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Keychron K13 Pro

£120.00 GBP
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Introducing the Keychron K13 Ultra Slim ISO, a sleek and versatile mechanical keyboard designed for those who demand both functionality and style in their workspace. Crafted with a focus on precision, comfort, and compatibility, this compact keyboard seamlessly blends ergonomic design with customizable features. Its ISO layout ensures a familiar typing experience for international users, while its hot-swappable switches allow you to tailor your keystrokes to match your preferences effortlessly. Whether you're a seasoned coder, a meticulous writer, or a dedicated gamer, the Keychron K13 ISO elevates every keystroke with its responsive keys and durable build, making it an ideal companion for any task.


  • ISO Layout
  • Hot-swappable Gateron mechanical switches (Tactile Brown, Linear Red)
  • Bluetooth 5.1 and wired mode
  • Compatible with Windows and macOS
  • Compact 75% layout with dedicated arrow keys
  • RGB backlighting with adjustable brightness and effects
  • Aluminium frame for durability and stability
  • Keycap material: ABS
  • Battery capacity: 4000mAh
  • Dimensions: 317 x 129 x 38mm
  • Weight: 720g (1.59lbs)
  • Compatible with Keychron's custom keycaps and accessories
  • Includes keycap puller and USB-C cable for charging or wired connection

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Alessio Peternelli
good but with some quirks

It's a good keyboard, I like it, but it does have a couple of weird things going on.
First the obvioys, the absence of a few functional keys it's noticeable, and with the QMK/VIA not working yet, you are stuck.

The second issue, is with bluetooth, doen't look to be working well enough.
With the receiver under the desk, there's so much lag and ghosting, even if it's less then a meter away, had to move it literally next to the keyboard.
Another issue with the blue tooth, is that some keys doen't work properly, for example the "right arrow" doesn't register at all unless you press another arrow first. You would think maybe it's just a bad contact, but on wire it works perfectly fine.

In short, recommended if you know what you are doing, otherwise maybe there's better options around ...