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To meet the standards of hardcore gamers, the demand of gaming keyboards is on the rise. Without compromising the tactile feel of the high-end mechanical keyboards, we found a sweet spot, a balance point between the experience of a mechanical keyboard and an affordable price.
 
 
 
To the enthusiast, one of the most important aspects of a keyboard is the typing touch and feel, which a tactile touch from the keyboard brings a lot more enjoyment in daily usage. The K10’s POM key switches brings a whole new level of tactile feedback compared to conventional membrane keyboards.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The K10 comes equipped with durable PBT reinforced keycaps that endures millions of strokes no matter how gamers rough it out.
 

Anti-ghosting is a mechanism which allows multiple keys to be registered simultaneously at key press. The K10 allows up to 30-key anti-ghosting, which is particularly important especially for FPS or rhythmic games which multiple key presses are constantly necessary.
 
 
 
 
The Windows key is also easily disabled with a toggle to prevent accidental strokes of the key which destroys the gaming immersion.
 
A cable management mechanism is built in to the back of the keyboard, the user is able to adjust the cable route to their convenience.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Specifications

Interface: Full Speed USB
Polling Rate: 1000 Hz
Key number: 104 keys (by language)
Key stroke: 3.8±0.5mm
Key force: 55±15g
Switch life: about 20 million life cycles
Cable length: 180cm
Dimensions: 448 (L) x 148 (W) x 34(H) mm
Product weight: about 1.2kg
N-key Rollover with 30 keys trigger capability
Membrane key-switches with plunged key structure
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Reviews

Performance and feel of the K10 allows consumers to experience the mechanical feel of a high end gaming keyboard without the same costs.

I would wholeheartedly recommend the K10 to anyone looking to try out what a mechanical keyboard feels like in daily use but doesn't want to spend too much yet. While the K10 is not as full featured as other name brand keyboards with software support, the price and the tactile feel really makes it too good of a deal to let go.

Kenysl.com

It comes close to being a really nice upper tier rubber dome, something that is noticeably different from the £3 office keyboard you’ve been using but not as expensive as a mechanical.

XSReviews.co.uk

The quality and features offered is already beyond many gaming keyboards at the same price range. 

Tech Critters  

     

The typing experience of the K10 is one the best we have found on a membrane keyboard and i-Rocks have done well when looking to mimic the mechanical "feel".

HardwareHeaven.com

        

Rock solid performance, great build quality and a stylish design make this one of the best budget keyboards on the market today, you’ll struggle to find anything similar without doubling your budget first.

eTeknix.com

      

The real icing on the cake for the K10 is it’s price!

PCGameWare.co.uk

Really steals the show for me, if you are looking for a simple gaming keyboard, stop looking; buy this one.

Play3r.net

Budget concious pure membrane haters should have [the K10] on their shortlist.

Bit-Tech.net