Ouch. Cool keeb.

So, I got a new keyboard today. It's a gergo from G Heavy Industries. Go check it out. It's really something.

I'm having a lot of fun with it, but it's going to take some time to get back up to speed.

First of all, it's got low profile switches, which are pretty cool but man, are they touchy. The slightest pressure registers as a touch, and I'm apparently pretty heavy handed. I'm constantly sending unintentional keypresses.

The other pain point is that it's ortholinear, so the keys line up more naturally with your fingers. Problem is, I have decades of muscle memory trying to send my fingers the wrong direction. This leads to constantly hitting the wrong keys.

A final issue is that it's a 50% keyboard, which means that any non-letter keys have to me mapped to non-standard locations, which means that I'm constantly checking a chart to see where the keys are.

Still. I'm looking forward to getting good at my cool new keyboard.