Paradigm ASK55 Pre-Launch IC
The ASK55 is an Alps-compatible, 14.5u keyboard which offers support for the M0116, M0118, M0330, Mac Portable, Apple IIc, Apple IIc Plus and both NeXT (non-ADB) layouts.

A complete kit is estimated to cost between $350 and $550. A kit includes/requires a case bottom, case top, plate and PCB. Polycarbonate kits will be cheaper than aluminium kits. This price does not include shipping from the UK.

Individual components will also be available (e.g. you will be able to buy a PCB on its own).

Group buy information and project updates can be found at https://paradigm.parts/articles/ask55-faq.

Product information, renders and photos can be found at https://paradigm.parts/projects/ask55.
How many QMK, Alps-compatible, 14.5u PCBs are you interested in? *
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In total, regardless of layout, how many brushed stainless steel plates are you interested in?
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In total, regardless of layout, how many brushed brass plates are you interested in?
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