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The best keyboards for gaming 2020 Review (part1)

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SteelSeries Apex Pro

Type: wired / backlight: yes / customizable buttons: yes

Advantages:

Beautiful aluminum construction and frame

Silent

Proper customization capability

Disadvantages:

Expensive

SteelSeries Apex Pro is a smart and attractive gaming keyboard that draws you in. SteelSeries Apex Pro has earned us the title of five stars for various reasons, the biggest reason being its stunning design and construction as well as the use of magnetic keys. This keyboard is one of the best gaming keyboards we’ve tested so far, and all of that makes it worth the $ 199 price tag.

Razer Huntsman Elite

Type: wired / backlight: yes / customizable buttons: yes

Advantages:

High quality and responsive buttons

Beautiful backlight

Disadvantages:

Expensive

If you need a high response time, this keyboard is best for you thanks to its new optical-mechanical keys. Razer has tried to combine mechanical switches with optical sensors in this product and seems to have succeeded in doing so. With that in mind, the Huntsman Elite allows you to take your performance to the next level, making it the best keyboard on the market in terms of speed. In addition, the awesome backlight of this keyboard fades you. Of course, you need two USB cables to supply the necessary energy to this keyboard, and it has a high price, but despite the mentioned technologies, it is worth the price.

Rocca Vulcan 120 Aimo

Type: wired / backlight: yes / customizable buttons: yes

Advantages:

Great feeling when typing

Awesome backlight

Disadvantages:

Expensive

If you are looking for a good and attractive look, Roccat Vulcan 120 will be at the top of your list of choices. Instead of the Cherry MX keys found on most other keyboards on this list, this keyboard uses Roccat’s Titan keys, which amaze you with their quality and convenience. This gaming keyboard offers you a combination of amazing touch feedback and easily takes its place in the heart of any gamer.

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