Aukey has several types of mechanical keyboards on sale right now, including this 104-key gaming mechanical keyboard for just $46.19 with code SGBODNOL. It normally sells for around $66 and we haven't seen a big deal on Aukey's mechanical keyboards for a couple months now.
This keyboard in particular has custom lighting effects and Outemu Blue switches. Check out our review.
Here are all the Aukey mechanical keyboards on sale today:
- 87-key gaming mechanical keyboard for $24.84 (from $34.99) - Has customizable lighting effects. Use code R974TKJV
- 87-key retro typewriter style mechanical keyboard for $24.74 (from $32.99) - Use code XWL85KAV
- 104-key gaming mechanical keyboard for $46.19 (from $65.99) - Has customizable lighting effects. Use code SGBODNOL
- 104-key gaming mechanical keyboard for $28.85 (from $36.99) - Use code LCIP2M9A
- 104-key retro typewriter style mechanical keyboard for $29.63 (from $38.99) - Use code 46UN54JR
Aukey's keyboards have anti-ghosting keys which means the keyboard will never miss a keystroke or confuse your commands, making it an awesome option for gamers who require a certain level of precision basic keyboards can't always attain. They also include Outemu blue switches which were tested to withstand 50 million keystrokes and produce an audible click sound to help keep your typing accurate and on point.
This product comes with a two-year warranty and a keycap removal tool for cleaning and modding the keyboard.
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