Video game enthusiasts and enthusiasts appreciate being able to play on a PC with accessories adapted to this use.
Mechanical or membrane? Wireless, compact or backlit? To find your way around the world of keyboards, here is a small selection of interesting choices, accompanied by advice on how to choose well.
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2: the best with Cherry MX Silent switches
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2: In general, who says mechanical keyboard, says concert of "clicks" for the user and his environment. There is a compromise between mechanical precision and bearable noise: keyboards equipped with Cherry MX Silent switches. In general, the price is affected somewhat, as with this model from Corsair, which also has all the qualities of a classic gaming keyboard.
Logitech G512: the best alternative with choice of switches
Logitech G512: The Logitech G512 Gamer Keyboard is a mechanical keyboard that offers the possibility of choosing between several types of switches including the GX blue, which offers audible and tactile feedback, just like traditional gaming switches, and the GX Brown with a minimalist feedback to ensure reliability and accuracy.
Razer BlackWidow V3: the mechanical and tactile gaming keyboard
Razer BlackWidow V3: Featuring a sober design, a multifunction wheel, and supplied with a wrist rest, the Razer BlackWidow V3 combines comfort and precision. Its mechanical and “tactile” switches will require less punching power than average mechanical switches, but will produce a little more noise. Recommended for fans of ultra-precision.
Logitech G Pro: the best in a compact format
Logitech G Pro: No numeric keypad for this ultra-portable pro mechanical gaming keyboard from Logitech. Robust, extremely responsive, it is equipped with fully customizable RGB lighting and several tilt settings. Ideal to be slipped into the backpack.
Corsair K55: the best cheap gaming keyboard
Corsair K55: This keyboard has almost all the features of a gaming keyboard: RGB lighting, multimedia keys, adjustable tilt, macro keys (dedicated shortcuts). But if it is less expensive than its congeners, it is for a simple reason: it is not mechanical, but with membranes. Some will prefer, for the noise in particular.
Logitech K400 Plus: the wireless multimedia gaming option
Logitech K400 Plus: This wireless keyboard from Logitech is perhaps the ultimate in managing a computer hooked up to the TV from the couch. In addition to being wireless, it has the luxury of carrying a touchpad and a gaggle of multimedia keys. All for forty euros. Difficult to find better for this specific use. Its biggest flaw: apart from this very particular multimedia use, it is not as efficient as a traditional gaming keyboard.