The mechanical keyboard and earbuds designs of Angry Maio with the lowest power consumption.
Mechanical keyboards can provide a more comfortable typing experience than popular rubber-dome keyboards, and people are assembling their own using parts they order online. The wild keyboard and headphone designs of Angry Miao, from the company Zhuhai, a China-based company as a small-batch keyboard company and which now says it’s building a Future Art Community with serious VC money.
The wireless earbuds Horizon Zero Dawn were designed by Angry Miao, the microbrand that makes mechanical keyboards and now earbuds. Angry Miao’s efforts are simultaneously illogical, admirable, gut-wrenchingly try-hard, and kind of endearing. Most earbud makers are focused on typical brags like sound quality, battery life, and noise cancellation. But Angry Miao is boasting super low-latency audio for better gaming performance instead.
The mechanical keyboard and earbuds designs of Angry Maio:
The Horizon Zero Dawn even put an extra processor into the charging case and built in a faux-wired mode to achieve a claimed latency of around 40 milliseconds. To use this pseudo-wired wireless mode, you plug in the charging case via its USB-C port, and the Cyberblades get picked up as a USB audio output eschewing the need for Bluetooth pairing.
Angry Miao also makes a massive wireless charging mat for both its keyboards. The 67-person company primarily makes mechanical keyboards. Mechanical keyboards have replaced garden-variety models all over the world. Mechanical keyboards might look like your regular, run-of-the-mill devices but they’re not. mechanical keyboards enhance typing experience by enabling accurate typing and longevity of key life thanks to easy repair and the replacement of switches.
The Am Hatsu wireless split-ergonomic mechanical keyboards. AM HATSU has a futuristic design with sharp lines that serve a true purpose. This is the best wireless solution available today, with the lowest power consumption, the strongest anti-interference ability, and the lowest latency. The Hatsu has a unique layout on each side, with 52 keys arranged four-by-six for your fingers and a cluster of six for each thumb.
Angry Miao’s other newest product is called Cyberblade because every dang thing it makes must be named Cyber-something. The company claims you can do much with the audio-processing chips already in earbuds. These Cyberblade earbuds can deliver high-quality audio with low latency, as opposed to other low-latency products that sacrifice audio quality for speed. Cyberblades get picked up as a USB audio output eschewing the need for Bluetooth pairing.