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If you're a gamer, you take your choice of keyboard very seriously, and you want the best mechanical keyboard possible for your budget.

Mechanical keyboards have become increasingly popular in recent years both for their aesthetic and functional qualities. The feeling you get from typing on mechanical keys is simply unique, and as an E-sports warrior, you also get a number of performance enhancing benefits from a great mechanical keyboard. There really is no reason why you shouldn't have the best mechanical keyboard to take your gaming to the next level. 

Here at Peek&Co we understand that. We've scoured hundreds of product reviews to find the best mechanical keyboards on the market today, and ranked them based on a number of criteria including quality, performance, and features. 

The table below lists the keyboards, their rankings, and where to find them. Scroll down further to find our in-depth guides for each of our choices for best mechanical keyboard with descriptions, images, pros and cons. 

2017 Update: 2 mechanical keyboards gone, and one new addition to our list for the best mechanical keyboards. The Madcatz S.T.R.I.K.E and Tesoro Lobero have been bumped and the Havit 366L has been added as our best budget option. Read on below for more!

Reasons To Buy A Mechanical Keyboard

1. Mechanical Keyboard Quality

Mechanical gaming keyboards are extremely durable and meant for use beyond the lifespan of a typical membrane keyboard. Depending on which gaming keyboard you buy, the keys could be rated for tens of millions of keypresses.

Another great thing about mechanical keyboards is that they're easy to clean and maintain. Since the switches are mechanical, the keys pop off and go back on easily. Lost keys and bent scissor switches are replaced in seconds so you don't have to throw your keyboard in the trash can.

2. Mechanical Keyboard Switches

When it comes to finding the best mechanical keyboard, you need to know a little about key switches first. There are a ton of switches available on the market today, and each will give you a different typing experience.

Unlike hard drives, the word “mechanical” is a good thing when speaking about keyboards. Standard keyboards have keys that are mounted above a rubber dome. When a key is pressed, it comes into contact with the rubber dome which registers the command to the computer.

Mechanical keyboards use keys with individual key switches and metal springs. The mechanical keys deliver stronger feedback and can be louder. They also are more precise. Some types of mechanical key switches are faster for gaming than others because they do not have to be pressed down as far.

For a very detailed explanation of mechanical switches, see the article by Anson Wong of PC Gamer.

Cherry MX Switches

That being said most good mechanical keyboards use Cherry MX switches. Each Cherry key switch has a different color, corresponding to varying levels of clickiness, tactileness, and sensitivity. For example, the red switch is meant for gaming and has the lowest actuation force. This means its easier to activate a bunch of keys in quick succession. 

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Actuation refers to the force required to activate the key switch. It is measured in centi-Newtons (cN) or grams (g). Linear key switches provide no additional feedback, tactile key switches provide a bump feeling when activated and clicky key switches provide a louder than normal audible click in addition to a tactile bump feeling when activated.

Anti-ghosting

Keyboard ghosting occurs when users press a combination of keys in quick succession and the computer does not recognize them. This can happen in a gaming situation where a user needs to press a combination of keys to perform a move in the game such as a jump-and-roll-left.

You can test your keyboard for ghosting and get more detail about ghosting by visiting this page of the Microsoft website.

Anti-ghosting is a selling point for many gaming keyboard manufacturers use, and most have N-key rollover as a core feature, which refers to how many keys can be pressed simultaneously and still be recognized by the computer.

While anti-ghosting won't define the best mechanical keyboard, it's worth considering when making your decision. 

3. Mechanical Keyboard Customization

Mechanical keyboards have a number of different customization options beyond even the type of key. For example, the best mechanical keyboard might have swappable keycaps, which allows you to change the keys whenever you want, and swap them out for others that feature molded sculpting, texturing for better tactile control, or differently colored plastic. It all depends on your preference and the games you will be playing.

Beyond that, some of the best mechanical keyboards have added features like macro command customization and dedicated macro keys, which are especially useful for gamers. 

The ability to program keys may be the most valuable but least exciting aspect of mechanical gaming keyboards. Gamers can use software included with a gaming keyboard to assign actions to keys they use not just in games but also for Windows applications. It also is possible to record macros with the software and set up keyboard profiles for different games and programs such as Photoshop.


