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BakenekoGO

Portable, lightweight, wireless.

In stock soon, starting at only $80.

BakenekoGO takes the proven Bakeneko60 design, and uses high quality injected polycarbonate for durability and weight reduction. The ZMK powered PCB allows for wire-free connectivity, and when used regularly will last over a month on a single charge.

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BakenekoGO

Portable, lightweight, wireless.

In stock soon, starting at only $80.

BakenekoGO takes the proven Bakeneko60 design, and uses high quality injected polycarbonate for durability and weight reduction. The ZMK powered PCB allows for wire-free connectivity, and when used regularly will last over a month on a single charge.

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BakenekoGO

by CannonKeys

Available in Clear Frosted and Soft Touch Black.

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Launching soon. Starting at only $80.

  • Polycarbonate BakenekoGO case
  • Hotswap wireless PCB
  • FR4 universal plate
  • 200 mAh battery
  • C4 daughterboard
  • Molex cable
  • 50A O-ring gasket
  • Custom silicone feet
  • Cherry clip-In stabilizers
  • USB-A to USB-C cable
  • 60% layout
  • BT and BLE connectivity
  • O-Ring gasket mount
  • Universal ANSI plate layout
  • 6° typing angle
  • ZMK-enabled PCB
  • RGB underglow
  • 625g built (aprx)
  • 310g unbuilt (aprx)

Hotswap Wireless PCB Layout

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Universal Plate Layout

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BakenekoGO Internals

Keycaps and switches sold separately.

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Want to see the BakenekoGO in action? We have content coming soon from the following creators!

  • Alexotos
  • Gymleadernathan
  • TimKeyLess
  • Maker Mods
  • Keebnewb
  • Enomooshiki
  • MechMerlin
  • Apiary
  • Xinxinwong
  • Nainaigogo
  • MMORPG
  • Lightning
  • Merkeebs
  • Edward Tanujaya

Extended battery life. Lightweight.
Open source.

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ZMK is an open source firmware built specifically for custom wireless keyboards. It is incredibly power efficient, allowing you to get the most out of your battery. We estimate that with normal use and RGB off, you should be able to get at least a month out of the included battery per charge. Like QMK, ZMK lets you customize your keymap and so much more.

ZMK (Stock)

  • Completely open source
  • 200 mAh battery
  • Active use with RGB turned off*

800+

hours of battery life

QMK (Keychron, highly optimized)

  • Partially open source
  • 4000 mAh battery
  • Active use with RGB turned off*

180

hours of battery life

*ZMK battery life estimated using ZMK battery profiler with 0 downtime, assuming lab settings. Keychron estimated using their "Wireless Working Time" parameter. Real world use cases may vary.

ZMK Studio

ZMK Studio is an upcoming project being developed to act as a real time keymapping software, similar to VIA. This will allow you to change your keymap on the fly. To track development or show support for this project, check out the links below.

FAQ

Q: Will BakenekoGO be QMK/VIA compatible?
A: BakenekoGO will use ZMK firmware and ZMK Studio when released. These are similar to QMK and VIA, but designed for wireless PCBs. Continue reading for more information on ZMK.

Q: Can I buy the wireless PCB for my aluminum CannonKeys Bakeneko60?
A: Yes! We have tested the new wireless PCB in our original Bakeneko60 case and it works great. We will be selling the PCB and battery on their own with the launch of BakenekoGO.

Q: What colors will be available?
A: Frosted Polycarbonate and Soft Touch Black.

Q: Is there going to be a 65% BakenekoGO?
A: While we don't currently have one planned, we can consider it in the future. However...we do have a new and exciting 65% wireless injection molded keyboard planned for the very near future. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to learn details on that project!

Q: Will there be ISO support?
A: ISO Support is not currently planned.

Q: Does BakenekoGO have any RGB lighting?
A: BakenekoGO has RGB underglow, however due to power draw we recommend only using it when plugged in. Battery life will be significantly shorter with the RGB on.

