NuPhy Keyboard YouTube Reviews in August 2023

NuPhy Field75 review by ShortCircuit

This Keyboard comes with EVERYTHING - NuPhy Field75

"Field75 keyboard is a hot-swappable keyboard that includes 8 macro keys and a good-feeling roller knob. The keyboard supports wired, 2.4G wireless, and Bluetooth modes. It comes with double-shot PBT keycaps and a number of switches like Polaris, fleeting gold, Cherry speed silver, and Cherry Ergo clear. I'm especially excited about the GhostBar and the RGB lighting. While the plastic shell is my only complaint, I really like Field75 especially because it's got the USB hub, which isn't a super common feature on more premium mechanical keyboards."



Lofree Flow vs NuPhy Air75 - Best 75% Low Profile Keyboard

"NuPhy Air75 and Lofree Flow are both 75% keyboards with ANSI layouts. Air75 boasts a 2500 mAh battery, while Flow has a 2000 mAh one. Flow offers three Bluetooth connections and USB-C wired, while Air75 has the same plus a 2.4 GHz connection for up to four wireless devices. Both keyboards have dye-sub PBT keycaps, a choice of linear and tactile switches, as well as hot-swappable PCBs. While they provide a great typing experience, they differ in sound. You can place Air75 on top of a laptop whereas you cannot do that with Lofree Flow. Personal preferences make it tough to declare a clear winner, as both excel in different areas."



 Fall in love with the super cool gaming keyboard "NuPhy x AKIRA40K Field75"

"Field75 gaming keyboard feels heavy and substantial. The design is impressive, the sound as well as the tactile feedback are excellent. The 75% layout is very practical. The build quality is exceptional. There's a gear-like dial for choosing between USB, 2.4GHz, and Bluetooth connections. Overall, it's a great keyboard for gaming."



NuPhy Air75 still worth it?

"The 75% compact layout here is great. The keycaps are dye-sub PBT keycaps, the color and print sharpness are pretty good, and they have a matte finish. There are three switches options: Gateron low-profile red, blue, or brown switches, and they do come with factory lube. You can also change the switches because this keyboard uses hot-swap PCB. Air75 is a high-quality keyboard with a timeless design, it definitely still holds up when compared to other low-profile keyboards in the market."

[No complaints about the appearance and feeling of keystrokes! ] | NuPhy Field75: Custom Mechanical Keyboard Review

"NuPhy Field75 is a 75% keyboard that offers a comfortable typing experience. It boasts a refined polling rate of 1000Hz, making it a great gaming device. It can be paired with up to three Bluetooth devices and one 2.4G device. With a 4200mAh battery, it ensures up to 160 hours of use. All in all, you can enjoy the excellent feeling and sound of keystrokes, as well as the innovative appearance and excellent functionality that cater to both gamers and non-gamers alike."

Best Back-to-School Tech/Gadgets Accessories

"NuPhy Air75 is one of the best-looking keyboards. It sounds amazing, has low-profile keys, which is my preference, and offers both wired and wireless options to connect with. It's lightweight enough to take with you from dorm to library and even comes in a similar 60-key version without the top Opera function keys. It is also slim enough to fit into pockets, toss into your bag, or just carry by hand."



NuPhy Halo75 Review - The Best Prebuilt Keyboard

"The keycaps are double-shot PBT in KOP profile; they do feel pretty nice when typing. The spacebar, Ghostbar, is very special. The middle piece under the spacebar is silicone to absorb the sound, and there are also chambers on both sides to reduce the noise produced as well. The Gateron Baby Raccoon linear switches feel snappy and sound pretty good. As for the mods included in the Halo75, there's a plate and PCB silicone piece, and case silicone inside to make this keyboard sound full. Anyways, if you want to get the Halo75, I would say go for it."



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