HOW TO BUY A GAMING KEYBOARD

The type of keyboard one may want to use totally depends on how you game. If you occasionally like to play games on your PC and want to call it a day, investing in an expensive keyboard shouldn’t be your option. But, if you are someone who spends half their day sitting on that chair and requires a complete gaming environment, getting your hands on a top gaming keyboards is a necessity. However, as much as it sounds easy to just get the expensive one for yourself as a solution for a nice gaming keyboard, there are other factors as well to keep in mind when you are out there purchasing a top gaming keyboard, let’s find out what they are. 

Factors to Consider when Purchasing a Top Gaming Keyboard 

  1. Pricing 
    If you are going for a keyboard that comes under 100$, you are expected to find older mechanical models, membrane keyboards or ten keyless models from second or third tier companies. Although, if you do a thorough research, you might be able to find something for your liking in this range. If your budget is somewhere between 100$ to 150$, this is an ideal range to invest in a gaming keyboard. In this range, you are highly likely to find keyboards with mechanical switches and mono-colored backlight and a full range of keys including a number pad. And last of all, if your budget is beyond 150$, you will find a range of gaming keyboard which have tons of macro keys, very colorful lighting and top of the line mechanical switches which increases your gaming experience a bit too much. 
  2. Membrane vs. Mechanical 
    Membrane keyboards are those keyboards which work by running an electrical current through mushy plastic membranes. Whereas, when it comes to mechanical keyboards, they work like old typewriters by placing a mechanical switch underneath each key. Naturally, mechanical keyboard sounds are reliable and a comfortable option but it comes with a good price as well. Although, if you are going for a mechanical keyboard, it is important to know that it may be a bit technical to use at start but once you get your hands on it, you won’t regret your decision. 
  3. Illumination 
    When it comes to backlighting, gamers have different options to choose from; none, full RGB or one color. Even though a colorful or a lighting keyboard is not as essential when it comes to purchasing and investing in a gaming keyboard, it just increases an overall experience of your game. If you are going for the RGB feature, it can increase the prices dozens of dollars. So it totally depends on you if a RGB Keyboard is something you really want.  pc-game