In my opinion, a gaming PC without a mechanical keyboard is not complete, because you cannot have that right kind of feel and response in games with a membrane or rubber dome keyboard, even if it is a gaming one. Also, if you game in dark or in low light then you must have a mechanical keyboard with backlighting, otherwise, you won’t be able to see the keycaps clearly. Some users prefer mechanical keyboards with single-color backlighting, especially white LED backlighting, and some want to go one step further and prefer a mechanical keyboard with RGB backlighting because they look fancy and you can customize the keys to different colors that can help in gaming too.
An RGB mechanical keyboard comes with RGB LED that is mounted on the mechanical switch or under the switch on the PCB for illuminating the keycap and its surroundings. A very popular example of an RGB mechanical switch is Cherry MX RGB which consists of clear or transparent housing that has some space at the bottom for accommodating SMD LED (Surface Mounted Design LED). The RGB LED lighting, effects, and customization on RGB mechanical keyboards can be controlled using the supported keyboard software. However, some RGB mechanical keyboards do not include software support and the RGB lighting & effects on them can be changed using the onboard keys themselves, and this results in limited lighting effects on these keyboards.
Gaming mechanical keyboards with RGB lighting were pretty expensive a while back, but now they have become much more affordable and you can easily find a good RGB mechanical keyboard from a reputed brand for under 100 dollars. But if you have a lower budget, then also you can find a decent Chinese RGB mechanical keyboard within 50 dollars price range. So, to help you select the right RGB mechanical keyboard for your budget, here I am going to list down the best RGB mechanical keyboards for every budget for your gaming and typing needs.
RGB vs Rainbow LED Keyboard
You must not confuse Rainbow LED keyboards with RGB LED keyboards. Rainbow backlit keyboards come with different color LEDs, and each LED keycap can display only one color. For example, a Rainbow keyboard can have Red, Blue, Green, and Violet colored LEDs, in which LEDs of similar colors can be arranged row-wise, column-wise, or block-wise patterns depending on the manufacturer. Rainbow LED-backlit keyboards can have different LED effects but cannot change the LED color of a single key. In other words, the color of LEDs in Rainbow backlit keyboards is fixed but they have different colored LEDs. Rainbow LED Keyboards are a bit cheaper than true or real RGB mechanical keyboards.
On the other hand, Real RGB keyboards have RGB LEDs that can change different colors depending on user customization. For example, a single LED key in the RGB keyboard can display Red, Green, Blue, White, Orange, or any other color that you want to. This means you can assign different colors to each key or can assign a different group of keys with different colors depending on your mood or requirements. An RGB keyboard can create much more complex and visually appealing lighting effects compared to a Rainbow LED keyboard. So, to sum up:
RAINBOW Keyboard -> per key single color
RGB Keyboard -> per key multiple colors
Best RGB Mechanical Keyboard under 50 Dollars
Below are the best RGB mechanical keyboards that you can get for under 50 dollars.
A compact Tenkeyless RGB mechanical gaming keyboard that comes with 87 keys. This RGB mechanical keyboard from Redragon comes with Outemu Blue mechanical switches that are basically Cherry MX Blue clones. The mechanical switches are tactile and make a clicky sound. They are lighter than Cherry MX Blues in terms of operating force but are a bit louder than it. The keyboard has Double-shot injection molded keycaps for clear and uniform backlighting, and the letter markings do not wear off too due to it. As this is a gaming keyboard, so it supports features like N-Key Rollover with 100% Anti Ghosting and Windows Key Lock. It has got multimedia keys shared with the function keys, and they can be launched in conjunction with the special FN key.
