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Keychron K10 Pro QMK/VIA Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

Keychron’s K10 Pro Is A Remapping Mecca

The only rule? There are no rules.

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Keychron’s new K10 Pro combines the Q1 Pro and Q0 Plus’s best features into a single, utterly customizable platform. It features a full keyboard and a number pad, but with support for both QMK and VIA firmware, they probably won’t stay that way for long. One constant is the reliable Bluetooth 5.1, which remembers up to three connections for seamless cross-device multitasking.

The K10 Pro is compatible with both Mac and Windows, naturally. Its USB-C connection doubles as a charging port and a connector to send Franken-mappings to the generous 128K Flash memory. An ultra-low-power ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit STM32L432 MCU provides enough oomph for a blistering 1000 Hz out-of-the-box polling rate that even veteran gaming macro masters will struggle to stump. The south-facing backlight offers 14-setting White or 22-setting RGB options with fine-tunable hue, saturation, brightness, and effect speed.

Keychron’s double-shot PBT keycaps include a unique OSA profile sure to delight even the pickiest fingertips. Users will need to choose Mechanical Red or Brown switches at the time of purchase, but no worries if things don’t work out: the K10 Pro is fully hot-swappable and compatible with nearly every 3-pin and 5-pin MX-style mechanical switch on the market. True keyboard enthusiasts can also choose a Barebone version for a from-scratch experience. PCB-mounted screw-in stabilizers reduce wobble on big keys, but users can (of course) replace these with third-party components. The K10 is available now starting at $89 on Keychron’s website.

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