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Keychron launches its ultra-slim mechanical keyboard

The keyboard has layouts for both Windows and Mac.
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Keychron K1

Slim keyboards might be great aesthetically, but they typically don't offer the tactile responsiveness of a more traditional mechanical keyboard design. Keychron wants to change that with their new ultra-slim K1 keyboard. The keyboard has a slimmer body, but manages to also fit in a tactile feel with its use of low-profile mechanical switches. It also comes in Mac or Windows layouts, multi-colored backlighting, and wireless or wired USB-C connectivity. 

The Keychron K1 comes in 87-key or 104-key layouts for both Windows and Mac users.


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