Last time we made a similar video like this. But some keyboards from that list were pretty expensive for consumers like students or young programmers. But the problem is getting a good keyboard which has pretty much everything like mechanical switches, backlighting or wireless functionality under $100 can be tough.
So we have tried our best to find some great keyboards for programming or comfortable typing at a price range of around $40 to $100 and as always if you have any other suggestions, then it’ll help everyone a lot if you comment down below.
This is a great clean looking keyboard and it has almost everything from mechanical key-switches to dank rgb lighting. It comes with both 87 and 104 keys options. If you’re on windows or Mac then no worries about compatibility issues. Keycaps for both operating systems are also included with it.
Logitech MX Keys Advanced
When it comes to computer accessories, the reputation of brands like Logitech is almost on top and according to Logitech this budget wireless keyboard is specially designed for computer programmers or engineers like you. It offers spherically dished MX keys with matte coating for a comfortable typing experience and it also comes with backlighting.
Royal Kludge RK 987
It’s another good mechanical keyboard with loud black and blue key switches. It has 87 keys with white led backlights. This keyboard has a classic compact look, which is suitable for both office and home workspace.
This mechanical keyboard has only 71 keys and comes in both MX Blue and MX Red options. It has clean customizable RGB lights and you can connect up to 3 devices simultaneously with it. It only costs around 47$.
Corsair K63 wireless
This is a good keyboard with mechanical switches and rgb lightning. But the problem is, its design is targeted more towards gamers. So I’m sure some of you won’t like the font and aggressive lighting on it. Other than that it comes with a wrist rest and is a pretty good deal.
Compared to others, this mechanical keyboard is a little expensive and has no backlights. It offers the Romer G mechanical switch mechanism, which is a little quieter compared to others. But it comes with six programmable G keys and dedicated media control buttons to make your workflow a little faster. If that’s something you really need, then you can go for this one.
That’s it for this article.