The Aukey KM-G3 is an excellent entry-level mechanical gaming keyboard.

Mechanical keyboards are the kind of products that the saying "you get what you pay for" was created to be described. The best is $ 200 or more. The quality becomes quite random if you dive below the $ 100 range. And at less than $ 75, you can assume that you get something from the bargain bin. Fortunately, there is a little-known company, Aukey, that has changed it with its $ 65 KM-G3.

The KM-G3 is a blue switch (Outemu, no Cherry MX), a 104-key RGB backlit gaming keyboard with customizable lighting effects. For non-technical users, this means that it is a powerful, semi-rigid keyboard, much better than the standard keyboard that comes with most desktops. And of course, it turns on. Because players like lights.

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In fact, Aukey makes the most of the KM-G3 lights. They are well implemented and I appreciate the fact that colors, brightness and effects are all managed with simple keyboard shortcuts, no software is needed.

But let's start with the looks, then we'll get into the technical side of things. The KM-G3's design is quite familiar: