MK LowKey70 Black Aluminum TKL Hotswap Bluetooth RGB Low Profile Mac Mechanical Keyboard

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MK LowKey70 Black Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Kailh Choc Red thumbnailKailh Choc Red
$99.00 $79.00 On Sale!
Kailh Choc White thumbnailKailh Choc White
$99.00 $79.00 On Sale!
Kailh Choc Brown thumbnailKailh Choc Brown
$99.00 $79.00 On Sale!



  • RGB LED Primary LEDs: RGB (SMD)
  • RGB LED Control LEDs: RGB


  • Kailh Choc low-profile switches
  • Low-profile hotswap sockets
  • Full CNC aluminum case
  • Redesigned low-profile switch puller included
  • Per-key RGB LED backlighting
  • Low-profile, Double Shot pudding-style keycaps
  • Dual mode allows you to connect 2 ways- wired with USB-C cable or wireless with Bluetooth 5.1
  • Available exclusively at MK!
  • Multimedia controls only operate in MacOS
The MK LowKey70 is a great option for those used to typing on a laptop or Apple Magic keyboard. It features hotswappable Kailh Choc low-profile switches for the swift response you require. Customize your setup with per-key RGB backlighting. Wireless connectivity over Bluetooth 5.1, and a rechargeable 2,000mAh battery allow for extended usage. Also included is the newly redesigned MK low-profile switch puller, USB Type-C cable (with Type-A adapter), user manual, and quick start guide. Only available at MK!

Details and Specifications

Switch StemsChoc
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Frame Top MaterialAluminum
Frame Bottom MaterialAluminum
Primary LED ColorRGB
Control LED ColorRGB
Hotswap SocketsYes
Multimedia KeysF-Row
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Cord Length72 inches

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  • Got one of these with kailh choc brown switches, and I'm not very impressed. The build quality is solid, and the switches are nice to type on, but it has a few awkward problems.

    The layout feels very cramped and awkward, I keep ending up misaligned from where I want to be typing. Also, one of the rubber feet is taller than the others, so it wobbles back and forth when I type on it. When you plug in the USB cable, you still have to turn on the keyboard with a key combination, which is very bizarre. It has some neat pre-programmed RGB lighting themes, but you have to just manually go through them to find one, and they're broken up into categories in a very unintuitive way.

    But, part of this may be the fact that I just prefer full-size keyboards. I'll get some use out of it, but it's not going to replace my regular board.

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