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Last updated on September 21st, 2023 at 08:31 am

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.

Mountain Everest 60

The Everest 60 is a remarkably good keyboard for the price. The switches are responsive and feel good, plus they are incredibly quiet. The overall typing experience is like nothing else you can get for this price so for me it is a must have keyboard if you don't want to spend a fortune but still want all the thrills of modding and a premium feel. 

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The ASUS ROG STRIX SCOPE NX TKL in Moonlight White offers premium build quality with aluminium top plate, alongside vibrant RGB lighting and ASUS ROG's own NX switches, which are a joy to use. We love the colour theme with the dual-tone keycaps, while the large control key is genuinely useful.


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Sharkoon Skiller SGK50 S4

The Skiller SGK50 S4 is Sharkoon's first ever 60% mechanical gaming keyboard. It has a hot swappable switch configuration and is compatible with all 3 and 5-pin mechanical switches. It's also competitively priced at around £65, making it a great buy if you are looking to tinker with a mechanical keyboard without spending a small fortune.

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Corsair K100 Air Wireless

If you want a keyboard with that 'wow' factor, that is one of the most premium keyboards that Corsair has ever produced, then this is it. The typing experience on the K100 Air Wireless is phenomenal and the board is backed up by Corsair's solid iCUE software. Just be prepared to pay handsomely for the privilege, with a £279.99 MSRP...

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Glorious GMMK Pro Keyboard Review

The GMMK Pro keyboard is a solid, premium feeling keyboard that can be customised to just about anyone's liking. All of the parts are well made and feel very good quality. The stabiliser are a little disappointing as they came with far too much lube applied out of the box, but this is something that can be resolved quite easily. Gaming and general typing feels smooth and satisfying and the experience of using a GMMK Pro as a daily driver for roughly 6 weeks has been great.

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