On March 8, 2023, Keychron’s authorized distributor in Japan, Kopec Japan, updated its Twitter feed to announce the release of a new special edition Keychron K1 SE.
Keychron’s popular K1 SE is now available in a special edition wireless mechanical keyboard with double-shot PBT keycaps! Not only does it improve durability, but it also looks great in all-white! https://t.co/J6CqbAHTji pic.twitter.com/P4TCLJFNL4– KOPEK JAPAN (@KOPEK_JP) March 8, 2023
The selling price is 16,390 yen (tax included) and is available only at the official online store.
The lineup includes only English-language layouts, with a choice of Gateron Low-profile red, blue, or brown axes.
The special edition has the keycaps changed to the Keychron Low Profile Double Shot PBT Keycap Full Set, which is advertised on the official sales website as follows
This is a special edition of the K1SE with Double Shot PBT keycaps. The DoubleShot engraving increases durability and instantly upgrades your keyboard setup, while the PBT material keycaps are oil-resistant, improve typing comfort, and even prevent fading of the engraving.https://superkopek.jp/products/keychron-k1-se-pbtkeycap?variant=43892243431664
In addition, the all-white look matches any environment.
The price of the replacement keycap set is 4,510 yen (including tax), and considering that the regular version of Keychron K1 SE sells for 17,380 yen (including tax), the price tag of 16,930 yen (including tax) is very attractive.
The Keychron K1 SE stands as a lower-priced version of the Keychron K1 with a full aluminum body, and compared to the K1, it features hot-swap support, a reinforced aluminum top case, and a plastic bottom case.
With an 80% tenkeyless layout and a thin, lightweight design, it will enhance your work efficiency without overpowering your desk.
To purchase, contact Super Kopec.
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