An ultra-slim wireless mechanical keyboard

#1 Product of the DayOctober 15, 2018

The Keytron is a wireless mechanical keyboard with low profile switches in an ultra-slim design. Compatible with Windows or Mac, the Keytron keyboard features RGB light, wired or wireless mode, it can connect up to 3 devices simultaneously. Starting at $59.

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Would it be possible to get a typing sound sample? I know that the description mentions quiet, but I think being able to hear what actual typing sounds like would go a long way towards making me pull the trigger on this.
@loong_darren Thanks! I fear that the blue switches will cause my parter who's finishing law school to murder me. Are there any plans for a red/clear switch in the future? She'd greatly appreciate it. 😂
@seanwashington Currently we don't have a plan for it, but if there is enough demand, we will definitely consider, as we need to place a bulk order like 1k pcs to factory each time, we need to be careful of the cash flow. In case of emergency, you can call the police to prevent you get murder first 🙈

I have already pledged for the 104-key model this morning and now they are here in #1 Product Hunt! What a coincidence. I am so excited to try this keyboard on my Mac.


Wireless, Looks sleek, has a better function button location, screenshot shortcut button, and has a number pad, I needed it the most.


The battery life could be improved

Glad to hear from you @_imh3 , we just can't wait to see you get the Keytron on hand.
I'm thinking to pledge for the mid-size model, but I have a question: It's only available with the US layout?
@federico_vitale Yes at the moment.
So, these mechanical keyboards are what type of low profile switches are used by Cherry MX, Kailh / Kaihua, or perhaps Romer-G Tactile, Romer-G Linear?
@babken_karapetyan I am not very clear, those Gateron and Cherry mx switch keyboards shows on our comparison video are traditional switch, but not low profile switch.
So intriguing. Would love to be able to get this with even a slightly curved keycap profile instead of "chiclet" keys.