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A podcast series relating to the world of Mechanical Keyboards, recorded with real Mechanical Keyboard enthusiasts.

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The Board has several kinds of episodes (just to mix it up!)

  • One on One (Interview type, ~30min)
  • Focus Group (~3 people, 2-3 topics, very focused discussion, ~30min)
  • Boardroom (4-6 people, loose agenda, more casual discussion on wide range of things, ~1hr)
  • Specials - One off episodes on something related to Mechanical Keyboards.

Feb 25, 2018

Another week, another episode. If you have chest pains, please make sure you see a medical professional.

Shoutouts for Brad Green and metalhead2793 joining us on Patreon!

A bunch of things relating to...

Feb 18, 2018

This week, Kevin's desktop is in the shop so he's running off his laptop and thus, we're back to our old method of recording so the quality loss and him cutting in and out at times is related to that. Hopefully his desktop will be recoverable!

Some of the topics we throw ourselfs across this week:

- Patreon Shoutouts!


Feb 11, 2018

This week, Evan (/u/evangs) and Steven (/u/2ZQQ) from The Van Keyboards come along and have a chat about their new keycap profile , and of course the usual mish-mash of things Kevin and I go through each week.


In this episode we take a talk also about:


- Aliaz Switch Drama (

Feb 3, 2018

Kevin has been a bit under the weather today, so I thought I'd take the opportunity to read through all of the entries and give my thoughts on January's giveaway responses.


The question asked was, What is your ideal switch? (regardless if it existed or not, or would be feasible with current...