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Last updated on September 17th, 2020 at 02:00 pm

While everyone spends time pondering over their choices for CPU, GPU and memory configuration – almost nothing will impact your experience more than your keyboard. From membrane to click-tactile to hybrid, there are a lot or choices at a lot of price-points. Let us help you decide.


This keyboard is an absolute dream for FPS players. Of course, if you’re looking for a full-size keyboard this is not for you but the tenkeyless design really excels for the target audience of the Scope TKL Deluxe. The features and functions available on this board means you’re almost sacrificing nothing at all, the RGB is excellent, the design looks great, the extra features work well and overall, we’re huge fans.

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Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile

The original Corsair K70 RGB has been a firm favourite with PC gamers since it launched years ago. Now, the company is back with an updated model - and new low profile Cherry switches. This keyboard is better than ever before, with extensive RGB options and new-and-improved iCUE software. It's also very well-built thanks to the aircraft-grade brushed anodised aluminium frame.

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Xtrfy K4 TKL RGB

We’re huge fans of the Xtrfy K4 TKL, there’s just so many design choices that we connect with and we love its simplicity. Xtrfy wanted to make a plug and play keyboard with great specs for an affordable price and we honestly think they have achieved that.

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Cooler Master SK630 Low Profile

The second board on our list to use Cherry's new Low Profile switches, the SK630 from Cooler Master is all about portability. It has an incredibly slim - almost non-existent - bezel, while it only measures 29.8mm tall. With per-key RGB lighting and a detachable USB-C cable, too, this is a great board for carrying with you on the go.

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Razer Huntsman Elite

The Huntsman Elite does things a little differently to most keyboards, as it uses new Opto-Mechanical switches. These have a 1.5mm actuation distance, but use an infrared light beam to actuate - instead of physically contacting with the PCB. That means you have an ultra-fast typing and gaming experience - something which can mean the difference between life and death if you are a competitive gamer.

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