Keychron Keyboard Article Review - July 2021

Keychron Keyboard Article Review - July 2021
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"We do have something that truly stands out amongst mechanical keyboards - the Keychron K3, a design that goes against most mechanical keyboard design norms."
"Another interesting feature of these switches is that they can be hot-swapped and mixed, with Keychron offering each pack of 84 switches for just $19."

"Things get really cool when you get to the part where you pick your switches though, with both Gateron low-profile mechanical switches and their optical counterparts offered."
"The new keyboard is a 65% compact design that supports both Bluetooth and cabled operation, with support for up to three devices being paired at any one time."

"Many users just want the experience of typing on mechanical switches in a svelter package that doesn't take up a ton of desk space and fits better in a backpack. The K7 does just that."
"This board is also hot-swappable, which means the switches are easily removable and can be replaced with other compatible switches."

"The K7 features a 65% compact design, meaning it has 65% of a full keyboard layout. That makes it portable. Keychron designed and built it to have a low profile as well as scads of possible customizations."
"The new keyboard supports both Bluetooth and wired operation and plays well in both macOS and Windows environments."

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"Moreover, if you're a Mac user, get the K2 V2 instead of spending your hard-earned money on a keyboard that is anything but magical."
"So by default, the K2 V2 comes with the Mac keycaps, and you can always take out the keys and replace them with the Windows one."