Based on 56 reviews
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- Great for office use
- Soft backlighting
- Minimal design
- Padded wrist rest
- Two and a half times the battery life of previous models
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Not a great keyboard overall.
I love that the backlighting on this keyboard is soft, not crazy bright but does a very good job of showing the keys off properly. The key presses are quite silent for a mechanical keyboard, not completely gone but still quiet. The wrist rest is amazing, very happy with it and I like that it can be ...
Works well but maybe not for its premium price tag
I work from home and have been looking for a wireless mechanical keyboard that is ideally an all-rounder -- one that works well between work and gaming usage. I was previously using the Logitech G613, which was starting to die on me. This keyboard is minimal and aesthetic. I like the wrist rest and ...
Suggestion on a white, wireless keyboard
I just picked up a Razer Pro Type Ultra that I use with a MacBook Pro and all my gaming desktops but it’s outside of the budget you specified. I feel it’s pretty challenging to meet all the criteria, either because Mac keyboards seldom prioritize gaming as a feature and many gaming keyboards aren’t Mac OS compatible or are not white. I used to use Logitech MX Keys.
It's not as silent as they're making it out to be.
Great looking keyboard. Key presses are smooth. Key caps have this smooth coating which I'm not sure I'll get used to. I really like the wrist rest as well, very soft and cushioned. With that said, this keyboard nowhere near as quiet as Razer makes it out be. I mean, I guess it's quieter than most m...
Great for the office, ignore the people saying this is loud.
I nearly backed out on this purchase after reading a few reviews that said that this was simply too loud for use in the office. I'm glad I went ahead and gave it a shot. The sound on this keyboard is nominal, obviously it isn't "silent" but it is extremely muted and works great for an office environ...
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Unfortunately, it's a bit louder for my tastes and not to mention the fact that it doesn't support mac.
This is a great keyboard, just expensive and needing some functions added.
So I'm coming from Logitech MX Master Keys and MX Master 3 (Mouse). Neither of those devices are for gaming, but they are fantastic for productivity, with near limitless programmability and full cross-platform support for a Mac OS or Windows user. I use both daily. So here we have a keyboard made by...
NO F-LOCK TOGGLE!!!
Customer support is useless. I cannot use the keyboard without using my function keys for the software i work in. I've researched and called CS to no avail. I use keyboard mapping in the software I've worked in for 22 years. I'm not willing to remap just for this keyboard. All I simply need is an F-...