MonsGeek MG108 Full Size Mechanical Keyboard
NOTE: MonsGeek MG108 is not a hot-swappable Keyboard.
AKKO has partnered with its sister brand MonsGeek to release this 100% percent 108-key wired MX keyboard, featuring Akko’s brand new color-matching case with a re-imagined bezel design. This full-size keyboard is equipped with a wide range of function buttons and a numeric area for efficient data entry, allowing it to be used in various scenarios for gamers/ office workers/programmers/typists.
ASA Double-Shot Keycaps
ASA profile keycaps are designed to bring maximum comfort, keeping hands in a natural state to minimize hand fatigue after long-time use and help users minimize typos.
The keycaps are made by PBT double-shot, which helps resist the shine that occurs from oils and sweat on the fingers.
MG108 mechanical keyboard can help you type in the dark with decent backlit. It has over 20 preset backlighting modes
The MG108 MX keyboard comes with a tilted stand with 3 levels of adjustable heights of around 5° and 7.5° and 11° respectively to personalize your typing experiences.
Type: Mechanical Keyboard
Key Layout: 108 Keys
Structure: Tray Mount
Case Material: ABS
Plate Foam: EVA
Keycaps: PBT Double Shot ASA Profile
Switch: Akko V3 Cream Blue / Cream Yellow
Anti-ghosting: NKRO in All Keys
Backlit: SMD RGB Backlit
Connectivity: Type-C Wired
Product Weight: 1.15kg
Product Size(L x W x H): 445.5*137.5*41.8mm
Akko V3 Cream Blue
Operating Force: 38 ± 5gf
Total Travel: 3.5±0.3mm
Tactile Position: 0.5±0.3mm
Tactile Force: 53±5gf
Akko V3 Cream Yellow
Operating Force: 50 ± 5gf
Total Travel: 3.5±0.3mm
End Force: 58gf±5gf
1 x Mechanical Keyboard
20 pcs x Novelty Keys
1 x Keycap Puller
1 x Dustproof Case
1 x Type-C USB Cable
1 x User Manual
OMG! I cannot believed how much I love typing on this keyboard! I am a very hard typer, I press the keys very hard, and I type a lot for my job and for my regular Internet use. I prefer tactile keys and I am always on the lookout for a pleasurable mechanical keyboard. I decided to buy this one and I love it! I love the smoothness, the sound, and how I am now typing so much more accurately! Love, love, love it!!!
Shipping was fast and I received it very quickly. The product is very nice. It says AKKO on the package, it is genuine.
I replaced its shaft body. Yes, I like its original yellow axis (I bought this one), and I don't like the blue axis, so I replaced the TTC's linear axis. Alphabet keys are color-coded from other keys. The most important thing is that I don't have enough red switches. Hahaha.
The keyboard is great overall, I like it a lot. I can easily carry out my work, such as lubricating shafts and adding sound insulation cotton. The keycaps are from AKKO, they are great, delicate and durable.
Great full size keyboard with amazing key feel/sound!
I really like the akko mg108. Before I bought the mg108 I had bought the M1 which I also think is an amazing keyboard... which is why I ended up buying the mg108 to use for work.
The mg108 has the same great switches and I really like the light feel and dampened sound and, even though it isn't necessary for me, I like that these keyboards have TTC with the capacitive switches.
Some other aspects that I really like about the mg108:
-amazing key feel... it takes a little time to get used to the lightness of the 38g switches but they feel and sound amazing (like quiet, muffled popcorn popping).
-very quiet... you won't be bugging anyone while typing on this keyboard
-dedicated volume buttons above the number pad
-a number pad... super helpful for a work keyboard
-dedicated f-keys... also super helpful for work
-adjustable key height activation thanks to the capacitive switches
-beautiful backlit ...sometimes I just want a backlit keybard... especially on a keyboard this nice.
-I haven't used the programmability yet but this is also a plus.
-I really like the clean white look of the mg108. Some people think that the blue makes these keyboards, and I think they look very clean and no-nonsense unlike 100% of the other keyboards out there. I'd much rather have this clean look than a backlit keyboard with weird legends and metal knobs, and edgy decals, etc...
a couple of minor issues:
-the spacebar sticks up higher than the other keys by a little bit and shows a slightly larger gap between the bottom of the spacebar and the keyboard surround than the other keys (I'm guessing this is because it uses the same spacebar as the Atom 68 and maybe it wasn't intended for this keyboard originally?).
-The indicator lights for capslock, numlock, and scroll lock aren't isolated and just shine up through the keyboard so that you can see the lights illuminating the surrounding keys and frame. It just makes this really nice keyboard look a little cheaper than it should with all of the light leaking through. You can alleviate 90% of this issue by lowering the light brightness all the way down (which looks better anyways so it's not a big deal).
Overall, I really like using this keyboard daily for work and it's even great for gaming with the light key activation, adjustable height actuation.
I think that the mg108 is a great purchase and feels really unique compared to any other keyboard I've ever used.