Leopold FC750R Black Case TKL Pad Printed PBT Mechanical Keyboard

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Leopold FC750R Black Case Mechanical Keyboard

Available Switches

Cherry MX Red thumbnailCherry MX Red
Cherry MX Black thumbnailCherry MX Black
Cherry MX Brown thumbnailCherry MX Brown
Cherry MX Blue thumbnailCherry MX Blue
Cherry MX Silent Red thumbnailCherry MX Silent Red



  • Black PBT Keycaps
  • 360mm x 140mm x 33mm / 1.0kg


Details and Specifications

Switch StemsMX
Physical LayoutANSI
Logical LayoutUS QWERTY
Frame ColorBlack
Primary LED Colorn/a
Control LED Colorn/a
Hotswap SocketsNo
USB Key RolloverFull
Multimedia KeysYes
Switch Mount TypePlate
Built in Audio PortNo
Built in Mic PortNo
Windows CompatibleYes
Mac CompatibleYes
Linux CompatibleYes
Cord Length60 inches

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  • Very sleek design, 'almost' brand-free and minimalist design. Typing feels extremely satisfying and good. I used to type on mx brown and now I am loving the cherry black. It also uses cherry stabilizers which is pretty nice due to its easiness on removing the caps. However, Costar stabilizer still feels better for me. When it comes to the keycap, FC750R is the real deal. It's one of, if not, the best stock keycap in the market. It has thick PBT with a cherry like profile. This is my second mechanical keyboard and so far, I really really recommend this keyboard for people who wants to experience a good mechanical keyboard.

  • A truly excellent keyboard. I use mine at work; it's sleek, professional, and extremely satisfying to use. Whenever mechanicalkeyboards.com gets another in stock I'll probably buy a second one!

  • A fantastic first board, really enjoying it. The keycaps are nice and thick, making them a breeze to type on. The board is nice and heavy, and the modifiers are all solid, no mush.

    The only key I would gripe about is Backspace, if you are pushing it from one side like most and not directly center it feels a little mushy and doesn't pop back like the other keys. In case you don't know the Function layer, check the official manual from the Korean store. The image tells you enough without having to be in English. The dip switches on the back function the same as the 660 model.

  • This is a top quality tenkeyless (TKL) Keyboard. The build quality is superb. The keys have excellent texture and clear legends. The sound is enhanced by the sound dampening mat. If you don't want backlighting, this is the top keyboard to get hands down.

    Some notes:
    The case is matte black, no reflections
    The keys are smoother PBT than many. They feel great.
    The spacebar is solid, not mushy.
    The USB cable is MINI USB, not micro, in case you're ordering an aftermarket cable. Its about 6'.
    The feet are very solid and well done. It feels very very stable.
    5/5. Buy this.

  • If quality has a feel it feels like this keyboard. I have waited for a few months for this keyboard to come back in stock and it was worth it. The Leopold FC750R is heavy enough to stay put during serious gaming and quiet due to the sound dampening material and the 1.5mm PBT key caps. If you don't have a desktop mat for keyboard and mouse tale a look at the Leopold Massive Desktop Mat. Mechanical Keyboards has the best price on the net so if your here just order.

  • The below review hit the nail on the head for this keyboard, so I'm just writing this as another confirmation that this indeed is a great keyboard. I wanted a board that didn't limit further customization, but was at the same time almost perfect coming out of the box, and this board definitely did not disappoint.

  • The FC750R is a high-end mechanical keyboard from Leopold. Manufactured in Taiwan and designed in Korea, Leopold keyboards are known for their exemplary build quality, and the FC750R is no exception. I have reviewed a lot of mechanical keyboards before, but the finest one so far has to be the FC750R from Leopold.

    The build quality of the FC750R is excellent, with a nice weight to it. Personally I think the build quality is one of the best in the market. There is no flex to the case at all, and the entire keyboard feels extremely solid.

    The FC750R comes with Full N-Key Rollover over USB, and features a detachable USB cable. Windows Lock and media control functions are integrated into the function layer (accessible by utilizing the function key), and the bottom of the keyboard has a cable routing system which allows you to route the cable through the left, right or straight out of the middle.

    Flip-out feet are thick and rubberized, so it will not slide around when you deploy it.

    Embedded in the case is a sound-absorbing pad, which reduces the sound your keystrokes make, especially when bottoming out. As a result, every time you bottom out, your keystrokes will make a deeper %u201Cthock%u201D sound.

    The surface finish of the case has a rough texture to it, which renders it completely impervious to fingerprints or oils from your fingers. This is one of the best surface finish I have ever reviewed on a mechanical keyboard.

    Backlighting is not available for this keyboard (I personally love my mechanical keyboards with no LEDs, so it is a plus for me). Besides, Leopold specializes in pure performance and durability, not flashy backlighting.

