Best Black Friday gaming keyboard deals
Black Friday season (yeah, it's a full-on season thing now) is here, which means there are plenty of early deals hitting retailers all over the place. From the Best Buys and Amazons of the world down to your local Walmart, you won't have to wait until November 26 to save some cash. And for those of us who prefer to play our games on PC, now is the perfect time to snag that gaming keyboard you've had your eye on.
We're already starting to see prices drop on some of our picks for the best gaming keyboards, often knocking a significant chunk off of their otherwise-expensive price tags. If you're interested in the more budget-minded keyboards, you'll likely be able to pick up some really solid sub-$50 options as the season wears on as well.
It's still early, so we're going to see the deals keep coming. However, with retailers like Best Buy offering a price protection guarantee through Black Friday proper, it's never too early to start looking and, perhaps, pulling the trigger on any really good deals that are out there.
Corsair K65 RGB Mini | Save 18% (opens in new tab)
We love compact gaming keyboards and this one is a little beast. It's a 60% layout so for gamers, dispenses with all the keys you just won't need, and with Cherry MX Speed switches you'll be fast, accurate and extremely satisfied.
Corsair K60 RGB | Lowest price yet (opens in new tab)
This keyboard is down to its lowest price yet and is a good all-rounder for gaming and working. It's full size, has an included wrist rest, Cherry switches, and per-key RGB so you can get really wild with your customization.
Looking for a mini mechanical keyboard to match the rest of your contemporary gaming setup? The Huntsman Mini from Razer is a great option! It's a ten-keyless layout, so it's extra small and will fit any deskspace.
HyperX Alloy Origins 60 mechanical keyboard | $20 off (opens in new tab)
A well-reviewed keyboard with secondary functions on the keys, custom macros, per-key RGB lighting, and more. This is also a great price, the first drop we've seen since it was released.
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