Top 7 Best Mechanical Keyboards of 2017

Anyone who works on a computer for long duration every day knows how tiring it can be to use a keyboard, especially the dome/membrane keyboards. For that very reason, Mechanical Keyboards are making a comeback and we have compiled a list of Top 7 Best Mechanical Keyboards of 2017 available in the market right now.

Due to their sturdy build and a wide variety of mechanical switches used, mechanical keyboards can be quite expensive but their long lasting life and comfort more than makes up for the price. However, as mentioned earlier, there are a lot of mechanical switches to choose from and the quality of the switch is a big factor in deciding the price and ultimately the best mechanical keyboards.

Top 7 Best Mechanical Keyboards of 2017

7. SteelSeries Apex M500

SteelSeries Apex M500

The SteelSeries Apex M500 Mechanical Keyboard is one of the cheapest ones available in the market right now with a price tag of around $100. It features a minimalistic design and lacks dedicated macro and multimedia keys, however, this mechanical keyboard makes up for that with its use of Cherry MX Red mechanical switches, customizable keys and extreme comfort.

6. Logitech G413

Logitech G413

Priced a little under $100, the Logitech G413 is another worthy mechanical keyboard which uses silent Romer-G mechanical switches instead of the louder but commonly used Cherry MX ones. They keyboard also has support for USB passthrough allowing users to connect extra USB peripherals through they keyboard.

5. Unicomp Ultra Classic

Unicomp Ultra Classic

For typing enthusiasts, the Unicomp Ultra Classic is a great mechanical keyboard, provided they can get used to the extremely loud key taps. While the keyboard doesn’t deliver anything special, it is a good purchase for people looking to invest in a bit of nostalgia as its construction and design is quite similar to old 90s mechanical keyboards. The price tag of almost a $100 might be a warning sign for some though, especially considering the lack of any special features.

4. Asus ROG Claymore

Asus ROG Claymore

A semi-modular and pricey keyboard, Asus ROG Claymore still makes the Top 7 Best Mechanical Keyboards of 2017 list on account of its excellent mechanical switch support, allowing users to buy the keyboard with whichever Cherry MX switch they prefer: Red, Brown, Black and Blue. If desk space is an issue, the numpad on the keyboard can be separated. However, on account of being a big brand, the Asus ROG Claymore mechanical keyboard is on the pricier side, costing around $170 without the numpad, which costs another $60.

3. Razer Ornata Chroma

Razer Ornata Chroma

While Razer isn’t well known for the build quality and long life of their products, the Ornata Chroma is one of the few exceptions out there that deserves an attention when looking to purchase a mechanical keyboard. Not only does this mechanical keyboard feature Razer’s own new and unique mechanical switches, it also has a pretty decent and affordable price tag of $90 making it a decent entry-level purchase. The Razer Ornata Chroma might not be overflowing with fancy features but it gets the job done, provides comfort and looks good.

2. Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum

Logitech G910 Spectrum

For the extreme gaming enthusiasts who can’t live without mechanical keys, RGB lighting, flashy design and programmable keys, the Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum might be one of the best options available if they are okay with paying the hefty price tag almost close to $200. The keyboard uses Logitech’s Romer-G mechanical switches and has nine dedicated macro keys for various PC related functions which can be reprogrammed using the extremely clunky Logitech Gaming Software.

1. Corsair Gaming K95 RGB

Corsair Gaming K95 RGB

Available for around $170, the Corsair Gaming K95 RGB is the ultimate mechanical keyboard and worth the top spot in this Top 7 Mechanical Keyboards of 2017 list. While the keyboard doesn’t have a USB passthrough, it does make up for it by providing 18 extra programmable macro keys allowing for dozens of various programmable options. For the RGB enthusiasts, the customizable lighting options should be more than satisfactory as the Corsair Gaming K95 RGB allows users to customizable separate sections of the keyboard differently. For maximum comfort, there is also a detachable wrist rest included in the package making this one of the best mechanical keyboards in the market right now.

So here it is, our Top 7 Best Mechanical Keyboards of 2017 list that should satisfy the needs for all sorts of individuals, whether they are interested in gaming, work or just normal day to day typing usage but are looking for something more comfortable than a normal and cheap membrane keyboard.

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