Q: I want to use X plate, will it work with BakenekoGO?
A: If a plate works with our original Bakeneko60, it will work with BakenekoGO! Due to the wireless capabilities of the GO, we recommend using non-metalic plate materials to keep the signal strength strong.

Q: Why ZMK over QMK?
A: Put plainly, QMK lacks what we would consider functional open source BT and BLE support. On the flip side, ZMK is wireless first, superbly power efficient, and completely open source. With a GUI keymap editor coming soon, we are extremely excited to be backing the ZMK project and using it in our keyboards.

BakenekoGO

by CannonKeys

Available in Clear Frosted and Soft Touch Black.

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Launching soon. Starting at only $80.

  • Polycarbonate BakenekoGO case
  • Hotswap wireless PCB
  • FR4 universal plate
  • 200 mAh battery
  • C4 daughterboard
  • Molex cable
  • 50A O-Ring gasket
  • Custom silicone feet
  • Cherry clip-In Stabilizers
  • USB-A to USB-C cable
  • 60% layout
  • BT and BLE connectivity
  • O-Ring gasket mount
  • FR4 universal plate
  • 6° typing angle
  • ZMK-enabled PCB
  • RGB underglow
  • 625g built (aprx)
  • 310g unbuilt (aprx)

Hotswap Wireless PCB Layout

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Universal Plate Layout

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BakenekoGO Internals

Keycaps and switches sold separately.

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Bakeneko GO_Exploded BG.jpg__PID:8e4a3f6d-d811-48c6-93a7-1e8aabcb803e
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Want to see the BakenekoGO in action? We have content coming soon from the following creators!

  • Alexotos
  • Gymleadernathan
  • TimKeyLess
  • Maker Mods
  • Keebnewb
  • Enomooshiki
  • MechMerlin
  • Apiary
  • Xinxinwong
  • Nainaigogo
  • MMORPG
  • Lightning
  • Merkeebs
  • Edward Tanujaya

Extended battery life.
Lightweight.
Open source.

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ZMK is an open source firmware built specifically for custom wireless keyboards. It is incredibly power efficient, allowing you to get the most out of your battery. We estimate that with normal use and RGB off, you should be able to get at least a month out of the included battery per charge. Like QMK, ZMK lets you customize your keymap and so much more.

ZMK
(Stock)

  • Completely open source
  • 200 mAh battery
  • Active use with RGB turned off*

800+

hours of battery life

QMK
(Keychron, highly optimized)

  • Partially open source
  • 4000 mAh battery
  • Active use with RGB turned off*

180

hours of battery life

*ZMK battery life estimated using ZMK battery profiler with 0 downtime, assuming lab settings. Keychron estimated using their "Wireless Working Time" parameter. Real world use cases may vary.

ZMK Studio

ZMK Studio is an upcoming project being developed to act as a real time keymapping software, like VIA. This will allow you to change your keymap on the fly. To track development or show support for this project, check out the links below.

FAQ

Q: Will BakenekoGO be QMK/VIA compatible?
A: BakenekoGO will use ZMK firmware, and ZMK Studio when released. These are similar to QMK and VIA, but designed for wireless PCBs. Continue reading for more information on ZMK.

Q: Can I buy the wireless PCB for my aluminum CannonKeys Bakeneko60?
A: Yes! We have tested the new wireless PCB in our original Bakeneko60 case and it works great. We will be selling the PCB and battery on their own with the launch of BakenekoGO.

Q: What colors will be available?
A: Frosted Polycarbonate and Soft Touch Black.

Q: Is there going to be a 65% BakenekoGO?
A: While we don't currently have one planned, we can consider it in the future. However...we do have a new and exciting 65% wireless injection molded keyboard planned for the very near future. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to learn details on that project!

Q: Will there be ISO support?
A: ISO Support is not currently planned.

Q: Does BakenekoGO have any RGB lighting?
A: BakenekoGO has RGB underglow, however due to power draw we recommend only using it when plugged in. Battery life will be significantly shorter with the RGB on.

