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Akko 3108 Pro Steam Engine Mechanical Keyboard

Akko 3108 Pro Steam Engine Mechanical Keyboard

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Akko’s 3108 Pro Steam Engine mechanical keyboard is done in a full-size layout with a full set of arrows, a numpad, and multimedia keys. It’s backed by the latest USB-C connection and has n-key rollover built in to support the fastest typists—but the keycaps are the star of the show Read More
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OCTX
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Jul 15, 2021
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It still is doing its job over 2 years. But the LED is south-facing, which is not preferred by keyboard enthusiasts, so keep that in mind.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
GoKartMozart
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Jul 10, 2021
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Great keyboard
Love the board. It’s solid and sturdy. Been using it for a while now and it’s great. No issues. Keycaps have a nice feel to them and have not picked up any shine after over a year of daily use.
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nwstach
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May 25, 2021
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Quality keyboard, but with a few caveats
I purchased this as my very first mechanical keyboard back in 2019. Impressions have been good so far, the keyboard is durable with basically no flex and the typing experience is overall good. The only caveat is that the SA profile is REALLY TALL. This sounds like it should be obvious as that's typically the appeal of SA keycaps, but I severely underestimated just how tall and angled they would be-- it honestly reminds me of the Packard-Bell keyboard that came with my parents Win95 computer. Overall this isn't too much of a problem, if you like SA profile keys then this is the keyboard for you. If you're not accustomed to SA keys, I would recommend buying a wrist rest if you intend on typing for long periods of time or have any sort of carpal tunnel.
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Not durable enough - failed after 23 months
Purchased in June 2019, has now failed in May 2021. Other than the space bar "sticking" occasionally, it was a great keyboard! It doesn't matter how durable the mechanical key switches are, if there's another problem that causes a no-power-on problem in < 2 years. It was not used very extensively after May 2020, but was working well the last month. I'm open to try repairing it, unless the thing has a five year warranty that covers return shipping, or is designed to be repaired by replacing components I can easily get in the US.
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SlamR
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Apr 15, 2020
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Brilliant board!
This was my first proper mechanical keyboard and I love it. The high profile keys are great and the switches feel good. All around great board.
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cbarnett
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Jul 23, 2019
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Solid
Bought this keyboard because I couldn't find anything inconspicuous in that classic off-white(I know its more gray). Literally everyone that has come by my desk at work has noticed and asked where the hell I found such an old keyboard, so not as inconspicuous as I had thought. Solid build, could beat someone over the head with it. Only complaint is not being reprogrammable, but that is not a huge deal for me. At the very least, would recommend the keycaps.
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LWNYC
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Jun 9, 2019
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Arrived undamaged although packaging lacked any protection. Chassis is solid, heavy and SA keycaps looks better in real life. Not sure these are really Cherry MX blue switches. The satisfying click just isn't there. Overall, not anywhere as nice to type on as the CTRL board or any of my Topre KBs.