I am not sure if this is the correct place for this, but I just wanted to write a few thoughts about what the future might hold for new products from Keyboardio. Perhaps now that the backlog of orders is almost addressed (or is it?), either variations of the Model 01 or a new version altogether can be designed.
Personally, I’m much more of a fan of linear keyswitches, and would like to see a future Keyboardio come out that has linear switches. I’m almost tempted to try replacing the keyswitches myself, but I’ll probably at least wait until my Model 01 is out of warranty.
Second, I know that this might not be a universal opinion as one of the appeals of the Model 01 might be its minimalism, but I’d like to see a future version of the keyboard come out that has more keyswitches - particularly more inner thumb switches that would be useful for those with smaller hands. I’m a fan of programmable 68 key keyboards that are compact but have an extra column on the right and dedicated arrow keys. Perhaps it would be possible to also add another outer column of keys that would allow the keyboard to have dedicated cursor keys or at least have the ability to more closely emulate the layout of traditional keyboards which might make it easier for many people to get used to.
I’m not sure how feasible this is, but I’d also like to see the design get a bit thinner, or at least have tapered wrist rests to address concerns about it being uncomfortable when wearing a watch.
Perhaps by the time a new Keyboardio product comes out, perhaps it’ll also be possible to have a processor/SOC with more memory as well - although the current constraints have certainly helped to teach me how to write efficient C++!