The Cooler Master CK720 is a simple, entry-level hot-swap mechanical keyboard.
Keychron is moving into gaming keyboard territory with the Lemokey L3 — a wireless mechanical TKL keyboard whose sole claim to gaming prowess is 2.4-GHz wireless connectivity.
SignalRGB hardware agnostic RGB control and sync software manages a huge wall of 96 keyboards, coaxing them to act as a single expansive display.
Whether you’re gaming from the couch, writing a book on the road, or you just want a clutter-free desk, these are the best wireless keyboards we've tested.
Cheery has launched its new MX2A switches, which have gone through a significant redesign and will debut in the Cherry XTRFY K5V2 keyboard.
Razer’s first hot-swappable keyboard features tactile mechanical switches and a gasket-mounted PCB, plus a polling rate of up to 8,000 Hz.
Typesticks feature silicon standoffs so you can place any keyboard on top of the pre-installed laptop deck.
The Corsair K70 Max RGB comes with all of the bells and whistles its older sibling shipped with. However, the K70 Max RGB features magnetic switches that are incredibly smooth and highly adjustable.
8BitDo is launching its first mechanical keyboard, inspired by the classic NES and Famicom consoles — it even comes with two giant Super Buttons.
Asus’s new ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless is a sturdily-built hot-swappable mechanical gaming keyboard with sound-dampening foam and “refined” linear switches.
You use your keyboard every day — it’s bound to get a little grubby. Give it a regular clean to keep it in tip-top condition.
The Vulcan II is a beautiful full-size wired keyboard with smooth mechanical linear switches and gorgeous per-key RGB lighting.
Cherry is making it easier for the masses to sample their keyswitches, and buy bundles for projects.
Fingerpunch has made a beautiful set of PCBs for custom split ergonomic keyboards that rely on dual RP2040 processors.