It’s been a roller coaster in the past 6 weeks, and we are entering final phase of our crowdfunding campaign. With 10 days left, we are almost fully funded collecting $190,000, and at this point we would like to ask for your help to make the UHK happen!
It will take just a few minutes to complete these 5 steps to spread the word about our campaign and let your friends know why you love the UHK. It is also a Last Chance for them to get the UHK at special early bird price.
STEP 1: SHARE ON FACEBOOK
STEP 2: SHARE ON TWITTER
STEP 3: SHARE ON PINTEREST
STEP 4: Post about the UHK in your favourite forum to let people know how great it is.
STEP 5: Tell your friends and colleagues about the UHK and why you love it.
A question was posted on Quora recently, asking "What is the best keyboard for a programmer?". A total of 49 answers were posted and the UHK was included too. In just two weeks, the UHK collected the most upvotes and became the No.1 keyboard for programmers!
One of our supporters in Korea created a video for their local audience. Big thanks!
So far 819 keyboards have been pre-ordered - here is the breakdown of the options requested:
ANSI is the clear winner regarding the Layout.
No surprise here: The most ordered Keycap Printing is for the Linux configuration. And then it’s a close fight between Mac and Windows.
Blues & Browns dominate the scene here, accounting for 75% of total boards.
We are working hard on the UHK to make sure we provide a truly unique and high quality offering. We will keep you updated on our progress.
If you have any questions, please ask us!
Laci, lead developer of the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard
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