Keychron K10 Pro Wireless Custom Mechanical Keyboard, QMK/VIA Programmable Full-Size Bluetooth/Wired RGB Backlight with Hot-swappable Keychron K Pro Brown Switch Compatible with…

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  • 100% Layout Mechanical Keyboard: Keychron K10 Pro is a premium full-size wireless mechanical keyboard. The K10 Pro has been re-engineered from the inside out to upgrade the typing experience. It allows anyone to master any keyboard keys or macro commands through VIA and users can hot-swap with any MX mechanical switch in a breeze. The polling rate is 1000 Hz out of the box, which makes latency non-existent for the competitive game.
  • QMK/VIA Programmable: Keychron K10 Pro allows anyone to remap any key, and create macro commands, shortcuts, or combination keys through VIA. Simply connect the K10 Pro to your device with a cable, drag and drop your favorite keys or macro commands to remap any key you want on any system (macOS, Windows, or Linux). Note: User can remap a key on wired mode only. Once it’s done, the keymap will work on both wireless and wired modes.
  • Supports Wireless and Wired Mode: You can connect the K10 Pro with up to 3 devices wirelessly via its stable Broadcom Bluetooth 5.1 for seamless multitasking across your laptop, phone, and tablet. Switch among them swiftly, and it’s fully compatible with both Mac and Windows. The K10 Pro can last up to 100 hours (at lowest brightness) with a 4000 mAh big battery, which is one of the biggest in mechanical keyboards. It also has wired mode with USB Type-C connection.
  • Hot-swappable Support: With the pre-lubed mechanical tactile brown switch providing unrivaled tactile responsiveness with up to 50 million keystroke lifespan. You can also hot-swap the K10 Pro with almost all of the 3pin and 5pin MX mechanical switches on the market (including Cherry, Gateron, Kailh, Panda, etc.) without soldering required. The PCB-mounted screw-in stabilizer for “big keys” such as space bar, shift, enter, and delete are designed for less wobbliness and smooth performance.
  • Upgraded Typing Experience: The K10 Pro added sound-absorbing foam, a thick silicone dampening bottom pad, and steel plate provide responsive feedback and a peaceful typing sound. The south-facing RGB backlight is designed to better illuminate the keyboard backlight from the typist’s angle and it comes with double-shot PBT keycaps that aim to provide a more comfortable fingertip feel and excellent oil resistance.
Keychron K10 Pro Wireless Custom Mechanical Keyboard, QMK/VIA Programmable Full-Size Bluetooth/Wired RGB Backlight with Hot-swappable Keychron K Pro Brown Switch Compatible with…
Keychron K10 Pro Wireless Custom Mechanical Keyboard, QMK/VIA Programmable Full-Size Bluetooth/Wired RGB Backlight with Hot-swappable Keychron K Pro Brown Switch Compatible with…


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Specification: Keychron K10 Pro Wireless Custom Mechanical Keyboard, QMK/VIA Programmable Full-Size Bluetooth/Wired RGB Backlight with Hot-swappable Keychron K Pro Brown Switch Compatible with…

Product Dimensions

17.52 x 5.43 x 1.59 inches

Item Weight

4.24 pounds




1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

May 26, 2022

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6 reviews for Keychron K10 Pro Wireless Custom Mechanical Keyboard, QMK/VIA Programmable Full-Size Bluetooth/Wired RGB Backlight with Hot-swappable Keychron K Pro Brown Switch Compatible with…

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  1. Odhiambo

    I’ve been working from home for a little over a year now. I use a MacBook with a couple monitors. When I got the job, I knew I wanted a mechanical keyboard, so I bought a Corsair K60. It was loud but I enjoyed typing on it. A month or so ago, it began randomly adding duplicate keystrokes. It was so annoying. The couldn’t update the driver. Their software wouldn’t save preferences. It wasn’t good. So with no solution, my search began.

    I looked at many options, but one of the main features I wanted was ease of integration with Apple. Keychron connected so easily. Instead of USB slot being taken by the Corsair, I now have this thing paired up through Bluetooth. All of the apple-specific buttons are here. The function keys all have the sound/display ease-of-access buttons. Integrating the Keychron makes me wonder why I ever tried with the Corsair.

