Wooting two HE - Full-size analog keyboard
The Wooting two HE delivers on the fastest possible input without fail by leveraging analog input technology and years of experience.
Each key on the Wooting two HE supports analog input, allowing per key adjustable actuation point from 0.1 to 4.0mm and unique features that opens new ways for keyboards to interact in games. Everything is customizable in the to-the-point Wootility configuration software and stored on the keyboard, not the cloud.
When you’re not gaming, you can enjoy an extremely satisfying typing experience thanks to the Lekker switches. Google us, read reviews, or join the Discord. You don’t just get a keyboard, you join a vibrant community and development team.
Master of Input speed
The Lekker switch
Tech specs & package content
Master of input speedYou’re a gamer. You need the fastest possible input delivered consistently without fail. Not just eye-blinding RGB and dissuasive promises. This is why we are the masters of input.
Adjustable actuation point
Eliminate the slowest element of input speed; the initial key press travel time. Now you have full control over your actuation point from 0.1 to 4.0mm on each key.
Configurable per 0.1mm on a per key basis, you can customize each key towards your playstyle. WASD on 0.5mm, Spacebar on 2.0mm, number row 1-4 on 1.0mm. You name, you do it.
Eliminate the next slowest element of input speed; repeated key press travel time. Rapid trigger changes the actuation and reset point on the fly. Your keys will activate when you intend to press them and reset when you intend to let go.
You can repeat a key press mid motion, at any point of the travel, without needing to surpass a fixed reset or actuation point. This is how you ascend.
Built for performance
Programmed for the fastest inputWe built the keyboard firmware from the ground up, optimized for input speed. Turn on Tachyon mode and its sole purpose will be to consistently deliver you the fastest possible input.
Engineered without compromisesTraditional keyboards adhere to cost saving matrix scanning and hide the negative impact on input speed using dissuasive marketing. Wooting keyboards read each individual key straight from the source using a smart mux design without negative impact.
Gradual inputThe Wooting two HE detects full switch motion with 0.1mm accuracy from start to end. Every single key outputs an analog signal that can be measured from 0 to 100. This allows gradual inputs that you can completely control.
Bind multiple inputs at multiple actuation points using Dynamic keystroke (DKS). This is next level macros that you control. No timers, no strings, or scripts. It’s you and your finger press that decides when, what, and how an input activates.
Take gradual control of your in-game movement similar to a joystick or trigger button. You won’t need a dedicated controller for full immersion anymore. Gradual vehicle acceleration, steering, and character movement now on your keyboard*.
You are in control.
Analog movement is available in selected games that support either Xinput or Directinput. This feature is not officially supported by game developers. Best experience is found in vehicle centred games.
The Lekker switchA contactless magnet switch powered by Hall effect sensors. No metal leaf, pins, optics, or other sensitive hardware that suffers from wear, tear, and particles. This survives the test of times and lasts millions of presses. Broke one? Just swap it out for a new one.
Its simple construction and quality build assures a frictionless linear press. There’s no bump, rub, or scratch. There’s just that linear smoothness.
The WootilityIf you’re like us, you must be pretty fed up with the bloated software from “gaming” companies. That’s why we made our own to-the-point software that we’re continuously improving. Available for MacOS, Linux, and Windows.
Wooting Analog SDKGet raw analog values from each key using the Wooting analog SDK to create integrations or applications. It’s open-source and available on our github.
How about using your Wooting keyboard as a music instrument? Wooting Analog MIDI
Remap anythingYou can map each key however you see fit over multiple layers and profiles. Swap around the control and caps lock, or come up with a whole new layout. Everything is saved on the keyboard. You’re in control.
100% - Full-size - 108/109 keys
Per key programmable RGB
Detachable USB-A to USB-C
ISO model - Optional
460 x 150mm x 39mm. Height is from table to highest point keycap on F-row.
Yes - 16MB
|SWITCH COMPARE||Lekker Linear60|
|Key end force||60cN|
|Lifespan (in clicks)||100,000,000|
|Total travel distance||0.0 - 4.0mm|
|Actuation point||0.1 - 4.0mm|
|Keycap stem||MX (cross)|
|Hot-swappable||Yes with other Lekker switches|
- Wooting two HE keyboard
- Braided USB-A to USB-C cable
- 1x keycap / switch puller
- 4x Spare Lekker switches
Minimal system requirements:
- Windows 7/8/10/11 - Mac OSX - Linux
- 1 free USB port
- The internet - Optional for downloading the Wootility
Do I get Warranty?Wooting products all have a 2 year warranty and lifetime support. The warranty doesn’t go into effect until the keyboard is shipped and an invoice is issued.
