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Marvo Scorpion Kg909 Rgb Led Full Size Mechanical Gaming Keyboard With Blue KG909-UK
Marvo Scorpion Kg909 Rgb Led Full Size Mechanical Gaming Keyboard With Blue KG909-UK
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Elgato Elgato Stream Deck MK.2
Elgato Elgato Stream Deck MK.2
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MEDION ERAZER Gaming Bundle inc. Mouse, keyboard, headset & Mousepad
MEDION ERAZER Gaming Bundle inc. Mouse, keyboard, headset & Mousepad
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Cooler Master MS110 Combo RGB Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Bundle
Cooler Master MS110 Combo RGB Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Bundle
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Elgato Elgato Stream Deck mini
Elgato Elgato Stream Deck mini
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HyperX Alloy FPS USB RGB LED Gaming Keyboard with Mechanical Kailh Silver Speed Switches
HyperX Alloy FPS USB RGB LED Gaming Keyboard with Mechanical Kailh Silver Speed Switches
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Logitech Keyboard Wireless Pop Keys QWERTY 920-010574
Logitech Keyboard Wireless Pop Keys QWERTY 920-010574
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Marvo Pro KG965G Gaming Keyboard
Marvo Pro KG965G Gaming Keyboard
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MSI Vigor GK50 Mechanical Wired USB Gaming Keyboard - Black
MSI Vigor GK50 Mechanical Wired USB Gaming Keyboard - Black
£84.99
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Roccat - Vulcan 100 AIMO Keyboard
Roccat - Vulcan 100 AIMO Keyboard
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Cooler Master SK622 Wireless Gaming Keyboard - Space Grey
Cooler Master SK622 Wireless Gaming Keyboard - Space Grey
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Elgato - Stream Deck
Elgato - Stream Deck
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Corsair K60 RGB PRO Cherry VIOLA Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - CH-910D019-UK
Corsair K60 RGB PRO Cherry VIOLA Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - CH-910D019-UK
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Sandberg IronStorm Keyboard UK
Sandberg IronStorm Keyboard UK
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STEELSERIES Apex 7 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Red Switches, New
STEELSERIES Apex 7 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Red Switches, New
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Apple Magic Trackpad (2021) - White
Apple Magic Trackpad (2021) - White
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Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 2 Keyboard
Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 2 Keyboard
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Hori - Tactical Assault Commander for PlayStation 5
Hori - Tactical Assault Commander for PlayStation 5
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Razer Huntsman Mini Keyboard Purple Black
Razer Huntsman Mini Keyboard Purple Black
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Kensington Dual Wireless Compact Keyboard - UK Black
Kensington Dual Wireless Compact Keyboard - UK Black
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Logitech PRO X TKL Wireless Gaming Keyboard - White, New
Logitech PRO X TKL Wireless Gaming Keyboard - White, New
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Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard - Rose, New
Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard - Rose, New
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Marvo Scorpion KG901 USB RGB Wired Compact Gaming Keyboard w/Blue Switches- UK English layout
Marvo Scorpion KG901 USB RGB Wired Compact Gaming Keyboard w/Blue Switches- UK English layout
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Roccat - Vulcan 121 AIMO Keyboard
Roccat - Vulcan 121 AIMO Keyboard
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Cooler Master SK653 Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard
Cooler Master SK653 Bluetooth Mechanical Keyboard
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Sandberg RageStorm Mechanical Gaming Keypad
Sandberg RageStorm Mechanical Gaming Keypad
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Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad - Silver / Black, Black
Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad - Silver / Black, Black
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Logitech Wireless Keyboard and Mouse MK330 QWERTY Black
Logitech Wireless Keyboard and Mouse MK330 QWERTY Black
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Marvo Scorpion K605 Gaming Keyboard
Marvo Scorpion K605 Gaming Keyboard
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Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad - British - Silver / White
Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad - British - Silver / White
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Logitech MK470 Slim Wireless Combo Graphite
Logitech MK470 Slim Wireless Combo Graphite
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SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL 2023 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Black, New
SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL 2023 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Black, New
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Apple Magic keyboard Bluetooth QWERTY UK English White
Apple Magic keyboard Bluetooth QWERTY UK English White
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Cheap PC keyboards: prices and models

To work with desktop computers it is essential to buy a keyboard, but the truth is that finding the perfect keyboard for each person is not as easy as it seems if you do not know well this wide market. Below, we talk about the different types of keyboards that you can get online, from mechanical keyboards to ergonomic keyboards, through gaming keyboards and Logitech peripherals, so you can buy with the security of being acquiring the accessory that best suits your needs. In addition, in our price comparator you will find at the best price mice, joysticks, notebook computers and all kinds of input peripherals. Take advantage of offers on Logitech and other brands!

