This looks like a stunning keycap set
A LEGENDARY KEYBOARD LIVES ON
When you bought an Apple Macintosh computer in the early 1990s, you received the Apple Extended Keyboard II (AEKII) along with it. While it may seem ordinary by modern standards, it was this very keyboard that would become a benchmark for future full-size boards—a legend of its time and still today. For our latest project, we teamed up with designer biip (who you may know from keycap sets like Milkshake, Bento, and Bushido) to create a set inspired by the legendary AEKII. Executed in our exclusive MT3 profile, our Extended 2048 keycap set features a minimal icons-based design with cream-colored alphas, black legends, and bright color accent keys. Made of PBT material with dye-sublimated construction, MT3 Extended 2048 is built strong with legends that won’t fade.
Am I right in thinking that for the Planck we would need the following?
- Alphas kit ($42)
- Nomad kit ($35) (Needed for ortholinear/Planck)
- Accent Nomad kit (£25) (for the colour)
- Optional: Colevrak kit ($35)
- Optional: ISO UK kit ($10)
Total: $147 but they are
Shame the Media icons are not part of the Icono pack:
(I only want the little Apple faces!)
There’s also an ergo kit for split keyboards as well as a few other options.
I’m extremely tempted. It’s my birthday next month so it could be my birthday treat