MelGeek just released a 68% mechanical keyboard that's both transparent and friendly to modding with hot-swappable switches. It's a little pricey, but an excellent place to start with custom keyboards.
The Anne Pro 2 is a classic 60% keyboard in the mechanical world. It's compact, portable, and can work both wired and wireless. It also has good Bluetooth connectivity and a whole lot of customizability, including the ability to setup your own key layout, lighting, and macros.
This is a brand new low price on the Z20 keyboard. It has a lot of extras including Macro keys for complex actions you can do on the fly, a volume scroll wheel for easy adjustments while playing games or watching movies, and other multimedia keys. It comes with a palm rest as well.
Best answer: Most good gaming keyboards are mechanical and great to type on. But in a work environment, the additional noise of many mechanical switches and lack of ergonomic gaming keyboards might be enough to steer you elsewhere. Gaming keyboards are some of the best you can get Many of the best keyboards you can buy are gaming keyboards. It's not hard to understand why, since...
So long as you don't mind ditching the numpad and using a more compact mechanical keyboard, the SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL is the better gaming keyboard Prime Day deal. It's a full $17 cheaper than the full-size keyboard with discounts applied.
Logitech made a mechanical keyboard that doesn't cost a lot but gets many of the basics right for PC gaming. The Logitech G413 Carbon is an attractively designed sturdy keyboard with LED lighting and decent mechanical switches.
Look, I'm not saying low-profile keyboards are for everyone. But my experience with them over the last couple of years has left me wondering why the heck I spent so long dealing with chunky gaming keyboards. Here's why I don't think I'll ever go back.
Corsair has a slightly more affordable low-profile mechanical keyboard than its K70 and it's the K60 RGB Pro Low Profile. This keyboard comes rocking Cherry MX Low Profile Speed switches, as well as some neat design elements and features that make it a great keyboard for the price.
Looking to save space on your desk? A good way to achieve this is by using a more compact keyboard. We've rounded up some of our favorite 60% keyboards, which (as the name suggests) removes approximately 40% of unnecessary bloat.
Choosing the best mechanical keyboard is important since you'll be relying on this companion for typing or gaming. In order to make the most of your PC and enjoy both work and play, we've rounded up some of our favorite keyboards.
EasySMX has made some really great gaming peripherals for those of us on a tight budget. The GK82 is a solid entry into the space of mechanical keyboards and is well worth the price tag if you are looking for an 87 key keyboard.
HyperX joins the 60 percent hype train with its new Alloy Origins 60 mechanical keyboard. Featuring its brand-new Red linear switches, the Alloy Origins 60 brings RGB, a beautifully machined aircraft-grade aluminum body, and an excellent typing experience, so long as you are OK with the minimalist setup.
Logitech is one of the best tech brands out there — making quality PC accessories at affordable prices — and it makes some pretty great keyboards. However, which one is the best? What are some awesome alternatives? Here's what we think.