Keychron Keyboard Article Review - Q1,M1,K2

Keychron Q1 review: Heavy-duty key customization for Mac pros - by Glenn Fleishman @Macworld

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" The keyboard’s case is a highly produced piece of aluminum: milled by CNC, anodized, sandblasted—it’s fancy looking, nice to the touch, likely to last through winters and wars, and heavy. "

" For average typists and even mechanical keyboards lovers, the Keychron Q1 is likely overkill. But it’s quite pleasing to look at, nice to type on, and offers a lot of customizability to grow into at every level of its design. "

Love Keychron keyboards? Behold the company ’s first mouse! - by David Snow @Cult of Mac

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“The M1 is customizable. You can program the device’s buttons however you’d like with macros or custom functions. Along the mouse’s side, an RGB light bar can be customized with five light effects pre-programmed into its onboard memory. "

“ Keychron promoted the fact that users can customize the M1 without any drivers or software to install. Two dedicated buttons on the bottom of the mouse control lights and DPI setting. "

Keychron Debuts Their First-Ever Mouse - by Tyler Lee @ubergizmo

“ The Keychron M1 comes in both white and black options and is priced at $39, which is admittedly a pretty good deal for its specs and features. "

“ The mouse features a 16,000 DPI sensor that’s higher than your average mouse and puts it on par with other gaming mice in the market. "

Keychron's first mouse is just as slim and powerful as you'd expect - by Matt Wille @InputMag

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“ Keychron, one of the hottest keyboard-makers around, is releasing its first-ever mouse. The M1 mouse is equipped with the “strongest, most competitive grade” sensor chip available on the market, and, yes, it’s packed with stylized RGB light effects. "

“ The M1 is, in Keychron tradition, quite customizable. The mouse’s keys can be programmed however you’d like with macros or custom functions. "

I bought this mechanical keyboard made for Macs - and you should, too - by Jordan Palmer @tom’guide

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“The Keychron K2 had everything I wanted: Bluetooth and wired, 75% Mac layout, and a choice between Gateron Brown, Blue, or Red switches, all for under $100. "

“ If you're on a Mac and want a wireless mechanical keyboard experience without any hassle, I highly recommend checking out the Keychron K2. It's the best purchase I've made so far in 2021. "

Keychron K3 Keyboard——by Ben Dahl @COOL MATERIAL Nov 2020

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.