Includes terms used for marketing.
- The non-split version of the Riven keyboard. Comes in two models: non-RGB and RGB
- The split version of the Riven keyboard. Comes in two models: non-RGB and RGB
- Refers to the backlit keycaps
- Proximity Sensor
- The thing that makes the battery saving feature work. The keyboard will reduce power usage when not in use
- ie: Turn off LED when not in use.
- When referring to the curvature, we are referring to the curved keyboard design. What sets this curvature apart is the ability to use standard Choc keycaps, allowing for ultra-personalization.
- Seamless is the general theme of the product. It refers to its features that make the keyboard useful across a variety of devices with minimal user configuration.
- Refers to one of the three keymap settings, or the hardware-software arrangement.
- ie: Default, M1, M2 layouts
- Refers to the two user-activated keymaps using meta keys (triangle and square symbol).
- They can be referred to as raising, or lowering the layer.
- Without F-keys, a user would hold down a meta key to access the F-keys from the number keys by default.
- Rotary Encoder/Rotary Dial
- Rotary dial on the left side of the keyboard used to control system functions such as volume and screen brightness