Whether you're clacking through a battle royale or a long typing session, these are the best gaming keyboards for a combo of responsiveness, features and style.
We’ll show you the easiest way to change a mechanical keyboard’s switches. With a hot swappable keyboard, you can craft your perfect typing experience.
With dual wireless connectivity options, the ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II lets you easily switch between multiple devices, including your PC, Raspberry Pi, media center and tablet.
The Alienware AW410K gaming keyboard announced today offers tactile Brown switches, RGB and saves space by ditching common media keys.
With a striking white build that also caters to RGB fans, the Roccat Vulcan 122 Aimo will brighten up any gamer’s setup. But the distance between the keys and the high price are drawbacks.
The Logitech G915 TKL wireless mechanical keyboard has a slim and sturdy frame and the option to easily switch between two types of cable-free connections. But it’s very expensive.
With a 96 hour battery life with lighting, and 1,080 hours without it this could be the perfect mechanical keyboard for those looking to eliminate those pesky cables.
The Razer Ornata V2 gaming keyboard announced today uses Mecha-Membrane switches meant to offer a balance between membrane rubber dome and mechanical switch typing.
If you're after one of the most premium TKL keyboards, the newly announced Logitech G915 TKL is ready to tempt.
HyperX's new pudding keycaps come in white or black and are meant to make a keyboard's RGB lighting pop more.
The IOGear HVER Pro X is built for speed and bling while targeting budget shoppers. But it does those things with varying degrees of success.
HyperX’s Alloy Origins mechanical gaming keyboard sports in-house switches, but what makes it great is a fine-tuning of the basics and excellent aesthetics.
XPG’s Summoner features a comfortable wrist rest and handy volume knob and comes in your choice of three Cherry MX key switches.