As the world’s first 65% low profile wireless mechanical keyboard, the Keychron K7, is a much-anticipated upcoming release. The first wireless keyboard which hit the market in 2003 was made by Apple. Although ground-breaking at the time, the original wireless keyboard offered little more than a white plastic base and keys overlaid with an odd clear shell. Today, the aluminum-bodied Keychron K7 offers so much more and looks better doing it. Some of the most notable features of the Keychron K7 include its slim, low-profile Keychron Optical switches, which happen to be 40% slimmer than conventional switches. In fact, this feature makes the K7 one of the thinnest wireless mechanical keyboards on the market today. Add that to its ergonomic design — featuring two adjustable levels, curved keycaps, and more — and it is easy to understand what makes this keyboard stand out.
The Keychron K7 also allows users to enjoy that much-desired tactile bump like that achieved with a Panda switch thanks to its optimal banana and mint switches. This means users can have the benefit of an ultra-slim keyboard without sacrificing that satisfying tactile response and precision when typing. The Keychron K7, which can wirelessly connect to up several devices, can also be wired if preferred, which is another personalized option users find advantageous about this keyboard.
For another keyboard option, check out the MelGeek Mojo60.