XPG’s Summoner features a comfortable wrist rest and handy volume knob and comes in your choice of three Cherry MX key switches.
Corsair’s K95 RGB Platinum XT brings a wrist rest, premium key caps and Elgato Stream Deck support to what was already an excellent keyboard. The primary drawback is its $200 price.
The Ultimate Hacking Keyboard is a well-built niche product made with developers and sysadmins in mind.
The Aukey KM-G6 has its caveats, but for the price it’s a worthy entry-level into the world of mechanical gaming keyboards.
Retro style, walnut finish, mechanical switches and wireless connectivity make this an intriguing option.
Despite being a membrane the Corsair K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard does many things right, including consistent wireless connectivity and luscious lighting.
Razer’s latest Huntsman is compact, and packs a new optical switch with a 1mm actuation point. Is it worth the $130 price?
The G.Skill KM360 mechanical keyboard is pleasant to type on and just $50. But it cuts some design corners to hit that price.
SteelSeries’ Apex 7 retains the design elements we liked in the pricier Pro, along with the OLED screen. But is that enough to justify its rather high $160 asking price?
There's a huge amount to love about the Corsair K83, but there's also a whole host of crazy features bolted on to it that don't come close to reaching their potential.
The SteelSeries Apex Pro RGB mechanical gaming keyboard may change the way you game. But fans of tactile typing will want more from the linear switches.
Choc white switches and a comfy layout make Hexgears’ low-profile keyboard a pleasing experience whether tethered or via Bluetooth.
Packed with excellent purple opto-mechanical switches and wrapped in a classy subdued shell, Razer's lesser huntsman impresses, despite its fairly high price.
Corsair’s K70 RGB MK.2 swaps out the full-sized switches for low profile ones. The results are mixed, and we'd like to see a price drop.
While the price is high and there's room for improvement--or just other switch options--the MK850 is the current pinnacle of analog keyboard excellence.
Cooler Master’s tiny (60%) is as travel-friendly as mechanicals get. But its layout will take some getting used to.
The Razer Turret is a great keyboard and mouse combo for Xbox One and PC, though it needs more Xbox games that support it.
The Wooting One is a compact keyboard that stands alone, thanks to its analog switches and customizable actuation point.
Cooler Master’s new SK650 and SK630 keyboards promise all of the typing comfort and RGB glamour you have on your desk at home in a lightweight form factor that fits easily in your bag.