The build quality of the keyboard is solid, and it has got a metal backplate for durability and rigidity. The RGB lighting effects and brightness can be controlled and customized on-the-fly as it does not support software. There are five different lighting modes and five backlit brightness levels and it also supports user-programmable RGB backlighting. This is a good value for money RGB mechanical keyboard that can be used for gaming and typing as well, because of the blue switches. The USB cable on this keyboard is non-detachable and it comes with a gold plated USB connector to prevent it from corrosion. The keyboard is officially compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP and Mac OS (limited support).
|Redragon K552 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Tenkeyless (TKL)|
|Switch Type||Outemu Blue|
|Features||Metal Backplate, ABS Double-shot injection molded keycaps, RGB Lighting modes, and brightness control, N-Key Rollover with 100% Anti Ghosting, FN Multimedia Shortcuts, Windows
Key Lock, Splash-proof Design, Gold plated USB connector
This is basically a full-size (104 keys) version of the above-mentioned Redragon K552 RGB mechanical keyboard. The only difference is that this Redragon K551 RGB Gaming Mechanical Keyboard comes with a numeric pad on the side. It comes with the same Outemu Blue mechanical switches and features like N-Key Rollover with 100% Anti Ghosting, FN Multimedia Shortcuts, Windows Key Lock, Splash-proof Design, Double-shot injection molded keycaps, Gold Plated USB connector, and Metal backplate.
This may be a full-sized keyboard but it still features a very minimalist design with no extra protruding sides. It does not support RGB lighting through software and it can be customized and controlled by using the specified keys with the FN key. The keyboard supports Windows Vista / 7/ 8 / 8.1 / 10 and Mac OS (limited support). So, if you are looking for a budget full-size RGB mechanical keyboard then this one will fit your bill perfectly.
|Redragon K551-RGB Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size (104 keys)|
|Switch Type||Outemu Blue|
|Features||Metal Backplate, Double-shot injection molded keycaps, RGB Lighting modes, and brightness control, N-Key Rollover with 100% Anti Ghosting, FN Multimedia Shortcuts, Windows Key Lock, Splash-proof Design, Gold plated USB connector|
[Plenty of RGB Lighting, Feature Rich]
A very good-looking RGB mechanical keyboard from Havit that offers many extra features that no other RGB mechanical keyboard offers in this price segment. Besides RGB lighting on keycaps, the keyboard features many other RGB lighting segments or zones on it. It has got RGB lighting on the sides that look amazing, and it also has an RGB logo on the hand rest. The keyboard comes with custom Blue mechanical switches that are clicky and tactile, and require 60 gf of actuation force, which is the same as a Cherry MX Blue switch too. However, it feels a bit different from the original Cherry MX Blue switches, but it is pretty good. The keycaps are ABS double-shot injection that allows uniform RGB lighting, and makes the letter marking permanent, which cannot be erased by any means.
On the top of the keyboard, you will find dedicated multimedia buttons, a volume rocker wheel, and five custom keys (M1-M5) that are used to store the custom RGB lighting pattern or combination, which you can set according to your preference or requirements. The keyboards also fulfill all the gaming requirements, as it supports Full N-Key Rollover with 100% Anti-Ghosting. The RGB lighting and effects can be controlled and customized with the keyboard keys themselves by using the Fn key, and it does not support any software for it.
The build quality is solid and it comes with a braided USB cable. The hand rest is pretty small for most people, which I think should have been made detachable. Also, you will get a phone holder at the top, on which you can place your smartphone. This comes in really handy when you are working on your computer, but have something important going on on your smartphone too, and you need to keep a track of it. The keyboard supports Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Win 7 / Win 8 / Win 10 / MAC / Linux operating systems. Overall, a good feature-rich, practical, and attractive-looking budget RGB mechanical keyboard which is definitely a steal at this price.
|HAVIT KB472L RGB Backlit Mechanical Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size|
|Switch Type||Custom Blue|
|Features||14 RGB Backlit Modes, Dedicated Multimedia Keys, Volume Control Knob, Full N-Key Rollover with 100% Anti-Ghosting, 5 Custom Button for RGB customization (M1-M5), ABS double-injection mold keycaps, RGB Streamer Side Light, Retractable Phone Holder, Fn key, RGB Logo, Ergonomic Hand Rest|
Here we another RGB mechanical keyboard from Redragon, but this one comes with Outemu Red switches that are linear, quiet, and non-tactile mechanical switches, designed for faster response in gaming. Redragon K582 SURARA is a full-size, yet compact and minimalist RGB mechanical gaming keyboard with ABS keycaps and supports gaming features such as N-Key Rollover with 100% anti-ghosting, Fully programmable keys for Macros, Interchangeable arrow keys and WASD keys, and Windows key lock during gaming. It also supports FN multimedia shortcuts and six RGB themes and 18 RGB lighting modes. You can also adjust the LED brightness using the N + Up/Down arrow key in any non-breathing mode.