    I chose the brown switch version initially because I thought I didn’t want flashy red buttons. I’m ignorant of keyboard stuff. After some education, I understood (at least academically) the difference between red/brown/blue. I have no idea what the Corsair was, but oh my, I love this brown switch typing experience. The feedback isn’t overwhelming, but I actually feel like I’m typing on something rather than the nothingness of my 2019 Macbook keyboard (notorious for it’s poor reviews by a lot of people, I think). The corsair was so loud. My wife doesn’t mock my loud typing now the way she did. I can hear the keystroke but it lacks the clack. It might be because it’s heavy or I’m suffering from some sort of bias, but the keyboard feels solid while typing.

    The only downside I initially realized was the south facing lights. It’s not as bright as the Corsair, however, that was never a utility function for me. If I was into that sort of thing, I would care more. That might be a deal breaker for folks, but not for me.

    I’m loving this keyboard. Wish I would have purchased a year ago.

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  2. Jameson K.

    I love the feel of the mechanical red switches. Smooth like butter. The entire keyboard is programmable and I’ve only ever had to run the software to program it once. The battery takes awhile to charge, however it seems to last pretty long.

    I bought the non-Pro K10 first and was surprised to find that it was missing Prnt Scrn, Pause/break, and scroll lock and there is no way to reassign those keys. The K10 Pro is heavier, but you can program the keys to any keystroke you want, and it has 4 additional keys over the numpad, that I currently have set to control the lighting settings.

    I would not recommend the K10 to someone looking for a full sized keyboard unless you can live without Prnt Scrn, Pause/break, and Scroll lock. But I would recommend the K10 Pro to anyone, and if you like smooth buttery typing, go for the red switches.

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  3. Husbeard

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     I really enjoy this keyboard. I went from a Corsair mechanical keyboard that I had forever, then to a EVGA because of the use of macros.. which was a nightmare because it kept uninstalling itself over and over. This is fantastic. I own a Keychron Q5 as well and love it. I wanted one for my work setup and this is great.

    Pros: keycaps are top notch construction
    Typing feels nice on the MX Brown key switches
    Bluetooth works fine. I’m using USBC
    Via online software is good (not great)
    RGB is bright and very granular (can adjust it a ton)

    Cons: via software is a little buggy and not easy to use, but once you figure it out, it’s fine
    USBC cable is short (like 2-3 feet)
    No volume knob.. but I guess you have to pay $100 more for that haha.
    Macros are slow and you can’t edit them to be quicker (think key input combos)

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  4. Husbeard

    I like how fast this keyboard is to turn on when I press a key. I think the battery life could be a little better. It lasts the week, but I have a cheapo logitech that takes a AA and I haven’t ever changed it. The keys look and feel nice on this, the backlight has a ton of modes. Just an overall pleasant keyboard to use.

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  5. Odhiambo

    Overall build quality, feels nice.

    Using over bluetooth has frequent lag / catch up (as in if you can stop typing and watch it catch up to you)
    Also frequent multi presses. As in: Thhhis is wwhat I meean. The worst I’ve seen so far was I was typing the word perfect and it came out peeeeeeeeeerfect. I had to retype many words IN THIS review already. It is incredibly irritating.

    Also, if you work / play in the dark and NEED shinethrough keycaps so you can see what you’re pressing, know that the LED’s are southfacing, and I have yet to find a single keycap set that offers a bottom legend. If you’re into side legends that would work well, but I am not. Currently I’m using the keycaps off my old corsair K70. It works but its quite dim. I have also tried LTC lavacaps. They are even worse with this keyboard.

    The USB-C cable it comes with is embarrassingly short. its like 2 feet long. You are most likely going to need a longer cable, do not cheap out. I was using a generic amazon basics cable and was having the same issues as when I was wireless.
    I switched to a Anker cable and for the first time this keyboard was actually usable.

    All in all….. save your money and get a logitech g915 or something.

    Update 10/19/23: 1 month after owning and the adjustable feet on the right side snapped off when closing them.
    Opinion hasnt changed, this thing is actual garbage.

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  6. Nunya Bidness

    This keyboard is great! I got this together with the Nuphy Halo96 as my first mechanical keyboards because I wanted to feel the brown switches versus the baby raccoons. I could have given it 5 stars on everything but for the fact that it has south-facing LEDs and not easy to find shine-through keycaps for.

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