Best Mechanical Keyboards: the top mechanical keyboards for gaming in 2019

Depending on your daily computer usage, the best mechanical keyboard can make all the difference. The needs of competitive gamers are different from someone focused on video or photo editing. Gaming keyboards may require less tactile keys that are easier to push. Meanwhile, video and photo editors may demand an additional dial or specific macro functionality.

Some users may just need something user friendly and affordable. Wired or wireless, even connectivity may be important outside of feature sets. There’s a little something for everyone’s efficiency needs. However, there are some underlying attributes that make a great keyboard regardless of purpose. This includes factors like build quality, durability and bang-for-buck.   

In an effort to help readers avoid spending hours online looking for the right set-up, TechRadar has provided our top five list of the best keyboards for any situation. 

Razer Huntsman Elite

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1. Razer Huntsman Elite

Interface: Wired | Keyboard backlighting: Yes | Programmable keys: Yes

Fast key switches

Amazing layout

Needs two USB ports 

Satisfying, impressive typing action

Loads of media keys

Plenty of features elsewhere

Mediocre build quality

Underwhelming lighting

Individuals interested in spending somewhere around 50 bucks or quid for a keyboard should look into the Logitech G213 Prodigy. For daily typing and occasional gaming, it’s  above average. It helps that the keyboard has an awesome volume rocker and other fantastic media control keys. Logitech’s G Hub is also compatible with the keyboard for setting RGB lighting and function keys amongst other features. Also, the G213 is also spill resistant despite a mediocre build quality.

Read the full review: Logitech G213 Prodigy

Logitech G915 Wireless

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8. Logitech G915 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

The best wireless gaming keyboard money can buy

Interface: Wireless | Keyboard backlighting: Yes | Switches: Low-Profile GL Switches

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