Originally bought a $130 gaming keyboard and wasn't impressed. Researched a couple of different options online which brought me to Keychron. I am pleasantly surprised at how good this keyboard is for the price. I would 10/10 recommend this product to anyone on the market looking for a good gaming and productivity keyboard.
The only downside is the length of the cable; its maybe 1.5 - 2 feet in length but nothing that a quick Amazon order can't fix. Just know ahead of time that you may not be able to actually wire it into the back of a desktop.
I am amazed by the increase in my productivity and the 3 wireless connectivity as well as my blue tactile switches.
I just need not to touch my phone to reply to anyone. just fn1+q ,w,or e that's it.
loved the model and the sound.
First time buyer and I'm seriously blown away. The shipping (from China) was hella fast and the product is simply amazing. I'm leaving Razor for this and am NOT looking back. Trust, you've found what you're looking for.
I really like this keyboard, the idea of merging F-keys and number keys is cool. It makes the keyboard smaller and I'm using F-keys very rarely, so accessing them with an additional press of fn2 is fine for me.
Although, there are two little things that you should know
(one of them I would definitely change)
1) Backlight is dimming when you go wireless (I guess it's just a tradeoff for better battery life, so that's okay. But should still be aware of it, because I thought that it was some bug at first. And it's like 40% dimmer than on wire)
2) I would definitely change the placement of those fn keys. For me, it would be a lot more convenient to swap places of fn keys with alt and ctrl keys. So fn keys would be closer to the space bar and ctrl/alt keys closer to arrow keys. (But I guess it's just my preference, but if I could I would remap them, but you can't because fn keys are internal keyboard something, so you can't remap those)
I would grade it 4.5 stars, but you can only put whole grades xd
Keychron K14 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
The K14 has included keycaps for both Windows and Mac operating systems.
70% Layout. Wireless.
K14 is a compact wireless mechanical keyboard that retains direct access to the entire navigation cluster (home, end, arrow keys etc.) that a tenkeyless keyboard does, but in a smaller footprint.
The hot-swappable option on both the Gateron and Non-backlight versions offers the freedom to easily customize per-key typing experience without soldering.
WIRELESS AND WIRED MODES
Connects the K14 with up to 3 devices via high reliable and broad compatibility Broadcom Bluetooth 5.1 for seamless multitasking and switch among them swiftly. The K14 is best to fit home, office and light gaming use while connecting with your smartphone, laptop and iPad. A reliable USB Type-C wired connection is also available.
Anyone can easily customize per-key typing experience without soldering on the K14. Just pop them in and it’s done.
Both the Keychron Mechanical (Hot-Swappable) and Gateron Mechanical (Hot-Swappable) switch types are compatible with almost all the MX style 3-pin ("Tab" key supports 3pin only) and 5-pin mechanical switches on the market (including Gateron, Cherry, Kailh, etc.), which aims to provide maximum flexibility.
Durable Gateron G Pro mechanical switch with a 50 million keystroke lifespan to provide an unrivaled tactile responsiveness.
RETRO, AND LONG LASTING
The K14 Non-backlight version is crafted to honor the retro aesthetics with a timeless colorway and durable double-shot keycaps.
Equipped with a 4000 mAh battery, one of the biggest batteries amongst mechanical keyboards, the K14 Non-Backlit Version can last up to 2 months with 8 hrs of daily usage or up to 570 hours.
Our homemade Keychron mechanical switches are engineered with a firm and smooth typing feel.
*Socket of Keychron Non-backlit is compatible with almost all the MX style 3-pin and 5-pin mechanical switches on the market (including Gateron, Cherry, Kailh, etc.).
AN INNOVATIVE 70% LAYOUT
The K14’s 70% layout is a unique but probably underrated layout, it retains direct access to the entire navigation cluster (home, end, page up, page down, arrow keys etc.) of a tenkeyless keyboard does, while other compact keyboards may need to access navigation keys via a combination of keypresses.
Two-level adjustable feet (6° and 9°), an inclined bottom frame, and curved OEM profile keycaps, all working together to provide long-lasting ergonomic support when you type on the K14.
19 TYPES OF RGB
Comes with 19 types of RGB backlight settings (exclude Non-Backlit Version) as well as a static white backlight option. You can also adjust the keyboard brightness to sync with your mood. Various backlight patterns are available on the K14 White Backlight version.
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