today includes theTesoro gram MX One the Roccat 120 Aimo the Corsair k70 RGB mk.2 lowprofile the wireless Logitech G915 and cool master SK 630 and I guess it'san expectation that low-profile keyboards are going to be more expensiveas they most definitely sell less volume so that LP premium is real the commondenominator among all 

01:-Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile.

these keyboards of course some form of low profile elementsthe K70 and the SK630 for example use cherry low-profile switches that aremuch smaller in comparison to standard MX which is this means the keyboardframe on the K70 is thinner compared to normal K70 plus the slim style keycap reduce the overall height of the keyboard to 29 millimeters instead of 40millimeters with standard MX switches this also means low-profile

 switcheshave less travel distance and feel completely different for one thelow-profile speed switch is incredibly quiet it's almost like there's somedampening happening when you bottomed out with a bit more resistance than yourstandard size MX speed switch the low-profile red switch for exampleregisters at one point two millimeters instead of two 

millimeters on full-sizedMX so that is definitely one advantage of low-profile switches if you preferfaster actuation and less coolermaster uses a similar idea withlow-profile switches and shorter key caps I'll tell the flat nature of themwithout any grooves is a disadvantage it makes the keyboard look and feelbulky despite having the same key cap height as the k70 

especially because theentire frame is raised if only the front was slimmer to lowerthe entire profile but to me it's actually the flat key caps that ruin anotherwise promising phone factor that the Tesoro gram MX one takes a differentapproach to low profile by reducing the size of the frame itself the key caps astandard the MX switches to but the flatter design of the frame helps tominimize the

 footprint and appear low-profile like the angular frontsection of that metal plate small forehead and tiny side sections eventhough it is the highest keyboard among these five I would still consider to below-profile the Roccaot Vulcan is another unique low profile example with a thinframe and the coolest key cap design that I've seen it's flooring style plusthe thin and narrow format of the key caps helps to minimize the visualbulkiness of the keyboard also the front row of the keys is 

curved that improvesthe ergonomics of the entire layout it is kind of brilliant the switcheshowever are not low-profile but it's interesting how all these other elementsgive the keyboard that low profile character now some users in ourcommunity post have experienced issues with the switches and I'm breathing onsimilar switch problems from user reviews on Amazon and that is just notacceptable for $150 I wanted to save the 

02:- Logitech G915 Lightspeed -

03:-Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO - 

04:-Tesoro GRAM MX One -

05:-Cooler Master SK630 -

06:-DeepCool Castle 240EX

best for last as the G915 from Logitechwasd designedwith low profile in its DNA it's the thinnest mechanical keyboardthat I've used at only twenty two millimeters and here the frame theswitches and the key caps are all part of that low profile game and this thingis Wireless too but it's crazy expensive at $150 I really don't know who'd buy itI've also accidentally broken a few key cap legs when removing them from theswitch but the 

structure is impressive the frame is almost non-existent the keycaps are almost half the height of the K70 key caps and the switches havethe least travel distance of two point seven millimeters with the actuationpoint happening at 1.5 it honestly feels very 

impressive to have that much traveldistance on something that this thin especialbecause the body is not angled someone that's on your desk it feels like it'spart of the desk instead of being on top of it I feel like that is one majorbenefit of having such flat low profile keyboards and that is risk placementwhich is more 

comfortable for me when the key caps are closer to the surfaceyou don't require a wrist rest to even out the wrist angle because the higherthe keyboard the more strain you'll experience and typing on the k70 lowprofile or the G915 is incredibly comfortable and you can see thedifference a slim profile makes on my wrists and it made me realize that thelow 

profile keyboard isn't supposed to be a tiny keyboard and it's not supposedto like minimize the footprint of the keyboard itself on a desk instead thefocus is on comfort and minimizing that visual bulk of either the key caps orthe frame itself and unfortunately we're not at the point of having good varietywhen it comes to low profile designs yet they're all still full-sized layoutswith either chunky cables

insane price points and very few switch options - andif you guys have any suggestions for a low profile keyboard that you think isworth it let me know in the comments as

 from my perfect low profile keyboard Iwould have the G915 but in a TKL form factor and make speed low profileswitches and the key caps from the Vulcan but I'm interested to hear if youcare about low profile keyboards at all let me know in the comments thanks somuch for watching don't forget to subscribe check out this other relevantcontent all the links for products will be listedin the description thanks for watching I'll talk to you in the next videostopped right in time for the construction to begin yay yes hear the

well hello good people it seems likelow profile gaming keyboards are rising in popularity but why what is it abouthaving a shorter keyboard body and lower key caps that improves the overall userexperience so first of all low profile is not a specification it's notstandardized meaning across keyboard brands you might have a chunky frame butlow profile keycaps you might have low profile switches but a large keyboardbody or a keyboard that is designed from the ground up to be as low profile aspossible but also quite massive so let's take these five low profile keyboardsthat I've collected over time and see exactly why a perfect low profilekeyboard does not exist 

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