    Here is where things get interesting. The FC750R comes with a high quality, 1.5mm thick side-printed PBT keycaps, and I have to say, it is definitely the best stock keycaps in the market. Usually I would switch out the stock keycaps on my mechanical keyboards as soon as I get them, but I have to make an exception for the FC750R, simply because there is no reason to swap them.

    My FC750R comes with Cherry MX Red switches. They are linear, non-tactile, and non-clicky. They are engineered back in 2008 by Cherry for gaming, but personally I found them highly enjoyable for typing as well. Each and every keystrokes are buttery smooth and crisp. Quite surprisingly, the stabilized keys, which uses Cherry Stabilizers, are equally crisp and smooth as the other keys. Most of the time, Cherry Stabilizers will feel slightly mushy, especially with linear switches like Blacks and Reds. But the Cherry Stabilizers on the FC750R is not mushy at all, and it almost feels like a lubed Costar Stabilizers. Typing on the FC750R is incredibly smooth and solid.

    I tested the keyboard%u2019s gaming performance by playing games such as Counter Strike Global Offensive, Dota2, Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor, Elder Scrolls V Skyrim and Metal Gear Solid V Phantom Pain. There are no issues at all, and the keyboard feels very solid and highly responsive in each respective games.

    The Leopold FC750R is the best TKL mechanical keyboards I have ever used and reviewed. The build quality is beyond excellent, the stock keycaps are awesome, and the features it offers is complete. This keyboard comes with my full recommendation, as it is an extremely solid choice for the price. Gaming and typing experience is truly wonderful. Well done Leopold!

    Wan Azdan

  • Received the wrong product, ordered Cherry MX Blacks but received Cherry MX Reds. However, I actually ended up liking it (does not excuse Mechanical Keyboards for messing up the order though). So this is my review of the Cherry MX Red Leopold FC750R Tenkeyless.

    The keys and feel of the board:
    There is still kind of a mushy feeling that reds tend to have, but definitely not as bad as other boards where the travel distance is greater so that it%u2019s mushy all the way, if that makes any sense. The thick PBT caps and lower profile (I%u2019ve compared the keycaps to normal ABS keycaps in the CoolerMaster and Corsair keyboards and there was a definite, noticeable difference in the HEIGHT of the keys), help reduce the mushiness and makes typing much more accurate since you don't have to press down the keys as far like in other boards. For me, this is because I bottom out more with this board, it helps me realize that I%u2019ve hit the key and that it registered, and it doesn%u2019t feel as clumsy like in other cherry red boards where I%u2019d be pressing down on a key and it will register (more than once) with a twitch of a finger without my knowing, leading to more mistakes in typing. This is important because I originally ordered Cherry MX Blacks because I've tried reds before on other boards and felt they were TOO light/uncontrollable, but reds on the Leopold FC750R felt stiffer and more in control, if that makes any sense.

    Other details of the board:
    There are blue LEDS for the keyboard I got for the caps lock and scroll lock keys. The keyboard case is plastic, it feels kind of like the PBT keys, but feels sturdy even though it is small, and there%u2019s a weight to it that keeps it down. Very nice.

    The back of the board:
    There is no DIP switch and no extra USB ports, just the mini-usb to plug the keyboard in at the top-center. There are rubberized feet on the bottom four corners of the board, and pop out feet on the top of the board with rubber on the bottom of those feet. For cable routing, there are %u201Ctunnels%u201D or indents above the pop out feet for the cable to go all the way left, all the way right, or dead center, nothing in between. They fit really snugly. The one in the center is too narrow and the cable doesn%u2019t fit.

    What it came with:
    Opening the box, the keyboard comes with extra PBT caps: a spacebar, a capslock (pure PBT and sideprinted, no see-through for the LED light), and a scroll lock (same type as the capslock), a keycap puller (not the wire kind, but the one that looks like a circle with legs if that makes any sense), a USB/PS2 adapter, a rubber USB cable (not braided, not gold-plated) that has the velcro Leopold wire tie, and a Korean manual.

    For the keyboard itself, 5/5. Love the low profile especially on cherry mx reds, and the sleek PBT caps are amazing to type on. The keyboard I received was in Navy, sideprinted keycaps and black board. Sexy.

    For Mechanical Keyboards: Be wary when ordering. Ordered Cherry MX Blacks and received Cherry MX Reds. Also there was no indication/choice of what color I%u2019d be getting, they need to work on adding more details or options to their listings. But then again everything was probably in Korean, knowing Leopold. 3/5

  • Minimalistic design, no giant bezel, no branding aside from the Leopold logo on the bottom right edge of the case. The case is black so it's not that noticeable.

    Side printed keycaps for resistance to finger induced wear and tear. Keycaps are 1.5mm thick PBT, they are some of the best stock keycaps on the market. I wish there was a stock dyesub option but that's not a fault of the board.

    Stabilizers are Cherry type, simple keycap removal but "mushy" to some people.

    Really good price for what you get in my opinion, for the entire 750R/900R line.

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