Yeah… I like my latest RGB mechanical gaming keyboard. The LED lights are so colourful and vivid. And support 100% anti-ghosting or N-key rollover (NKRO). Yup, that’s Imperion Mech 10 by Nobel IT Distribution. It is a full size 104 keys keyboard with solid aluminium panel. And comes with lot of interesting lighting effects. How does it perform? Let’s find out…
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Package Content & Design
Just like Mech 7, Imperion Mech 10 shares the same packaging design. And all the information are located at back of the package as well. No user manual here. Learn all the functions and features at the packaging will do.
Imperion Mech 10 has the same high quality aluminum top panel. And using plastic as base too. The cable is braided and has magnet ring while USB plug is gold plated. And comes with velcro tie for cable management. As expected, the keycaps are injected with double colour to make sure that characters never fade even under heavy use. Everything is great except the character keys are not so visible without LED lighs. Not a deal breaker as who bought a RGB keyboard and use it without LED lighting?
There are 6 anti-skid pads including 2 rubber anti-skid pads on keyboard legs at bottom of the keyboard. Cable output is fixed on the right side this round.
Having the same high profile keycaps and lovely yet colourful LED lights too.
Imperion Mech 10 is using the very same blue switches like its brother – Long Hua LH. Therefore, they share the same characteristic. Tactile feedback and actuation force are almost like Kailh blue switches. Much better than Outemu (and Xinda). One thing that I noticed, it is a bit slightly louder than Mech 7 maybe due to different back panel design but quieter than Outemu and on par with Cherry MX sound level. Outemu is the loudest among all. Overall, LH / Kailh is a good choice to get for mechanical keyboard starter. Great for gaming and have good feel when typing. Yes, I am typing this article with it now.
Yes, every key that you pressed will all be registered no matter how many keys that being pressed. That’s what NKRO (N-key rollover or 100% Anti-Ghosting) keyboard does. Imperion Mech 10 performs flawlessly here for sure. Furthermore, Windows key can be disabled to avoid accidental interruption during gaming. A must have for hardcore gamer. Lot of Fn shortcut keys for casual users as well. Multimedia control like play/pause, next/previous and stop. Volume control and several quick launchers like calculator, my computer, browser are there for you all.
13 colourful LED lighting effects!!! Imperion Mech 10 does colour up my life. Just pick the effect that suit your mood that day. Personally, I love the colourful rainbow effect the most. Put it on slowest paced and it is so relaxing. By the way, there are 5 lighting preset (Fn + 1 to 5) for your favorite games. And they are customize-able too. Just pick the colour that you prefer. Finally, there are 3 brightness levels to select and can be turned off totally as well.
Alright, let’s check out colourful and vivid RGB lighting in dark environment. And the custom key lighting that I mentioned just now.
I have only 1 complaint about this keyboard – num, caps and scroll locks’ LED lights are super bright. Yes, they are distracting and I need to put some adhesive tape to cover them. Not a deal breaker and can be solved easily.
- Anti-ghosting with n-key rollover
- Illuminated RGB character keys
- Windows key lock
- 12 multimedia function keys
- Solid build quality
- Cool & bright backlight effects
- Annoying bright num, caps & scroll locks’ LED lights
- No software driver (macro) support
- Character keys not so visible without LED lights
Imperion Mech 10 is a full size 104 keys RGB mechanical gaming keyboard that you want to try. Enjoy 100% anti-ghosting with NKRO support. Colourful RGB LED lights with lot of interesting effects too. Surely will you better gaming experience. Like it? Check out Nobel It Facebook for more information.
Hei there Jayce, love tu read your article dude, hey dude, im little bit confused here , would you suggest me to buy Imperion Mech 10 ($40) or the Imperion Centipada ($50) in here, since they both have lots of similarities , but $10 difference here , any thoughts will be appreciated 😉
i think u are wrong because mech 10 has a software on their web
check their web
or directly for the software: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dHmEFZcCKOhPOpqoQnNIk5ZDFHRmHuKn
Cool… By the time I reviewed, it did not have software yet.