Coolermaster has sent word that their first Bluetooth mechanical keyboard, the SK621, will hit stores as of today. Oddly enough, I don’t even think the thought of a mechanical, yet wireless keyboard ever crossed my mind. This does sound appealing and I could think of a couple uses for this.
Rocking a 65-key compact design, the SK621 would be perfect for a home theater setup, setups with not a lot of real estate or for anyone who likes smaller footprint keyboards. Coupled with the Cherry MX low profile keys, this keyboard is also slimmer than comparable keyboards. The SK621 also features a USB Type-C connection, RGB backlighting, fully customizable macros, and Cooler Master claims it has 14 hours of battery life.
Those who aren’t fans of the numeral pad should be happy to know this keyboard doesn’t include one. I know it sounds weird, but I happen to know a few people who can’t stand the num pad. Me, I can’t live without it.
The Cooler Master SK621 is available starting today and be had at Amazon or directly from Coolermaster.com , priced $120 USD.