Keychron Keyboards Article Review - K2、K4、K6
All in all, the K2 is everything I wanted in a tenkeyless keyboard and more. Sleek, portable, and an overall joy to use, it's a keyboard that would find a home in any office or on any desk. It's stunning, with a build quality and battery life to match. Whether $89 is a good price is something I can't really decide for another person, but I can tell you this is something I've had no issue recommending to friends and family. It really just ticks all the right boxes.
The Keychron K4 is an overall decent wireless mechanical keyboard for most uses. It's a keyboard that can be configured with your preferred type of switches. Our unit is fitted with LK Optical Brown switches, which provide a good amount of tactility without producing much noise, making it a good option for use in quiet office settings. It's well-built, it has backlighting, and since it's a Bluetooth keyboard, it can be used with a wide range of devices. You can choose to have a plastic or full aluminum frame, and there's also an option with full RGB backlighting. Unfortunately, it doesn't have any programmable keys, doesn't come with a wrist rest, and there's no customization software. On the bright side, it has a multi-device pairing feature that lets you pair up to three devices at the same time, and it comes with keycaps for Windows and macOS.
The K6 is absolutely packed with features and Keychron has made it possible to customize many parts of the keyboard including the base, backlighting, and switch type. The keyboard has both Bluetooth wireless and wired options. In addition, you can also choose if you want a keyboard with a hotswappable PCB, which means you can swap out the switch to whatever type you want.
Mac users, this is your time to rejoice. Like the K2, this keyboard will have full compatibility with Apple products. There is a sliding button located on the side of the keyboard to activate whether the keyboard will be used with an Apple or Windows computer.