Main specs: RGB Keyboard, Black colour, Bluetooth or Wire connection, 82 keys, Blue switch, 60 million keys clicked of life, 2300mAh Battery, Support for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android!
Ajazz AK33 is using a American Broadcom Bluetooth chip. The distance you can use this keyboard from is 10 meters. Which is pretty long. Perfect if you have some distance from your hardware and want to lay down in the sofa or sit at a desk.
You can connect up to five devices and switch between them. To charge this keyboard fully it will take 3.5 hours. The battery will last for 24 hours of backlight. Energy save for 10 days.
I think most people will buy this keyboard because of the mechanical axis and the mechanical shaft keys. It’s cheaper than Apple’s latest keyboards. Many seek affordable solutions. Also what’s great with this keyboard is that it will be great in a dark room and you need to see what you are typing.
Something I don’t like on this keyboard is how they made the Enter key smaller. It doesn’t have the more traditional design as you usually see. But the space button is large as we are use to.
On Ajazz AK33 you have standard keys as a shift button, Capslock, ctrl, Windows key and more! This will probably be best to use with a Windows machine. It will probably be a little harder to connect to an Apple phone. But Android offers better support for connecting Bluetooth keyboards. I really like the compact shape of this specific model.
It would have been cool if they would have included a Trackpad. I would like to see a Trackpad like Apple’s Magic Trackpad 2 build into this keyboard on the right side. That would be really cool!