The MacTigr is a low-profile wired mechanical keyboard designed specifically for Mac users.
Logitech’s G715 TKL wireless gaming keyboard is pretty, well-built, and great for typing. But it's also quite expensive.
The Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro is an attractive, well-built low-profile gaming keyboard with plenty of features and connection options.
The HyperX Alloy Origins 65 is a compact, tactical nuke more at home on the battlefield than in the office.
IOGear’s Hver Stealth is a $50 mechanical keyboard with RGB lighting and its own software for customization. But the keycaps and switches could be better.
The Royal Kludge RK89 fits a numeric keypad into a very compact design, but the compromises from missing and moved keys are too extreme.
The Royal Kludge RK96 is a solid, flexible and inexpensive entry into keyboard customization that also works well with a wide variety of devices right out of the box.
The Mountain Everest 60 is a compact 60-percent keyboard with a detachable numpad that can attach to either side, for work or play.
Despite enthusiast features like a gasket mount design, screw-in stabilizers and QMK/VIA support, the Keychron Q3 seems unfinished compared to the company's other releases.
The Portico75 is a good value. It sounds good, feels good, and isn’t afraid to take a few chances. Its looks are divisive but there’s a lot to enjoy.
NZXT's Function mechanical keyboards bring hot-swappable switches to the mainstream market in three sizes. They also offer lots of customization, but that gets quite expensive.