Meletrix makes its debut with the best entry-level custom keyboard available today.
A full size keyboard with MSI's own custom Sonic Red switches, the MSI Vigor GK71 Sonic is targeted at gamers who want a super-light feel. However, competitors offer a better experience.
The Mammoth75 is an expensive, luxurious statement-maker. If you have the funds and a passion for mechanical keyboards, it’s an outstanding option.
Keychron’s Q2 gasket mount keyboard offers a smaller size, but mostly big improvements over the already great Q1.
The Razer Pro Type Ultra is a decent silent mechanical keyboard, but for the $160 price, Razer’s cut corners cannot go unnoticed.
Asus’ new ROG Falchion NX is a very different 65 percent mechanical keyboard, as it is capable of doing many things, but not always comfortably.
Noctua has partnered with Drop to create its own specialized keycap set for hardcore Noctua enthusiasts.
The Akko 3098B and 3098N wireless keyboards combine classy looks with a fantastic typing experience and plenty of features.
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.
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.