Can anyone recommend a good quality hard mousepad that doesn't have LED shit. Preferably something with a good amount of grip on the bottom.
Looks like it is right up my alley, but wireless is a no-go.This looks pretty interesting. I like the smaller footprint keyboards. I have a steelseries tkl one, not sure exactly which one. And I like it, but there times where I miss the numpad. This seems like a good compromise, and I've kind of been wanting a wireless keyboard.
I'll have to keep this in mind
I see 2 in stock on Amazon of the K4 variant:
The one I linked was the hotswap version.Keychron K4 (Version 2) Wireless Mechanical Keyboard. 96% Layout but Compact. Wireless or Wired. Bluetooth 5.1. For Mac and Windows. Optical or Gateron Switches. Connect up to 3 devices. Inclined bottom frame. 15+ RGB Backlight. Dedicated caps lock indicator light.www.keychron.com
That shows it as $89 for the aluminum rgb and brown switches, but it's OOS. Amazon can fuckoff with a $20 markup.
what about a smaller keyboard 84 key and a separate keypad?I have to haul my shit between work and home whenever I go to the office, so I've been looking for a smaller keyboard that still has a numpad. I picked up the aluminum hotswap K4 with browns and am mostly happy with it. It's louder than my Corsair strafe even when I don't bottom out the keys, it's the key returning to full height that makes the noise. I'll be putting a set of o rings on it anyway. It's The layout is taking some getting used to, but I expected that.
The USB C cable included to too damn short, but that's pretty minor. It's also quite tall, so I have to use a wrist rest. The one major gripe I have with it is my desktop cannot pair with it in bluetooth, it just doesn't fucking see the keyboard at all. My Surface pro 7 and work laptop see it just fine, but even after updating the bluetooth drivers and flashing the latest firmware to the keyboard it's still invisible to the desktop.