📄️ Getting Started
Our Corne Wireless is made to make the perfect wireless keyboard. We made the following major changes to the Corne:
Installing your nice!nano is usually the first step in building your keyboard. In this guide, we'll go over the three different ways to install your nice!nano.
If you have nice!views with your build, this guide will go over installing the sockets and headers. If you don't have nice!views, you can skip this guide.
Installing the batteries is a simple but particular step. This guide will go over the positioning and installation of them.
📄️ Display Cover
The display cover helps protect your display and nice!nano from damage. In this guide, we'll go over installing the display cover.
Installing switches is a straightforward but sometimes finicky process. This guide will go over installing the switches and switch plate.
The case ties the whole build together. This guide will go over installing the case and the PCB.
Keycaps are the final step in the physical build process. This guide will go over the keycaps and how to install them.
If you're not familiar, ZMK is a wireless-focused firmware, and it powers our Corne Wireless. While it doesn't have a VIA alternative yet, it does allow you to build firmware in the cloud.