Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
Ajazz K620T
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Ajazz K620T

62 Keys RGB Bluetooth Wireless/Wired Mechanical Keyboard

    Bluetooth wireless&wired dual mode keyboard, 4400mAh battery
    19 types RGB lights&PBT keycaps
    Volume wheel key&12” tablet supported
    Stabilized keys & USB-C connection
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60% Layout Compact Keyboard and 19 RGB Backlits

Inspired by the community, we designed the K620T keyboard to maximize portability and functionality. It is engineered with more than 19 types of RGB backlight options, as well as a static white backlight. It is a keyboard that is always in sync with your mood to keep you happy and productive. Easily cycle through the different backlight schemes using the lights effect key.

Scroll Knob for Easily Control Volume

Featuring a minimalistic and sophisticated design, K620T is designed to deliver the power and tactile satisfaction of a fully mechanical keyboard with a compact and portable functionality for the on-the-go user. Layout design and optimized for complete control. The K620T features a versatile scroll knob that works as a volume controller natively with any operating system. Easily control your media volume using the scroll knob.

4400mAh Battery Bluetooth Wireless/Wired Keyboard

K620T is embedded with a huge 4,400mAh battery, which can support more than 880 hours work without RGB lights, and 50 hours of work under RGB lights, depending on your daily usage. It can connect up to 3 devices, switch between different devices using the FN+Q, FN +W, FN+E, or commands.It is always ready to take on your work. Encounter a whole new workflow with the freedom of a wireless keyboard - and leave behind your battery woes!

Stabilized Keys and PBT Keycaps

The large keys on the K620T (space-bar, shift-key, enter, etc) are stabilized to make sure that every stroke - from whatever angle - is secure and confident. This eliminates any potential for wobbly keys that often plague mechanical keyboards and ensures a more efficient typing experience. We specifically selected the superior PBT Keycaps. It’s stiffer, durable, stay true in color, and won’t develop a shine effect over time. It’s waterproof, abrasion-resistant, and dust resistant.

IOS, Windows and Android Compatible

Compatible with every operating system out there, K620T is the perfect match! The K620T is also able to switch among different device in the bluetooth mode, which helps you to work more efficiently in a compact space!

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Layout
62 Keys (the wheel key included)
RGB Functionality
19 types of RGB backlight options
Connectivity
Wireless and wired mode
Bluetooth version
Boardcom Bluetooth 3.0
Compatible system
Win7/8/9/10 Android, iOS, Mac
Charging port
USB Type-C
Battery capacity
4400mAh-Up to 880 hours of use
USB Type-C cable length
1.5m
Switch available
Blue switch(clicky); Pink switch (linear)
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
  • Keyboard
  • USB-C cable
  • Instruction manual

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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J
J.R.
Perfect little portable workstation with a comfortable desktop feel.

Back in August 2020, I backed the Ajazz K620T Kickstarter, snagging myself one of the keyboards for the special Early Bird price of $55 (US).

The Ajazz K620T is a 60% (61 key) portable keyboard designed to have the stability and feel of a desktop keyboard. The thing which drew me to the K620T initially is that, while it would undoubtedly work well with a desktop or laptop (connecting via USB or Bluetooth), it seems to have been designed very much with tablets and even mobile phones in mind. This appealed to me because, while I’m extremely unlikely to take my laptop out with me “just in case”, slipping my iPad into my bag seems like a much simpler and easier option. Or it would do if I had the right keyboard to take with me…

The K620T has an integrated tablet/phone stand that can accommodate a screen size of up to 12 inches. This means that there’s no need for additional stands or cases or for you to try to balance your device somewhere awkwardly while you’re working. The keyboard itself is a bit more weighty than you might expect (800g / 1.76lbs on my kitchen scales) but that’s all to the good because it helps to keep everything really nice and stable and solid feeling, even with a 12″ iPad sitting in the dock.

The K620T also has a dial knob next to the stand, which is used to control the audio playback volume on the connected device. Click the dial down and you can mute/unmute the device. It’s a nice little feature and ideal if you’re sat typing with your headphones on.

