Top experts were impressed by the Keychron K14, and they recommended it for gamers, office users, and programmers. Critics at RTINGS were pleased with its 70% compact design. However, if you prefer an even more compact 60% keyboard, see our Keychron K12 review. . Using a unit with Gateron G Pro Brown mechanical switches, testers clocked its pre-travel distance at 2.6mm and operating force at 48 gf.
If you prefer low-profile scissor switches, see our Lenovo ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II review. Testers from PC Case Gear revealed that the keyboard is both wired and wireless, pairing with up to three different devices using Bluetooth. It comes with a rechargeable battery, which should last for up to 240 hours, according to Keychron.
Testers were delighted with its RGB backlighting with individually lit keys and it inclines at 4°, 6°, and 10°, although it lacks a wrist rest. It has a high 14.5 ms wired latency and 29.1 ms Bluetoth latency. Check out the Keychron Q1 review if you desire a lower latency.