If you're in the market for a mechanical keyboard, then you may want to check out the WhiteFox, courtesy of Input Club. Compatible with PC, Linux and macOS, the accessory is undeniably clean and will provide your computer with a touch of luxury.

The compact keyboard is optioned in white with blue accents, as well as black with red detailing, each coming with custom “Halo” key switches. And thanks to an open source foundation, the accessory is fully programmable.

Currently on Kickstarter, with the campaign ending in less than a week, you can choose from one of two Halo switch styles: a lighter Halo True model or a heavier Halo Clear, which Input Club insists is closer to standard Cherry MX switches.

For more on the WhiteFox mechanical keyboard, which will run you $169 USD, follow on over to Input Club's Kickstarter.

Just last month we got a look at Apple's new $130 USD keyboard with a full numeric pad.

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