's macro pad kit based on the BDN9!
It's called the Quick7 because it can be built quickly, and out of the 9 keys, 2 can be replaced with rotary encoder, leaving it with 7 keys. (But more than 7 keys are needed if using only 1 or no rotary encoders, of course.)
BDN9 didn't come with LEDs, but Quick7 will include addressable full-color LEDs (YS-SK6812MINI-E)!
It is also designed to work with Elite C or other Pro Micros that have USB Type-C connectors.
The bottom plate is acrylic, so the underglow can be seen. A middle plate is also included to keep dust away from the macro pad. It will be a handy device for either hand even on a messy desk.
Quick7 now on sele!