Keychron K9 Pro Dual-Mode Mechanical Keyboard Launched in China

It comes with 61-key short axis and will be priced at 449 yuan which is close to INR 5300

Exciting news for keyboard enthusiasts! Keychron has just launched their latest product, the K9 Pro low-axis mechanical keyboard, today on May 16. This new keyboard boasts a sleek 61-key design with low-axis switches, and the price starts at just 449 yuan.

According to the official statement, the K9 Pro keyboard is designed to be compact and lightweight, while still providing a wide range of features. The keyboard supports both Bluetooth and wired connections, making it easy to switch between devices. Plus, it’s compatible with both Mac and Windows operating systems, and it even supports QMK/VIA open-source key change.

keychron k9 pro keyboard

The Keychron K9 Pro keyboard also features LSA height PBT keycaps, which provide a comfortable typing experience. And to top it off, it’s equipped with Gadalon low-profile 2.0 switch bodies, ensuring a smooth and responsive keystroke.

keychron k9 pro keyboard wireless

For those in China, the K9 Pro keyboard is now available for sale on Taobao. If you’re interested in getting your hands on this sleek and versatile keyboard, be sure to check it out at 8 o’clock tonight.

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Keychron K9 Pro Dual-Mode Mechanical Keyboard Launched in China

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