Keyboards are listed in NO particular order. Each of them is the best in their specific class.

Best Mechanical Keyboard #1:
Corsair Vengeance K70 - The Gamer's Keyboard

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  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes
  • Programmable keys: Yes

Features of The Corsair Vengeance K70

The Corsair Vengeance K70 comes with a machined aluminum base that makes it look as though the keys are hovering above the black anodized aluminum deck. This really gives the Corsair Vengeance K70 an awesome industrial look.

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The K70 features a full keyboard including a 10-key num pad. Like most mechanical keyboards, the K70 comes with media controls (Play, Pause, Stop and Forward/Back buttons), but also has a roller knob for volume which I thought was a nice touch.

Since most gamers will be using the WASD and numbers 1 through 6 quite often, the K70 keyboard features swappable keycaps that have a sculpted ergonomic and textured surface.

The K70 also features a detachable wrist rest with a soft-touch rubberized finish that runs the full length of the keyboard, and helps with wrist-support. 

There a variety of switches available including Cherry MX Blue, Cherry MX Red, and Cherry MX Brown switches, and it’s really up to you to decide which switches to go with.

The best advice I can give here is to try the switches before you buy since that might be the difference between a great mechanical keyboard and the best mechanical keyboard.  

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The K70 features per-key backlighting and is connected through a USB 2.0 Y-cable, which allows for a USB pass-through connection on the keyboard.

It also features a sliding switch on the back of the keyboard which allows you to adjust the polling rates. Most users will leave this untouched at 1 millisecond for faster response times.

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Do note that the Corsair gaming software is Windows only (Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP). 

Performance

All in all, the K70 is a well-built gaming keyboard, featuring premium construction and game-friendly features like swappable keycaps, high-quality mechanical switches, and programmable key illumination.

The Cherry Red keys are incredibly responsive, allowing for fast, accurate typing, while the soft-touch surface of the keys provide a solid grip. 

The key backlighting and labeling is outstanding, so you'll be fine in any lighting condition. The backlighting on the multimedia keys is somewhat weak, but this is a relatively small point. 

If you're in the market for the best mechanical keyboard in terms of performance and appearance, there are few better options than the Corsair K70. It is beautifully made and looks great with the dark black and red styling. The K70 performs superbly as both a gaming and typing tool. It also doesn't hurt that for a mechanical keyboard it is priced very well.

PROS:
  • Premium look and feel thanks to aluminium top
  • Contoured keycaps actually work while gaming
  • Mechanical switches offer great typing experience
  • Can choose switch type and colour
  • Keys have nice, grippy soft-touch finish

CONS:
  • No dedicated gaming 'G' keys
  • Contoured keys don't have secondary function labels
  • Keys aren't noise dampened

Overall Rating:


Best Mechanical Keyboard #2:
Cooler Master Quick Fire Rapid i - Compact and Powerful

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  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes
  • Programmable keys: No

Features of the Cooler Master Quick Fire Rapid-i

The CM Quick Fire Rapid-i is one of the best compact mechanical keyboards you can buy.

Each key can be lit individually thanks to the LEDs that are built into the Cherry MX Blue switches. If you don't like the blues, and want something quieter, the Rapid-i is also available in MX Brown key switches. 

The Rapid-i features a compact design that has no ten-key numeric pad. Depending on how you look at it thats either a positive or a negative. The great thing about the compact design is that it makes it easy to slip into a bag for traveling - so if you want to save on space this is the best mechanical keyboard for you. 

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The board features five brightness settings for the white LED backlighting and five modes.

You can light the keys up as you type, have them slowly fade to black after typing, make them pulse, light the entire keyboard, only light the W, A, S, D and arrow keys, and even light the row and column of the key you are typing.

That's a lot of options, especially for a non-RGB keyboard. ​

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These lighting modes will need to be configured manually, but you won't have to download any extra software since they are managed by an on-board 32-bit ARM processor. This is great for switching systems since you won't have to worry about reinstalling software or having an active internet connection.