Up to three Bluetooth connections can be stored on the K620T and cycled through using Fn and Q, W, and E keys. I found it really easy to set up the connection with my iPad, with an older Android tablet, and with my Android phone.

The keys are backlit and there is a ludicrous range of settings (19 backlight options, all of which are speed and brightness-adjustable). Some of these are pretty eye-watering, to be honest, but there are also plenty of simple, useful ones. The K620T also comes with a few extra keycaps (a red Esc, a green Enter, and a yellow Spacebar) just in case you fancy a bit of customisation straight out of the box.

My normal, day-to-day work keyboard is a 65% / 68 key (the Durgod Fusion) and initially, I am feeling the lack of arrow keys on the K620T, especially given the fact that I’m using it with an iPad / tablet and so without a mouse. That said, it’s definitely something I’ll be able to get used to, especially since you can use Fn key combinations to act as up, down, left, and right.

All the keys on the keyboard correspond to the correct characters (which you’d think would be a given but that’s not been my experience, sadly). Backlit battery life is reportedly 50 hours, and unlit it’s an impressive 880 hours. The backlight switches off automatically when in Bluetooth mode if left inactive for 10 minutes.

The K620T comes in two colours, white and black (I went for black), and there’s a choice of Clicky blue key switches or Linear pink ones (I went for the latter which are still pretty clicky, but not too loud).

All in all, I’m really impressed with the Ajazz K620T. It seems to be exactly what I’d hoped it would be; a perfect little portable workstation (when coupled with an iPad or tablet) with a comfortable desktop feel.

B
B.F.
a VERY NICE keyboard! But messy customer service

I had to contact Epomaker multiple times...once to correct my adress that was already correct, but epomaker later stated that they had some problems with the shipping company... I did not get notified if my shipping was correct or not, so i contacted Epomaker again to ask if my shipping information was correct, and if so- when i would recieve my keyboard. I waited like two weeks for a response, then i finnally got a response that stated that i would get the keyboard the very next day... very inconvenient...

BUT the build quality is AMAZING, and it blew my expectations out of the water... so if you are prepaired to go through that process, definitally buy this keyboard, its honestly great!

F
F.
No regrets about this keyboard

Backed this on Kickstarter and was lucky to receive the correct spec keyboard. The keyboard sounds exactly like I expected it to. Build quality is really nice. They keyboard feels solid and the weight is nice. This is my first 60% keyboard so I don't have much experience or anything else to compare it with. The RGB is great when I use it with the lights out. There is only one minor issue in that for the solid color effect only cyan is available and for the breathing effect only blue. From the included instructions I can't find any function to switch between the colors. Not a big deal though.

Overall, I'd get this again no doubt.

C
C.V.
Fantastic Keyboard

I have purchased many different mechanical keyboards over the years and this one is one of the best I've ever owned for under $100!
The build quality is great, switches feel good, and it comes with a really nice right angle USB-C cable. Bluetooth is easy to set up.

I will say, I bought mine during the Massdrop campaign and did receive the wrong switches. HOWEVER, I think that the way they offered either a $25 refund or a $35 store credit is a very very generous apology. I only paid $49 for the keyboard during the Massdrop, so $25 is HALF back, for the wrong switches. Not a mechanical defect, not a design flaw, just a minor shipping issue. I ordered the blue switches, but received the pink switches, and I LOVE them. I didn't realize I like these softer switches, most of my other keyboards are some variation of MX Blues.
So that's my two cents.

Either way, this keyboard is fantastic, a must buy!

O
O.A.
wrong switches.

I ordered mine with the "pink switches" and received blue switches instead. Yes they sent me an email to give me $25 back but it's really not worth it to be honest, If I were to return it to get me a red one it would take months to ship and I really don't feel like waiting that long with no good keyboard, I used a razor keyboard before this that I sold and if I were to send this one back I would be stuck with a membrane keyboard for a WHILE. honestly kind of disappointed but it's whatever.

FAQ

Shipping & Handling

Which countries do you ship to?

