Motospeed CK62 Mechanical Keyboard
- Supports Bluetooth and wired dual-mode connection, suits for business travel or outdoors entertainment
- Multiple backlit modes for option
- Transcoding mode for more function. Press Fn + 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 for about 3s to realize transcoding function
The Motospeed CK62 Mechanical Keyboard is pretty slim and is quite lightweight as well. But it doesn’t have much flex on it unless you put an unusual amount of force. It weighs around 451g. It is lighter than 60% of keyboards. The keyboard uses the ANSI standard layout. So looking for custom keycaps will not be a problem. Look at its front side where you can see that it has a floating keys design rather than a high profile case.
Motospeed CK62 Mechanical Keyboard Features
The keyboard itself has a standard layout, but it’s not a problem if you do not own a blind input, a week of habit, and will still be on the layout. The keyboard actually has a whopping 19 different lighting modes. So, you can change the direction of the lighting modes by pressing FN+right alt, you can also change the color by pressing FN+right ctrl in 8 different solid colors.
In addition, the Bluetooth mode of the Motospeed CK62 Mechanical Keyboard makes it a perfect choice for business travel and outdoor entertainment. Thanks to the Bluetooth connectivity, you don’t have to be bothered with unnecessary cables. And since the CK62 is compatible with most common devices, you can easily use it with your own hardware. The cable is no longer too short to limit your freedom. Simply connect the keyboard wirelessly to your computer and enjoy the best gaming experience.
Moreover, the detachable cable ensures its using freer. To connect your device via Bluetooth mode, you just have to press FN + any keys between E, R, and T, and then press FN + Q for a few seconds to start pairing mode. The caps lock will start flashing which will indicate that the keyboard is now ready to pair. Once you’re able to pair the keyboard to multiple devices, you can simply swap between them by pressing FN + the corresponding keys between E, R, and T.
- Stylish design
- Compact size
- RGB light effects
- Many functions
- Expensive price
Specification: Motospeed CK62 Mechanical Keyboard
Current: $44.99 | Average: $44.99 | The lowest: $44.99 | 1 records in DB | Price monitoring since 2022-07-22