Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by PeteD Decent keyboard for price
Seems these days you need a gaming keyboard if you want something old-school feeling for typing on, and for that its great. It also looks fairly normal for office use except for the gothic font on the keys and the light-up space bar, which I think look great anyway! It looses a point for me because the keys are a bit wobbly.
23 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dakaar fantasic keyboard
a fantastic keyboard. the keys feel really nice to type on. it has some quite nice weight to it. along with the rubber feet on the front and the legs its a solid keyboard that doesn't slide over your desk. shame it doesnt have a wrist rest but for the prices its still great
20 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by mintsauce666 for the price cant be beaten.
great keyboard for the price cant be beaten, have to say after going from a mad kats 5 to this is a breath of fresh air. the only downfall is the lack of back lit keys. but apart from that its brilliant.
25 January 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wilky Excellent gaming keyboard for less than £20
For less than 20 quid you can't go wrong with the K10, I'm one of those that don't like spending tons of money on keyboards, It's built to last and is heavy so it won't go sliding about on your desk, key has a kinda mechanical sound to them & it also light up green on the spacebar which you can turn off if you wish.
Overall superb keyboard for the price & you just not get better for £20.
22 December 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by WaveASatsuma For the price its unbeatable
Its heavy, its plastic but its simply brilliant. The keys are responsive and I have had no issues with ghosting keys at all making it great for gaming.
It is a bit clacky on the noise front but that's due to the mechanical hybrid design it has.
It is simply a great keyboard for the price.
Did I mention its heavy.
13 December 2014