Types of keyboards

When buying a good keyboard, you should know certain concepts to quickly know what type of peripheral we are valuing. Thus, we must differentiate between mechanical and membrane keyboards, wired and wireless keyboards, alphanumeric and numeric keyboards... Below, we explain the keys to each of these models.

Numeric keypad

On the far right of a traditional keypad you will usually find a numeric section, generally made up of 17 keys, where the numbers from 0 to 9 plus some signs such as plus, minus, division, multiplication and dot are located. These symbols are also found at the top of the alphanumeric keyboards and therefore in some keyboard models, especially in smaller laptops, the side section with numbers is dispensed with.

In these cases, when you have a laptop that does not have an alphanumeric keyboard, you can buy an accessory called numeric keypad, the size of a hand, where there are the 17 keys that greatly simplify the work of those who work with Excel tables, keep accounts or use the computer calculator a lot.

Ergonomic keyboards

The ergonomic keyboards stand out when you see them as they have a curved design, or even split in two, which tries to achieve a more natural hand position when spending long hours typing. In fact, the positioning of the hands not only influences the fingers, but also the wrists, elbows and shoulders, so that those who choose this type of keyboard tend to suffer less back pain and neck pain after prolonged use of the computer. In addition, this type of keyboard can also be obtained with an ergonomic mouse whose design is optimised so that the hand maintains a hygienic posture at all times.

Wireless keyboard

The Wireless or Wireless keyboards are mainly designed for PCs, although they can also be used with a laptop when you want to raise the screen to make the work area more ergonomic. These keyboards do not need to be connected to the computer via cable, but come with a nano-receiver that is plugged into a USB port on the computer and this wirelessly connects the keyboard and the computer. The process is usually very simple and in many cases are designed to insert the nano-receiver in a Windows and directly install the drivers. It is even possible to connect the Wireless keyboards with a tablet or consoles to be able to write faster and more fluid.

This type of keyboard offers the advantage of having a more orderly and aesthetic table, without cables going back and forth. However, as they do not have a cable, they work with battery and the batteries must be replaced or recharged periodically.

Gaming keyboard

At first glance, a gamer keyboard is striking for its colorful design, as it is common for video game enthusiasts to opt for keyboard models with colored LED lights. But the truth is that when buying a gaming keyboard, you should not only take into account its aesthetics, but also the functionality it offers. For starters, the most common is that the gamer keyboards are cable and not wireless because it ensures a better response time or latency. We talk about microseconds, but in a game can make a big difference the reaction time of a keyboard, and wired communication is always faster.

Although undoubtedly, the big difference between a normal keyboard and a gaming keyboard is usually in its keys or rather, in what is underneath them. Mechanical keyboards have a separate switch under each key and offer high sensitivity and precision, so they are preferred by gamers. The price of this type of keyboards is more expensive, but as a general rule they are very durable and the keyboard can be repaired by independent keys, something that does not happen with its main rival: membrane keyboards.

Membrane keyboards

The membrane keyboards are the easiest to find because they are the cheapest due to the simplicity of its technology and materials. Unlike a mechanical keyboard where each key has its own switch, on a membrane keyboard what each key has underneath it is a simple circuit that closes when the key goes down, allowing current to pass through and thus transmitting the information that the key has been pressed.

These types of keyboards are cheap and efficient, but they are not preferred by gamers, who feel that mechanical keyboards offer them more precision in gameplay.

QWERTY keyboard

The term QWERTY refers to a type of keyboard layout that is used in Spain and much of the world (Latin America, UK, etc). Its name comes from the letters of the second row above, read from left to right, although it may have small variations between countries, highlighting especially in Spanish language the inclusion of the letter Ñ, a very important element to consider when buying a keyboard.

And while this layout is the most widespread, it is important to know that there are others and that in countries around us is present. For example, the French use the AZERTY layout, while German, Swiss and other European countries use the QWERTZ layout.

Logitech

Logitech is a Swiss brand that specializes in the manufacture of computer peripherals, both PC and laptop. The keyboards it manufactures are usually of high quality and sells both mechanical keyboards for gamers, and keyboards with touchpad, Wireless keyboards, etc.

Logitech's main competitors in the keyboard arena are Razer, Cherry and even Microsoft, which makes keyboards for all platforms and not just Windows.

Whether you are looking for a gaming keyboard to get better results in your PC games, as if you are looking for the cheapest keyboard possible, in our online price comparator you will get the best price for the mechanical, membrane or wireless keyboard you were looking for. Don't miss the opportunity!

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