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The Analog Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
The latest technology optimized for your style of gaming
Take analog control of your games
Take analog control of your games with the pressure sensitive keys, just like a joystick controller. Never lose immersion and gain smooth steering control in games such as GTA5, PUBG, Rocket League, Track Mania, Dirt 4, and etc.
Gain the speed advantage
Experience unprecedented input speeds using Flaretech Prism Optical switches and Wooting's in-house made firmware optimized for gaming.
Linear 55 "Red switch"
- Operating force: 55cN
- No feedback
- 100.000.000 clicks life
- Similar to mechanical red switches
Linear 55 "Blue switch"
- Operating force: 55cN
- Clacky and tactile
- 100.000.000 clicks life
- Similar to mechanical blue switches
- Scanmatrix: 1000hz (<1ms)
- Debounce: 0.03ms
- Polling rate: 1000hz (1ms)
- N-key rollover & Anti-ghosting
Digital input - It can TyPe
It's still a mechanical keyboard with digital 1 or 0 input. Even when you're using the analog functionality, it works at the same time without compromises.
Adjustable actuation point
Dynamically adjust the actuation point to 1.5mm for competitive gaming, or adjust it to 2.5mm for errorless typing. Change it anywhere between the 1.5 to 3.6mm at your choosing.
Per-Key RGB & Lovely effects
To Sum it up
Laser Fast Input
Action is reaction with near zero input lag you’re 10x faster than any professional e-sports player, unless they use a Wooting one of course.
Every key is pressure sensitive and detects analog input.
N-key Rollover (NKRO)
Grow extra fingers, start typing like a maniac and simultaneously press all the keys, it will never miss a stroke with N-key rollover.
Swap the MX keycaps, switch and/or top plate for another. Customize it to your taste.
A three-way cable gutter underneath the keyboard for the… Detachable Micro-USB Gold Plated Braided Cable. Boom!
Save all your preferences on the keyboard, not in the cloud, and configure up to 4 profiles.
Create gaming profiles, tweak analog sensing, the actuation point and more; all saved on the keyboard.
Customize key-by-key to your favorite color and run those fancy pancy effects.
Smart FN Media Keys
All the function keys within easy right-hand reach. Easily transform the media keys into dedicated keys with FN toggle.
Plug & Game
Plug in and start playing analog. No native game support required thanks to Xinput and Directinput.
The Wooting one has a standard bottom row size, OEM layout and can fit Cherry-MX (+ shape) type keycaps.
- Wooting one keyboard
- 88x Red or Blue flaretech switches.
- Braided Micro-USB cable
- First aid kit:
- 1x Keycap/switch puller
- 5x top plate screws
- 4x Red flaretech switches
- 4x Blue flaretech switches
Minimal system requirements:
- Windows 7/8/10 - Mac OSX - Linux
- 1 USB port
- The internet – Optional for downloading the Wootility
The Wootility is supported on Windows, Mac OSX, Linux. Mac OSX and Linux only support DirectInput and not Xinput.
| Kevin Mcclennen 24-05-2018 10:42
The keyboard and support are great!
| Grant Muench 20-05-2018 16:55
I play CS GO and always enjoy tweaking things to find that edge. I've been enjoying the wooting one. I found the Trello support board easy to use, and received responses from the devs in just a few hours. Great job guys.
| Reed Fitzpatrick 15-05-2018 22:47
This thing is well built, very minimalist/sleek looking. The RGB is pretty darn extensive. As far as a keyboard goes, I actually love it without the numpad. I use it for gaming, so it being smaller is actually really nice on my keyboard tray. The clickiness of the blue keys is honestly not as loud as other reviews I've read made it out to be. It's quieter than cheaper blue switches, and probably similar, if not quieter, than Corsair blue switches.
