Review: Anne Pro 2 TLDR: The best mechanical keyboard for work and play while on the move.

The first Anne Pro was the best mobile gaming keyboard when it first launched. It’s a 60% keyboard that came with a variety of Gateron switches, per-key RGB lighting, and supported both a Bluetooth 3.0 and wired connection. While it was an amazing keyboard, it did have software and hardware issues (see Anne Pro 1 Review Here). The Anne Pro 2 fixed those issues and also improved the typing experience overall by offering better software and hardware.




  • 60% Keyboard

  • Per-Key RGB

  • Bluetooth 4.0 with multiple profiles

  • USB-C for wired use

  • On/Off Bluetooth switch

  • Built-in battery

  • Gateron and Kailh switch options


At first glance, the Anne Pro siblings seem identical but a closer look reveals the various improvements and features in the latest model. One of the differences is the switches. The Kailh Browns have a more stable tactile feel thanks to the box switch design and better stabilization bars for the keys. It also incorporates a Bluetooth switch at the bottom of the keyboard which was one of the most requested features for the keyboard.


The AP2 adds a 2nd function key for more control options. FN1 is mapped for the missing keys from a full-size keyboard while FN2 is for the Bluetooth and lighting controls.


The original Anne Pro came with Obins software for Windows and mobile devices which was clunky at best. It required a Bluetooth connection to work and when it did connect, it wasn’t very intuitive and didn’t always save your settings.

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