Apple Magic Keyboard not tactile enough for you? We've got you covered with the best mechanical keyboards.
I built my first custom mechanical keyboard and it wasn't as daunting as I thought. Here's how you can build one too!
A custom mechanical keyboard isn't as daunting as it once was and there are many reasons why you should consider building one.
Logitech’s MX Mechanical Mini for Mac offers a great typing experience and a suitably Apple-like aesthetic.
The Glorious GMMK is a fully modular and customizable mechanical keyboard that fits well in any desk setup.
Do you enjoy the clickity clack of a mechanical keyboard, but want one that is tailored for Macs? The Keychron K2 is a great option on the market to consider if you want a small and compact board.
Want a mechanical keyboard that feels high-end and is fully customizable, but need it to be reasonably priced and with a TKL layout? Then Keychron has you covered with the Q3.
Keychron has an updated version of its popular K8 wireless mechanical keyboard. The K8 Pro is basically everything you love, with some extra features for power users.
In the market for a compact, 65% layout premium mechanical keyboard for your Mac? Then you should consider Keychron's latest entry: the Q2.
Keychron has made its new Q2 custom mechanical keyboard available for sale with a price starting at $149, although you'll pay more if you want one that's been built for you.
Keychron already makes some great keyboards and it's at it again, this time with a 70% Bluetooth option.
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