Q: I want to use X plate, will it work with BakenekoGO?
A: If a plate works with our original Bakeneko60, it will work with BakenekoGO! Due to the wireless capabilities of the GO, we recommend using non-metalic plate materials to keep the signal as strong as possible.

Q: Why ZMK over QMK?
A: Put plainly, QMK lacks what we would consider functional open source BT and BLE support. On the flip side, ZMK is wireless first, superbly power efficient, and completely open source. With a GUI keymap editor coming soon, we are extremely excited to be backing the ZMK project and using it in our keyboards.

BakenekoGO

by CannonKeys

Available in Clear Frosted and Soft Touch Black.

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variant-soft-black.png__PID:0942b060-22ef-480b-9c1d-d54429744495

Coming soon to CK, in stock starting at only $80.

  • Polycarbonate BakenekoGO case
  • Hotswap wireless PCB
  • FR4 universal plate
  • 200 mAh battery
  • C4 daughterboard
  • Molex cable
  • 50A O-Ring gasket
  • Custom silicone feet
  • Cherry clip-In Stabilizers
  • USB-A to USB-C cable
  • 60% layout
  • Bluetooth™ connectivity
  • O-Ring gasket mount
  • FR4 universal plate
  • 6° typing angle
  • ZMK-enabled PCB
  • RGB underglow
  • 625g built (aprx)
  • 310g built (aprx)

Hotswap Wireless PCB Layout

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Universal Plate Layout

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BakenekoGO Internals

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Want to see the BakenekoGO in action? We have content coming soon from the following creators!

  • Alexotos
  • Gymleadernathan
  • TimKeyLess
  • Maker Mods
  • Keebnewb
  • Enomooshiki
  • MechMerlin
  • Apiary
  • Xinxinwong
  • Nainaigogo
  • MMORPG
  • Lightning
  • Merkeebs
  • Edward Tanujaya
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FAQ

Q: Will BakenekoGO be QMK/VIA compatible?
A: BakenekoGO will use ZMK firmware, and ZMK Studio when released. These are similar to QMK and VIA, but designed for wireless PCBs. Continue reading for more information on ZMK.

Q: Can I buy the wireless PCB for my aluminum CannonKeys Bakeneko60?
A: Yes! We have tested the new wireless PCB in our original Bakeneko60 case and it works great. We will be selling the PCB and battery on their own with the launch of BakenekoGO.

Q: What colors will be available?
A: Frosted Polycarbonate and Soft Touch Black.

Q: Is there going to be a 65% BakenekoGO?
A: While we don't currently have one planned, we can consider it in the future. However...we do have a new and exciting 65% wireless injection molded keyboard planned for the very near future. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to learn details on that project!

Q: Will there be ISO support?
A: ISO Support is not currently planned.

Q: Does BakenekoGO have any RGB lighting?
A: BakenekoGO has RGB underglow, however due to power draw we recommend only using it when plugged in. Battery life will be signifigantly shorter with the RGB on.

Q: I want to use X plate, will it work with BakenekoGO?
A: If a plate works with our original Bakeneko60, it will work with BakenekoGO! Due to the wireless capabilities of the GO, we recommend using non-metalic plate materials to keep the signal as strong as possible. 

Powered by ZMK

ZMK is an open source firmware built specifically for custom wireless keyboards. It is incredibly power efficient, allowing you to get the most out of your battery. We estimate that with normal use and RGB off, you should be able to get at least a month out of the included battery per charge. Like QMK, ZMK lets you customize your keymap and so much more.

ZMK Studio

ZMK Studio is an upcoming project being developed to act as a real time keymapping software, like VIA. This will allow you to change your keymap on the fly. To track development or show support for this project, check out the links below.

BakenekoGO

by CannonKeys

Available in Clear Frosted and Soft Touch Black.

variant-frosted.png__PID:b06022ef-880b-4c1d-9544-29744495424e
variant-soft-black.png__PID:0942b060-22ef-480b-9c1d-d54429744495

Launching soon. Starting at only $80.

