Ducky’s new limited-edition mechanical keyboard pays tribute to Taiwan’s Paiwan neighborhood

Taiwan-based Ducky, recognized for its standard mechanical keyboards, right now at Computex confirmed off its tribute to the nation’s tradition: the limited-edition “Year of the Pig” 65% keyboard. The newest of Ducky’s yearly Zodiac releases, created in collaboration with metalwork artist Kulele Ruladen, the keyboard pays tribute to the Paiwan, certainly one of Taiwan’s indigenous tribes.

Ruladen’s design attracts on a number of features of Paiwan tradition, together with a metallic cut-out on the entrance of the keyboard impressed by a wild boar, a logo of bravery for Paiwan individuals, and a golden backplate with pictures of Paiwan warriors battling the boars.

The keycaps are bronze crimson, a reference to the significance of bronze as a medium in Paiwan artwork. Instead of the alphabet, every key has a pictogram that attracts on different symbols which are significant for the Paiwan neighborhood. For instance, the house bar has a hawk feather representing “the aristocracy of men and women.” There are additionally 4 keys impressed by Paiwan glass beads that symbolize totally different values: agility (kaluazung), braveness (mananigai), the Aristocracy (mulimulitan-maca) and kurakurau-liling (love).

Details from Ducky Keyboard's Year of the Pig limited edition mechanical keyboard

The Year of the Pig keyboard is proscribed to 2019 items, in reference to the 12 months, and designed to final. Each one has adopted aluminum casing with nano coating, a zinc alloy keyboard stand and dye-subliminated keycaps, in addition to a Type-C USB port and RGB backlighting.