The build quality is solid and the keyboard also includes LED and Macro customization through Redragon software, which you can download from the Redragon official website. The USB cable is non-braided and non-detachable but has got a gold-plated USB connector for protection against corrosion. It is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows VISTA. I think this is one of the best budget RGB mechanical keyboards for gaming that comes with a good amount of features including software customization. Recommended by me.
|Redragon K582 SURARA RGB Mechanical Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size|
|Switch Type||Outemu Red|
|Software Support||Yes (Redragon Software)|
|Features||N-Key Rollover with 100% anti-ghosting, Fully programmable keys (Macros), 12 backlight modes, 6 themes backlights and 4 LED brightness levels, Interchangeable arrow keys and WASD keys, Win key disable mode, Gold-plated USB connector, FN multimedia keys (12)|
Other RGB Mechanical Keyboards under $50
Some other RGB mechanical keyboards under 50 dollars are also pretty good and are worth checking out.
Best RGB Mechanical Keyboards under 100 Dollars
Here are the best RGB mechanical keyboards that you can get for under 100 dollars. However, a couple of these keyboards may cost you a little extra depending on the market. Almost all of these keyboards mentioned below come with genuine Cherry MX switches.
[Dust and Spill Resistant, Dedicated Media buttons]
Corsair K68 RGB is a durable RGB mechanical keyboard that is IP32 Dust and Water Resistant, which is great for casual users who are a little bit careless with their habits. This full-size RGB mechanical keyboard comes with Cherry MX Red switches that are soft, linear, and silent switches; great for gaming. On the top panel of the keyboard, you will find dedicated media buttons, windows key lock button, and LED brightness buttons and on the bottom, you have the soft-touch palm rest that is detachable.
The build quality of the keyboard is pretty good, and for gaming, it supports Full Key (NKRO) and 100% anti-ghosting. The keyboard supports per-key RGB lighting and programmable Macro keys that can be controlled and customized to your needs using the Corsair CUE software. The USB cable is non-detachable and non-braided too. Overall, a very good RGB mechanical keyboard from a reputed brand that offers great performance and features in its price bracket. Highly Recommended by me.
|Corsair K68 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size|
|Switch Type||Cherry MX Red|
|Software Support||Yes (Corsair CUE)|
|Features||Full Key (NKRO) and 100% anti-ghosting, Dedicated Media Buttons, Detachable Soft Wrist Rest, IP32 Water & Dust Resistant, Per-Key RGB Backlighting, Macro support, ABS double-shot injection keycaps|
How can we forget Razer when it comes to gaming mechanical keyboards? Here we have Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma which is a compact RGB mechanical keyboard having a Tenkeyless form factor. The keyboard comes with its own Razer Green mechanical switches, which are rated for 80 million keystrokes lifespan. These are clicky and tactile switches, just like Cherry MX Blues, but are lighter than them as they require only 50g of activation force. The keycaps are of good quality and the font on them is also very much pleasing to the eye.
The keyboard has great build quality and it comes with military-grade metal top construction. The RGB lighting on the keyboard is powered by Chroma with individually programmable backlit keys with 16.8 million color options, which can be set through Razer Synapse software. The keyboard supports gaming features such as 10-key roll-over anti-ghosting, fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording, and Windows key lock. The media shortcuts and other extra functions can be invoked using the FN key. The USB cable is braided and detachable that can prove very handy when moving the keyboard, and it provides extra protection from mice, cats, dogs, abrasion, or accidental cuts.
|Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma Specifications|
|Switch Type||Razer Green Switches|
|Software Support||Yes (Razer Synapse)|
|Features||10 key roll-over anti-ghosting, 80 million keystroke life span, Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording, Cable management routing, Gaming mode option,
Detachable Braided USB cable, Military grade metal top construction, Windows Key Lock, FN key shortcuts
Cooler Master CK550 is one of the cheapest RGB mechanical keyboards that you can find under 100 dollars budget. This full-size keyboard comes with Gateron (Blue/Brown/Red) switches that are similar to Cherry MX switches and have a keystroke lifespan of 50 million clicks. They do feel a little different from the genuine Cherry MX switches, but are pretty good and provide you the satisfactory vibe that you would like to expect from a good mechanical keyboard.
