Designed by streamline, the saevus Cor was created following a 6-month plunge into the foam rabbit hole; they felt that, while the foamed boards sounded great, the uniformity between their sound detracted from the personality of each. Thus, the saevus Cor was created: a plateless 65% XT keyboard that aims to produce a unique sound without the need for case foam. Beyond the gentle half-heart-shaped slopes of the case’s profile, considerations for comfort are present within the saevus Cor‘s design, as it features a low 6.5° typing angle and a cherry lip on the case front – providing a more comfortable typing experience when used without a wrist rest.
The saevus Cor has an aluminum case, available in 8 colours across two finishes – light blue, vibrant red, deep navy, lilac, rose gold, silver, and electrophoresed black or white. The board’s 65% layout is bookended by split XT macro columns, lending it a symmetrical appearance and a more even weight distribution, as well as a place to put artisan caps and helpful macros. Internally, the saevus Cor uses a brass weight, with a copper badge sporting a simple but attractive icon adorning the bottom. The board is meant to be assembled platelessly with its solderable PCB, but a polycarbonate plate is nonetheless included for hotswap users, as well as those who simply prefer to use one.
Photos of the Deep Navy prototype provided by Clackbait.
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CA: You are here!
NA: Mechs & Co.
AU: Prestige Keys