Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Gateron Mechanical red switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Gateron Mechanical blue switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Gateron Mechanical brown switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron Optical Mechanical red switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron Optical Mechanical blue switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron Optical Mechanical brown switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron Optical Mechanical banana switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron Optical Mechanical mint switches with White backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Gateron  Mechanical red switches with RGB backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Gateron  Mechanical blue switches with RGB backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Gateron  Mechanical brown switches with RGB backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron  optical red switches with RGB backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron  optical blue switches with RGB backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron  optical brown switches with RGB backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron  optical banana switches with RGB backlit
Keychron K7 65-percent ultra-slim compact wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac Windows Hot-swappable low-profile Keychron  optical mint switches with RGB backlit

Keychron K7 Ultra-slim Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

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We have shipped most of the pre-orders. We will resume shipping on October 7th after the national holidays, and all orders will be shipped out by October 15th.

Keychron K7 Wireless mechanical keyboard has included keycaps for both Windows and macOS, and users can hotswap every switch in seconds with the hot-swappable version.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
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André Müller
Great keyboard for a long-term laptop keyboard user!

I've been using my new Keychron K7 with optical banana switches and white backlight for a few weeks now.

It's been almost 20 years since I last used a mechanical keyboard and I was a bit skeptical about whether I should make the switch back to a mechanical KB after having used only Thinkpad keyboards (mainly the external one) in the last 8 years and low profile Cherry membrane boards before that. I also finally decided to switch to the ANSI-QWERTY layout after more than 20 years on ISO-QUERTZ keyboards.

To sum up my experience so far: typing is a real pleasure and I think I won't go back to a membrane keyboard any time soon.

The first positive surprise was the build quality of the K7; it's quite sturdy and doesn't feel cheap at all. The early bump tactile switches feel more similar to the Thinkpad or Apple keyboard keys than linear mechanical switches, only the travel is of course larger on the K7. The noise level of the banana switches is acceptable and the force needed to press them down is just right for me.
At first I thought that the keycap label font was a bit too thin and too small but I like it a lot now, especially with the backlight set to a steady 50% glow.

My biggest critique is the lack of a right control key and mapping the right alt key to control feels weird to me. I would love to have the option for the 'fn2' key to act as a control key substitute, at least in combination with the letter keys.
Although I'm using Sharpkeys to map CapsLock to ESC (more convenient for VIM) and AutoHotkey for some other application-specific mappings, I would really appreciate a dedicated key (re-)mapping software from Keychron, especially if it enabled mappings that include 'fn1' and 'fn2'.

M
Mike van Diepen
Great but not amazing

I usually never write reviews but this keyboard is something else, the optical (hot swappable) switches are incredible, they are quiet, very easy on the hands and not too cramped. The only downside is that as a developer I find the keyboard a bit too small.

If Keychron would release a slightly larger keyboard with the same specs and hot-swappable optical switches I'd jump on it directly.

J
James Henry
It's a good "budget" option

This keyboard isn't cheap, but other boards that are low profile and have similar form factors tend to go for a much higher price. I like this keyboard overall, but it has two issues that would make me reconsider buying again in the future. The first issue is the fact that this keyboard goes to sleep after somewhere around 5 to 10 minutes. It's only really annoying since it takes 5 seconds for it to wake up each time, but that's mostly due to Bluetooth. My mouse is wireless, but has a wireless dongle. It goes to sleep after 1 minute and wakes back up almost instantly. The second issue is that the battery life is awful. The whole reason I went wireless for the keyboard was so that I didn't have to deal with an annoying cable. I've had to plug this keyboard in to charge 3 times since I got it a few days ago. Maybe I got a crappy unit as no other reviews I have read have had these issues. I really like this keyboard for the main experience though. I got the banana switches and they feel great to type on and the lighting isn't too dim or too harsh. The form factor is something I had to get used to as this is my first 65% keyboard, but it only took me 20 minutes to become comfortable enough to use with confidence. Honestly I wanted to give this board a 5 star, but these 2 issues really are a pain to deal with.

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LianMang Siang
Brilliant and Awesome keyboard

This is my first mechanical keyboard. I bought the red Geteron one, the sound, the tactile feedback and the typing experience is so good that I can't express in word. I don't know how long the battery will last without backlight but I think it would last for at least three days which is reasonable for the price and the form-factor.

E
Ezra Dudden
I'm happy with it

This is my first mechanical keyboard in a while. I got is because I wanted something low profile and low travel and at a reasonable price. Historically I've been using a standard laptop keyboards or the AZ basics chiclet keyboard. I had a cheap brown switch full size mechanical keyboard I never really liked.

I like the mint switches on this, but probably should have gotten the bananas, I can change that later if I really want though, they are a little heavy for gaming, but I like them for general typing.

I am still getting used to the layout and making lots of typos, but I always do that and will get more consistent as I get used to it, but no real complaints. I have not used Bluetooth yet, so can't comment on that.

