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Best Computer Keyboards

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Keyboards are a very personal part of a computer, and what's best for you will vary depending on how you use your computer. However, some things like build quality, comfort, and reliability are essential when purchasing any keyboard. Here are the best computer keyboards available in 2020.

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Corsair K95

Best mechanical 

This aluminum-framed keyboard features RGB lighting, macro keys, 8MB of onboard storage for storing said lighting and macros, and a volume wheel. You can get this keyboard with Cherry MX Speed or Brown switches. It's an excellent keyboard for heavy-duty gamers. 

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HyperX Alloy FPS Pro

Best budget

This tanky keyboard has a compact design even though it features a full number pad. It features Cherry MX Red switches and anti-ghosting (meaning it prevents keystrokes from getting lost) so you'll have a pleasant gaming experience with it.

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Anker Ultra Compact Bluetooth Keyboard

Best budget bluetooth

This budget-friendly keyboard easily fits into your bag thanks to its thin design. In addition to working with your PC, it can also be used with your phone, tablet, or other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

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AmazonBasics Wired Keyboard

Best budget wired

This is a bare-bones keyboard, but it gets the job done. It's a stable and reliable setup that can also be purchased in bulk if you need quite a few for a business.

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Surface Ergonomic Keyboard

Best ergonomic

The Surface Ergonomic Keyboard is a refined keyboard with high-end details. The Alcantara-covered wrist guard and beautiful ergonomic design accentuate a comfortable typing experience. It's a keyboard with high build quality that is an excellent piece of a desktop setup.

Our top picks

Picking the right keyboard is vital for anyone on a PC. But keyboards range from extremely budget-friendly to high end and pricey. The best keyboard for you depends mainly on how you plan to use it. If you're a gamer, you'll probably prefer the mechanical setup of a Corsair 95. Its RGB lighting will go along well with any chroma gaming setup, and it supports macro keys to help you optimize your gaming.

If you're at a desk and want a smooth typing experience you should take a look at the Microsoft Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID. It has excellent key travel, a clean design, and is thin and compact so it won't take up a lot of room on your desk.