Got an Anne Pro 2 Mechanical Keyboard for a while, and though it is quite good to give it writing about him.
- Must admit I loved the brown switch. It gives a good, balanced sensation between the non-linearity of the blue switch and the silence of red switch.
- Much smaller than my prior TKL daily drive keyboard.
- Bluetooth means less hassle with cables.
- Type-C, of which I always have two or three of them in my backpack.
The bad (not really the bad)
- The lack of the tilde (~) key makes it a little hard for me to type it. I have to use the Shift+Fn1+Esc combo, which is less convenient compared to having a dedicated key.
- Sometimes Bluetooth doesn’t pair up well, this might be related to my dual-boot laptop.
- The “white” light is blue-tinted and not truly white compared to my laptop’s backlit keyboard.
- Custom keymappings! Although it’s not fully “hackable” like those QMK-supported boards, I can still give it some shot of customisation.
- I now map Fn+HJKL for arrow keys. Now I have some Vim-like keybindings everywhere including my iPad.
- I have a dedicated shortcut for switching desktop workspace. No need to move my hands from the keyboard to the mouse anymore.
- I’m now getting used to all the “bad”s mentioned above, so not really a big deal for me, but yes, it takes time to adjust yourself to match it.