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We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in keyboards.

Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming keyboard review

Logitech built a new compact mechanical keyboard for pro eSports athletes with loads of speed and customization features. But can it compete in the arena? See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Logitech K780 Review

  • Supports up to the three devices
  • Smart device stand holds two or more mobile…
  • Attractive old-style appearance
  • Comes with USB dongle for computers without…
  • Lacks NUM lock and caps lock status indicators
  • Keys are not backlit
Our Score 8

Aukey KM-G3 Review

  • Futuristic, simplistic design
  • No software needed for customization
  • Awesome illumination and effects
  • Removable key caps
  • No removable USB cable
  • Uses cheaper Outemu Blue RGB switches
Our Score 7

Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming keyboard Review

  • Quick keystroke responses
  • Semi-quiet keystrokes
  • On-board memory for storing custom profiles
  • Per-key RGB illumination supporting 16.8 million…
  • Detachable USB cable for better transportation
  • Macro assignment limited to Function keys
  • No additional USB pass-thru ports
  • No media keys
Our Score 9

Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard Review

  • Elegant look and feel
  • Well-constructed
  • Easy to pair and use
  • Three-year warrantee
  • Three-month battery life
  • Somewhat pricy
  • No carrying case
  • No stand for holding mobile device upright
Our Score 7

Logitech G213 Prodigy Review

  • Tall key travel
  • Spill-resistant design
  • Membrane design limits functionality
  • Flimsy construction
  • Little money saved over mechanical keyboards
  • Splotchy backlighting
Our Score 4

Steelseries Apex M500 Review

  • Understated design
  • Genuine Cherry MX red keys
  • Bright backlighting
  • Excellent software
  • Limited cable routing options
  • Plastic cover makes it hard to clean
  • Only available with Cherry MX keys
Our Score 6

Razer Turret Review

  • Stylish and compact design
  • Main keyboard deck stays rigid during couch…
  • Vertical recharging base is convenient
  • Keyboard lacks media keys
  • No backlighting for the keyboard
  • Poor wireless range without use of USB extension
  • Mouse has low DPI optical sensor
  • High price
Our Score 4

Razer Blackwidow X Chroma Review

  • Improved, exposed metal keyboard deck
  • New cable routing system
  • More readable key font
  • Multiple key switch options, including Cherry MX…
  • Reasonable pricing
  • No detachable USB cable
  • Non-standard bottom key row
  • Razer-branded key switches have slight rattle
Our Score 8