We are generally able to ship to most countries via DHL Express, and many countries via Standard Shipping. You may clarify with our team to see whether Standard Shipping is available to your country.

We can only do Standard Shipping for the UK, India and Russia. We can only do Express Shipping to Africa, Argentina, Hawaii, Kuwait, Mauritius, Montenegro and Sri Lanka, to name a few.... Click here to read our Shipping Policy.

How much does shipping cost?

We have two shipping options - Standard Shipping and Express Shipping via DHL Express. Standard Shipping is free for orders over $130USD, while Express Shipping is 10-50USD depending on your country. Shipping fees exclude import taxes or processing fees that might be applicable for your country. Epomaker is not responsible for any form of such fees.

How long does it take to receive the order after it is placed?

For in-stock products, your order will be shipped within 3 working days. Customized items will take a longer time (do check in with our staff for more information). On normal non-sale days, once your parcel has been shipped out:

  • For Standard Shipping, it takes about 2-3 weeks for items to be delivered after shipping out. For some countries, it might take up to 2-3 months, depending on your country and its customs. The duration for transit is something beyond our control. Epomaker will not be making refunds for such cases. Please consider an upgrade to DHL Express or keep the waiting time in mind.
  • For Express Shipping, it takes about 3-7 days for items to be delivered after shipping out.

Warranty & Returns

7-Day Return Policy

On the ground of disliking a product, you may return any non-customized and non-sales product that is sealed, within the 7 days upon receiving it. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It also must be in the original packaging. Customized and sales products, accessories, or spare parts are excluded from the 7-day return policy. The shipping fee, handling fees, or any form of tax caused by return will NOT be refunded.

Additionally, a restocking fee (35% of the item’s retail value) will be charged under this circumstance... Click here to read our full return policy.

1 Year Warranty

Epomaker offers a 1-year warranty for keyboards and DIY kits, and offers a 6-month warranty for keycap sets and cases (e.g the case-only product sold separately). Batteries will be covered by the 3-month warranty. Accessories such as keycap pullers, switch pullers, free spare keycaps, cables etc., are excluded from the warranty. To claim for a warranty or confirm whether your product is eligible for return/warranty, please kindly contact us via support@epomaker.com.

The warranty does not extend to any product whose serial number has been defaced or altered, just as the warranty will cease if you make modifications in the software not authorized by Epomaker. Click here to read our full Warranty Policy.

48 Working Hours response to Support Inqueries.

For items that are damaged, incorrect, or faulty upon delivery, you must contact support@epomaker.com within 7 days upon delivery. You need to provide any solid proof of the problem you come across. Epomaker will help you identify the problem, and may cover the shipping cost according to the agreed amount. Please kindly note that a shipping fee that is extremely higher than the 15% of product value is non-refundable. The shipping fee won’t be refunded if the product is not with any manufacturer defects.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
67%
(4)
17%
(1)
17%
(1)
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(0)
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J
J.R.
Perfect little portable workstation with a comfortable desktop feel.

Back in August 2020, I backed the Ajazz K620T Kickstarter, snagging myself one of the keyboards for the special Early Bird price of $55 (US).

The Ajazz K620T is a 60% (61 key) portable keyboard designed to have the stability and feel of a desktop keyboard. The thing which drew me to the K620T initially is that, while it would undoubtedly work well with a desktop or laptop (connecting via USB or Bluetooth), it seems to have been designed very much with tablets and even mobile phones in mind. This appealed to me because, while I’m extremely unlikely to take my laptop out with me “just in case”, slipping my iPad into my bag seems like a much simpler and easier option. Or it would do if I had the right keyboard to take with me…

The K620T has an integrated tablet/phone stand that can accommodate a screen size of up to 12 inches. This means that there’s no need for additional stands or cases or for you to try to balance your device somewhere awkwardly while you’re working. The keyboard itself is a bit more weighty than you might expect (800g / 1.76lbs on my kitchen scales) but that’s all to the good because it helps to keep everything really nice and stable and solid feeling, even with a 12″ iPad sitting in the dock.