We have shipped most of the pre-orders. We will resume shipping on October 7th after the national holidays, and all orders will be shipped out by October 15th.The K7 has included keycaps for both Windows and Mac operating systems.

World’s first 65% ultra-slim wireless mechanical keyboard

KEYCHRON K7

Hot-swappable option | Low-profile optical & Gateron switches | 65% layout

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Keychron low profile Optical Gateron low profile mechanical switch red blue brown white black orange desktop

Incorporating the world’s first hot-swappable low profile Gateron switches to customize per-key typing experience with ease, together with all signature Keychron features.

FEATURES

WIRELESS AND WIRED

Be ready to multitask without missing a beat by connecting the K7 with up to 3 devices via the stable Broadcom Bluetooth 5.1  and switch between your laptop, tablet and phone seamlessly. You can also connect the K7 to your computer with a type-c cable. 

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Keychron low profile Optical and Gateron low profile mechanical switch desktop setup

ULTRA-SLIM

The redesigned low profile switch is 40% slimmer than conventional switches, while still providing an impeccable and consistent typing experience.

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Ultra-slim body

Together with the reinforced aluminum body makes the K7 one of the thinnest wireless mechanical keyboards in the world.

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Ultra-slim body

SUITABLE FOR ALL DEVICES

Designed for both macOS and Windows. Keychron is one of only a few in the market that comes with a Mac multimedia keys layout for Mac enthusiasts (high-res keycap layout and size here). For Linux users, we also have a dedicated user group to help with the experience.

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Keychron low profile Optical and Gateron low profile mechanical switch alternative keycaps

Engineered with two adjustable feet levels and curved keycaps to provide long-lasting ergonomic typing support.

HOT-SWAPPABLE

Imagine getting a clicky response on big keys, linear feel on modifier keys, and tactile feedback on characters, make it happen now with our hot-swappable functionality on the Keychron K7 low-profile optical version. The K7 is the first-ever low-profile Gateron keyboard that offers a hot-swappable option.

You can easily hot-swap every switch to customize your typing experience on the K7 without soldering. *Hot-swappable feature is available for Low Profile Keychron Optical switch and Low Profile Gateron Mechanical (Hot-swappable) versions only.

MECHANICAL OR OPTICAL?

The low-profile switches trimmed down the nonessentials of normal profile switches without sacrificing their typing experience, the K7 provides an impeccable and consistent typing performance, whether you prefer linear (Red), clicky (Blue), or something in between (Brown, Banana, Mint).

Low-Profile Mechanical

Durable low profile Gateron Mechanical switch with a 50 million keystroke lifespan to provide an unrivaled tactile responsiveness

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Keychron Gateron low profile mechanical red blue brownswitch

Low-Profile Optical

You can now feel the tactile bump at the beginning (like those commonly sought-after of Panda switches) on a low-profile keyboard on the innovative K7 low-profile optical Banana and Mint switches. These light actuated switches are crafted for typists or gamers who want to type at lightning speed with a 70 million lifespan much greater than industry standards.

*Low profile Keychron Optical switch keyboard is not compatible with any normal profile mx style mechanical switch.

Keychron low profile Optical red blue brown Banana Mint switches

The Banana and Mint switches comes with an early tactile bump of every downstroke like those Panda switches, that’s the main difference between the Banana/Mint and the Brown switch. More add-on switches here.

COMPACT YET DURABLE

A compact 65% layout comes with dedicated arrow keys that are neatly designed to minimize the amount of space, and give you access to all the essential multimedia and function keys through a combination of keypresses whenever you need it. 

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Keychron low profile Optical and Gateron low profile mechanical switch desktop setup

The aircraft-grade reinforced aluminum frame as a pillar to make the K7 durable yet elegantly slim. An SGCC galvanized steel plate is added to the plastic bottom frame in order to strengthen the K7's body structure, while still maintaining a stable wireless transmission capability of the K7.

Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Keychron low profile Optical and Gateron low profile mechanical switch desktop setup
Keychron K3 ultra_slim Hot_swappable wireless mechanical keyboard Mac Windows iOS Android Keychron low profile Optical and Gateron low profile mechanical switch desktop setup

MX SYLE STEM

We developed an MX-style stem on the K7's low-profile switches as well as stabilizers on the big keys (e.g.: space bar, left Shift, backspace, and Enter key) in an attempt to revamp the reliability. Read more here.

18 TYPES OF RGB

Comes with various RGB backlight settings, you can adjust the keyboard brightness to sync with your mood. Various backlight patterns are also available on the K7 White Backlight version.

