Keychron Keyboard Video Review - January 2024
⌨️ Holy Clacks! This Is Our New Favorite Keyboard! Keychron Q1 Max Hands On - by ETA PRIME
"This thing blew all of my expectations out of the water - CNC aluminum body, double gasket design, hot-swappable switches, and KSA PBT keycaps. It functions over USB but also has Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz technology."
MAX Comparison: Keychron 75% Showdown (Q1 + V1) - by Jake Reeves
"The new MAX lineup from Keychron is poised to offer excellent value, but I suspect many will be conflicted about whether to settle with the plastic V1 Max or upgrade to the aluminum Q1 Max. In this video, I explore all the differences I could find from 1-month of using both."
10 Home Office Desk Accessories You NEED to See - by Josh Fenn
"If you're transitioning from normal membrane keyboards and want to step your way into something like that, or if you're someone who's really into mechanical keyboards and wants something that would be great for travel, I think that's where this keyboard would shine."like the split 75 they've got it all."
I was WRONG about Fingertip Mice (SHOCKING) ft. Keychron M4 - by boardzy
" I finally found a good fingertip grip mouse shape, the Keychron M4. Shockingly it comes from Keychron and not an enthusiast mouse company."
Keychron V1 Max Review - The New Budget King - by SemiPro Tech+Gear
"This is a budget-friendly keyboard with an all-plastic build, but you're getting QMK firmware, VIA customization, a gasket mount PCB, 2.4 GHz with 1,000 Hz polling, two different 2.4 GHz receivers, Gateron switches, and pretty good battery life - all fantastic for a price of $94."
iPad Minimalist Desk Setup - by Christopher Lawley
"The keyboard itself supports a wired mode, a Bluetooth mode, and a wireless USB dongle as well. Typically, big metal keyboards like this have issues with Bluetooth, such as not working very well. However, I haven't had a single issue with this keyboard."
Going from Magic Keyboard ➡️ Mechanical Keyboard! - by Stephen Robles
"That's a lot of customization, but if you really enjoy typing on a mechanical keyboard and that sound, mapping those keys so they're more like your regular keyboard, whether that's a magic keyboard or something else, will really help the process. And the last thing, if you're going to try a mechanical keyboard, I would recommend giving it at least two weeks. It took me that full two weeks to finally feel comfortable on the mechanical keyboard and enjoy typing, and feel like I don't need to go back to the magic keyboard anymore."
Take Control - Keychron Q60 Max - by Code to the Moon
"A review of the Keychron Q60 Max Keyboard. It uses the HHKB (Happy Hacking) layout which makes quite a few common sense improvements over traditional keyboard layouts."
KeyChron Q5 Max Mechanical Keyboard Review-Customizable and Built - by Gamer Heaven
"I do like the shape of the KSA double-shot PBT keycaps. They have the perfect typing position, with a little dip and a little halfpipe that's going to cup your fingertips and make typing a real breeze. You generally don't see these on compact keyboards like 60% or even 75%, but since this is almost a full size at 96%, you get those niceties."
Keychron K3 MAX - Is this a good creative mechanical keyboard? - by ArtIsRight
"It is one of those where you can get a pre-built mechanical keyboard with a lot of customization options, depending on what you want to use and how you want your keyboard to feel. You can choose it down to these very specific details. From there, you can go in and customize these keyboards to your exact liking and also export those options outs."
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