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Switch: Gateron Blue
Operating Force: 60g
Pre Travel: 2.3mm
Total Travel: 4mm
WIRELESS AND WIRED MODES
Connects with up to 3 devices via Bluetooth and switch among them easily. With high reliable and broad compatibility Broadcom Bluetooth 5.1 chipset, the K8 is best to fit home, office and light gaming use while connecting with your smartphone, laptop and iPad. It also has wired mode with USB Type-C connection.
SUITABLE FOR ALL DEVICES
Compatible for both macOS and Windows. Keychron is one of only a few in the market that comes with a Mac multimedia keys layout for Mac enthusiasts. For Linux users, we also have a dedicated user group to help with the experience.
Hot-swappable means to customize your typing experience without soldering, just pop them in and it’s done. The Gateron (Hot-swappable) is compatible with almost all the MX style 3pin and 5pin mechanical switches on the market (including Gateron, Cherry, Kailh, etc.). SMD-LED compatible switches are the best for showing the backlights.
Designed with versatility in mind, you can access your smart assistant with the dedicated Siri or Cortana key on the K8 and the two adjustable angled rubber feet greatly enhanced productivity.
Tenkeyless layout is one of the most popular among mechanical keyboards. It offers convenient access to all the essential multimedia and function keys for Mac and Windows in a compact size.
18 TYPES OF RGB
Engineered with more than 15 types of RGB light and comes with different styles (flashing, breathing, or static white etc) which will match up to your mood.
The K8 comes with a battery capacity of 4000mAh. The K8 can last up to 240 hours typing (backlight off).
- Switches: Gateron Blue clicky switches
- Backlit: Adjustable 4-level RGB backlit
- System: Mac/iOS/Windows/Android
- Battery: 4000mAh Rechargeable li-polymer battery
- Connection: Bluetooth and Type-C cable
Includes Keyboard, USB-A to USB Type-C Cable, Keycap Puller, Switch Puller and User Manual.
I bought my K8 with the Gateron blue switches but immediately swapped them for Kailh Box Navys. The keyboard is well built, looks good and I like the RGB options too. My only problem was the switch puller which is not the best.
As I mentioned, I immediately swapped the switches. With the Box Navy's the board sounds good and I get a satisfying ,tactile bump when typing. I'm a total novice when it comes to mechanical keyboards (this is my first one) and even I could make it work.