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We noticed right away the Rapid-i looks and feels like a high quality keyboard. The soft-touch finish, the simple semi-gloss on the keycaps. All the little things that add up to a great keyboard. 

Performance

Overall the Cooler Master Quick Fire Rapid-i features a compact and solid design with great backlighting. The keyboard functions well, and the only problem you might face is the lack of a a numeric pad. The Rapid-i is a very well made—if otherwise basic—gaming keyboard, and it proves to be one of the best mechanical keyboards for typing and doing day to day tasks.

PROS:
  • Solid construction
  • Multiple lighting modes
  • No extra software needed
  • Cherry MX switches

CONS:
  • No USB ports on the keyboard
  • No backlight color options
  • No num-pad

Overall Rating:


Best Mechanical Keyboard #3:
Roccat Ryos MK Pro - Macros and More Macros

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  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes, but only blue
  • Programmable keys: Yes

Features of The Roccat Ryos MK Pro

The Ryos MK Pro is a great mechanical gaming keyboard for most professional and amateur gamers. The keyboard itself is sleek black with blue backlighting behind each key. There are a number of programmable macro keys that allow you to truly customize your gameplay for blazing fast controls.

The first thing you'll notice about the ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro gaming keyboard is its massive proportions. One of the largest keyboards on the market, the MK Pro comes in at 51cm wide by 23.5cm tall (20" by 9.25").

The MK Pro also features keycaps with a smudge-resistant finish, which we found to reduce fingerprints and other blemishes, and also has an extra-wide wrist rest. 

There are a ton of macro options on this keyboard across its 8 dedicated macro keys; five on the left-hand edge of the keyboard, numbered M1-M5, and three "thumbster buttons" (T1-T3) located just below the spacebar. You can set up macros tied to any letter on the keyboard, and activate them with Roccat's Easy-Shift[+] key.

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Like most other mechanical keyboards, The Ryos MK Pro comes in in a variety of switches including Cherry MX Blue, Red, and Brown switches.

The MK Pro is wired and connects through a USB Y-cable located in the back. The keyboard's cable is about six feet long and has braided sheathing to prevent annoying tangles. The model also features pass-through connections for two USB 2.0 ports, and also adds another level of convenience through headphone and microphone ports. 

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The backlighting is perhaps the most important and notable feature of the Ryos MK Pro. Every key, including the thumb macro keys, are backlit by blue LEDs. You can choose to light the keys manually, or use one of the many available backlighting presets.

There are also options for illuminating specific keys based on in-game controls and macros, so you can have the MK Pro flash as a damage indicator, or even light up from left to right as a health gauge.

These options can all be configured through the included Roccat software. The control panel might seem overwhelming at first, but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty straightforward and easy to use.

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In the key assignment tab, the user can assign the primary and secondary function of every key on the keyboard, and there is also a built in macro manager for programming macros.

The good news is there are a ton of pre-programmed macros provided with the software, which might save you some time, but unfortunately the macro recording software is not very sophisticated.

The keyboard works with Windows (XP/Vista/7/8/10), but you're out of luck if you have a Mac or Linux-based build since the drivers are incompatible.

Performance

The Ryos MK Pro is one of the best, if not the best mechanical keyboard for gamers. The sheer amount of customization tools and craftsmanship that go into this keyboard make it one of the best for pure gaming performance. Unfortunately, its not really practical to travel with, and the large size might turn some non-gamers off. 

The high price tag associated with Roccat, and the strongly FPS-focused layout are other downsides that one should consider. 

PROS:
  • Smudge-reducing finish
  • Dozens of programmable options with customizable lighting modes
  • Individually backlit keys
  • Cherry MX switches

CONS:
  • Blue is your only choice for backlight
  • Built-in wrist rest is bulky, can't be removed
  • High price tag

Overall Rating:


Best Mechanical Keyboard #4:
The Das Keyboard 4 Pro - All Around Quality

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  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes
  • Programmable keys: Yes

Features of the Das Keyboard 4 Pro

Das Keyboard makes some of the best mechanical keyboards around. They have a very loyal and passionate following among mechanical keyboard enthusiasts, and that's no coincidence. The Das keyboard is a sleek, well designed mechanical keyboard perfect for gamers and typists.

