Designed by Josef Adamcik, the Sofle Choc keyboard is a split design with a 6×4 column staggered grid with a 5 key thumb cluster. The Sofle Choc PCB was modified by Brian Low to allow for the use of Kailh Choc Sockets and per key RGB lighting.
Additional information about the Sofle keyboard along with the source files from the designer can be found on the Sofle Github Repository. QMK key mappings and firmware can be found here. For information on how to build this keyboard, please refer to the build guide.
The following components are included in each kit. Soldering is required for assembly. Please refer to the build guide for assembly instructions.
|2||15mm Rotary Encoder|
|58||Surface Mount Diode
The following components are required in order to have a completed keyboard.
|2||Pro Micro or equivalent|
|1||Sofle Choc Keyboard Case|
|2||Rotary Encoder Knobs|
The following components are optional.
|2||128x32 OLED Screen|