Copec has released the Keychron wired mechanical keyboard. Called the Keychron Q2 QMK knob version, it features a control knob on the upper right. The price starts at 225 dollars. The Keychron Q2 QMK knob version is a ten keyless mechanical keyboard with customizable control knobs on the top right of the keyboard. You can set your favorite functions such as zoom in/out, screen brightness, and volume. It supports QMK and VIA, and features the ability to easily customize each key, and it also has a switch to switch the key layout between Windows and Mac.
Key switches on this mechanical keyboard can be selected from Gateron G Pro’s red/blue/brown axis, and can be replaced with 3-pin or 5-pin Cherry MX compatible switches by adopting a hot-swap socket. It also has per-key RGB LED backlighting. In addition, the US layout model uses wear-resistant double-shot PBT keycaps.
The connection interface used in Keychron Q2 keyboard is USB Type-C. The body color can be selected from carbon black, silver gray, and navy blue, the size is 327.5 x 121 x 20 to 33.8 mm (width x depth x height), and the weight is about 1,645 ± 10 grams.
Keychron Q2 specifications
Total number of keys: 70 keys (JIS), 66 keys (JIS)
Main body material: CNC machined aluminum
plate Material: PC
Keycap material: OSA profile (OEM high SA shape at height) Double-shot PBT (non-transmissive) [US], OSA profile (SA shape at OEM height) Laser engraved on ABS (transmissive) [JIS] MCU: Ultra-low power Arm Cortex-M4 32-bit STM32L432 (128KB Flash) Backlight: South-facing RGB LED Switch: Gateron G Pro (assembled version)
Supported Systems: Windows/Android/Mac/iOS Connection: USB TYPE-C Cable: Type-C Cable and Type-C Cable A to Type-C adapter size: 327.5 x 121mm x 20mm front height (33.8mm rear height (not including keycaps)) Weight: about 1645 g ± 10 g (assembled version).