May 06, 2024

NuPhy Keyboard Text Reviews in April 2024

NuPhy Air60 V2 Review: A Mechanical Keyboard That Can Travel | By Tyler Hayes from How-To Geek

"NuPhy Air60 V2 is a 60% keyboard that uses QMK/VIA software. The 2.4GHz polling rate has been increased from 500Hz to 1,000Hz. The double-shot PBT keycaps enable better durability. The Gateron red switches feel breezy to type on. Overall, this is a quality keyboard that will be easy to travel with."

Is NuPhy Air75 V2 Keyboard Worth It? | By Sam Hallahan from TheGamer

"NuPhy Air75 V2 is a 75% keyboard, it boasts a colourful, simplistic aesthetic while offering many great functionalities. The keyboard feels great, the sounds are soft enough but clicky. If you're looking for something lightweight, portable, Air75 V2 is a worthwhile keyboard."

The Best Gaming Keyboards for Small Hands in 2024 | By Adam Corsetti and Jasper Schmich Kinney from Game Rant

"NuPhy Air75 V2 is a compact wireless 75% keyboard that saves valuable desktop space and excels in productivity tasks, coding, and gaming. Its low-profile switches allow for quick and accurate typing, while the 1000Hz 2.4G polling rate makes it formidable during competitive gaming."

NuPhy Field75 gaming keyboard review – Unusual, yet extremely functional | By Julia from

"NuPhy Field75 mechanical gaming keyboard catches attention with its original diesel-punk style. It is designed in a 75% form factor, the keycaps are made of double-shot PBT plastic, more durable and resistant to wear compared to ABS. In every sense, Field75 is an excellent keyboard. It suits both gaming and text work, offers several color options and stock switches, is almost silent, and very attractive."

NuPhy Gem80 Review — The Rolls Royce of Mechanical Keyboards | By Furqan Shahid from Wccftech 

"NuPhy Gem80 is one of the best keyboards in terms of typing and the overall feel of it. It also provides a similar, consistent experience across the keyboard. There is QMK/VIA support, tri-mode connectivity, lots of ways to customize the keyboard, and stellar battery life."

NuPhy’s First Custom Mechanical Keyboard Gem80 Reviewed In Full | By Mark Sparrow from Forbes

"Gem80 is an 88-key ANSI 80% TKL mechanical keyboard. It produces one of the most satisfying 'thonk' sounds you'll ever hear from a mechanical keyboard. Because the firmware used in Gem80 is QMK compatible, it’s possible to reprogram the keyboard using VIA software."


Best TKL mechanical keyboard: NuPhy Gem80 | By Will Judd from

"NuPhy Gem80 is the best TKL custom keyboard we've tested. You get an all-star performer that feels incredible for typing, coding and gaming. Typing or gaming on the Gem80 just makes me happy, and that's why it is ranked so highly amongst our recommendations."

NuPhy Air96 V2 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review | By Kosta Andreadis from TweakTown

"The build quality, funky design, excellent custom switches, and great-feeling keycaps make Air96 V2 wireless mechanical keyboard a winner. Best of all, Air96 V2 is great for gaming and productivity, in addition to a product just as much for Mac as it is for PC."