This latest iteration features an anodized aluminum top panel, an underbelly designed to minimize resonance, and a footbar that both raises the board by 4 degrees and acts as a magnetic, detachable straightedge. The board even has a fancy laser-engraved aluminum label.

The aluminum top panel makes for a noticeably sturdier, firmer feel beneath your fingers. The exterior finish on the keyboard is matte block instead of a normal glossy finish. Personally I much prefer this type of finish on a mechanical keyboard.

The Das Keyboard 4 has well made dedicated media controls located just above the number pad. The buttons include Sleep, Mute, Play/Pause, Track Back, and Track Forward, along with a large volume knob.

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Das keyboard media controls

The oversized volume knob, which includes a bezel-cut ring of red aluminium that matches the blood red of the company's logo, in my opinion has to be one of the best looking volume nobs out there.

The Das keyboard also now supports faster USB 3.0 ports, which are worked into the back right edge of the keyboard.

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The Das keyboard uses high-endurance, gold-plated switches. Unfortunately, they are only available in two styles, The Cherry MX Blues and Browns. Both style of switches are tactile, but the blues are a lot more clicky. The Brown switches would be a better option if you are worried about annoying workmates or housemates.

If you were looking for macro keys in your ideal best mechanical keyboard, you won't find any on the Das keyboard. This could be a deal breaker for some, but for those who love the minimalistic design of the Das Keyboard it's a huge plus. 

There is also no way to change the keystroke speed or backlighting, and there isn't even a way to lock the Windows key when gaming. 

Performance:

Overall the Das Keyboard is a mechanical keyboard you would be proud to own. You can just tell by looking at the keyboard that it was made with superior craftsmanship. The board's keycaps are solidly mounted to the switches, the frame feels great. Even the volume knob looks like it was purposefully built to fit the rest of the keyboard. 

This keyboard lacks all the bells and whistles usually found on the other mechanical gaming keyboards on this list, which some people will really like, and others will hate. This might be the only reason why the Das keyboard isn't listed as our best mechanical keyboard.

Personally I think this is the best mechanical keyboard purely based on production quality and performance. 

PROS:
  • Outstanding build quality, aluminum top panel feels very well made
  • Simplistic design
  • Dedicated media buttons are some of the best around
  • Integrated hub now supports USB 3.0

CONS:
  • Expensive
  • No onboard audio ports
  • Inconvenient footbar for angling up keyboard

Overall Rating:


Best Mechanical Keyboard #5:
Logitech G910 Orion Spark - Customizations Galore

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  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes
  • Programmable keys: Yes

Features of The Logitech G910 Orion Spark

The G910 Orion Spark is very similar to the Roccat Ryos MK Pro both in terms of customization and layout. 

The G910 offers a full QWERTY keyboard, a 10-key numeric pad, built-in media controls, and a gaming mode button that disables the Windows key to prevent game-crashing keyboard errors. Unlike the Roccat MK Pro, the G910 has no USB pass-through, but this also means the keyboard connects via a single USB port, reducing cable clutter and leaving other ports on your PC free.

The G910's extra features like the 27 programmable macro keys are definitely aimed at gamers. The great thing about this keyboard is that recording a macro is simple - press the Macro Record button (MR) to begin recording and press it again to end the recording. Really doesn’t get easier than that.

The keyboard features individual key backlighting and has a number of customizable colors. The backlighting can be controlled via the Logitech gaming software which you can download from their website. 

The G910 has unique keycaps, which are almost dish-shaped except the center parts, which are flat to better fit to your finger tips. Most of the keys use this design except the WASD controls and it’s surrounding keys, which are designed slightly different.

This subtly changes the feel of the keys and makes it easier to locate the keys you want without having to glance down (perfect for action packed gaming). Even if you do look down, the WASD and arrow keys are also visually distinguished due to an extra backlit design on the keys.

Romer G switches

When it comes to the G910’s switches, Logitech chose not to use the popular Cherry MX brand. Instead, they use an alternative that is designed and developed in partnership with Japanese supplier Omron.

