I have been using a Filco Majestouch 2 as my main keyboard for 6 years. It is a wonderful keyboard and just as good now as it was when I bought it 6 years ago.
As always happens with these things, I wanted an upgrade. But how do you upgrade something that is perfect? The main things I was looking for with a new keyboard was to be wireless and tenkeyless. Given how amazing the Majestouch 2 is, I hoped for a wireless, tenkeyless Majestouch 2.
After much nagging, Filco have finally produced it, in the form of the Convertible 2 TKL.
It feels exactly like the Majestouch 2 - heavy and solid with great build quality. It is a pleasure to type on, and Bluetooth pairing is very easy. I use it on my PC (wired), laptop (BT) and phone (BT) and it works perfectly. There is no noticeable input lag when using it via Bluetooth, which was my one worry about going the wireless route.
My only qualms about the board are:
1. For some bizarre reason, the function key to increase volume is on the left of the decrease volume key. This is the opposite of the established standard. Fortunately this doesn't really affect me as I don't plan on using those keys anyway.
2. The keycaps are the standard Filco keycaps. While they're not bad, they're not perfect. I will be swapping them out very soon for some nice PBT engraved caps.
Neither of these is a dealbreaker, and so if you are looking for a tenkeyless wireless keyboard, the Filco Convertible 2 is probably the best on the market.
If you are looking at getting a wired Majestouch 2, I would actually just recommend getting the Convertible 2 (full-size or tenkeyless, depending on your needs). It is basically the same keyboard, but with the added benefit of wireless as an option. Even if you don't want to use the wireless functionality, the fact that the cable is detachable on the Convertible 2 is a massive upgrade. The cable for the Majestouch 2 is fixed to the board which means that if you happen to need a longer or shorter USB cable you have no real choices.