The Hot Dox kit arrives with all you need to build a functioning mechanical keyboard: two PCB halves, two metal plates, two sets of acrylic layers that will be secured with the included bolts and hex screws, an Allen wrench, USB cables and keycap stabilizers. The Hot Dox has great potential as a tool for serious typists, but there are plenty of superior tools out there for serious gamers. But occasionally the custom firmware failed to compile, and I had to go digging to understand the error codes. We recommend the Hot Dox for people who have been curious about keyboard assembly but too intimidated to jump in. Their locations allowed me to access those functions without my hands leaving the home position. Ultimately, Alpaca's DIY peripheral's design is streamlined, angular and ergonomic. When fully assembled, the Hot Dox is lightweight and fairly compact, weighing 2.
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