The K620T also has a dial knob next to the stand, which is used to control the audio playback volume on the connected device. Click the dial down and you can mute/unmute the device. It’s a nice little feature and ideal if you’re sat typing with your headphones on.

Up to three Bluetooth connections can be stored on the K620T and cycled through using Fn and Q, W, and E keys. I found it really easy to set up the connection with my iPad, with an older Android tablet, and with my Android phone.

The keys are backlit and there is a ludicrous range of settings (19 backlight options, all of which are speed and brightness-adjustable). Some of these are pretty eye-watering, to be honest, but there are also plenty of simple, useful ones. The K620T also comes with a few extra keycaps (a red Esc, a green Enter, and a yellow Spacebar) just in case you fancy a bit of customisation straight out of the box.

My normal, day-to-day work keyboard is a 65% / 68 key (the Durgod Fusion) and initially, I am feeling the lack of arrow keys on the K620T, especially given the fact that I’m using it with an iPad / tablet and so without a mouse. That said, it’s definitely something I’ll be able to get used to, especially since you can use Fn key combinations to act as up, down, left, and right.

All the keys on the keyboard correspond to the correct characters (which you’d think would be a given but that’s not been my experience, sadly). Backlit battery life is reportedly 50 hours, and unlit it’s an impressive 880 hours. The backlight switches off automatically when in Bluetooth mode if left inactive for 10 minutes.

The K620T comes in two colours, white and black (I went for black), and there’s a choice of Clicky blue key switches or Linear pink ones (I went for the latter which are still pretty clicky, but not too loud).

All in all, I’m really impressed with the Ajazz K620T. It seems to be exactly what I’d hoped it would be; a perfect little portable workstation (when coupled with an iPad or tablet) with a comfortable desktop feel.

B
B.F.
a VERY NICE keyboard! But messy customer service

I had to contact Epomaker multiple times...once to correct my adress that was already correct, but epomaker later stated that they had some problems with the shipping company... I did not get notified if my shipping was correct or not, so i contacted Epomaker again to ask if my shipping information was correct, and if so- when i would recieve my keyboard. I waited like two weeks for a response, then i finnally got a response that stated that i would get the keyboard the very next day... very inconvenient...

BUT the build quality is AMAZING, and it blew my expectations out of the water... so if you are prepaired to go through that process, definitally buy this keyboard, its honestly great!

F
F.
No regrets about this keyboard

Backed this on Kickstarter and was lucky to receive the correct spec keyboard. The keyboard sounds exactly like I expected it to. Build quality is really nice. They keyboard feels solid and the weight is nice. This is my first 60% keyboard so I don't have much experience or anything else to compare it with. The RGB is great when I use it with the lights out. There is only one minor issue in that for the solid color effect only cyan is available and for the breathing effect only blue. From the included instructions I can't find any function to switch between the colors. Not a big deal though.

Overall, I'd get this again no doubt.

C
C.V.
Fantastic Keyboard

I have purchased many different mechanical keyboards over the years and this one is one of the best I've ever owned for under $100!
The build quality is great, switches feel good, and it comes with a really nice right angle USB-C cable. Bluetooth is easy to set up.

I will say, I bought mine during the Massdrop campaign and did receive the wrong switches. HOWEVER, I think that the way they offered either a $25 refund or a $35 store credit is a very very generous apology. I only paid $49 for the keyboard during the Massdrop, so $25 is HALF back, for the wrong switches. Not a mechanical defect, not a design flaw, just a minor shipping issue. I ordered the blue switches, but received the pink switches, and I LOVE them. I didn't realize I like these softer switches, most of my other keyboards are some variation of MX Blues.
So that's my two cents.

Either way, this keyboard is fantastic, a must buy!

O
O.A.
wrong switches.

I ordered mine with the "pink switches" and received blue switches instead. Yes they sent me an email to give me $25 back but it's really not worth it to be honest, If I were to return it to get me a red one it would take months to ship and I really don't feel like waiting that long with no good keyboard, I used a razor keyboard before this that I sold and if I were to send this one back I would be stuck with a membrane keyboard for a WHILE. honestly kind of disappointed but it's whatever.