Satechi’s new SM1 Slim Mechanical Keyboard has a 75% layout and low-profile switches for a thin yet clacky typing experience

Satechi's new SM1 Slim Mechanical Keyboard has a 75% layout and low-profile switches for a thin yet clacky typing experience 3

It’s true that there are a dizzying number of keyboards available on the market today. There are Mac keyboards from all the usual brands including Logitech and of course Apple, but then there is the world of mechanical keyboards from brands that some might never have heard from. Spoiler — they’re often some of the better ones on the market. But then there’s Satechi, a company that you might associate with other products like its new 145W GaN Travel Charger or its Qi2 iPhone stands.

The company is no stranger to making a keyboard, but it has a new one to shout about. The SM1 Slim Mechanical Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard, or the SM1 as I’ll be calling it from here on out, has a lot going for it. That starts with the way it looks, to be sure. But beyond that, there are features that mechanical keyboard fans are going to like while people who just want a nice keyboard to type on will enjoy some of the others.

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