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Signature Plastics 1976 SA Keycap Set: Jive QWERTY

 |  |  |  |  March 3, 2016


In 1976, the Cray 1 supercomputer came out, the Concorde made its maiden flight, the VHS player was first released, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak founded Apple, NASA unveiled its first space shuttle, and many other Wikipedia-worthy things occurred. Signature Plastics and designer Engicoder pay homage to this historic year with this groovy keycap set.

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The 1976 Keycap Set consists of SA profile Cherry MX-compatible keycaps bearing the 70s’ colors: brown, red, brown, orange, brown, yellow, brown, blue and brown.

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The base set is for 60% keyboards, but there are also specialty keycaps and keycaps for other layouts, including Tenkeyless, full, and the ErgoDox.

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The 1976 Keycap Set is exclusive to Massdrop, and yeah it’ll cost you. The base set costs $54 (USD), and the other keys go for between $4.49 to $50.



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