Width: 12u
22u
Height: 4u
7u
The ultra-compact 40% keyboard is used by people who don't want their fingers to move too far off the home row. The ortholinear version that has more keys than your standard 40% keyboard. Has a split spacebar instead of a 2u.
Similar to the magicforce, but with fewer keys and utilizes an extra 2.25 shift key instead of a 2.75 on the right side.
A 40% ortholinear with a numpad
The Iris keyboard from keeb.io is a compact split ergonomic keyboard with 4x6 vertically staggered keys and 3 or 4 thumb keys. A sort of spiritual successor to the ergodox.
The Vortex 40% is one of the few pre-assembled 40% keyboards you can get.
This is the signature white fox layout, backspace is moved and replaced with backslash and tilde like the HHKB.
The compact 50% ortholinear keyboard has the advantage of a full number row for those who want it, a sort of half way between between the 60% atomic and the 40% planck keybard. Standard layout with 2u spacebar
This layout is a 60% layout with 6 more keys than a standard one. It has two FN keys around the spacebar, a HHKB style top row, and an arrow cluster in the shift key.
The ultra-compact 40% keyboard is used by people who don't want their fingers to move too far off the home row. This is basically a split planck.
A split mechanical keyboard with veritcally staggered keys.
The "Standard" qwerty layout for a 40% staggered keyboard.
This is a layout compatible with the MiniVan keyboard that has a full arrow cluster.
The compact 50% ortholinear keyboard has the advantage of a full number row for those who want it, a sort of half way between between the 60% atomic and the 40% planck keybard. Has a split spacebar instead of a 2u.
A Larger version of the JD40, this JD45 layout has a lot of keys on the bottom row to make the thumb clusters more useful.
This layout (via white fox) is intended for people who really like custom keycaps. This 68% board is designed to work best with custom sets
The ultra-compact 40% keyboard is used by people who don't want their fingers to move too far off the home row. The ortholinear version that has more keys than your standard 40% keyboard. Standard layout with 2u spacebar
A Larger version of the JD40, this JD45 layout has a lot of keys on the bottom row to make the thumb clusters more useful.