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Ultimate Gaming Keyboards to Consider in 2023

Ultimate Gaming Keyboards to Consider in 2023

For the average person, a keyboard serves the single purpose of letting you put pen to paper in a digital format, and the specs of the keyboard hold very little weight when you’re deciding which one to buy. The rules are different when you’re a gamer though because a gaming keyboard must meet certain criteria to be considered great. Factors like the keyboard’s latency, switch types, connectivity options, and battery life are the difference between a good gaming keyboard and an average one. 

Depending on your preference, there are different keyboards to suit your needs. You could either get a full-size keyboard with a Numpad, or a smaller tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard that’ll give you more room for the gaming mouse on the tabletop. The perfect gaming keyboard will not only complete the setup of your gaming area, but it can also play a huge role in how well you perform in the game. We’ll explore some of the best gaming keyboards 2023 has to offer so you know what to look out for if you’re looking to upgrade. 

SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL 

SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL

The SteelSeries Apex Pro is quite possibly the best gaming keyboard for customization. It has the most advanced OmniPoint 2.0 switches, which are the fastest adjustable mechanical switches in the world. The switches give you the power to customize every single key to your preference, and they're the reason for the keyboard's quick response rate. The review on Techradar reports that the response rate is eleven times faster than it used to be, so if you have the last-generation Apex Pro, this is an upgrade worth considering.

Not only can you customize the function of the keys, but you can assign two functions to a single key which you activate by pressing the key deeper. This is an advantage when gaming because you'd potentially be able to strike twice with one keystroke, and that's pretty cool.

The customization extends to the keyboard's RGB backlight which you can also adjust to suit your liking, plus you have the option to remove the wrist rest if you prefer. And if all of that isn't enough, the SteelSeries Apex Pro comes in two variations if you'd prefer to have the full-size keyboard with a Numpad. 

Logitech G915 Lightspeed 

Logitech G915 Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Like the Apex Pro, the Logitech G915 gaming keyboard also comes in two variations, full-size keyboard or TKL, but it doesn't have a wrist rest. However, it's one of the best wireless gaming keyboards out there. You have the option to connect it via Bluetooth, or by using the dedicated Lightspeed USB which is faster for even better, lag-free gaming. Lightspeed is also available on the Logitech range of wireless gaming mice, the G903 and the G502.  The Logitech G915 has Logitech GL low-profile switches that are more comfortable to click, and they deliver the same response you’d expect from a mechanical keyboard.

The keyboard has an ultra-sleek and thin design with RGB backlighting, and it comes in either black or silver to suit the style of your gaming area. It has dedicated media buttons and a volume wheel that has the right amount of tension to give you a premium feeling when you use it.   

Asus ROG Strix Flare PNK LTD 

ROG Strix Flare PNK LTD

If you like the idea of adding a pop of color to your space, aside from the RGB lighting, you can go for a colorful keyboard like the Asus ROG Strix Flare Pink Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. It has Cherry MX switches, which are considered by most to be the gold standard of PC keyboard switches for their satisfying clicks, and they’re ideal if you like the idea of building your own keyboard. For the Asus ROG Strix Flare, you have the option of either cherry red or brown switches. 

It’s only compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 10, and it’s not wireless,  but it’s equipped with fully programmable anti-ghosting mechanical keys that make it ideal for gaming. Like the Apex Pro, it comes with a wrist rest for additional comfort while you type or play games, but it’s not attachable. It’s one of the best pink gaming keyboards, alongside the Razer BlackWidow V3 Mechanical keyboard, and the Steampunk Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

REDMAGIC Gaming Keyboard

REDMAGIC keyboard

REDMAGIC recently launched an entire range of PC gaming equipment that includes a gaming monitor, plus a gaming mouse and keyboard. They’ve been making gaming smartphones for a while now, so they know a thing or two about what goes into making some of the best gaming equipment.  The REDMAGIC Gaming Keyboard uses a TTC Speed Silver V2 Switch that has anti-mistouch capabilities for more precision with every keystroke, and it’s made with a sound canceling Gasket Structure that delivers satisfying and silent clicks. It’s an RGB keyboard with up to 10 different light modes, and the keys are hot-swappable to give you even more customization abilities.   

The REDMAGIC Gaming Keyboard is a full-size keyboard, and although it has no dedicated media keys, it has a built-in display screen that keeps you informed about the system parameters. It also has a knob that lets you control and adjust the system parameters. It works well with Windows or Mac, and you can switch between the two quite easily by pressing FN+A for Mac and FN+W for Windows. This is really convenient for switching from work to game mode.

The product has been launched in Heyup Tryouts, and you can cast your wish to test it. The tryouts will be unlocked once it reaches a certain number of wishes.

Gamers, Take Your Pick

At the end of the day, it all boils down to preference. Whether you’re after a unique color, a fully customizable keyboard, or the most powerful wireless connection, there’s a gaming keyboard for you. This list only includes a handful of the best options available, but if you have a gaming keyboard that you feel is worth mentioning, you can let us know in the Heyup Community discussions. 



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