Top 5 Best Keyboards to use for Gaming in 2022

Listed below are our picks for the best gaming keyboards in 2022. Have your pick!

Top 5 keyboards for gaming in 2022

Have you been looking for a new keyboard for your setup? Do you want to simply upgrade and play your games at another level?Or are you just a keyboard enthusiast like us?

Either way, we are sure this list of keyboards will definitely help you out in terms of searching for YOUR next keyboard so read on!

Top 5 Best Keyboards for Gaming in 2022

Corsair K95 RGB

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The Corsair K95 Keyboard

Corsair is already a very established brand in the world of gaming and one of the best in terms of gaming peripherals. From their mice, to headsets, to their keyboards, everything they make is top-notch.

In a similar fashion, the Corsiar K95 is a full size 100% keyboard which comes in at INR 17,099 featuring a full metal body, 6 macro keys, Media controls with Cherry MX Speed switches and of course, an attached wrist rest to make sure your hands are comfortable during those long gaming sessions.

SteelSeries Apex 7

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SteelSeries Apex 7

Next on our list is the SteelSeries Apex 7 which comes from yet another reputable brand which has made it’s presence known worldwide by producing peripherals of untouchable quality.

The SteelSeries Apex 7 is yet another 100% full size keyboard that comes at a price of INR 15,999 which also has a fully aluminium metal body along with Red switches which are linear hence making lesser sound and being quicker in general. The board also comes with a small dedicated OLED display which is fully customisable. The Apex 7 also comes with a magnetic wrist rest which can be attached to detached as per your convenience.

Logitech G PRO TKL

Logitech G PRO Keyboard
Logitech G PRO TKL

Next comes the Logitech G PRO TKL which was designed while keeping esports professionals in mind. The small form factor of being an 85% layout makes sure that you get enough mouse space to hit those flick shots while not being disrupted by your keyboard.

The G PRO TKL comes in at INR 9995 featuring GX Blue switches which are known for being clicky giving you the classical mechanical feel. It also has a detachable USB C cable which makes it really portable if you want to take it somewhere. you can also program the function keys to perform as macros giving you a plethora of opportunities in terms of ease of work.

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HyperX Alloy Origins Core TKL

HyperX Alloy Core Keyboard
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Coming in hot we have the HyperX Alloy Origins Core TKL which is, as the name suggests, a Tenkeyless making it a 85% layout which allows for the same mouse space as the G PRO for flicking.

The Alloy Origins Core will put you back approximately INR 17,750 but with a full aluminium build, Linear Red switches, and the same macro customisations as the G PRO. The HyperX also allows you to have a per-key RGB customisation giving you a lot more freedom for customisation.

Keychron K2-V2

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Keychron K2-V2

The last keyboard on our list, though not at the lowest end, is the Keychron K2-V2. Keychrons isn’t a company that you might have heard of but they are infamous in the mechanical keyboard community for making amazing quality products at a low price.

The K2-V2 is by far the most customisable board in the lineup in this article. You will get a choice of switches between Linear Reds, Clicky Blues, and Tactile Browns. The keyboard also supports both, wired and wireless methods of inputs by the switch of a button. You can even choose whether or not you want an RGB backlight, an RGB backlight with aluminium plating, or simply a white backlight without any RGB in the keyboard.

The best part? You’ll be charged based upon the choices you make in terms of customisations. The K2-V2 will set you back anywhere from INR 6899 to INR 7999 depending on your customisations.

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