The build quality of the keyboard is impressive and it has got a brushed aluminum plate on top. The keyboard features a floating keys design, which makes it easy to clean and maintain. The RGB lighting and Macros on the keyboard can be controlled and customized on-the-fly without any software. However, it can also be done using the Cooler Master RGB software, which you have to download from its official website. The keyboard also supports NKRO with Anti-ghosting, FN multimedia keys, and Macros recording. Overall, a decent RGB mechanical keyboard that is affordable, and packs lots of features to play around with.
|Cooler Master CK550 RGB Mechanical Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size|
|Switch Type||Gateron (Blue/Brown/Red)|
|Software Support||Yes (CM RGB Software)|
|Features||Laser Etched ABS Keycaps, RGB Per-key Backlighting, On-the-Fly Controls, Macros support, Gunmetal Brushed Aluminum Top Plate, Floating Keys Design, Full Key Rollover (NKRO) and Anti-Ghosting, FN Multimedia Keys|
Other RGB Mechanical Keyboards under $100
Here are some other RGB mechanical keyboards under 100 dollars that are worth checking out too.
- Redragon K550 RGB Gaming Mechanical Keyboard
- Redragon K556 RGB LED Mechanical Keyboard
- ET Robot RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Best RGB Mechanical Keyboards under 150 Dollars
Below are the best RGB mechanical keyboards that you can get for under 150 dollars.
This is a great feature-rich and value-for-money RGB mechanical keyboard that you can get from top brands like Corsair. The keyboard is full-sized and comes with Cherry MX Red switches that are great for gaming as they are linear and requires low actuation force. The keycaps are not double-shot injection, but they are still good in quality and construction. On the top panel of the keyboard, you will find dedicated media buttons, an LED brightness button, a windows key lock button, and a volume wheel. The RGB lighting and effects can be controlled using the Corsair iCUE software, which is also used to record and set Macros. The RGB lighting is fully customizable and looks gorgeous with all those fancy effects.
The whole keyboard is made of plastic, but then also it has good construction quality and does not feel clumsy at all. For gaming, it comes with 100% Anti-Ghosting with Full Key Rollover and FPS and MOBA Keycap Sets. The keyboard also includes a soft-touch detachable wrist rest for providing comfort during long and intense gaming sessions. A USB pass-through port is also provided, where you can connect mice, headsets, USB flash drives, and other low-power USB devices. The USB cable on the keyboard is braided for protection against pets and sharp objects. In all, an excellent RGB mechanical gaming keyboard for the price. This keyboard is also available with Cherry MX Speed switches. These are fast linear switches for fast-paced gaming and have lower actuation point (key travel) compared to Cherry MX Red switches.
Note: You can also get Corsair K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard in this budget. The keyboard comes with aluminum frame construction while other specifications remain almost the same.
|Corsair STRAFE RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size|
|Switch Type||Cherry MX Red|
|Software Support||Yes (CORSAIR iCUE)|
|Features||100% Anti-Ghosting with Full Key Rollover, Windows Key Lock Mode, FPS, and MOBA Keycap Sets, Dedicated Volume and Multimedia Controls, USB Pass-Through Port, Detachable Soft-Touch Wrist Rest, 8MB onboard profile storage, Macro support, per-key RGB backlighting, Braided USB cable|
SteelSeries is no stranger when it comes to gaming mouse and keyboards, especially in the eSports segment. Here we have SteelSeries Apex M750, which is an RGB mechanical keyboard that is aimed at eSports gaming. The keyboard comes with SteelSeries QX2 RGB switches that are linear switches, and are being manufactured by Gateron. The switch is very similar to the Cherry MX Red switch, and requires the same actuation force of 45cN with 2.0 mm pre-travel, 4.0 mm total travel, and has a lifespan of 50 million keypresses. The keyboard features floating keycaps design that makes it pretty easy to clean and maintain.
