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The Best Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard: Keychron K2 Review


When pre-orders opened for the Keychron K2 I knew that this was finally one of the bluetooth mechanical keyboards I wanted to try. In the past I test out a couple others: Lofree Retro Mechanical Keyboard and Keychron’s K1 Mechanical Keyboard. The Lofree keyboard prioritized aesthetics over functionality. The retro layout of the keys caused me much consternation as I was constantly pressing the wrong keys, especially some of the modifier keys. Kechron’s K1 I had high hopes for. Unfortunately the low profile of the keys made it feel more like a laptop keyboard, which I despise. Additionally, the keyboard stopped working after a couple days and I ultimately returned it. The reliability made me skeptical of the K2 but I decided to try it out and am happy I did.

I’m not going to go into an in-depth review of the keyboard but suffice it to say, this is the best bluetooth mechanical keyboard I’ve tried. Below are some brief thoughts on different aspects of the keyboard:

Overall, I give this keyboard a 5/5. I have zero complaints about it and would highly recommend if you are in the market for a mechanical keyboard. At only $72, this is an inexpensive quality for a mechanical keyboard.