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I agree with John here, there should be enough space INSIDE one of the half’s to fit the Huble unit, and add a USB-C port to go the the other half. OR, here’s my crazy idea (just now I’m really close on ordering one, but stopped at the last second to type this), put a “slot” at the underside of each half to house the Huble unit INSIDE the keyboard. The USB-C port on each half are to connect to each other. If you need the main USB cable to be on the left half, put the Huble unit inside of the left half or the otherway around. This way, we have LESS thing to break, and the Huble unit is SAFELY stored within the keyboard it self. Less thing to break, more elegant IMHO, and I will order 2 if it does that !! Do contact me if you interested in exploring my idea.
Hey John sorry for this late reply. The Huble is the brain of the keyboard; the microprocessor and memory is inside it. It is important because with it, we are able to remove the left half (of the keyboard), and have the right half keep working or the vice versa. That is mainly why we need it as an external piece.
Thank you very much Luca! It’s what we try :)
Why do you need an ugly and cumbersome junction box anyways. Build that pcb components into the keyboard. I’m sure there is space in there. One wire into the left side keyboard. One wire out of the keyboard to the right half.
I truly like the transparency of this project, going as far as interviewing the real people that are working on it.
Good job also in not having plastic pieces that could lower the premium quality feeling of the keyboard.
Keep up the good job guys!