Epomaker EP75

75% Hot Swappable RGB 2.4Ghz/Bluetooth 5.0/Wired Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

  • 75% 82 Keys 5-Pin Hot Swappable Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • 10000mAh Battery & Indicator Light
  • EPOMAKER Pampas PBT Keycaps & Custom Switches
  • Three Modes of Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0 & 2.4GHz & Type-C Cable
  • RGB Backlights & Sidelight Diffusers
  • Compatible with Linux/Win/Mac
定価 $100.00
販売価格 $100.00 定価 $100.00

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15-Day Return Policy

15-day no-reason free return and exchange policy, you have ample time to try out your new product and decide if it's right for you.


75% 82 Keys Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Designed in the popular 75% layout, EPOMAKER EP75 will surely take a place in your keyboard collection. The preferred 75% layout offers both typing comfort and space consciousness that maximizes the function while not wasting a minimum of space. It’s only about 33cm in length and 13.8cm in width, leaving enough space for the mouse. This layout is widely used and loved by the community and EP75 will surely be beyond your expectation with its practical but aesthetic design.

Three Modes of Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0 & 2.4GHz & Type-C Cable

Equipped with a phenomenal large-capacity battery of 10000mAh, EPOMAKER EP75 keyboard can work up to 50 hours with RGB backlight on. Being triple modes means you can enjoy wireless and wired connections. By the wireless option, either Bluetooth (up to 5.0) or 2.4GHz is choosable. To facilitate the operation, different modes can be switched easily by pressing Fn+1/2/3(Bluetooth)/4(2.4G)/5(USB-C Wired), and it will be connected seamlessly and rapidly.

3 Pin/5 Pin Hot Swappable Gaming Keyboard

To provide more possibilities and fun, EPOMAKER EP75 also comes with a hot swappable PCB that support both 3 pin and 5 pin mechanical switches. Hot swappable socket provides convenience for those who like to change switches for a different typing feel. This means you can use any other mechanical switches you like on the EP75 without any need for soldering.

EPOMAKER Pampas PBT Keycaps in ESA Profile

To match the EP75 keyboard, we finally decided to go with EPOMAKER Pampas PBT keycaps. Inspired by the vast plains in Argentina, a creation named Pampas came into our minds spontaneously. The Pampas set adopts extremely simple colors, such as light blue and white. Two concise colors can create much imagery and significance behind it. It represents our pursuit of ultimate natural pureness. When you are typing on Pampas, we wish you could feel the rivers, the mountains, and thousands of miles of ocean shoreline in Argentina.

Battery Indicator Light & EPOMAKER Custom Switches

To maintain stable and premium typing experience, EPOMAKER EP75 keyboard comes with EPOMAKER Custom Flamingo/Budgerigar and G-Pro yellow switches. All switches are durable and reliable with real feedback from the community. Moreover, a battery indicator light is added to this model for early alarm of low battery. No more worry about the low battery in any occasion.

Technical Specifications

75%, 82 keys
Yes, 3 pin or 5 pin switches compatible
Case material
ABS Plastic
Keycap material
PBT keycaps
Keycap Profile
ESA Profile
USB-C, Bluetooth 5.0, 2.4 GHz
Battery Capacity
Software OS
Windows, Mac, Linux
Supports NKRO in all modes
330 x 138 x 32 mm
1.16 kg
Inside the box
  • 1 * Keyboard
  • 1 * Type-C Cable
  • 1 * 2.4G Receiver
  • 1 * Instructional Manual

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Best MGK I've ever owned - so far

I currently own a dozen of both hot swappable and non-hot swappable MGK from four known brands. This is the first time that I have tried Epomaker so it's like a blind buy for me - which is normal for one who wanted to explore new stuff. The ESA profile is so comfortable - coupled with the Gateron Pro Yellow switches (which I definitely feel like pre lubed).

Although I have Gateron Pro v2.0 Black switches which I wanted to try on this EP75, I mostly feel that I would rather keep the yellow switches on - and enjoy for some time before swapping in the black switches (yes, that's how really comfortable this current build).

I'm not sure if EP75 has a corresponding model that is built with a knob - or did just miss it on the website? It's the next thing for me to watch out for.

I would definitely recommend this model to every MGK lovers. I thought it's a must in your collection and experience. - Ed

what a good keyboard

It's one of the best keyboards I've ever seen and the best I have and use because it's very good to play writing (I'm writing with it now :>) but what a good keyboard it's one of the best I've ever seen and the best keyboard for the price put on it