When you buy Portico, you'll get:
- Portico case (top and bottom pieces)
- Silicon dampening mat
- Felt dampening mat
- Standoffs (extra included)
- Screws (extra included)
- V3 Stabilizers
- USB-C cable
- Protective carrying case
- All required tools for assembly: Screwdriver, TKC Switch Puller, Keycap Puller, allen key.
- Enough switches to fit the board
- Full keycap set
Switches and keycaps are included.
Is this easy to build for beginners?
Yes! We designed this specifically for folks who have never built a keyboard before. You have to be mindful of small parts like screws, and check that things work, but it’s a straight forward process that anyone can do. A brief summary of steps is:
- Insert switches.
- Install keycaps.
And you’re done! If you want to change out your stabilizers, or want a full rundown check out our Build Guide.
How do I configure the keymap?
Portico75 is compatible with VIA Configurator, which is an easy to use app. You click to change what keypresses do, and changes take place instantly—you don’t need to flash your keyboard to apply the changes.
Read more about using VIA Configurator →
This layout is missing keys! How do I type them?
You access the missing keys via another “layer” of keys. It's like typing numbers or symbols on your smartphone, or holding 'shift' on your keyboard to type capital letters.
For example, by default FN + F11 will increase the brightness of your RGB LEDs and FN + F12 will decrease it.
This can all be configured in VIA.