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The 6 Best 65% Keyboards to Buy in 2021

The 6 Best 65% Keyboards to Buy in 2021

65% keyboards have recently become much more popular, and it’s not hard to see why. These keyboards retain the compact size of 60% keyboards but add the arrow and some nav cluster keys that some people can’t live without. This makes them a perfect middle ground...

The 6 Best 60% Keyboards in 2021

The 6 Best 60% Keyboards in 2021

The past few years have seen a surge in popularity of 60% keyboards, making the process of choosing the best 60% keyboard more challenging than it used to be. They used to be niche products, but now even relatively mainstream companies like Razer have gotten into the...

The 7 Best White Gaming Keyboards for Your All-White Setup

The 7 Best White Gaming Keyboards for Your All-White Setup

While most gaming keyboards look similar with a dark chassis and RGB lighting, we're not all aiming for that look. Plenty of gamers enjoy the clean and minimal aesthetics of a white setup and need a keyboard to match. That's where our list of the best white gaming...

The 7 Best Gaming Keyboards Under $100 (Buying Guide)

The 7 Best Gaming Keyboards Under $100 (Buying Guide)

It can be difficult to choose since so many keyboards are competing in the sub-$100 price range. The best gaming keyboards under $100 include great wireless models, portable 60% keyboards, and jam-packed full-sized boards with enough macro keys to keep even the most...

The 5 Best Gaming Keyboards Under $50 for Budget Gamers

The 5 Best Gaming Keyboards Under $50 for Budget Gamers

Looking for a great gaming keyboard that won't cost you a fortune? Don't worry, you've got more options than you might realize. Some of the best gaming keyboards under $50 have come out in the last few years. We've put together a list of all the best options in a...

Mechanical vs. Membrane Keyboards: Why Mechanicals Are Better

Mechanical vs. Membrane Keyboards: Why Mechanicals Are Better

The mechanical vs. membrane keyboard decision used to be simple. Have $100 or more laying around to spend on one peripheral? Get a mechanical keyboard. On a budget? Stick with membranes. The price premium and limited availability meant that mechanical boards were...