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Name: KT108 keyboard

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Name: KT108 keyboard

Purchased here: https://aliexpress.com/item/1005002412808760.html

It currently shows up as "Winbond Electronics Corp. Gaming Keyboard".

davidebeatrici

2021-05-22 00:59:13

The brand seems to be WIANXP, they created a YouTube channel and uploaded a video showcasing the keyboard on 13th May:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCie7dAJdB53KT_AD8tQCELw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSdOjt3w_oo

davidebeatrici

2021-05-22 01:13:39

Name: Gaming Keyboard

My Pulsar "PCMK ISO TKL Keyboard Barebone" has the same IDs (and lsusb -v says iProduct is "Gaming Keyboard").
The product page is https://www.pulsar.gg/products/pcmk-iso-tkl - they also have an ANSI version which I assume has the same IDs - maybe their other keyboards also use it.

Most probably both Pulsar and WIANXP (and likely others) just use the same chip for USB devices from Winbond/Nuvoton and didn't bother with setting their own Vendor ID and Product ID in the firmware (probably base/example code for that is provided by the chip vendor) - maybe they don't even have an own USB Vendor ID assigned.

As a side-note, the chip on my keyboard seems to be NUC121SC2AE: https://www.nuvoton.com/products/microcontrollers/arm-cortex-m0-mcus/nuc121-125-series/


Anyway, I'd suggest using the generic "Gaming Keyboard" name, as 0416:b23c is neither specific to the WIANXP KT108, nor to WIANXP, but as far as I can tell it's only used for keyboards that are marketed towards gamers.

DGibson

2021-10-27 16:54:59

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