Great for people who can’t choose between membrane and mechanical.
Logitech was definitely ambitious with the design of the Pop Keys, and while the idea of having dedicated emoji keys is niche, I can see the right person loving it.
Whether clacking through a battle royale or a long typing session, here are the best gaming keyboards combining responsiveness, features and style.
SteelSeries’ Apex 3 TKL can do more than most gaming keyboards for a fraction of the price. At $45, the Apex 3 TKL is almost the perfect budget gaming keyboard.
CJ from Elevated Systems has created a modern Commodore 64 of sorts using a Framework Laptop and custom 60% mechanical keyboard.
The Drop Carina is able to light up a room with its bright RGB and shiny brass plate, but its confusing remapping process is not ideal.
With the Pro range, Razer focused intently on quieter operation all-around, suitable for people who want to work in a tomb-like environment without the clickety-clack of keyboards or mouse buttons.
The Akko Mod 001 is a fantastic barebones mechanical keyboard kit that may not be the best looking, but has the potential to perform the best.
The Wooting two HE is neat and is fun to tinker with, but it is just another gaming keyboard on certain titles.
Whether you’re gaming from the couch, writing a novel on the go, or you just want a clutter-free desk, these are the best wireless keyboards you can buy.
We tested a pile of cheap clackers in order to find the best budget mechanical keyboards available now.
A barebones keyboard kit with a premium price, the Glorious GMMK Pro has lots of high-end features, but awful stabilizers make it a hard sell.
At Newegg, the EVGA Z20 RGB mechanical gaming keyboard is now over 50% off — taking the price down to just $70.