  • Polycarbonate BakenekoGO case
  • Hotswap wireless PCB
  • FR4 universal plate
  • 200 mAh battery
  • C4 daughterboard
  • Molex cable
  • 50A O-ring gasket
  • Custom silicone feet
  • Cherry clip-In stabilizers
  • USB-A to USB-C cable
  • 60% layout
  • Bluetooth™ connectivity
  • O-Ring gasket mount
  • Universal ANSI plate layout
  • 6° typing angle
  • ZMK-enabled PCB
  • RGB underglow
  • 625g built (aprx)
  • 310g unbuilt (aprx)

Hotswap Wireless PCB Layout

bakeneko-go-pcb-layout-rev.png__PID:4db053a2-7072-478f-8256-a597f0952957

Universal Plate Layout

Bakeneko60_Plate_KLE_rev.png__PID:53a27072-078f-4256-a597-f095295702b7

BakenekoGO Internals

Bakeneko GO_Side Explosion.jpg__PID:3f6dd811-f8c6-43a7-9e8a-abcb803ef39c
Bakeneko GO_Exploded BG.jpg__PID:8e4a3f6d-d811-48c6-93a7-1e8aabcb803e

Want to see the BakenekoGO in action? We have content coming soon from the following creators!

  • Alexotos
  • Gymleadernathan
  • TimKeyLess
  • Maker Mods
  • Keebnewb
  • Enomooshiki
  • MechMerlin
  • Apiary
  • Xinxinwong
  • Nainaigogo
  • MMORPG
  • Lightning
  • Merkeebs
  • Edward Tanujaya
backpack-tall.png__PID:95367d0b-126b-4971-a957-7f460abe9403

Extended battery life. Lightweight.
Open source.

zmk_logo.png__PID:4dd8420f-160f-4c81-ae13-265b8883c289

ZMK is an open source firmware built specifically for custom wireless keyboards. It is incredibly power efficient, allowing you to get the most out of your battery. We estimate that with normal use and RGB off, you should be able to get at least a month out of the included battery per charge. Like QMK, ZMK lets you customize your keymap and so much more.

ZMK (Stock)

  • Completely open source
  • 200 mAh lipo battery
  • No lighting
  • Actively being used 12 hours a day

1700

hours of battery

QMK (Keychron, highly optimized)

  • Partially open source
  • 4000 mAh lipo battery
  • No lighting
  • "Wireless Working Time"

180

hours of battery

ZMK Studio

ZMK Studio is an upcoming project being developed to act as a real time keymapping software, similar to VIA. This will allow you to change your keymap on the fly. To track development or show support for this project, check out the links below.

FAQ

Q: Will BakenekoGO be QMK/VIA compatible?
A: BakenekoGO will use ZMK firmware and ZMK Studio when released. These are similar to QMK and VIA, but designed for wireless PCBs. Continue reading for more information on ZMK.

Q: Can I buy the wireless PCB for my aluminum CannonKeys Bakeneko60?
A: Yes! We have tested the new wireless PCB in our original Bakeneko60 case and it works great. We will be selling the PCB and battery on their own with the launch of BakenekoGO.

Q: What colors will be available?
A: Frosted Polycarbonate and Soft Touch Black.

Q: Is there going to be a 65% BakenekoGO?
A: While we don't currently have one planned, we can consider it in the future. However...we do have a new and exciting 65% wireless injection molded keyboard planned for the very near future. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to learn details on that project!

Q: Will there be ISO support?
A: ISO Support is not currently planned.

Q: Does BakenekoGO have any RGB lighting?
A: BakenekoGO has RGB underglow, however due to power draw we recommend only using it when plugged in. Battery life will be signifigantly shorter with the RGB on.

Q: I want to use X plate, will it work with BakenekoGO?
A: If a plate works with our original Bakeneko60, it will work with BakenekoGO! Due to the wireless capabilities of the GO, we recommend using non-metalic plate materials to keep the signal strength strong.

Q: Why ZMK over QMK?
A: ZMK is wireless first, superbly power efficient, and completely open source. With a GUI keymap editor coming soon while being completely open source, we are extremely excited to be backing this project and using it in our keyboards.