No. 1/60 and No. 1/65 are an evolution of the original No. 1 tenkeyless design. While they share an external aesthetic with that original design, the keyboard internals have been reworked.
Overview: Available as a 60% or 65% form-factor keyboard with a 9° typing angle. Common ANSI layouts supported. Plate is sandwich-mounted between rubber gaskets. USB-C PCB is programmable using the VIA Configurator for on-the-fly keymap configuration.
Fully-isolated gasket mount: The No. 1 TKL used rubber gaskets to ensure the plate was properly sandwiched between the two case halves. The new internal design takes this a step further, using twelve rubber gaskets on each side of the plate so that no part of the plate/PCB assembly comes into contact with the case. A vibration-dampening rubber has been chosen to dissipate vibrations that occur naturally as you type.
Programmable PCB: Uses the new WT60-A and WT65-A PCB designed by Wilba, creator of the Zeal60. Feature a separate USB-C daugherboard connected to the main PCB through a cable that's routed through the case bottom. Keymaps can be programmed on-the-fly using the VIA Configurator. Launch the application with your No. 1/60 or No. 1/65 already plugged in, then select the layout closest to yours and begin assigning new keys.