The build quality of the keyboard is amazing as it has 5000 Series aluminum alloy frame construction. The RGB lighting can be customized and controlled using the SteelSeries Engine Software which is pretty intuitive. You can also sync the RGB lighting with other SteelSeries devices or components that support PrismSync. It comes with gaming features such as N-Key Roll Over with 100% Anti-Ghosting, Windows Key Lock, and Real-time Discord lighting notifications. So, if you are looking for an RGB mechanical keyboard with solid construction quality and plenty of features, then it will not disappoint you.
|SteelSeries Apex M750 RGB Mechanical Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size (104 keys)|
|Switch Type||SteelSeries QX2 RGB switch|
|Software Support||Yes (SteelSeries Engine Software)|
|Features||Real-time Discord lighting notifications, Dynamic per-key RGB lighting, 5000 Series aluminum alloy frame, PrismSync Synchronization support, N-Key Roll Over with 100% Anti-Ghosting|
[Looks Amazing, Great RGB Lighting & Features]
HyperX Alloy Elite RGB is a beautiful and stylish RGB mechanical keyboard that comes with tons of features and fancy RGB lighting effects. In addition to the RGB lighting on the keycaps, the keyboard sports a unique RGB light bar on the top that looks amazing. The keyboard comes with Cherry MX Brown, Blue or Red switches to choose from. On the top of the panel, you will get dedicated media buttons, a windows lock button, an LED brightness button, and a large volume wheel.
The build quality of the keyboard is great and it uses a solid steel frame that provides rigidity and sturdiness. It also includes a soft-touch wrist rest for providing the utmost comfort during long gaming sessions. The RGB lighting on the keyboard can be controlled and customized using HyperX NGenuity software, which is also used to configure Macros and storing profiles. You will also get a USB pass-through port for hooking up your mouse, headset, USB flash drive, or any other low-power USB device. The keyboard also includes six colored textured keycaps (WASD & 1234) for providing extra convenience during gaming. The USB cable is braided but is non-detachable. Overall, an excellent RGB mechanical gaming keyboard that has all the things you need, and is definitely one of the best RGB mechanical keyboards around.
|HyperX Alloy Elite RGB Mechanical Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size|
|Switch Type||Cherry MX Brown/Blue/Red|
|Software Support||Yes (HyperX NGenuity software)|
|Features||Unique light bar and dynamic RGB lighting effects, Dedicated Media buttons and Volume wheel, USB 2.0 pass-through, Detachable Soft-touch Wrist Rest, Dedicated media buttons and large volume wheel, Onboard Memory for storing profiles & customization, Macro support, Solid steel frame, Braided USB Cable, Windows key lock button|
Full size but minimalist RGB mechanical keyboard from Cooler Master. It comes with Cherry MX Blue/Brown/Red switches to choose from. For gaming, I would suggest Reds and Browns, and for Typists, Blues are the way to go. The keycaps on this keyboard feel great and are of good quality. The body of the keyboard is made of plastic, but it is sturdy, and it also features a metal backplate for providing stability to the mechanical switches. The RGB lighting, profiles, and macros can be customized on-the-fly or by using the Cooler Master software.
The keyboard comes with features such as N-key rollover with anti-ghosting, FN multimedia shortcuts, and an adjustable polling rate. The USB cable is braided and detachable, which comes in very handy during portability, and the braiding provides extra protection from pets, rodents, or abrasion. Overall, a simple yet classy-looking RGB mechanical keyboard for gaming and typing. A Tenkeyless variant of this keyboard is also available with the same specs but without a numeric pad, and you can check it out too from the link given below.
|Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L RGB Keyboard Specifications|
|Form Factor||Full Size|
|Switch Type||Cherry MX Blue/Brown/Red|
|Software Support||Yes (Cooler Master Software)|
|Features||On-the-Fly system for RGB & Macros, N-key rollover with anti-ghosting, Macros & profiles support, Detachable Braided USB Cable, Metal backplate, FN multimedia shortcuts|
Logitech is a very popular brand, which is known for its keyboards and mice worldwide, but it does not offer that much variety when it comes to mechanical keyboards. However, it does have some good mechanical gaming keyboards under its belt including the Logitech G Pro RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. This is a compact tenkeyless mechanical keyboard that is slimmer than other mechanical keyboards from other brands. The keyboard comes with its own proprietary Romer-G switches that are relatively faster than standard mechanical switches, because of its lower actuation point (1.5mm). They are also very responsive, requiring an actuation force of 45g, and have a lifespan of 70 million keystrokes. Another great thing about these switches is that the RGB lighting on the switches & keycaps looks more pronounced because the RGB LED sits in the center of the switch and has no obstruction between the keycap and the LED.
