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Wooting Two keyboard – Full size ANALOG mechanical

Rating: 8.0.

This time last year I took a look at my first analog keyboard – the Wooting One. The Flaretech switches got me really excited and I when I saw the Wooting Two at CES I couldn’t wait to try it out. The Wooting Two is a full sized variant of the Wooting One and still features the same simple design and full set of analog keys available in either red, blue or black options. With the retail price coming in at €149,99 is the Wooting Two the perfect analog keyboard for numpad lovers?

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Specifications: 

  • Form factor: 100% – Full-size – 104/105 keys
  • Backlight: Per key programmable RGB
  • Connector: Detachable USB-A to USB-C
  • Switches: Flaretech Optical switches
  • Keycaps: ABS laser backlight
  • Dimensions: LxWxH 460mm x 150mm x 39mm
  • N-Key rollover: Yes
  • Polling-rate: 1000Hz
  • Debounce: 0.03ms
  • On-board memory: Yes – up to 4 profiles

Pros:

  • Simple, sleek design
  • Analog technology allows gamepad accuracy level of control in games
  • Analog technology allows for adjustable actuation
  • Software has a huge amount of customisation
  • Removable braided cable with USB C connectivity
  • Constant software updates and community interaction

Cons: 

  • PBT keycaps have to be purchased separately
  • No included wrist rest or dedicated media keys
  • Wootility software has a few bugs
  • No USB passthrough
  • No Macro recording

The Wooting Two can be bought from the Wooting Official Store here – for €149.99

Kitguru says: The Wooting two implements the analog technology on the flaretech switches really well thanks to the great wootility software. Although it is missing a few features we think its a good choice for gamers who want a more functionality from their keyboard.

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Rating: 8.0.

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