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Gaming Gear – The 5 best Gaming Keyboards

Looking for a new gaming keyboard but unsure where to look? Let’s take a look at some of the top picks out there!

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1. Razer Cynosa Chroma Gaming Keyboard ($35)

The Razer Cynosa Chroma is one of the more affordable keyboards in the Razer line-up and you do certainly get some bang for your buck. You’re able to fully remap all the buttons the keyboard has to offer and works with all Razer hardware and Philips Hue. Furthermore it offers you a numpad if that’s what you’re into. At $35, it’s very affordable and a great keyboard for someone looking to take his gaming to the next level, but isn’t ready to fully commit.

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2. HyperX Alloy Core RGB – Membrane Gaming Keyboard ($40)

The HyperX Alloy Core is another gaming keyboard that sits at a more affordable price ($40). It offers silent keys, RGB lighting, personalization and additional dedicated media keys and shortcuts, giving you quite a bit of options on a budget.

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3. Corsair K60 RGB Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard ($70)

Corsair has been making quality keyboards for a very long time and the K60 is an excellent ‘middle-of-the-pack’ option. It has some great utility available, including mechanical keyswitches, customizable RGB lighting, additional keyboard shortcuts, and much more customizability. It’s still very affordable sitting at $70 and is a great option if you’re looking for something more up there in terms of quality and options.

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4. Razer BlackWidow V3 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard ($100)

One of Razer’s biggest sellers and most iconic series, the Razer BlackWidow is a staple in the gaming atmosphere and is geared to comfort, effectiveness and aesthetics. There’s a myriad of personalization going on, ranging from RGB to customizing of buttons. Furthermore it features an ergonomic wrist rest, helping you out in longer gaming sessions. At $100, it is a bigger commitment though.

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5. SteelSeries Apex Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard ($153)

The SteelSeries Apex Pro aims to be literally that, sitting at the Apex of options when it comes to gaming keyboards. It boasts an integrated command settings and allows you to customize, change settings and personalize everything on the fly and claims to be one if not the fastest mechanical keyboards on the market. At $153, it does sit at the higher ranges when it comes to price.

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