But back in second grade, my keyboard layout merely helped me experience cyberbullying before I could use the internet. I first tried the Keychron K3, which is thin and eminently portable. Most mechanical keyboards have sculpted keys, meaning each row is curved to the shape of your fingers, according to the QWERTY layout. The Keychron K3 was the first keyboard I’d ever used with keycaps that matched the right-hand Dvorak layout I use, instead of the more-common QWERTY layout. Unlike my embarrassing orange keyboard cover of the past, my custom keyboard will feel very intimate and personal, my five-finger refuge.