Best Gaming Keyboards 2024: Full-size, TKL, Mini, and More

The best gaming keyboards we’ve tested for grinding, shooting, exploring, and typing. Your keyboard is the part of your PC you touch the most, your primary connection to everything. A new keyboard will make a more immediately noticeable difference than any other upgrade.1.Asus ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless
I change keyboards frequently, but there’s one I always use: the Asus ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless. The ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless is a great choice for gaming, typing, and everything in between—it’s well-built, feels great, has plenty of keys (including a 10-key number pad), but doesn’t take up too much desk space, and it’s wireless, has tri-mode connectivity, and the Asus ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless

 Battery life of up to 1,500 hours (over 2.4GHz wireless, with lighting off). Among mainstream gaming peripheral manufacturers, Asus is the only one that has managed to bring an enthusiast-grade upgrade to gaming keyboards. The ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless’ 96% layout is similar to the full-size layout – but with some keys missing and crammed together. While the 96% layout doesn’t leave much room for extra shortcut/macro keys, Asus did manage to cram in a multifunction key and clickable scroll wheel in the top right corner, which lets you control volume, media, and lighting, and also features customizable modes programmable in Armory Crate. The ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless comes pre-installed with Asus ‘ ROG NX Snow (linear) or Storm (tactile ) mechanical switches – I tested the linear RX Snow switches. A keyboard doesn’t have to be wireless to take the top spot on our list, but this one is – with low-latency 2.4GHz wireless and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as wired (via USB-C). And the battery life on this keyboard is impressive – to say the least. Asus rates the ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless’ battery life at 1,500 hours (2.4 GHz wireless), of course, with the lighting turned off – well… enough.
2.Razer BlackWidow V4 ProIf you have the desk space, a full-size gaming keyboard is definitely worth buying. The Razer BlackWidow V4 Pro is Razer’s premium full-size wired gaming keyboard, which comes with eight dedicated macro keys/buttons (five on the keys, three on the side), a tactile multi-function “command dial”, and bright, immersive backlighting and underlighting that extends to the included wrist rest.

The BlackWidow V4 Pro is larger in size – and comes with a detachable wrist rest, so the full setup takes up more space. It measures 18.25 x 6 x 1 inches (464 x 152 x 25 mm) not including the keycaps, and the wrist rest is about 3.25 inches (82.6 mm) deep, for an overall size of 18.25 x 9.25 inches (464 x 235 mm). The wrist rest is a plush, padded leatherette that magnetically attaches to the keyboard and extends the keyboard’s underglow via a 5 -pin connection point. This keyboard is not hot-swappable, and you have your choice of Razer Green (clicky) or Razer Yellow (linear) mechanical switches. While the Razer Green clicky switches are a little heavier than the other clicky switches, with a 50g actuation force and 1.9mm actuation point, I’ve always liked how loud and snappy they are, so I really can’t complain. The BlackWidow V4 Pro launched before Razer started experimenting with more audiophile-style soundproofing, like you see in the Razer BlackWidow V4 75%, so it’s definitely a little jarring when you’re typing—but perhaps that just adds to the overall annoyingly loud, clicky charm. It’s great for gaming, however, with fully programmable keys (including macro keys/buttons , media keys, volume wheel, and command dial) and an extra layer via Razer HyperShift, up to five onboard profiles, full N-key rollover, and up to 8,000 Hz polling rates. This is a wired keyboard, so you won’t be The Razer BlackWidow V4 Pro also comes with a USB pass-through port (a rarity even on full-size keyboards these days), and there’s no need to worry about per-key lighting and underlighting reducing theRazer BlackWidow V4 Pro Batterylife. Of course, there are some downsides to the BlackWidow V4 Pro, and that’s its $230 price tag. It’s hard to find a full-size gaming keyboard with all the features of the BlackWidow V4 Pro, but not everyone needs so many extra keys, buttons , dials, and lighting. The $100 Corsair K70 Max RGB has a customizable knob, while the $140 NZXT Function 2 has dedicated left-side media keys and a volume roller (but neither of these are programmable). If you’re just looking for a full-size keyboard with no frills, the $110 HyperX Alloy Origins is a solid choice and is often discounted.

3. Lemokey L3
The Lemokey L3 is the first gaming keyboard from the Keychron spin-off brand, and it’s a pretty impressive product—especially if you’re looking for a gaming keyboard you also like to type on. The L3 is a wireless mechanical shim-mount keyboard with a hot-swappable PCB and a compact (but not too compact) TKL layout. Whether you use the included Keychron-exclusive Gateron Jupiter switches or your own switches, typing on the L3 is awesome. The keyboard features a dual-shim-mount design with two layers of sound-isolating foam inside the shell, and the sound quality is much better than any mainstream gaming keyboard. It also comes with Keychron’s Cherry contoured two-tone PBT keycaps, which are more low-profile than standard OEM keycaps. The L3 offers three ways to connect: low-latency 2.4GHz wireless, Bluetooth 5.1, and wired (USB-C). Its 2.4GHz connection has a gaming-standard 1,000 Hz polling rate,

and  Lemokey L3 battery life is around 200 hours ( with lighting off).
The main downside to the Lemokey L3 is that it’s not as gaming-friendly as other gaming keyboards. If you’re looking for a keyboard to blend into your battle station, the L3’s thick aluminum chassis and universally customizable lighting won’t fit in as well as something like SteelSeries’ Apex Pro TKL Wireless or Razer’s Huntsman V3 Pro TKL. The L3 is also larger than most TKL keyboards — if you’re looking to save space on your desk, you want to opt for something smaller than a TKL , like the 75% Asus ROG Azoth.

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