The differences between the Wooting 60HE and Two HE
So you've decided that a Wooting keyboard is what you want. But which keyboard is right for you? You can clearly see the form-factor is different, but is it also technically different?
Let makes those things clear for you!
The 2HE has slightly higher latency, because it has more keys to scan. It does however have a focus mode, which lets a segment the keys match the 60HE and the rest to have higher latency as a tradeoff.
Another difference between the 60HE and 2He is modding capacity, if you are interested in that. The 60HE can be put into other 3rd party cases that follow the same standard, full size keyboards like the 2HE don't really have a standard, so you'd have to make your own custom case instead.
60HE vs Two HE - What is different?
61 keys ANSI
62 keys ISO
108 keys ANSI
109 keys ISO
|Switches||L60 standard installed, compatible with our L45 switches||L60 standard installed, compatible with our L45 switches|
|Angle||6 degree (fixed angle)||
4 degree (standard)
10 degree (with feet)
|Spill resistant PCB||✅||✅|
|Case material||ABS bottom case||ABS bottom and top case|
|Switch plate||Steel (polycarbonate upgrade available)||Steel|
|Latency||2ms (1ms with tachyon mode)||2ms (1ms with tachyon focus mode)|
|NKRO / Anti-ghosting||✅||✅|
|Adjustable actuation point||✅||✅|
|Warranty||4 years (2 years on LED)||2 years|
|Supports 3rd party cases||✅Check this compatibility article||❌|
|Weight||605 gram / 1.33 pounds||950 gram / 2.09 pounds|
30.2 x 11.6 x 3.8 cm
11.89 x 4.53 x 1.5 inch
46 x 15 x 3.9 cm
18.11 x 5.9 x 1.5 inch
|Box dimensions and weight||35x17x5cm and 1.1kg||47x21x5cm and 1.5kg|