Best Mechanical keyboards for gaming under INR 6000 (2019)

by October 31, 2019 0 comments

A good keyboard is important for any gamer. The split-second between pressing the key and it being registered can be the difference between life and death. Mechanical keyboards do the job well and the good ones usually have a life expectancy of 50 million strokes per key. Here are our picks for the best mechanical keyboards for gaming under Rs 6000: 

Logitech G413 

This offering by Logitech will cost you Rs 5899 from Amazon. The keyboard has Logitech’s in house Romer GTM switches, which are tactile switches without the clicky sound. The keyboard has a red backlight and a USB pass through. It has alight Aluminium Magnesium body, which can put some people off. If you are looking for a keyboard with switches other than Cherry MX but with the same performance, this might be it. 

HyperX Alloy FPS Pro 

The cousin of HyperX Alloy FPS, FPS Pro is the TKL model of the former. This Keyboard comes without RGB, but with the red backlight. It will cost you around Rs 5800, but it comes with Cherry MX switches. You will have the option to choose from Cherry MX Brown, Cherry MX Red or Cherry MX Blue switches. 

CoolerMaster MasterKeys Pro L 

This is one of the best offerings by CoolerMaster. For Rs 5500, this keyboard is loaded with features, if the CherryMX switches weren’t enough. It comes in all three switch variants and if you are tired of the red backlighting, it has white backlights. It has a solid build and weighs around 1 KG. I am using this keyboard myself and I can assure you that you cannot go wrong with this. 

Gigabyte Force K83 

For those looking for a great keyboard with CheryyMX switches on a budget, this one is for you. This keyboard replaced TVS Gold as the go to budget mechanical gaming keyboard after the latter ditched CherryMX for Kailh. Force K83 can be bought for around Rs 3000. It comes with CherryMX Blue and it does not have lighting. But it does have all the other features of a gaming keyboard like N key rollover and multimedia switches. 

Circle Squadron M 

This is the only keyboard on this list with Kailh switches. Squadron M comes with Kailh Blue switches and RGB backlighting with presets, which are honestly good looking. It comes with a TKL design and also has a solid aluminium build. If you are in on the RGB hype, this is a good keyboard for you. 

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