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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.

Razer BlackWidow X Chroma review

The BlackWidow X takes the “less is more” route, removing the plastic case on the standard BlackWidow to show the attractive metal underneath. It’s a surprising tactic for Razer, but it works. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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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

Cougar Attack X3 gaming keyboard Review

  • Authentic Cherry MX switches
  • Long braided cord
  • Noticeable wobble in the board
  • Non-standard bottom row layout
  • Poor backlighting legibility
  • Limited reprogramming options
Our Score 4

Razer Deathstalker Chroma Review

  • Sturdy build
  • Attractive
  • Keys take a light touch
  • Lacks dedicated gaming/media keys
  • Stripped-down Chroma is underwhelming
  • Bundled software isn’t intuitive
Our Score 6

Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard Remote Review

  • Excellent step-by-step instructions on Harmony app…
  • Connectivity options ensure flexibility
  • Works with wide range of devices
  • Keyboard is great for text input
  • Supports Philips Hue lights
  • Requires a smartphone or tablet to set up
  • Trackpad won’t work with some entertainment…
  • Takes up space on any living room table
Our Score 8

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Review

  • Encourages proper posture
  • Modular number pad design
  • One USB dongle connects the entire bundle
  • Expensive
  • Some media keys don't work consistently
  • USB Adapter sticks out too far
Our Score 8

Logitech K400 Review

  • Perfect size for couch use
  • Lightweight
  • Inexpensive
  • Cheap plastic construction
  • Touchpad feels small
Our Score 8

Roccat Isku and Kone+ Review

  • Terrific programming features
  • Linked keyboard and mouse
  • Special-purpose keys
  • Labels on keyboard are difficult to read
  • Glossy keyboard finish is easy to mar
  • Mouse is too large for small hands
Our Score 8

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 5000 Review

  • Very good tactile feedback
  • Comfortable
  • Lots of programmable buttons
  • Oversized USB dongle
  • Too-small Function keys
  • No index option for mouse scroll wheel
Our Score 7.5