ANAVI Knob 1 is a tiny, programmable, 1-key open source mechanical keyboard. It is powered by the mighty Raspberry Pi RP2040 microcontroller at the heart of the Seeed XIAO RP2040, which provides support for USB Type-C and connector.
ANAVI Knob 1 supports the open source firmware QMK and KMK. Out of the box it comes with KMK, an advanced but easy-to-use firmware written in CircuitPython.
ANAVI Knob 1 can be customized to fit various use cases: video or audio editing, entertainment broadcasting, gaming, programming, etc.
You can easily boost your productivity using ANAVI Knob 1 keyboard. It is super easy to use - just connect the device to your Windows, MacOS, or GNU/Linux computer with a USB Type-C cable and you’re ready to go.
ANAVI Knob 1 is a tiny input device with a single rotary encoder with a clickable switch and a RGB LED. You can turn it left, you can turn it right, and you can click it. It is fully programmable and there is an I²C slot you can use to add peripherals.
Note: USB to USB-C cable is not included in the kit.
ANAVI Knob 1 keyboard supports:
ANAVI Knob 1 keyboard comes pre-installed with CircuitPython and KMK.
There are literally hundreds of mechanical keyboards on the market. Unlike the rest, ANAVI Knob 1 is entirely open source, affordable, compact, highly customizable and suitable for a wide range of applications. ANAVI Knob 1 comes as a do-it-yourself (DIY) kit and it is super easy to be assembled.
ANAVI Knob 1 combines open hardware with free and open source software. It has been designed with free and open source software. The printed circuit board was made with KiCad.
ANAVI Knob 1 was brought to life in 2022 thanks to a crowdfunding campaign at Crowd Supply. Now thanks to Lectronz we can reduce the carbon footprint from transportation and offer ANAVI Knob 1 to individuals within the European Union (EU) with direct shipping from Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Prices include VAT. Shipping with a tracking number is available through the services of DPD Economy or Bulgarian posts.