I like this keyboard as much as I expected to. It has the comfort of a laptop board (if you find that comfortable; at the very least for me, it’s my usual board). The caps are appropriately labeled with useful labels. I don’t love the very clicky switches, but that’s personal preference. I found the bluetooth to be not quite as reliable as the Anne Pro (which for me works perfectly). Overall though, I’m quite impressed with the board!
I have a short history of reviewing keyboards, and a growing collection. I tend to like smaller boards, and I’m pleased that GearBest sent out this Motospeed CK61 for review. Here’s the review, including teardown and thoughts! Also, my first box switches!!
I’ll be honest, this board just showed up one day from GearBest. I don’t remember asking for it (I probably did) but … It’s the UK version of this ELE board. Which means it’s ISO layout. Anyway, I can still test it! So here’s the review of the ELE Elenter Game1-UK mechanical keyboard.
My first mechanical keyboard review (hopefully not my last!)! This post includes a teardown and internals photos, and much more!