Article about gmmk pro vs keychron q1
The Q1 Pro is the latest in Keychron's line of customizable mechanical keyboards. It offers premium features, including open-source firmware and hot-swappable switches, at an affordable price. Keychron has also implemented the Q series' gasket mount design, which gives a softer and more springy typing experience.
Its compact 75% layout, with a full arrow and function row, is also well-liked by reviewers. Combined with Gateron Phantom Brown switches and the included high-profile PBT keycaps, the Q1 Pro's typing feel is almost heavenly.
There are two reasons you might not want to buy the Q1 Pro: If you demand 2.4GHz gaming-grade wireless, which isn't currently available in Bluetooth form (and would probably require a dedicated USB dongle); or if you just want to wait until Keychron brings a similar Bluetooth implementation to one of its other, many different keyboard layouts. Otherwise, this is a great choice for anyone looking to get into the customized mechanical keyboard world at an accessible price point. The barebones version of the Q1 Pro starts at $179, and fully assembled with switches and caps is around $200.