Keychron K4

Keychron K4
Looria Grade
C

Based on 151 reviews

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Review highlights
  • Great for most uses
  • Mechanical keys are reliable and work exactly as they should
  • It is (for me) much easier to use than Apple's'chiclet-style' keyboards
  • Feel of the keyboard is good
  • Good construction

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Keychron K4

The Keychron K4 is an overall decent wireless mechanical keyboard for most uses. It's a keyboard that can be configured with your preferred type of switches. Our unit is fitted with LK Optical Brown switches, which provide a good amount of tactility without producing much noise, making it a goo...

Positive
Shaqil Hossain
4 months ago
rtings.com
rtings.com

Favourite prebuilt would have to be the KeyChron K4 as I use it as my daily at work. It’s subtle to pass as a regular keyboard until closer inspection and is able to withstand the lab environment I use it in!

Positive
Blazing360
1 year ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards

Keychron Q1 review: an enthusiast-quality keyboard right out of the box

I know this is from The Verge, and I feel weird upvoting, but I've been using the Keychron K4 and I absolutely love it. I bought it because it's the only mechanical keyboard that I've seen that has support for macOS keycaps (cmd, opt). I can easily switch between macOS and Windows mode, which is gre...

Positive
ezekg
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

Love them for my work keyboard (Keychron k4). Not that suited to gaming though. They are quite tactile and loud. I like them overall.

Neutral
Fingonar
1 year ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards

Keychron K4

The Keychron K4 is an overall decent wireless mechanical keyboard for most uses. It's a keyboard that can be configured with your preferred type of switches. Our unit is fitted with LK Optical Brown switches, which provide a good amount of tactility without producing much noise, making it a good option for use in quiet office settings

Positive
Shaqil Hossain
4 months ago
rtings.com
rtings.com

The K3 is remarkably thin, but at the cost of versatility

It works great over USB-C or wirelessly, and it has a 75 percent layout that covers the keys most people need, as well as a useful selection of function keys on top of that. The hot-swapping process is easy, and Keychron has a suitable selection of switches that work with its hot-swap system.

Neutral
Jon Porter
4 months ago
theverge.com
theverge.com

Show HN: Split Keyboards Gallery

I've used split keyboards for ages, and until recently had a Kinesis Gaming Edge that I really liked and still highly recommend. But what I found was that I was "freezing" while typing: instead of typing smoothly, it felt like every other sentence I'd pause for a sec and then keep going. A...

Positive
castillar76
hackernews.com
hackernews.com

That's awesome! I just got a K4 a few weeks ago, my first mechanical keyboard. I'm really enjoying it.

Positive
velohell
2 years ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/Keychron

Generally a good Keyboard, a few things still to look at

I just received this keyboard to use on my Macbook pro and my Windows Desktop. I'll connect it to my phone when I get a chance, but thought I'd get something out for folks quickly. 1) It has more click / noise than the brown switches. Honestly this is what I wanted, not too loud. The browns were bas...

4.0
Deanna L. Mikiska
2 years ago
amazon.com
amazon.com

Better get a keychron k4 wouldn’t recommend the low profile k1 it’s also not full size

Negative
-cuius-
1 year ago
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/Keyboard

Specs

Adjustable keyboard height

Y

Keyboard style

Straight

Adjustable backlight

Y

Backlight colour

Red/Green/Blue