Eagletec KG010 Mechanical Keyboard Clicky Blue Switch Equivalent Wired Ergonomic Office Keyboard Review

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Today's review is going to look at the Eagletec KG010 Mechanical Keyboard Clicky Blue Switch Equivalent Wired Ergonomic Office Keyboard.

We’ll provide you with all the detailed information you could need. You just need to make your own final decision.

Our rating: 8 / 10

Cost: $

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  • Backlit keyboard keys, and a large font for easy viewing from far
  • High-end programmable ergonomic mechanical keyboard
  • Solid, stable, and portable
  • Custom keycaps
  • Good build quality, with a sturdy design built to provide durability
  • Quiet keys with good tactile feedback
  • Great for long typing periods
  • Sensitive force feedback
  • The keyboard uses a USB cable instead of a PS/2 socket
  • Supports two operating systems (Windows and Linux) and four layouts (US English, French, German, and Italian)


  • The keycaps aren’t the best, and are prone to picking up dust and dirt from your desk
  • The construction isn’t as sturdy as other metal keyboards
  • The keyboard needs a bit of time to get used to
  • You might have to use the keyboard converter in certain scenarios

I picked the EagleTec KG010 Mechanical Keyboard because it's an ergonomically designed keyboard that I use as my daily driver. It also comes with a nice dust bag that helps reduce any dust from getting inside the keyboard while in a bag or backpack.

Those bluesy switches are perfect for my gaming style, offering a medium resistance with a light, crisp tactile feedback.

The backlighting is nice and the highlighted WASD keys allows me to move my thumb from one key to the next without having to look at the keyboard. The keycaps not only stay clean, but they are also easy to clean and replace if needed.

The Aircraft Grade Aluminum build of the keyboard is pretty solid and it is very lightweight. Despite its lightweight and slim size, it feels quite solid and offers a nice elevated typing experience.

The USB connector is in a ball-style holder that is a bit of a pain to get out, but once I got the hang of only depressing the button on the keyboard, I haven't had a problem with it.

I picked this keyboard for its flexibility, its lightweight, and the fact that it has a lovely media and control bar on the left-hand-side of the keyboard.

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