Cherry's new low-profile switches for gaming keyboards and laptops maintain the company’s distinct feel despite low travel.
The Razer New BlackWidow Ultimate feels comfortable and performs well, and its water resistance is a potentially useful new feature.
The Razer Tartarus V2 can be useful for high-level MMO players, with easily programmable buttons, but its benefits are mild for most gamers.
The Razer Cynosa offers decent membrane performance for the price, but you should spring for a mechanical keyboard if you can.
The HyperX Alloy FPS is a straightforward, functional peripheral with excellent mechanical switches and no software to bog things down.
The G613 is the very first wireless gaming keyboard from a major manufacturer, and it gets much more right than wrong.
The Alienware AW568 is a workable, if bland, peripheral with a few attractive aesthetic touches and a few notable drawbacks.
The BenQ Zowie Celeritas II has impressively rapid keys, but it's brought down by a bland design and incomplete features.
With responsive keys and a streamlined design, the SteelSeries Apex M750 is worth considering if you’re looking into the tournament scene.
The HyperX Alloy Elite has a spacious design, authentic Cherry MX keys, dedicated media controls and an interface that requires no software.
The Corsair K68 mechanical keyboard is dustproof and splash-resistant, making it ideal for messy gamers.
The inexpensive Logitech G413 features comfortable key switches and an attractive design, although it’s not very customizable.
For times when space is at a premium, either at a convention or in your home, the Logitech G Pro absolutely nails the small keyboard design.
The BlackWidow Chroma V2 is an attractive gaming keyboard with comfortable keys and some helpful extra features.
The Cherry MX Board Silent aims to reduce noise while offering comfortable, responsive keys, but you'll pay a lot for the privilege.
Read this guide to find out which ergonomic keyboards are the most comfortable, the most compact and the most colorful.
The Das Keyboard 5Q has the unique ability to connect to just about any API online and display notifications right on the peripheral.
The comfortable Razer Ornata can type and play with ease, but its hybrid membrane/mechanical keys aren't for everyone.
Here's what you need to play Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare at your best, whether you're looking for a new gaming PC or the most shooter-friendly mice and keyboards out there.
With unsatisfying membrane keys, features of questionable usefulness, a huge profile and an exorbitant price, the Skeltr is a tough sell.
The Logitech G213 Prodigy is colorful and comprehensive, but it's still expensive for something that feels like a standard office keyboard.
Rosewill's RK-9000 V2 RGB gaming keyboard displays animations and millions of colors, but has no special software and works with any OS.
The Razer Turret isn't a perfect solution for living-room PC gaming, but its great wireless performance and easy lap placement make it a viable one.
The Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire may be the most full-featured e-sports keyboard on the market, with responsive switches and amazing lighting.
The SteelSeries Apex M500’s intelligent physical design and comfortable keys offer an attractive prospect to eSports aficionados.
The Rapidfire line of mechanical keyboards are the first to feature Cherry MX Speed key switches, which are 40 percent faster than standard Cherry MX switches.
The Lenovo Y Gaming Keyboard sports decent keys and good macro features, but it's dragged down by pointless lighting, limited software and an obnoxious design.
The Logitech G610 Orion doesn't offer a ton of options, but what's there is clean, functional and excellent for both typing and gaming.
The Razer BlackWidow X Chroma has responsive mechanical switches, great software and solid performance, but its unique design can make typing a challenge.
A flaw known as MouseJack can be used to hijack many wireless devices, using a $15 radio transceiver and a minimum of engineering knowledge.