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.
The Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2016 is an impressive, reasonably priced keyboard with a comfortable configuration and helpful software.
The Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum offers a comfortable design and colorful lighting, but the software needs a little work.
The ultimate hacking keyboard has no numpad, no function keys and no problem splitting in half to provide a more comfortable conformation.
While it could use a few more bells and whistles, the Strafe is an impressive mechanical keyboard with excellent in-game performance.
The Razer BlackWidow Chroma is a great keyboard overall and an easy recommendation for gamers in almost every genre.
With its low price, innovative keys and simple setup, the Impact 100 is the best membrane gaming keyboard around.
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.
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 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.