Wooting one - TKL Analog Keyboard
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The Wooting one is optimized for gaming with the fastest possible input speed, NKRO and anti-ghosting. You’ll know for sure it’s not your keyboard this time.
Each key on the Wooting one supports Analog input, creating unique analog features and gradual input control in games. Everything is entirely customizable in the no-bullshit Wootiltiy configuration software.
When you’re not gaming, you can hot-swap the switches and enjoy an extremely satisfying typing experience. Google us, read reviews, or join the Discord. You don’t just get a keyboard, you join a vibrant community and team.
Tech specs & package content
Input speedWe leveraged the optical switch technology and optimized our firmware for the fastest possible input speed.
When you toggle on Wooting’s exclusive “Tachyon mode”, it’ll go into hyper-drive. Your Wooting one will turn off all unnecessary features (e.g. RGB effects), adjust the actuation point to 1.6mm and increase keyboard scanning rate to a staggering <1ms without any debounce.
Learn more on what influences input speed and how we measured it.
Analog inputThe Wooting one can detect how far down you press each key for analog input, outputting a variable signal from 0 to 100. A regular keyboard can only detect if you pressed a key, outputting a fixed ON/OFF signal.
Analog input has the best of both worlds. It can type like a regular keyboard using an ON/OFF signal and also allow gradual input using a variable signal. You can configure it however you like.
The Wooting one - Flaretech can detect an analog signal from 1.5mm to 3.6mm.
Adjustable actuation pointYou can adjust the keyboard actuation point anywhere between 1.5 to 3.6mm on each profile. Quickly switch between a gaming profile with 1.5mm actuation and an error-free typing mode at 2.3mm.
Dynamic Key stroke (DKS)Why settle with a single actuation point? Bind multiple inputs at different actuation points with Dynamic Key Stroke (DKS). Our advanced DKS feature allows more complex bindings based on key press down and up events.
Create a simple 2-state key, press a little; you walk, press to the end; you sprint. Or create complex combo-bindings and precisely control when you activate each step of the combination.
Read more about different ways to use DKS.
Analog input in gamesTake analog control in your games with the analog input keys, just like a joystick controller. Never lose immersion and gain smooth control in selected games that support Xinput (Xbox controller) or DirectInput (generic controller).
You won’t need a steering wheel or grab the controller anymore for racing games or sandbox games. Now you can make fine movement and controlled turns using your keyboard keys. You can quickly turn it on or off and switch to an entirely regular on/off keyboard.
You are in control.
The Wootility configuration software helps change the settings saved on your Wooting keyboard. That’s it.
If you’re a developer and like yourself some code, you can start making your own Analog input applications and integrations using our open-source Analog SDK. Or play around with the open-source RGB SDK. You can find all our projects on GitHub.
80% - Tenkeyless - 87/88 keys
Per key programmable RGB
Detachable USB-A to Micro-USB
Flaretech Optical switches (Get more here)
ABS laser backlight
369mm x 161mm x 41mm. Height is from table to highest point keycap.
Yes - up to 4 profiles
|SWITCH COMPARE||Linear55 red
|Key end force||55cN||80cN||55cN|
|Feedback||No Feedback||No Feedback||Audible|
|Lifespan (in clicks)||100,000,000||100,000,000||100,000,000|
|Maximum scanning speed||<1 ms||<1 ms||<1 ms|
|Total travel distance||4mm||4mm||4mm|
|Actuation point||1.5 - 3.6mm||1.5 - 3.6mm||1.5 - 3.6mm|
|Keycap stem||MX (cross)||MX (cross)||MX (cross)|
- wooting one keyboard
- Braided USB-A to Micro USB cable
- 1x keycap / switch puller
- 5x top plate screws
- Spare switches
- 2x Click55 Blue
- 2x Linear55 Red
Minimal system requirements:
- Windows 7/8/10 - Mac OSX - Linux
- 1 free USB port
- The internet - Optional for downloading the Wootility
Do I get Warranty?Wooting products all have a 2 year warranty and lifetime support. The warranty doesn’t go into effect until the keyboard is shipped and an invoice is issued.