These new switches are named the Romer-G switches and offer the same audible and tactile feedback as the Cherry switches, but the actual design is different. The keys have better force distribution and centered LED lights to prevent less light leakage around the sides of the keys.

The Romer G switches feel pretty solid compared to the usual Cherry MX switches. The gaming-focused distribution and design of the sculpted keycaps favors the left hand, and keeps your attention centered on the WASD keys. When you need to venture past the left-handed portion of the keyboard, the sculpted keycaps are comfortable and thoughtfully laid out for gaming. 

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Another unique feature to this keyboard is the addition of a smartphone dock built into the top of the keyboard that aims to replace the built-in display of the Logitech G19s. It comes with a free app that works alongside the keyboard and gaming software to provide you with extra information.

It’s a cool concept, but one drawback is it doesn’t offer built-in charging. Come on Logitech...

The app itself lets you monitor PC performance stats (CPU usage, temperature, etc.), and provides some control of Logitech peripherals, freeing up your monitor from another control panel.

We found the app to be pretty hit or miss. The performance readings are OK, but the app only lets most phones display information in Portrait mode while rotation is supported on iOS and Android tablets. Many users have reported that phone displays actually cut off important information.

The app promises some in-game information as well, but it only supports a short list of titles. The best aspect is the peripheral controls, letting you tweak settings for the keyboard or another Logitech mouse from the app.

Performance

Overall the Logitech G910 Orion Spark is a solid mechanical gaming keyboard with some interesting features; however, these are mainly gaming focused. This is not a general typist's keyboard. 

We found that while the G910 does try to differentiate from the rest of the pack (smartphone dock + app, Romer keys, unique key caps), it falls short on a lot of these features, and probably isn't the best mechanical keyboard on this list. If you're in the market for a purely gaming focused keyboard, the Corsair K70 or Roccat Ryos are likely better candidates for best mechanical keyboard. ​

PROS:
  • Unique keycap design is great for gaming
  • Software offers customization, stat tracking, and lighting controls
  • Programmable macro keys
  • Swappable wrist rest

CONS:
  • Asymmetrical keycap layout isn't great for for non-gamers

Overall Rating:


Best Mechanical Keyboard #6:
Razer Blackwidow Chroma - The Classic

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  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes
  • Programmable keys: Yes

Features of The Razer BlackWidow Chroma

Razer’s BlackWidow Chroma adds a new style to the previous BlackWidow, one of the most well known mechanical keyboards specifically targeting gamers. 

One of the key features of the Chroma is that the keys do not use the popular Cherry MX switches. Instead they use Razer-exclusive switches with high actuation, similar to Cherry MX Blue or Green models. The switches are pretty comfortable, but they do lack the feel that the Cherry switches usually give.

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There are also five macro keys built into the far left side of the keyboard, and media player functionalities for the top row of F keys.

Like previous Blackwidow models, the media controls are disappointing. The corresponding function button is nowhere near the controls, so it's quite a challenge to use any of them. Personally I think separate controls would have been better, although I understand Razer was trying to save space.

The macro keys, on the other hand, are well-placed and there's just the right amount of them. 

The Chroma runs on the popular Razer Synapse 2.0 software, which lets gamers record macros, reassign keys, and activate gaming mode so if you accidentally hit the windows key you won’t exit your game. You can also use the software to control the extensive backlighting of the keyboard.

The great thing about Razer Synapse is that the software is intuitive and easy to use. You can create profiles for individual games which is a nice touch, and like the Corsair K70 or the Logitech Orion Spark, you can assign a color to each individual key, or add effects such as a rainbow wave or a pulsing color shift. How's that for the best mechanical keyboard?

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Performance

Overall an awesome mechanical keyboard featuring responsive typing, robust software and just enough macro keys to maintain a compact design. If you want a full-size gaming keyboard and desk space is at a premium, the BlackWidow Chroma is the best mechanical keyboard out there. Just keep in mind the high price point. 

