Corsair K55 RGB - Best budget gaming keyboard
Price: £45 | Supplier: Overclockers.co.uk
The Corsair K55 RGB cuts its cost by opting for rubber membrane keyswitches rather than more expensive mechanical keyswitches. Otherwise it offers a premium design, RGB backlighting, programmable keys and great value.
HyperX Alloy FPS Pro - Best budget mechanical keyboard
Price: £61 | Supplier: Amazon.co.uk
You miss out on a numpad and any extra features, but that's the price you pay for spending so little on a mechanical keyboard. Otherwise, the excellent quality Cherry MX keys, smart design, removable USB cable and incredibly low price make this a great, compact keyboard option for those that want a reliable, long-lasting typing experience.
Corsair K68 RGB - Best mechanical gaming keyboard
Price: £110 | Supplier: Ebuyer.com
The Corsair K68 RGB forgoes the metal top of the company's more expensive models but still retains a smart design and includes spill resistance. RGB lighting, excellent Corsair software and a decent price make it a great option.
Corsair K70 Mk.2 Low Profile - Best premium mechanical gaming keyboard
Price: £150 | Supplier: Scan.co.uk
One of the chief complaints many users have regarding conventional mechanical keyswitch keyboards is the height of the keys. The Cherry MX low-profile keys in the Corsair K70 Mk.2 Low Profile solve this problem and also make for an even tidier, smarter-looking keyboard than the rest of Corsair's range.
Corsair K95 RGB Platinum - Best mechanical MMO gaming keyboard
Price: £170 | Supplier: Scan.co.uk
The Corsair K95 Platinum boosts its gaming and particularly its MMO credentials by featuring a string of extra gaming keys down the left side of the keyboard. Extra keys are nothing new in gaming keyboards, but many mechanical keyboards now skip this feature. Add in the premium design, RGB backlighting and excellent Corsair software and you're onto a winner.
Razer Huntsman Elite - Best luxury gaming keyboard
Price: £189 | Supplier: Scan.co.uk
The Huntsman Elite features mechanical keyswithces that are activated by a light beam being broken rather than a metal contact, as in most switches. This means they don't require any debounce delay so you get a faster response. Add in the fantastic design - including clever RGB lighting that wraps around the magnetically-attached wrist rest - and you have a superb, if pricey keyboard.