Popular keyboard maker Keychron has got a new model that should please fans looking for a slimmer option with a small footprint. The new K7 has a 65% layout with low-profile Keychron Optical switches that are 40% slimmer than conventional switches. The keyboard can be connected wirelessly via Bluetooth 5.1 or a USB-C cable and the keys have a hot-swappable option so you can build your preferred typing experience. The keyboard also features white or RGB backlight options, an aluminum frame, and compatibility with most major operating systems.
Keychron launches the world's first hot-swappable low profile optical wireless mechanical keyboard
A sleek and versatile low-profile keyboard with a 75% layout.
Keychron launches its ultra-slim mechanical keyboard
The keyboard has layouts for both Windows and Mac.
Keychron releases a smaller "tenkeyless" with the K14 keyboard
22% smaller than traditional tenkeyless models.