What is the difference between the Wooting one and two?The Wooting one is our Tenkeyless (TKL / 80%) layout keyboard and the Wooting two is our Full-sized (FS / 100%) layout keyboard. The Wooting two uses USB type C to a regular USB-A connector and has a few minor design differences.
What is Analog input?In short every key on a Wooting keyboard can see how far you press down for analog input. Similar to how a joystick on a controller works, you can gradually control the amount of input. More info here.
Are all keys analog?Yes, all keys on a Wooting keyboard have analog input and are configurable. The analog range of Flaretech optical switches are from 1.5 to 3.6mm. The Lekker magnetic switches have an analog range of 0.1 to 3.8mm, and are available with the Lekker Edition.
Can I install different switches on the Wooting Flaretech keyboard?You can only install Flaretech switches on the Wooting one and two Flaretech keyboards. It's not possible to install Lekker Switches in a Wooting one or two Flaretech keyboard. And visa versa. Due to the different technogloy used for analog sensing.
Does the Wootility software work on my system?The Wootility is available on Windows, Mac and Linux. Xinput is not natively supported on Linux and Mac. In-game analog movement features using Xinput will not work on both these platforms. DirectInput (generic controller) and all other analog features (adjustable actuation point, etc) all work as expected.
Does the Analog input work with all games?Most games that support Xinput (Xbox controller) or Directinput (Generic controller) will also support analog input. However, some games such as Destiny, Assassin’s creed and Rainbow Six do not allow the use of 2 input devices (Keyboard, mouse and controller) at the same time.
Games that support the Wooting Analog SDK, natively support keyboard analog input.
Is there a list of supported games?Yes! However it relies on the community to update it. We are still working on a better solution.
When the keyboard works, it's great.
But the keyboard is often let down by the Wootility software. Often spend 30 minutes sitting in front of the computer after a Wootility update wondering why keys are unbound, or why the Xbox key "Y" is permanently bound to the spacebard in Analog Configuration 2. I often time myself to see how fast I can fix a Wootility issue and it usually takes 30 minutes everytime.
Its a wonderful keyboard, my first ever mechanical keyboard. but it's not a wonderful keyboard for everyone, it sort of has it niche. it can be useful to have at times and can make for wonderful videogame playtroughs, due to the analogue nature of the keyboard, allowing you to slowly move around in the game, without using a controller.
but like i said, it has it's uses. it's not for everyone, but it is really cool to mess around with.
The keyboard is really good. Analog switches which are really smooth. If game suports controller so will the analog feature work. Software is delight to use, i do hope thay are going to add bit more features.
4 stars beacuse the switches are hot-swappable which loosens up their thightnes on the PCB and analog feature will malfunction (lie a bit).
Quick fix would be to just but some tape on the side of the siwtch and back on to the board (otherwise the build quality is really good)
I love this keyboard. The switches will last forever, the design of the board itself is well thought out, and its well built. Stuff I dig:
- the switches
- detachable cord
- routable cord
- the switches!
- the wootility config app is the best keyboard app I've ever used
- the switches!!
- the holy-shit level of configurability
- the ability to just lightly press on the keys and make little noise at all
- the switches!!!
- The raised keys make it stupid easy to just compressed air and clean it
Things I don't like:
- keycaps aren't bad, but not great - ABS when PBT would have been nicer
The only thing I might trade this keyboard up for is the new Wooting with Lekker switches, which won't ever succumb to dust / schmoo like the optical switches, as they're magnetic and use the Hall effect.
This keyboard is a masterclass in design and feel, easily one of the best to use out of the box but it does have some issues that are not unique to this keyboard.
-hard wearing keycaps, very impressed with these, have lasted hundreds of hours of osu! abuse without any legend wear whatsoever
-very aesthetically pleasing
-analog usability is extremely useful and a great USP
-adjustable digital actuation point is also a fantastic feature
-Keyboard is a bit too small for my (admittedly quite large) hands, causing my wpm to suffer
-I play osu! regularly and there is horrible binding on my tapping keys after about 3 months of usage. When pressed straight down there is no binding but even slightly off center there is a noticeable clutch. Changing the switch will solve this and the keyboard does include some, but if you play rhythm games it would be prudent to stock up on some spare switches.