focus fk-747

Posted On 07/20/2019 By In Keyboard Reviews, Reviews

Review: Focus FK-747, Made Before Focus Found Its Identity

In this episode, Thomas looks at yet another¬†Focus keyboard, this time an early model. Almost prototypical in terms of what Focus did with its keyboards later, the FK-747 boasts excellent build quality and great switches (blue Alps). This keyboard stems from an era in which Focus wasn’t putting all kinds of bells and whistles–such as programmable function keys, diagonal arrow keys, turbo keys, function key strips, and even calculators–on their keyboards yet. A very musical addition to the collection, it’ll feature in a blue Alps comparison video he has planned for the future!

Check out Thomas’ reviews of the Focus FK-555 and the Focus FK-3001, as well his YouTube channel. Also check out that original FK-747 box…

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Seth Colaner

Editor in Chief of Keychatter. Irrepressibly interested in things. Loves devices that click and clack. Data nerd. Proud Midwesterner. Pass the buffalo chicken dip.

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