There are loads of different gaming keyboards out there and the best ones come from a wide range of different brands. Though it’s highly likely that you may already be familiar with which brands those are.
If you’re not sure gaming keyboards are the best to choose from or you just aren’t sure what to really go for, then this list can help.
We’ve put together ten of the best gaming keyboards on the market that you can get your hands on. All of them have something valuable to offer and will cater to a range of different tastes. If PC gaming is your primary gaming platform, you definitely want a good gaming keyboard to enhance the experience. And there should be something on this list that fits just about everyone.
Best Gaming Keyboards – Summary
|Gaming Keyboard||Cost||Where To Buy|
|Logitech G915 TKL||From $199.99||Amazon, B&H, Best Buy|
|Glorious GMMK Modular Mechanical Gaming Keyboard||$79.99||Amazon|
|HyperX Alloy Origins||From $79.99||Amazon, Best Buy, HyperX|
|Razer Deathstalker V2 Pro||$249||Amazon, Razer, Best Buy|
|Corsair K70 RGB MK.2||From $168.99||Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart|
|SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL Wireless (2023)||$249.99||Amazon|
|Razer Huntsman V2 Analog||From $229.40||Amazon, Razer, Best Buy, Microsoft, GameStop, Newegg|
|Logitech G Pro X||$149.99||Logitech G|
|Corsair K65 RGB Mini||$79.99||Corsair|
|Reddragon K530 Draconic||$48.36||Amazon|
Logitech G915 TKL
- Price: From $199.99
- Where To Buy: Amazon, B&H, Best Buy
I’ve been using this keyboard for the past week and aside from its lack of compatibility with the PS5, this is one of the best mechanical gaming keyboards you can buy right now. The lightspeed wireless technology makes for a fast connection to your PC, and helps to reduce the amount of latency between your key presses and the game response.
It also has the ability to effortlessly switch between the lightspeed-connected device and a Bluetooth-connected device at the push of a button. Other things like the volume scroll wheel, and dedicated media playback controls are even more reasons to love this keyboard. But most of all, the battery life and build-quality are what make this the keyboard to beat.
While it’s not the only great gaming keyboard out there, it currently stands at the top. If there was one or two things that could be improved though, it would be support for the PS5 via Bluetooth, and the use of USB-C instead of micro USB for the cable connection when charging.
Glorious GMMK Modular Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
- Price: $79.99
- Where To Buy: Amazon
One of the best gaming keyboards out there and one of the best we’ve ever used is the GMMK from Glorious. We like it because it allows you to swap out the switches on each and every one of the keys.
Which means you can customize how each key feels. You can swap them all out or just focus on specific keys. Like the WASD keys for your movement in games. It also has RGB lighting, is extremely well-made and it can be picked up in a full-size, tenkeyless, or a 60% option.
Like the Huntsman Elite this is not a wireless keyboard so you’ll need to keep it plugged in during use. Still, even with that it’s hard to argue against going with this over even some of the best wireless options. The cable is also detachable so it can be stored nice and neat if you take it to tournaments and LAN parties.
Glorious Modular Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
HyperX Alloy Origins
- Price: From $79.99
- Where To Buy: Amazon, Best Buy, HyperX
Like the keyboard above, the HyperX Alloy Origins offers a detachable cable for easy storage and transport. This is a great feature to have if you bring your keyboard with you to game other places.
Beyond that, it has loads of other excellent features worth considering. Including RGB lighting, switches rated for 80 million key strokes, and the ability to save up to three custom profiles just to name a few.
The cable is also USB-C unlike the one on the GMMK. And the keyboard is fairly durable thanks to its aircraft-grade aluminum body.
Razer Deathstalker V2 Pro
- Price: $249
- Where To Buy: Amazon, Razer, Best Buy
Razer’s Deathstalker keyboard is iconic for a few reasons. Chief among them being it was really the only low-profile keyboard the company has ever released that was designed specifically for PC gaming. It was also a keyboard that implemented this goofy idea that Razer had to put a touchscreen panel on the board for quick access shortcuts. We loved it, but alas Razer didn’t keep it around after it was released in 2012. It would seem the Deathstalker line was gone for good.
Until recently when Razer announced the Deathstalker V2 series, which includes the Deathstalker V2 Pro. The touchscreen panel is gone of course, but the low-profile keys make a return and you get some other nifty new features. Like Razer’s optical mechanical switches, a media playback button, Razer HyperSpeed wireless connectivity, and up to 40 hours of battery life.
The Deathstalker V2 brings the Deathstalker line back with a vengeance and it’s one of the best keyboards you can buy right now. There will also be a tenkeyless model and a non-pro model coming later this year.