Review

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TYPING TEST

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SPECIFICATION

 
Number of Keys: 68 keys
Layout: ANSI
Version: Gateron / Optical / Hot-swappable
Switches: Low-profile Gateron mechanical / Low -profile Keychron Optical
Number of Multimedia Keys: 12 
Frame Material: ABS+Aluminum frame
Keycap Material: ABS

CONNECTIVITY AND POWER


Backlit Types: 18
Backlit: Adjustable 4-level RGB backlit
System: Windows/Android/Mac/iOS
Battery: 1550mAh Rechargeable li-polymer battery
BT Working Time (Single LED): Up to 34 hours (Lab test result may vary by actual use)
BT Working Time (RGB): Up to 34 hours (Lab test result may vary by actual use)
Connection: Bluetooth and Type-C cable
Bluetooth version: 5.1
Bluetooth Device Name: Keychron K7
Compatible System: macOS/Windows

PHYSICAL UNIT


Dimension: 307 x 97.5mm
Height incl. keycap (rear) 22mm
Height incl. keycap (front) 18mm
Weight: About 348.7g / 0.77lbs 

Operating Environment: -10 to 50℃

PACKAGE CONTENT

1 x Keyboard
1 x USB-A to USB Type-C Cable
1 x Keycap Puller
1 x Switch Puller (For Hot-swappable version only)
1 x User Manual

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
67%
(8)
33%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
André Müller
Great keyboard for a long-term laptop keyboard user!

I've been using my new Keychron K7 with optical banana switches and white backlight for a few weeks now.

It's been almost 20 years since I last used a mechanical keyboard and I was a bit skeptical about whether I should make the switch back to a mechanical KB after having used only Thinkpad keyboards (mainly the external one) in the last 8 years and low profile Cherry membrane boards before that. I also finally decided to switch to the ANSI-QWERTY layout after more than 20 years on ISO-QUERTZ keyboards.

To sum up my experience so far: typing is a real pleasure and I think I won't go back to a membrane keyboard any time soon.

The first positive surprise was the build quality of the K7; it's quite sturdy and doesn't feel cheap at all. The early bump tactile switches feel more similar to the Thinkpad or Apple keyboard keys than linear mechanical switches, only the travel is of course larger on the K7. The noise level of the banana switches is acceptable and the force needed to press them down is just right for me.
At first I thought that the keycap label font was a bit too thin and too small but I like it a lot now, especially with the backlight set to a steady 50% glow.

My biggest critique is the lack of a right control key and mapping the right alt key to control feels weird to me. I would love to have the option for the 'fn2' key to act as a control key substitute, at least in combination with the letter keys.
Although I'm using Sharpkeys to map CapsLock to ESC (more convenient for VIM) and AutoHotkey for some other application-specific mappings, I would really appreciate a dedicated key (re-)mapping software from Keychron, especially if it enabled mappings that include 'fn1' and 'fn2'.

M
Mike van Diepen
Great but not amazing

I usually never write reviews but this keyboard is something else, the optical (hot swappable) switches are incredible, they are quiet, very easy on the hands and not too cramped. The only downside is that as a developer I find the keyboard a bit too small.

If Keychron would release a slightly larger keyboard with the same specs and hot-swappable optical switches I'd jump on it directly.

J
James Henry
It's a good "budget" option

This keyboard isn't cheap, but other boards that are low profile and have similar form factors tend to go for a much higher price. I like this keyboard overall, but it has two issues that would make me reconsider buying again in the future. The first issue is the fact that this keyboard goes to sleep after somewhere around 5 to 10 minutes. It's only really annoying since it takes 5 seconds for it to wake up each time, but that's mostly due to Bluetooth. My mouse is wireless, but has a wireless dongle. It goes to sleep after 1 minute and wakes back up almost instantly. The second issue is that the battery life is awful. The whole reason I went wireless for the keyboard was so that I didn't have to deal with an annoying cable. I've had to plug this keyboard in to charge 3 times since I got it a few days ago. Maybe I got a crappy unit as no other reviews I have read have had these issues. I really like this keyboard for the main experience though. I got the banana switches and they feel great to type on and the lighting isn't too dim or too harsh. The form factor is something I had to get used to as this is my first 65% keyboard, but it only took me 20 minutes to become comfortable enough to use with confidence. Honestly I wanted to give this board a 5 star, but these 2 issues really are a pain to deal with.

L
LianMang Siang
Brilliant and Awesome keyboard

This is my first mechanical keyboard. I bought the red Geteron one, the sound, the tactile feedback and the typing experience is so good that I can't express in word. I don't know how long the battery will last without backlight but I think it would last for at least three days which is reasonable for the price and the form-factor.

E
Ezra Dudden
I'm happy with it

This is my first mechanical keyboard in a while. I got is because I wanted something low profile and low travel and at a reasonable price. Historically I've been using a standard laptop keyboards or the AZ basics chiclet keyboard. I had a cheap brown switch full size mechanical keyboard I never really liked.

I like the mint switches on this, but probably should have gotten the bananas, I can change that later if I really want though, they are a little heavy for gaming, but I like them for general typing.

I am still getting used to the layout and making lots of typos, but I always do that and will get more consistent as I get used to it, but no real complaints. I have not used Bluetooth yet, so can't comment on that.

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