The Impact 700 keyboard has a sleek and sturdy steel design and plays games well, but it's pricey compared to the competition.
While the SteelSeries Apex M800 is too sensitive for everyday tasks, it's worth picking up if you want tournament-level competitive FPS play.
We played with an update to the Ginger keyboard app for Android that lets you play games or scan news headlines while you're waiting to get a reply in your favorite messaging app.
Trickey, a new Kickstarter campaign, offers a fully customizable keyboard with as few or as many keys as you want.
The Das Keyboard 4C Ultimate is stylish and minimalist, but doesn't offer enough unique features for its asking price.
The Corsair Gaming K70, Logitech G910 Orion Spark and Razer BlackWidow Chroma are excellent keyboards; choosing among them may be difficult.
The CM STorm NovaTouch TKL has a clever underlying premise, but this membrane and mechanical keyboard combo doesn't score.
While there are decent membrane keyboards on the market, if you're an average typist or a core gamer, you're better off going mechanical.
Power users who don't mind a bit of a learning curve will appreciate the capabilities of the Fleksy Keyboard for iOS.
If you want more keys than you can shake a joystick at, along with pretty lights, the SteelSeries Apex is a very good choice.
The K70 RGB is one of the best gaming keyboards available, offering a plethora of lighting options and solid performance in a sleek design.
The Razer Anansi boasts a smart size, sleek design and excellent in-game performance — and a large price tag.
The Keyboardio keyboard puts critical controls at a user's thumbs and aligns the keys in a way that should reduce stress to the fingers.
The Logitech G19s is a solid keyboard with great software, but it has an LCD screen of questionable use and a high price, making it hard to recommend.
Logitech's Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 can switch between any three devices at-will, such as a computer, a smartphone and a tablet.
The Raptor K40 is a decent keyboard with a cool lighting gimmick, but it's hard to think of any reason to spend $80 for it.
The Razer Deathstalker will suit all of your gaming needs, but you could just as easily get a similar chiclet keyboard for much less money.
The Logitech G105 has a pleasant design and decent macro functionality, but it's not much better than a standard office keyboard.
If you can do without bells and whistles, the Poseidon ZX is a quality keyboard at a much lower price than some of its nearest competitors.
With features sure to appeal to a variety of gamers, the BlackWidow Ultimate is one of the best all-around gaming keyboards on the market.
The Rosewill RGB80 is a solid tenkeyless gaming keyboard with good performance and fun lighting effects.
For a comfortable keyboard with an attractive design and a robust feature set, the Corsair Vengeance K70 is tough to beat.
The Roccat Ryos MK Pro is a good keyboard with slick lighting and versatile software, but it's a bit too expensive.
The Corsair Vengeance K95 keyboard is a good choice for PC gamers with a lot of desk space and a predilection for high-level MMO play.