One of the most active segments of the PC peripherals market is that of mechanical keyboards, with the number of available products and total sales continuously rising over the past several years. As the size of the market constantly expands, ever more companies are making attempts to enter it and claim their own piece of the sales pie. The problem here is that the market is virtually saturated, leaving very little room for innovation, therefore most companies are nowadays trying to compete in terms of aesthetics and/or value.

For today's review we are taking a look at the KM-G3 RGB Mechanical Keyboard from AUKEY. AUKEY is a Chinese-based company that designs and sells all kinds of peripherals, from input devices to car dash cameras. They have very few local distributors around the globe, and instead they prefer to base their business model on direct sales via Amazon.

As for the KM-G3, it's best classified as an entry-level mechanical keyboard. AUKEY has covered all of the basics here, including audible tactile switches, double-shot keycaps, and even RGB lighting. But otherwise, AUKEY has focused on bringing down the price of the keyboard rather than adding more features, so there aren't any advanced features like macro keys or other frills to speak of. The payoff, in turn, is in the low price: the KM-G3 normally retails for $65, and it is often on sale for even less than that.

Packaging and Bundle

The packaging of the KM-G3 is but a brown box with a sketch of the keyboard printed on it. There is no information printed on it, not even the exact model of the keyboard itself. This isn't too surprising considering that AUKEY is focused exclusively on online sales – so they do not have to worry about how well the box can draw the attention of shop browsers. Inside the box, the keyboard is barely protected, with the thin walls of the box being virtually the only layer of shipping protection.

Inside the box we only found a very basic user’s manual, a warranty leaflet, and a plastic keycaps puller. The included documentation is littered with language errors, quite possibly because it was created using a translation software tool rather than a human translator.

The AUKEY KM-G3 RGB Mechanical Keyboard
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  • helanvip - Wednesday, September 1, 2021 - link

    Thanks for the information, I will try to figure it out for more. Keep sharing such informative post keep suggesting such post.
  • Barbara5214 - Sunday, November 24, 2019 - link

    Great article, but it would be nice if you added an example with navigation.
  • William73 - Friday, October 25, 2019 - link

    I've got the following that I took into work. Only 1 in stock but rainbow backlight, OUTEMU blue switches for $20 as just one example I happen to have experience with.
  • PeachNCream - Friday, October 25, 2019 - link

    This and your comment below plus the comment from kpb321 above are paid advertising. Sure the comment is more sophisticated than they usual spammy link, but I doubt there is an unbiased person making these posts.
  • linuxgeex - Tuesday, October 29, 2019 - link

    SPAMMER. Please delete this account.
  • William73 - Friday, October 25, 2019 - link

    It may be cheap, it may be loud, and it may hurt your eyes, but the Aukey RGB offers a totally decent typing experience. It has a mild springiness, similar to but slightly more than what I get from my more expensive keyboards with brown switches. It also sits at a comfortable angle and has a roomy layout, so typing on it for hours at a stretch isn't an issue. If you're picky about using a particular brand of switch, or if your officemates demand total silence, the RGB KM-G3 isn't for you. But if you want to upgrade from the boring, mushy keyboard that came in the box with your Dell—and you want to do it for under $70—the loud and proud Aukey will get you there.
  • AshfinJessi - Thursday, November 7, 2019 - link

    Great post i really like that one the AUKEY KM-G3 RGB Mechanical Keyboard is amazing in use really i just used it on my friends place and i want that at my workplace so that the people of Oklahoma can use a better equipment.i really like that new changes and hope to get more upgraded soon
  • WilliamBunting - Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - link

    I just wanted to buy a keyboard for my computer. Thanks for this info. For a student, this is not a bad option. Because in addition to this, I want to buy a dissertation on a site torn by many students.
  • Meggy123 - Wednesday, November 27, 2019 - link

    This product deserves a great feedback! Thanks |

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