Probably the main reason you're looking to buy this:
The analog function is something that I'm hoping will be implemented in games eventually just as keyboard and mouse. The way it works now is it is utilized to remap controller controls onto a keyboard. That only really works if you don't have "digital keys" active (normal keyboard function), so when I have used the analog feature, I hadn't been able to alt tab. I haven't really been able to utilize it like I would like, such as being able to "peek" very subtly in PUBG, just because games aren't built around this ability. Some actions in games are all or nothing, so getting this keyboard won't necessarily do the things you want it to. It also can be wonky when combining keys with the mouse (if I am strictly using analog and hold a key down, the mouse shows up and juts around because it's switching rapidly between "controller" and keyboard and mouse functionality. Overall, it works, but it's just not necessarily super fluid. It's an amazing product on par with Corsair's keyboards, so it's worth getting regardless, even just as a normal mechanical keyboard, but the analog function is something I am hoping becomes relevant to gaming industries soon. So, at the very least, but investing in one of these, you help to ensure that this technology becomes more mainstream, and developers can start creating games fully implementing mechanics with keyboard analog use in mind.
| Taka Sawa 07-05-2018 18:56
I like the fact that I can adjust the actuation point with my Wooting One to optimize the speed and acuracy balance I want. I am also impressed with the sturdy built of the keyboard. My initial review is five stars.
| Graison Sparks 16-04-2018 18:08
A very well built keyboard with a long way to go software wise.
| Eliott bryant 03-04-2018 20:59
"Basic" doesn't do it justice!
| Eric 30-03-2018 14:50
It isn't compatible with every game (yet!), but in the games it is compatible in, it works fantastic! The keys are easily swappable and you get 8 replacement switches in case one gets busted, 4 of which are mechanical switches if you prefer that over the analog switches.
The RGB lighting is vivid and bright and customizable per key, and even though the keyboard is super loud, it feels really good to type on.
| Michael 28-03-2018 03:45
I have had to keyboard for a long while and I have not once had ANY problems with it AT ALL. I have already recommended this keyboard when My friends ask Me where I got it. If your looking for a keyboard this one is the one to get.
| J. Daniel Luis 27-03-2018 18:36
This Keyboard is the sharpest designed and most luxurious keyboard I have owned. It looks and feels different than most other keyboards and has features that others cannot yet match. I highly recommend this keyboard! Their customer service was totally amazing. If wooting ever comes up with a low profile model of this keyboard, Ill be the first to buy one.
| Chloe Kudryavtsev 27-03-2018 18:31
Never really ended up using the gaming-specific features, but it's quite solid as a keyboard in general.
The "floating" aesthetic is (as usual) preferable (practically and visually), the switches feel nice (I'm using blues, which are kind of like less-resistant MX browns, if you're into that sort of thing), and being able to adjust the actuation point is very nice.
| Alex C 27-03-2018 17:56
Love this keyboard! The build quality is excellent, the switch/spring modularity is fantastic and due to the removable key switches it's super easy to keep clean. I've owned this keyboard for 6 months now and haven't had one major problem with it. (Firmware got messed up once, but im pretty sure that was my fault, and it was super easy to fix)
Overall this is the best keyboard I've owned. Only downside is the lack of a ten-key option. If they had that then I'd buy one for my work too.
| Jim Horvath 27-03-2018 17:50
I LOVE this keyboard! I own 4 other mechanical keyboards and the Wooting one jumped straight to the top as my favorite. The analog features work great, and even when I'm not using them the keyboard feels really, really good. Love it. Thinking about buying another one.
| Bradley Rawson Jr 27-03-2018 16:38
The wooting one has the potential to be the best keyboard on the market. That hardware is solid and as long as the team continue work hard at developing their software they will get there.
| Aidan Lavelle 19-02-2018 09:11
So far this is the only project I've ever backed on Kickstarter, and I'm not disappointed in the least. There were a few delays along the way, but the team behind the Wooting One was very transparent and kept their backers up to date on what was going on and how it was all ultimately leading to a better keyboard. The point is, they valued delivering a quality product more than rushing out anything not up to scratch. Anyway, I love typing with it, and I love using it in games. I love walking slowly while playing Overwatch and TF2, and I love using the DKS (Dual Key Stroke, for the uninitiated) feature for my quick cast settings in Heroes of the Storm. It's a great product, and I've already recommended it to several of my gamer friends. Oh, the RGB is great, too, and well worth the additional time spent getting the keyboard to support it.
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