In this article, I will be wrapping up 2018’s top 5 gaming keyboards. With Cyber Monday and holiday deals, odds are you can find them for a pretty good price. So let’s get started with our top 5:

1HyperX Alloy Elite

The HyperX Alloy Elite mechanical gaming keyboard is the perfect keyboard for the gamer who wants to equip their battle station with a stylish and full-featured keyboard. The Alloy Elite’s dazzling HyperX red backlighting and 18 LED light bar to ensure your setup is lit both literally and figuratively, while its solid steel frame provides rugged durability and stability. With dedicated media buttons, USB 2.0 pass-through, game mode, anti-ghosting and N-key rollover, this versatile multimedia keyboard is specced to meet any user’s needs. HyperX Alloy Elite can be customized with Cherry MX blue, brown or red switches, so if you want low actuation force to boost your APM or prefer crisp tactile feedback for extra accuracy, you’ll get the switch that fits. Gamers will also enjoy the comfortable, detachable wrist rest and the HyperX titanium-coloured, textured keycaps which help you locate the most important keys faster when the game’s on the line.

Buy Now For $119

2Razer BlackWidow Elite

Razer has updated its flagship mechanical keyboard, the BlackWidow Elite, adding the same media controls that first appeared on the recently released Hunstman Elite. Instead of having to use key combos to control media, the Widow now has a handy row of buttons as well as a slick multi-use wheel. Razer sent me the clicky Green-switch version to test, but it is also available with tactile Orange and linear Yellow switches as well. It’s priced at the very top of the mechanical keyboard market and has most of the bells and whistles you’d expect in a $170 keyboard.

Buy Now For $157

3Corsair K70 RGB MK.2

The Corsair K70 RGB was a nearly perfect keyboard, featuring a sleek design, authentic Cherry MX switches and a colourful array of rainbow backlights. After a few years of fine-tuning the design, Corsair has released the K70 RGB Mk.2, and the company’s efforts paid off. Beautiful, functional and innovative, the K70 RGB Mk.2 has something for everyone. At $180, it’s one of the most expensive gaming keyboards on the market, and that’s admittedly going to be a deal breaker for some buyers. But with a durable chassis and high-quality mechanical switches, this keyboard is an investment that could keep you gaming for many years.

Buy Now For $179

4Anne PRO 2

It’s mechanical, it has a compact 60% size layout, and it connects just as happy to a phone or tablet via Bluetooth as it does to a PC with a USB cable. And of course, as this is 2017, it also can light up in all of the colours of the rainbow with programmable per-key RGB backlighting. The Anne Pro is a gorgeous and well-formed keyboard, crafted with evident care by its designers. Its simple plastic chassis has been smoothed and rounded on all sides, its base gently becoming deeper towards its far side to angle the keys into a more comfortable position.

Buy Now For $94

5Cooler Master MK-750

The Cooler Master MK750 mechanical gaming keyboard is the sleeper hit for elite gamers. The minimalistic, floating key design gives way to durable Cherry MX switches, intuitive On-the-fly controls, dedicated multimedia keys, and hybrid key rollover to ensure peak performance through the toughest battles. If that weren’t enough, a removable magnetic wrist rest gives comfort during long sessions, while an RGB lightbar surrounding the bottom and sides gives subtle illumination to your setup.

Buy Now For $99

That’s all guys, this is my top 5 gaming keyboards for 2018. Its Cyber Monday coming your way, so keep your eyes open for exciting prices for these stunning RGB Keyboards.


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