What you need to know
- Keychron has made its Q2 custom mechanical keyboard available for sale.
- Q2 prices begin at $149 and rise from there.
- Fully assembled, a Keychron Q2 can cost $179.
Popular mechanical keyboard maker Keychron is out with its latest custom offering. Dubbed the Q2 and following the popular Q1, this new keyboard is a 65% build compared to the 75% of its larger brother.
Keychron is offering the Q2 in both barebone and fully-assembled options with multiple color finishes and switches available to choose from. Prices start at $149 but can go as high as $179, especially if you want Keychron to build the thing for you.
Keychron makes some of the best Mac keyboards around and this one is unlikely to be any different. The fully hot-swappable design will be popular among those who like to mix and match the sound and feel of their board, while QMK/VIA support ensures that people can mod their keys as much or as little as they need to.
Each keyboard is made from aluminum and finished to a high standard with more manufacturing stages than you might think required from such a product.
Available colors include Carbon Black, Space Gray, and Navy Blue while buyers can choose to have a keyboard with or without a control knob. Want to add one of these things to your collection? You can place your orders now.
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