Full blog posts written by me, without all this Twitter stuff.
In a first post, I went through the content of the kit. Taking pictures of all the parts was nice, but assembling the keyboard is even more fun! Again, I took quite a few pictures, I hope it’ll be useful somehow.
One of the best feature of the XD87 PCB is that its firmware is fully customizable. Although this might sound complex and probably way too much, customizing the firmware allows you to create your own layout for the keyboard. Let’s dive in. Don’t know what I’m talking about? See this article first.
Time has come for a new keyboard! Now that I know I will always use a mechanical keyboard from now on (the typing feeling ❤), I’ve decided to invest a bit more into something nice, beautiful and customizable. So I bought the new XD87 kit that came out not that long ago.
In this first article, I’ll just go through the parts that are included in the kit. I hope you like pictures, because I took quite a few.
Like a lot of people, I bought a GoPro thinking “Yeah! I’m gonna film some sick footage and make an awesome video and post it on Youtube and…”. Blah blah blah, it appears that GoPro footage kind of sucks, whatever the situation.
There are a ton of Youtube video explaining how to get the most of your GoPro footage, but I found a really interesting one, using an uncommon and free software. So I just thought I’m gonna share that. Or at least keep a trace of it somewhere.
Proper review a cheap chinese product: this time, it’s a DB killer (or exhaust silencer) that you can easily find on Aliexpress or Banggood. It’s cheap, but is it any good?