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Keychron Q10 (Alice Layout) QMK Custom Mechanical Keyboard

HK$1,683.00
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Switches

The fully assembled version includes:

  • The keyboard PCB, the case, and the steel plate.
  • Double-shot OSA PBT keycaps (including Mac & Windows keycaps).
  • Gateron G Pro switches.

The barebone version does not include the keycaps and switches.
No discount codes can be used for Q10.

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Customer Reviews

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J.F.
Software Engineer, Best Keyboard ever!

As a Software Engineer, I've been in search of the best keyboard, and I hoped to find an ergo Mechanical as I love my mechanical Keyboards. I bought a full size keyboard from Keychron with Gateron switches and I loved it but when I saw the Alice keeb, I knew I had to have one. I've tried other ergo solutions like the Kinesis and was just still not what I was looking for. I really wanted a mechanical keyboard that was built well with a similar split profile to the Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard. My wife got me this Keychron Q10 Alice for Christmas with Gateron Brown switches and it is the best keyboard I have ever owned, hands-down. I am in love with this keyboard!

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Kody
Professional writer, professional keyboard!

So I have developed wrist and forearm pains from bad posture on my previous keyboard, it got quite bad... I shopped around for alice style keyboards to see if it would work or not and help me keep doing my job. Glad to say that this alice layout helps a lot, not fully alleviating discomfort, but it allowed the centre channel of my wrist to recover (though my radial bone still hurts a bit).

The quality of the keyboard itself is indisputable. Heavy feel, sturdy build, good gasket performance and the original keycaps felt pretty good. These Gatereon reds are fairly nice too, and I swapped the keycaps out for Grey and Blue PBT from Keychron. They feel great and have a nice semi clacky sound to it with the PBT aftermarket set.

VIA is nice and easy to use but there are a couple issues that the profile hasn't been added to their library yet.

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Chuck
Pretty good!

I have a stock Logitech mechanical keyboard, a GMMK 2 96%, and this Q10. I am very happy with the Q10. I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. I really like the way it feels to type on the gasket mount, even though I'm not a forceful typer. I have installed every piece of the upgraded foam kit, lubed TX stabilizers, lubed tactile switches, and have tried a set of Keychron's keycaps and also a set of Akko SA profile keycaps. Both keycaps would ping very noticeably round the right Enter and Shift keys. Not every time, but sometimes. I eventually figured out that the top of the case was too close to the key cap in that area and an off-center press of right Shift or Enter would cause the ping. I tried sanding the edges of the offending keycaps, but that wasn't enough. I had to take a file to the top of the case, reducing the edge that is closest to the right Shift key. I estimate that I removed about half a millimeter on both the bottom and right faces before the ping went away. Now about 1% of the time I hear the same ping coming from around the Tab key. It's too infrequent for me to narrow it down to a specific location so I haven't filed anything down over there yet. To my surprise, I can't even tell that I've filed the top of the case. I should never have sanded the keycaps, because I can now see the the sanded area. If you have the same ping problem, don't hesitate to file the inside faces of the top of the case.

I would encourage Keychron to widen the space between the keycaps and the top of the case as much as 1 millimeter. It solves a major ping annoyance and does not make the keyboard look any worse.

I love typing on my Q10! It sounds and feels great. Not perfect, but great.

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C.F.
Slightly disappointed.

I will say this first and foremost. I've bought 3 Q1's, a Q2, and a Q8. All of which I love. A lot.

Which brought me to the Q10. After receiving this board, I noticed that it was beautiful. Everything was right. Even to the custom tape mod on the back. So many changes and improvements since the original Q1.
I'm a person that tends to mod my boards, but sadly, I've tried everything with the q10. It sounds so hollow and pingy no matter what I try. I've tried different foams, keycaps, switches, force breaks, etc. And nothing has gotten me past the case ping. I have no idea what's wrong. It's so hollow...

That said, I'm still giving it 4 stars. I still think this brand and their boards are the best. They changed everything when it comes to keebs and my lineup is completely different because of them. Thank you guys.

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Anonymous
Stunning

For this kind of layout, having an option around 200usd is great, and even better when it is at this level of build quality and customization

Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

Keychron Q10

Keychron Q10 is a blend of an Alice layout and 75% keyboard size, extra macro keys to program, and a left knob design. It is a fully customizable keyboard with QMK/VIA support, an all-metal CNC machined aluminum body, a double-gasket design, and more. Unique, ergonomic, and for peak productivity and performance!

Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard
Features of Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard
Customize Your Q10

Choose the keycaps, switches, and more accessories for your Q10

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A Refined Piece of Metal Art

The entire metal body is crafted with 6063 aluminum that is processed through CNC machined, polished, anodized, sandblasted, and undergoes 24 more manufacturing stages to make this solid metal piece of art that is Q10. 

Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

All-around customizable keyboard

To build a fully customizable keyboard, we designed every component easily assembled. Therefore, you can customize and adjust each component you want.

Structure of Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

Double Gasket Design

The Double Gasket Design is a new innovative structure in the industry. In addition to the gaskets on the plates, we added silicone pads between the top and bottom cases to significantly reduce the sound resonance between the metals and reduce the noise of the impacted metals. This design allows the keyboard to maintain the flexibility of the gasket structure and improves the overall typing sound. 

Double Gasket Design of Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard
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Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

An Epic Core Inside The Keyboard

A powerful ultra-low-power ARM architecture MCU equipped with 128K Flash will provide more flexibility for developers. The polling rate is 1000 Hz right out of the box, which makes the latency hardly noticeable even in competitive games.

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OSA Profile Double-shot PBT Keycaps

These double-shot PBT keycaps have a similar height to the OEM profile and has an SA-like shape. We named it the OSA (OEM spherical angled) keycap. The PBT keycaps will provide excellent oil resistance, enhance the type feel, and prevent the legends from fading out.

OSA Profile Double-shot PBT Keycaps
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OS Toggle of Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

Switch layouts between macOS & Windows

Built with the Mac users’ experience in mind while still retaining compatibility for Windows devices, the Keychron Q10 comes with a system toggle and an additional set of customized keycaps for both Windows and macOS systems. You can now save two different layouts on the keyboard, one for each system.

Programmable Knob

Designed to enhance your creative workflow, the aluminum rotary encoder allows you to easily customize your favorite keys and macros on the knob through the VIA software.

Rotary encoder function of Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

You can easily customize the Q10's knob to your desired key or macro commands such as: zooming in/out, adjusting screen brightness, brush size, volume, selecting video clips or photos, or backlight hue.

Setting the macros for "zoom in/out"

Using the knob as "zoom in/out"

Program Q10 with QMK & VIA

With full QMK and VIA support, you can easily program and remap each key on the keyboard. The open-source firmware means endless possibilities for keyboard layouts, shortcuts, backlight effects, even the knob, and more. 

Screen Capture of Keychron Q10 VIA
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Keychron Launcher

Program with QMK & Launcher.

The open-source QMK firmware means endless possibilities for key remapping, macros, shortcuts, and more. Now you can easily customize each key with the Keychron Launcher web app.

Program the K14 Pro keyboard with Launcher
Click here to use Keychron Launcher

* Please use the latest version of Chrome / Opera / Edge browser to open the Launcher and connect the keyboard to your device via wired mode.

Hot-swappable

The hot-swappable sockets are mounted on the PCB, so you can install or change the switches without soldering. The PCB supports both 3 pin and 5 pin MX mechanical switches.

South-facing RGB LED Lights

The south-facing RGB LED is designed to better illuminate the keyboard backlight from the typist’s angle with the premium non-shine-through PBT keycaps installed. The south-facing RGB is also free from interference when the users install OEM or Cherry-profile alternative keycaps on the keyboard.

Barebone US layout of Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

Pre-lubed Gateron G Pro Switch

By optimizing the switch mold, the Gateron G Pro switch wobbles less than a standard mechanical switch and feels smoother on each hit. Plus, the factory pre-lubed process on all the G Pro switches (exclude the clicky ones), no doubt this will ensure the best smoothness at your fingertips when typing.

Gateron G Pro Switch Features
All New Screw In PCB Stabilizers

All New Screw-in PCB Stabilizers

The screw-in design increases stability and makes it easier for changes and upgrades. Precise craftsmanship makes the stabilizers more stable and less shaky. The big keys’ (space bar, shift, enter, delete) typing experience is now more stable and smooth. The Keychron Q10 also supports third-party screw-in PCB stabilizers.

Looking for ISO Layout?

The Q10 ISO collection comes with fully assembled keyboards with 🇬🇧UK, 🇩🇪German, 🇩🇰🇫🇮🇮🇸🇳🇴🇸🇪Nordic, 🇨🇭Swiss, 🇫🇷French, and 🇪🇸 Spanish layout, and the “Barebone ISO Knob" option is suitable for all ISO countries (e.g.: 🇮🇹Italy, 🇵🇹Portuguese, 🇭🇺Hungary, etc.) to build their keyboard with keycaps in their preferred languages and switches. 

ANSI Layout of Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

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What's in the box?

Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard
Keychron Q10 75% Alice Layout Custom Mechanical Keyboard

Specs

Width156.9 mm
Length385.3 mm
Front Height19.8 mm  (without keycaps)
Back Height33.4 mm (without keycaps)
Feet Height2.7 mm
Angle
Weight2460 g ± 10 g (Fully Assembled Version)
Body MaterialFull CNC machined aluminum
Plate MaterialSteel
Polling Rate1000 Hz
Keycaps (Fully Assembled Version)Double-shot PBT keycaps, not shine-through, OSA Profile (OEM height, SA shape)
MCUUltra-low-power ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit STM32L432 (128KB Flash)
SwitchesGateron G Pro (Fully Assembled Version)
BacklightSouth-facing RGB LED
Switch SupportHot-swappable (5 pin & 3 pin)
StabsScrew-in PCB stabs
ConnectivityType-C
CableType-C cable + Type-A to Type-C adapter
Operating Environment-10℃ to 50℃
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Keychron Q10 User Guide

Learn more about the Keychron Q10 such as the Q10 shortcuts, assembling the Q10, factory reset, and more in the FAQ section.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
80%
(12)
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J
J.F.
Software Engineer, Best Keyboard ever!

As a Software Engineer, I've been in search of the best keyboard, and I hoped to find an ergo Mechanical as I love my mechanical Keyboards. I bought a full size keyboard from Keychron with Gateron switches and I loved it but when I saw the Alice keeb, I knew I had to have one. I've tried other ergo solutions like the Kinesis and was just still not what I was looking for. I really wanted a mechanical keyboard that was built well with a similar split profile to the Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard. My wife got me this Keychron Q10 Alice for Christmas with Gateron Brown switches and it is the best keyboard I have ever owned, hands-down. I am in love with this keyboard!

K
Kody
Professional writer, professional keyboard!

So I have developed wrist and forearm pains from bad posture on my previous keyboard, it got quite bad... I shopped around for alice style keyboards to see if it would work or not and help me keep doing my job. Glad to say that this alice layout helps a lot, not fully alleviating discomfort, but it allowed the centre channel of my wrist to recover (though my radial bone still hurts a bit).

The quality of the keyboard itself is indisputable. Heavy feel, sturdy build, good gasket performance and the original keycaps felt pretty good. These Gatereon reds are fairly nice too, and I swapped the keycaps out for Grey and Blue PBT from Keychron. They feel great and have a nice semi clacky sound to it with the PBT aftermarket set.

VIA is nice and easy to use but there are a couple issues that the profile hasn't been added to their library yet.

C
Chuck
Pretty good!

I have a stock Logitech mechanical keyboard, a GMMK 2 96%, and this Q10. I am very happy with the Q10. I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. I really like the way it feels to type on the gasket mount, even though I'm not a forceful typer. I have installed every piece of the upgraded foam kit, lubed TX stabilizers, lubed tactile switches, and have tried a set of Keychron's keycaps and also a set of Akko SA profile keycaps. Both keycaps would ping very noticeably round the right Enter and Shift keys. Not every time, but sometimes. I eventually figured out that the top of the case was too close to the key cap in that area and an off-center press of right Shift or Enter would cause the ping. I tried sanding the edges of the offending keycaps, but that wasn't enough. I had to take a file to the top of the case, reducing the edge that is closest to the right Shift key. I estimate that I removed about half a millimeter on both the bottom and right faces before the ping went away. Now about 1% of the time I hear the same ping coming from around the Tab key. It's too infrequent for me to narrow it down to a specific location so I haven't filed anything down over there yet. To my surprise, I can't even tell that I've filed the top of the case. I should never have sanded the keycaps, because I can now see the the sanded area. If you have the same ping problem, don't hesitate to file the inside faces of the top of the case.

I would encourage Keychron to widen the space between the keycaps and the top of the case as much as 1 millimeter. It solves a major ping annoyance and does not make the keyboard look any worse.

I love typing on my Q10! It sounds and feels great. Not perfect, but great.

C
C.F.
Slightly disappointed.

I will say this first and foremost. I've bought 3 Q1's, a Q2, and a Q8. All of which I love. A lot.

Which brought me to the Q10. After receiving this board, I noticed that it was beautiful. Everything was right. Even to the custom tape mod on the back. So many changes and improvements since the original Q1.
I'm a person that tends to mod my boards, but sadly, I've tried everything with the q10. It sounds so hollow and pingy no matter what I try. I've tried different foams, keycaps, switches, force breaks, etc. And nothing has gotten me past the case ping. I have no idea what's wrong. It's so hollow...

That said, I'm still giving it 4 stars. I still think this brand and their boards are the best. They changed everything when it comes to keebs and my lineup is completely different because of them. Thank you guys.

A
Anonymous
Stunning

For this kind of layout, having an option around 200usd is great, and even better when it is at this level of build quality and customization