|Startup Name||Input Club|
|What problem are you solving?||NA|
|What is your solution?||We make Input Devices. Our latest product that we want to make will be named the K Type Keyboard.Like all our keyboards, it will have mechanical keyswitches, be fully programmable, and the design will be Open Source. New with the K Type, will be extremely colorful RGB Backlighting using the most advanced LED controller in any keyboard. |
This keyboard is for everyone who spends time typing. We want people who spend time writing, playing games, and doing work to love what they do.
|How will you make money?||169|
|Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?||Jacob Alexander – HaaTaKnown as the premier world expert on keyboards and famed keyboard archaeologist, Jacob Alexander (also known by his web handle, HaaTa), designs the firmware and operating system that Input Club\’s projects run on. His collection of keyboards contains over 500 pieces and these relics from the history of computing inspire many of the Input Club\’s creations. |
Gennadiy Nerubayev – Parak
Gennadiy Nerubayev, also known as Parak, is a serious keyboard enthusiast and collector of vintage IBMs in particular. He generally takes care of PCB designs and logistics as well as any Input Club background technical matters. He is a deeply organized individual and applies his meticulous perfectionism to the fundamental design of every product. His secret weakness is crumpled paper.
Brandon Muzzin – Over^Kill
Brandon Muzzin, known as Over^Kill, is a mechanical engineer and designer who creates the cases, plates, and all other physical components for Input Club\’s creations. His favorite hobbies are feature creep and long walks around the block.
|Founders Names||Input Club|
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