A total of 5 reviews of this product on Reddit.
I’ve heard good things about keychron, have hot swap versions of their keyboards in case In the future you decide to try other premium switches. Also I’m curious why you listed two keyboards with different layouts?
Many agree that 65% layout is best for both compactness and functionality.
For example: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0836FHCMC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_DXJ5MEVY8JEE4BAVV1VT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Looking for something like the Keychron K6. I’d love to have the following features:
– RGB Backlight
– 65% board with 68-key layout (arrow keys are included in this layout)
– White backboard
Basically, if this had a white backboard, it’d be perfect:
I don’t think many keyboards offer both bluetooth and a wireless dongle, and I don’t think there are many mechs that offer dongles in the first place. If you’re willing to go for something without a dongle, the keychron k6 might be worth looking at. It has bluetooth and usb-C with arrow keys and backlighting. (https://www.amazon.com/Keychron-Swappable-Bluetooth-Mechanical-Rechargeable/dp/B0836FHCMC/ for white and https://www.amazon.com/Keychron-Swappable-Wireless-Bluetooth-Mechanical/dp/B083LFTLLT for rgb) Comes stock with gateron switches (blue, brown, and red), but it has hotswap sockets, so you can switch them out if you’d like. For $85 with white backlight and $105 with rgb, this is probably one of the more fitting wireless mech option you’ll find at that price point. 4/5 ain’t too bad, right?
I’m sorry everyone, but I’m a bit of a hypocrite and cancelled my order and got the Keychron K6 instead. Better switches, mod-ability, and a hip layout. The downside is that you don’t get the potentially great LIGHTSYNC wireless tech, but it is still significantly cheaper. At the end of the day, are you a member of r/MechanicalKeyboards or do you just want a cheap wireless keyboard that is good for the money.