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2
- Price: From $168.99
- Where To Buy: Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart
Corsair makes great keyboards in general, but there are a few reason why we like this one and consider it one of the best keyboards out there for gaming. For one it has an aircraft-grade aluminum body. But more than that is the keyboard body is completely open.
This makes it extremely easy to pop off every single key when you need to dust this thing down or give the keyboard a full cleaning. It has RGB lighting (surprise, surprise), a detachable wrist rest, and it uses USB passthrough. It uses Cherry MX Speed switches, and it comes with dedicated media controls. The roll bar for volume adjustment in particular is a nice touch.
The textured WASD and space bar keys also help to indicate your fingers are on the right keys. We’ve all probably been there. Where we accidentally hit the wrong key in the middle of a heated encounter in whatever game we’re playing. These textured keys could help prevent that.
SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL Wireless (2023)
- Price: $249.99
- Where To Buy: Amazon
The latest version of the SteelSeries Apex Pro not only comes in a wireless model but it now comes in a TKL model. While the Apex Pro has been available in a wireless option before, SteelSeries has never offered it in a TKL (tenkeyless) variant. So this year the company dropped the number pad to give consumers a more compact option.
Of course, it’s not as compact as the Mini. But losing the number pad does shorten up the keyboard’s length a bit. And quite honestly it’s great for people who never use the number pad because you get more room for your mouse. This is assuming you use an extended mouse mat that the keyboard and mouse both sit on.
In addition to the TKL format, the keyboard also now has a slightly updated design. The body is a lot more similar to the new Deathstalker V2 Pro without the ultra-low-profile keys. It also comes with the new Omnipoint 2.0 switches and the Quantum 2.0 Wireless tech for better and faster wireless connectivity. We’ve been using it since late October and it’s been great. Especially with the soft-touch magnetic wrist rest. It’s definitely expensive, but a great keyboard nonetheless.
SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL Wireless (2023)
Razer Huntsman V2 Analog
- Price: From $229.40
- Where To Buy: Amazon, Razer, Best Buy, Microsoft, GameStop, Newegg
The Huntsman V2 Analog has become one of our favorite gaming keyboards for a couple of reasons. For one, it has the same analog optical switches that the Huntsman Mini has. Which means adjustable keystroke actuation. If you play a lot of different types of games, you will probably find this to be extremely useful. Especially in first-person shooters and other competitive games.
The Huntsman V2 Analog also comes with a super comfortable wrist rest that attaches to the keyboard magnetically. So, it comes off easily and reattaches just as easily. This is a full size keyboard which means you get the number pad. And another one of the excellent features is the media control dial. This is a much more convenient way to adjust the volume. Plus, the media dial is multi-function so it will do more than just control your volume levels.
Naturally this also has Razer Chroma support. And you might find yourself falling in love with the USB 3.0 passthrough port on the side like we have. It certainly makes plugging in extra wired peripherals and devices a breeze. We use it to charge our phones.
Logitech Go Pro X
- Price: $149.99
- Where To Buy: Logitech G
We really love the Logitech G Pro X because of a few reasons. It’s slim, which gives it a very sleek and stylish look without being too crazy in the design department.
It also has the swappable switches just like the Glorious GMMK keyboard. This feature in particular can’t be praised enough. Especially if you’re the kind of gamer that likes to have a very precise feel on certain keys for movement or in-game actions.
The G Pro X is also tenkeyless so there’s no numpad here, and you get customizable RGB lighting too. It’s not wireless but it does feature a detachable cable, and the rubber feet on the bottom provide three different angles for a more customized typing experience.
Corsair K65 RGB Mini
- Price: $79.99
- Where To Buy: Corsair
Corsair has finally joined the party with a 60-percent mechanical gaming keyboard, the K65 RGB Mini. A fraction of the size of the standard K65 RGB, but all of the power and functionality you’ve come to expect.
It features a USB-C wired connection and a thick braided cable that should be pretty durable. It also has a standard bottom row of keys just in case you want to swap them out for custom key caps.
You’ll also find that it has three switch variants launching. Including Cherry MX Red, Cherry MX SILENT Red, and Cherry MX Speed.
Reddragon K530 Draconic
- Price: $48.36
- Where To Buy: Amazon
Rounding out our list is the K530 Draconic from Reddragon. Which we felt was more than deserving of top 10 spot for a few reasons.
For one it’s pretty compact and space-saving which is great for any gaming setup. Whether you have a lot of desk space or not. It’s also only $65. So if you need to save money in addition to space, you can grab this for almost half the cost of the Huntsman Mini from Razer.
You also get RGB lighting, and it can be used wirelessly or in a wired mode if you need to save on battery life. Or if it needs a recharge. and, the cable is USB-C. Reddragon may not be a massive household name like Razer or SteelSeries, but don’t sleep on this option.
It’s definitely worth considering and is sure to provide a great gaming experience.