What is the difference between the Wooting two and wooting two HE?The Wooting two HE is our latest generation keyboard equipped with Lekker switches. These a magnet switches that have a larger input range than the previous generation Wooting two with Flaretech switches. The Flaretech switches are optical switches.
Furthermore, the Wooting two HE has an additional 16MB flash memory. This allows for virtually unlimited profiles and keyboard layers among other features.
What is the ISO-Blank No keycap variant?To help offer more language support in Europe, we decided to separate the keycaps on all our ISO layout Wooting two HE keyboards. This means that, regardless of the variant, you will always receive a Wooting two HE without any keycaps installed.
When you choose a language variant, for example ISO-DE, you will in addition to the keyboard without keycaps receive a German language ABS shine-through keycap set. This is the same keycap set you can find on our store.
What is Analog input?Every key on a Wooting keyboard can detect how far down you press a key for analog input. Similar to how a joystick or trigger button on a controller works, you can gradually control the amount of input from 0 to 100%. It’s an entire new input dimension that is completely configurable and doesn’t impact regular keyboard use.
Are all keys analog?Yes, each key on a Wooting keyboard has analog input and is configurable. Lekker magnet switches have an analog input range of 0.1 to 4.0mm. This is the entire switch motion range.
Can I install other switches on the Wooting two HE?You can only install Lekker switches on the Wooting two HE/Lekker Edition. It's not possible to install Flaretech or other brand switches on the Wooting two HE/Lekker Edition. It’s also not possible to install Lekker switches on other brand keyboards or Wooting one/two Flaretech keyboards.
Flaretech optical and Lekker magnet switches each require a different circuit board with specific sensor components. This makes them incompatible with each other.
What are Lekker switches?The Lekker switch is a switch with a magnet inside the stem. This magnet is detected by a Hall effect sensor on the circuit board (PCBA). By measuring the magnet force field, we are able to calculate accurate press movement.
The Lekker switch is a brand from Wooting Technologies and manufactured by Gateron. We use a custom made Hall effect sensor for the Lekker switch. This sensor is well isolated and not easily influenced by other magnets. It is possible to remove the switch from the keyboard and use a north pole magnet in close range to activate the key.
Does the Wootility software work on my system?The Wootility software is a configuration software only, and not required to operate the keyboard. It is compatible with Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
The Analog movement feature on Linux and MacOS is limited to games that support DirectInput. Xinput is a Windows’ proprietary API for Xbox controllers that is not available on other platforms.
Does the Analog input work with all games?Analog movement will only work in games that support either Xinput (Xbox controller) or DirectInput (generic controller). It is not officially supported by game developers, this might cause an unpleasant or unplayable experience. Due to strange GUI button indications or blocking keyboard/mouse input when controller input is detected.
In our experience games that include vehicle control or simulators often provide the best playable options. It often happens that game developers change the state of their games, which might start to or stop to support this type of feature.
This is why we rely on the community to keep track and share with each other their experience and setups. You’re welcome to join our Discord and ask on the #wootabase_profiles channel.
Does Dynamic keystroke work in all games?Yes. Dynamic keystroke is seen as native keyboard inputs. It’s independent from any API, controller support or PC software. You can configure DKS on all your profiles using the Wootility.
Can I really adjust the actuation point between 0.1 to 4.0mm?By default the Wooting two HE will ship with a 0.2mm starting and 0.2mm ending software configurable deadzone. An effective range of 0.3 to 3.8mm. You can remove these dead zones using the Wootility with the caution that you might have an unstable experience.
If your actuation point is 0.1mm, your key will already activate by wiggling the keycap. Without a dead zone of 0.2mm at the end of the press, your input values will change when wiggling the key around. This is simply not practical, but it is very cool.
it's my dream keyboard
The keyboard has been great so far, only thing that was a little bit hard was to set it up on Linux. And that some keycaps would come out.
The only problems I have is some individual switches randomly get scratchy (for some reason? you can replace them with spare switches anyway).
Other than that, I used this keyboard to play rhythm games like osu! and a platformer like Celeste; it works really well!
I love the Lekker switches and their linear feel and is a pretty solid product.
There are also many extra features (Rapid Trigger, DKS) that actually seem helpful for games.
The closest competitor to this is the Steelseries Apex Pro (because of Hall Effect Switches), but I'd personally opted for this one instead.
About 3 months in use.
-Amazing feel on the keys. Best I've had.
-99% Quality construction all around.
- Maybe one or two keys with slight friction when pushing down at certain angles. Ie. '3' and 'backspace', when pushed down from northwest corner of the key. But nothing that would stand out in every day use. Not sure if it's the cap or the switch, would have to investigate.
After investigation, the culprit is the switch. There are 4 replacement switches which do not have the problem (most likely a manufacturing fault tolerance issue) So fixing it should be easy if the issue starts to annoy me. But like I said, too much of a minor thing to even bother for now.