Mouse and keyboards are the weapons of PC gaming. Each gamer has their own style of gaming which is complemented by their mouse or keyboard. Today we are goanna talk about mechanical keyboard.
Mechanical keyboard has revolutionized pc gaming and typing in general. Mechanical keyboard are popular because they are very responsive and have a tactile fell compared to the normal membrane keyboard. They fell like old typewriter while typing and also sounds very similar.
For gaming the keyboard clicks are fast and responsive compared to the cell membrane keyboard. Due to faster response time they are great for fast paced FPS games like CS: GO and DOTA2. Professional gamers love them and they can’t live without them.
While using a mechanical keyboard you fell like in the video below.
Got the taste of the master race. Now to get over with below are the top 10 Mechanical keyboard under 50 dollars for gaming.
So, let’s get started .
The redragon as a brand is not a known by manly but they make some great budget gaming accessories. But today we will take a look at one their mechanical keyboard in budget segment. The K552-R Kumara is the best in under 50 dollar segment.
The K552 use outemu blue switches which are equivalent to the well-known cherry MX blue switches. In terms of performance they are neck to neck. But they are quite louder compared to their cherry equivalent. And they also support cherry compatible caps.
No true gaming gear comes without RGB leds, so they have got them with 6 different colors and 9 different backlighting effects. The brightness of these Rainbow leds can be adjusted and they come with a breathing effects as well. The keyboard has a metallic and ABS casing which make it durable and splash proof (not water proof).
The EagleTec is a relative new brand which make gaming and electronics peripherals for a decent price. But the EagleTec has surprised us by their KG010 keyboard.
The KG010 is a 104 keys mechanical keyboard which also uses outemu blue switches. It is a full size keyboard with a full number pad on the right hand side. The outemu switches are pretty good which offer great performance, feels tactile and are durable. Like most of the mech keyboard their key caps can be replaced.
This keyboard only has only blue backlit leds with brightness adjustment and breathing effect. The keyboard case is crafted form aluminum and ABS for durable and splash proof design.
Velocifire is also new to gaming peripheral. But they offer some decent gaming keyboard. The VM01 is one their most popular offering.
The Velocifire VM01 is a 104 key full size mechanical gaming keyboard. It uses Zorro brown switches which are great for typing and gaming. They have quite a tactile feedback and are bit from their cherry counterpart. It also sport greenish blue backlit LED’s for maximum visibility and aesthetics.
It has an ergonomic design for prolonged use to prevent fatigue. The keyboard has a plastic construction but still feels sturdy to use. The ergonomic also design adds to the overall aesthetics of the keyboard.
The K551 is another one of redragons offering and but is sight cut down version of the K552 in specs but not the size.
The K551 is a full sized 104 keys mechanical keyboard and use chery MX green equivalent switches. These keys are loud when pressed compared to the original cherry blue switches. The keys feel very tactile and are good for typing. As usual the key caps can be replaced easily.
It has a red back lit with adjustable brightness settings on it. The keyboard has an ABS and metal constructions which make them durable and splash proof. It also has a gold plated USB connector for optimal performance.
Sades is well known for their affordable gaming headsets but they also offer some decent gaming keyboards for a budget price. The k10 is one of them.
It is a full size, 104 keys mech keyboard which uses cherry MX blue switches with RGB lightings. These as they uses cherry blue they are loud but are great for gaming. It has 9 types of RGB lighting effects and brightness adjustment. And the key caps can be replaceable.
The keyboard uses metals with ABS construction for durability. It also has gold plated USB connector for high quality gaming performance. The cables are transparent and braided, anti-knot cables which are easy to use.
The Z77 comes with blue Otemu switches which are close to cherry blue in terms of performance. The blue switches are loud but are great for gaming. Cherry on top they come with 5 pices of mechanical switches for free.
It sports RGB backlit with various brightness adjustments and effects options. It has an ergonomic design which helps in prolonged gaming session. Its design helps the overall keyboard to be durable.
Team wolf is relatively new brand is not know my many. They are new to the PC peripheral industry. They have some decent budget gaming mouse, keyboard and proprietary mechanical switches.
The Hcman keyboard’s design is greatly inspired form the vintage game Pac man. The backlit leds are of the same color of the ghosts in pacman. It is a full size keyboard with 104 keys with a numb pad on the right. This keyboard uses their proprietary black mechanical switches which are great hardcore gaming and typing.
The keyboards sports multi-color backlit adjustment with all kind of effects on it. The keyboard uses metal alloy due to which it is very durable.
Dervo is known for their SSD’s but they have some good mechanical keyboard. The Drevo 84 is one of their best offering.
The Dervo 84 is a 84 key keyboard with support of multiple switches like otemu black,blue,brown and red. They are not good as their cherry equivalent but their performance is fine. At the back it sport a white backlit with brightness adjustment and lighting effects for better legibility and precision in a dark room.
It has a small form factor with an edgy design. It has sturdy construction which make it quite reliable for some rough use. The Dervo 84 is very portable due to its small form factors which makes it great for work and gaming as well.
Like most other in the list Tomoko is also relative new to gaming peripherals industry. But they have some decent products under their belt. And the Tomoko 104 is one of them.
It is a full size keyboard featuring Switch Master Blue switches. They are equivalent to their Cherry Blue counterpart. With N-key rollover technology the key supports anti ghosting. Sadly they don’t sports backlit LED’s which kind of a turnoff.
The keyboard has an ergonomic design which helps in to reduce fatigue for prolonged gaming or typing sessions. The ABS and metal constructions adds to the sturdiness and reliability of the keyboard. It is also water resistant so it handle some water splash often.
As most of in the post Pluggable is a relative new brand in the computer peripheral market. Their mechanical keyboard is quite good for their price.
It is a 104 key keyboard with cherry MX style Gaote/ Outemu blue switches. Each keys has their proprietary white backlit led with black ABS keycaps. Its controller handles it N-key rollover and anti-ghosting for multiple key presses.
The keyboard has an ergonomic frameless design with minimal desktop footprint. Its construction is sturdy and feels very reliable.
Due to competition and mass production mechanical are getting cheaper each year. Which is great for consumers as they are getting more value for the price. So the above mentioned mechanical keyboard are the best you can get for under $50.
So, this is it. These are our top 10 Mechanical keyboard under 50 dollars. Hope you like. Tell us which is your mechanical keyboard? In the comment section below. Till then catch you all later.