PROS:
  • Excellent backlight coloring and customization
  • Good-quality, responsive keys
  • Great gaming and typing performance
  • Streamlined design

CONS:
  • Expensive
  • Recording macros too difficult

Overall Rating:


Best Mechanical Keyboard #7:

Havit 366L - Best Budget Option

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We recently reviewed the Havitt 366L here, and while it wasn't the greatest mechanical keyboard we've ever used, we thought it was good enough to be mentioned in our 'best of' list. We won't repeat everything in full, but will highlight what we thought were the best and worst features of this keyboard. 

  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes
  • Programmable keys: No

Features of the Havit 366L

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​The Havit 366L has a couple nice features, although nothing that really sets it apart from any of the other mechanical keyboards on the list. You get a number of different pre-programmed lighting options, including rainbow/marquee mode (bunch of colors across the board), breathing (flashes in and out), and solid colors. When I first wrote the review for this mechanical keyboard, I wasn't that impressed, but I've since come to appreciate the number of RGB options you get.

The Havit unfortunately doesn't have any onboard programming options, so if you're an mmorpg player looking to store macros or an FPS player trying to highlight specific areas of your mechanical keyboard with RGB lighting, you won't be able to do that. I would say though - don't let this turn you away from an overall pretty solid mechanical keyboard. 

Performance

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What really makes the Havit 366L shine is its overall build quality and price. As I said in my review and will echo here, this mechanical keyboard just feels solid. The aluminum finished metal backplate, the curved edges, the otemu blue switches (reviewed here in our guide to mechanical switches), everything comes together to give this mechanical keyboard high end quality for an affordable price. 

The only issue I've had so far is with the spacebar, which occasionally 'catches' in the pressed position and requires me to push it again to respond. 

PROS:
  • Excellent backlight coloring 
  • Responsive keys
  • Build quality
  • Price

CONS:
  • Lack of customization options
  • Cherry blue clones

Overall Rating:


Best Mechanical Keyboard #8

Ducky Shine 5 - Our Pick For Best Mechanical Keyboard

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  • Interface: Wired
  • Keyboard backlighting: Yes
  • Programmable keys: Yes

Features of the Ducky Shine 5

When it comes to the most dedicated mechanical keyboard enthusiasts, few brands carry the same respect and love as Ducky.

Ducky uses plain, traditional keyboard layouts with none of the “gamer” aesthetic design attached, so no extra buttons or features. Instead they focus on build quality and materials, which means you get a great overall mechanical keyboard.

Ducky's attention to detail and minimalist aesthetic really are one of a kind. 

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The Ducky Shine 5 comes in a variety of Cherry MX switches with individual key illumination so you can change the backlight's color and brightness to your preference. When we tested the keycaps, they almost had a grainy texture to them to give your finger tips an extra bit of grip. 

As for the keyboard itself, it features a brushed aluminum look even though its made from plastic. This might be a deal breaker for some people, but trust me when I say the Shine 5 looks and feels like a metal keyboard.

The Shine 5 also features removable feet (they screw in vs. the traditional flip out), which is a nice touch since it takes into account different users' height preferences. This type of design has more stability and is much more durable, although maybe a bit more difficult to travel with. 

The Ducky Shine 5 also features a number of macro hotkeys as displayed here.

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Performance

Overall the Ducky Shine 5 is a "no frills" mechanical keyboard, perfect for people that prefer a simple keyboard design.

As for the build quality? It's exceptional, but does come with a higher price tag. But you can rest easy knowing you have what is arguably the best mechanical keyboard on the market.

PROS:
  • Exceptional build quality
  • Simplistic design
  • Great gaming and typing performance
  • The colors are bright and stand out very well

CONS:
  • Expensive

Overall Rating:


Conclusion

When it comes to choosing the best mechanical keyboard, it really is a personal decision. There is no right or wrong answer. Some people might love extra macro keys, while others might like a more simplistic design.

The key is to look at build quality. That's what truly separates a good mechanical keyboard from the best mechanical keyboard.

In this article we've tried to cover the best of both worlds so you have a number of options to choose from. I personally prefer the Das Keyboard and Ducky Shine as I love their look and build quality.

Ultimately, you want a mechanical keyboard that will make you and your fingers happy.

See also

Best Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard

The Best Budget PC Builds

How To Clean Your Keyboard

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