Review: The KnewKey Rymek is a gorgeous, retro-inspired mechanical keyboard

June 13, 2018 Matthew Hughes


Typewriters are pretty much dead, except to two categories of people: Russian spies, who want to ensure that their kompromat reports don’t fall into the wrong hands, and hipsters, who I think we can all agree, are morally equivalent. Pandering to the latter audience is the KnewKey Rymek. This mechanical keyboard looks just like a typewriter of yesteryear, but can connect to your laptop via USB, or to your phone over its built-in Bluetooth radio. KnowKey sent TNW a review unit last week, and we’ve thoroughly put it through its paces. What we’ve found is a compelling mechanical keyboard that…

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