Nathan Kim, aka Taeha Types, is at the forefront of the custom mechanical keyboard scene. He has found a unique niche that combines bespoke product design with a growing interest in the broader gaming community for high-end, personalized keyboards. Online streaming of his high-priced keyboard builds featuring rare and limited-run components has led to designing custom accessories for some of the top video game players in the world, including Fortnite superstar Turner “Tfue” Tenney. We visited Nathan’s home studio in Corona, CA to talk about this fast-growing online community.
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