I wonder what Clevo this is based off of?
It’s the Clevo PC50DN2 — see this post (https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-Key-15-Clevo-PC50DN2-in-review-A-lot-of-performance-in-a-slim-compact-case.492805.0.html) for a ton more details on the hardware.
I’d like to know more about what typing on the “Focus M2” (or similar re-badges) is like. PC consumer laptops usually have keys with absolutely no travel, inconsistent pressure to trigger the keys, can feel the laptop body flexing under the keyboard, etc. I saw the linked non-developer-centric review said “While typing, the keyboard yields slightly in the middle” which is a bit of a red flag.
In my opinion/experience, the only modern PC laptops that are OK are Dell XPS series and business-grade Lenovos (but I’m sure others exist). Still have a ThinkPad X60 in the cupboard as a reminder of the last laptop keyboard I actually liked typing on.
I didn’t really notice any flexing in the middle. It is not the “rock solid” feel I have with my unibody MacBook Pro, but it is not at all like many of the cheaper laptops I’ve used where you notice a difference in feel in the middle of the keyboard vs. the outside.
I didn’t have any issues typing on it for a few days (I decided to use the internal keyboard because of the clamshell-related issues I mentioned).