The build quality of the keyboard is very good and the steel backplate gives the keyboard extra rigidity and stability during intense gameplay. As it is a gaming-grade keyboard, so it has features like 26-Key Rollover & Anti-Ghosting, Function Key Macros, Game Mode (Windows key lock), and Keystroke Signal Processing (KSP), which is Logitech’s proprietary technology that improves the response time of key actuation to USB signal by 10ms. Other features include Three step angle adjustments (0, 4, or 8 degrees) and a Detachable USB cable. It supports Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X 10.10 or later operating systems.
|Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Specifications|
|Switch Type||Logitech Romer-G|
|Software Support||Yes (Logitech Gaming Software)|
|Features||26-Key Rollover & Anti-Ghosting, Three-Step Angle Adjustment, Windows Key Lock (Game Mode), Detachable USB Cable, Function Key Macros, Slimmer design, Logitech G LIGHTSYNC technology, Keystroke Signal Processing (KSP), Steel backplate|
A compact tenkeyless RGB gaming mechanical gaming keyboard that is eSports certified. The keyboard comes with Razer Green / Orange mechanical switches that are rated for 80 million keystrokes lifespan. The green switch is tactile and clicky, just like Cherry MX Blue, but is more responsive and faster, because it requires less actuation force of 50G and also has a lower actuation point (1.9mm). The orange switch is a tactile and silent switch like the Cherry MX Brown but has a lower actuation point of 1.9mm. The RGB lighting on the keyboards looks amazing, which is powered by Razer Chroma and can be synced with other Razer Chroma devices.
The build quality of the keyboard is good, but it has all-plastic construction. The keyboard supports Razer Synapse software that allows for RGB customization and Macro recording. A soft-touch removable Wrist Rest is also provided with the keyboard, which is very ergonomic and provides sufficient comfort during long hours of gameplay. The gaming features include 10 key roll-over anti-ghosting, the game mode (windows keylock), and its Instant Trigger Technology (ITT), which eliminates the debounce delay of a mechanical switch press, and provides an immediate signal response to the system whenever a key is pressed. The USB cable that comes along with the keyboard is braided and detachable. So, if you are into intensive gaming and want a compact and fancy gaming mechanical keyboard then you will not be disappointed at all.
Note: This keyboard is also available in a Quartz Pink color that looks cool too, and definitely a favorite for girls.
|Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2 Specifications|
|Switch Type||Razer Green / Orange|
|Software Support||Yes (Razer Synapse)|
|Features||Ergonomic wrist rest (Soft-touch), Razer Chroma customizable RGB backlighting, 10 key roll-over anti-ghosting, Gaming mode option, Instant Trigger Technology (ITT), Detachable braided fiber USB cable with cable strap, Fully programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording, 80 million keystrokes lifespan|
Other RGB Mechanical Keyboards under $150
Some other good RGB mechanical keyboards that you can find for under 150 dollars.
Best RGB Mechanical Keyboards at around 150 dollars
Here are some best RGB mechanical keyboards that are around 150 dollars price range. Sometimes they may cost you under 150 dollars, depending on the deal. So, do check them out too.
- Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard [Cherry MX Brown]
- Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 RAPIDFIRE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard [Cherry MX Speed]
- Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 RAPIDFIRE Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard
- Razer BlackWidow Elite: Esports Gaming Keyboard
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Well, in the end, I would like to say that RGB LED lighting is a feature that may not appeal to everyone, but most gamers do like to have all that fancy lighting for their system, and in my opinion, it looks pretty cool. It can also prove very handy in gaming when you want to specify different colors to different keys for specific functions. Also, RGB mechanical keyboards have become very affordable too, and they just cost a little extra compared to their non-RGB variant with single-color LEDs. Above, I have listed some of the best RGB mechanical keyboards that you can get right now, and if you have any queries regarding them, then you can ask them in the comment section below.
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