Bringing you the first wireless Bluetooth + USB mechanical keyboard that can pair up to 10 Bluetooth devices and works with PCs, Macs, PS3, iOS and Android devices. A true all-in-one input device. The KBtalKing Pro.
This looks like a very interesting product.
I’ve researched thoroughly about keyboards over last few weeks, and that was my one and only goal during the last Black Friday. I eventually am settled with a Logitech K810, which I am pretty excited to use, but I should say that I do enjoy typing on a mechanical keyboard a lot. It’s a lot more fun for sure.
But I am sick of sticking things in and out of the USB plugs, or move around wires to make rooms on my desk. Also, other than the price, that KBtalking product makes me worry about the “lags” when using a bluetooth keyboards as well as the frequency of battery replacements. Apple peripherals have the worst battery usage, for example.
The price tag, for a KBtalking mechanical keyboard however is not crazy. That’s pretty much the norm of a wired mechanical keyboard. You can get DAS keyboard at $80 on eBay, so that’s pretty much the minimum/best value you’d get for a (wires) mechanical keyboard.
I am a pretty accurate typist, so these Logitech keyboards work for me pretty good. Also, as I began to study more, I needed to make some room on my desk, and I also needed to switch between my iPad or other PCs at home. Also, buying a wireless mechanical keyboard that does not have a numeric pad was such a turn off. At least, K810 makes itself super portable.
When I get more room to accommodate, I will check on KBtalking again for sure. Hopefully, they will have more presence in the US so that they won’t have to go through so much custom issues as a small international manufacturer.