Keychron Keyboard Article Review - K2,K14,Q2
Keychron K2 Mechanical Keyboard With Hot-Swappable Switches Is A Great Typing Experience - by Mark Sparrow @Forbes
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“This Keychron K2 V2 mechanical keyboard ticks all the boxes. It can be used with Macs and PCs and is available with a choice of Gateron switches and a choice between white and multi-colored LEDs.”
“If you want to get into mechanical keyboards, the Keychron K2 V2 is the perfect entry point and is ideal for those of us who use Macs. Highly recommended.“
Credit to @mr.atton
"Keychron’s K14 is a good starting keyboard for anyone who doesn’t quite know what they want from a mechanical keyboard. The K14 is simple, intuitive, and has a lot of space to be fine-tuned and personalized."
"Additional keycaps for the bottom row are also included to swap between Mac and Windows legends, along with a few other colored keycaps to add highlights to the mostly-monochromatic keyboard."
Keychron K14 review: The rare Mac-ready wireless mechanical keyboard - by Scharon Harding @Ars Technica
"The result is a compact clacker with an option for white or RGB lighting and hot-swappable switches to get the exact typing feel you want."
"At $59–$99, the K14 is a good candidate for someone seeking a budget- to mid-priced wireless keyboard with mechanical switches, and it's even better for those who want Apple-ready legends."
Credit to @thexumystery
"These are typically features one might expect to see from higher-end keyboards, so it’s nice to see that Keychron has brought it over to a board that costs under $200."
"The Keychron Q2 is a fantastic keyboard for those who are new to the hobby and are trying to get into the custom scene without having to spend too much money or wait up to a year for their keyboards to arrive."
Credit to @qamaaidill
"The Keychron Q2 is a great keyboard for programming. The Gateron G Pro Brown switches on our unit help to provide an excellent, light typing experience, and the board itself feels incredibly well-built. "
"Thanks to the double-gasket design, there's a more flexible typing feel that's noticeable when you bottom out the keys or apply a bit of pressure. There's also sound-absorbing foam that helps keep the board quiet."
Credit: @Emma Bostian
It’s also the world’s first hot-swappable, low-profile, optical-switch keyboard, so you can hot-swap every switch to customize your typing experience without soldering, just pop the switch in and it’s done. With a mechanical or optical switch version, the two versions of the K3 make it suitable for home, office, light gaming or anything else you’re looking for in a keyboard that helps you get the job done.