1. Zebronics Zeb-Max Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
The Zebronics Zeb-Max Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is full-sized mechanical keyboard with 104 keys and Outemu Dustproof Blue switches. It has a numpad along with arrow keys, a row of function keys, RGB backlighting, polling rate of 1000Hz, a braided USB cable (1.8m), and a heavy-duty metal plate on top of a strong, plastic base. It has 12 integrated multimedia keys and you can choose from 18 RGB lighting modes, 6 LED brightness levels, and 5 LED speed modes. The life of the switches is rated at 50 million keystrokes. The only feature that I missed a lot is dedicated keys for multimedia playback control. The Zebronics Max Pro is an excellent keyboard, even when you don’t consider its affordable price tag.
2. Ant Esports MK3400V2 W Mechanical Pro Gaming Keyboard
The Ant Esports MK3400V2W Mechanical Pro Gaming Keyboard is a complete mechanical keyboard with 104 non-conflict keys with removable keycaps and strengthened space key. It has professional mechanical brown switches and the click sound is also very low. The perfect curves, the ladder-design, 2 rubberized holders under the bottom of the keyboard are some of the best features in this keyboard. It also comes with streamline key form high to low and a gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection. It also comprises of 12 dedicated multimedia controls, 13 kinds of light mode and a dedicated Numpad too. The Ant Esports MK3400V2 W Mechanical Pro Gaming Keyboard is worth a shot.
3. Redgear MK881 Invador Mechanical Pro Gaming Keyboard
The RedGear MK881 Invador Mechanical Pro Gaming Keyboard is an entry-level gaming keyboard from Redgear. It has 104 keys and Kalih Blue switches and a dedicated numpad also. The lifespan of keystrokes is 70 million and the weight is approximately 860g. Some other features include RGB Lightning Effect, 6 LED Profiles,8 LED Modes, Windows Key Lock and Full Anti-Ghosting. It has a sleek and compact design and the aluminum faceplate makes it look even better. So, if your budget is not too high, the RedGear MK881 Invador will the perfect choice for you.
4. TVS Gold Bharat Gold USB Keyboard
TVS Gold Bharat has been designed keeping in mind the needs of users who work on Indian vernacular content. In addition to being robust and user-friendly, the product could be customized to 9 different vernacular language options. It has a total of 104 keys and has a guaranteed 50 million-plus strokes per key. It has laser etched characters on keycaps with an everlasting presence and the keyboards are well enabled with Rupee symbols. However, it has no RGB LED lighting and might not be much suitable for professional gamers. But, it is one of the most affordable and reliable mechanical keyboards in the market.
5. Live Tech KB08 Phantom Wired Mechanical Keyboard
The Live Tech KB08 Phantom Wired Mechanical Keyboard is one of the cheapest feature-loaded mechanical keyboard present in the market. It has 104 keys which are Cherry Blue equivalent. The keys are crisp and precise for ultimate gaming performance. It comes with full numeric keypad and a gold-plated and corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection. It has back-lit LED lighting and anti-ghosting feature is also provided. However, the keyboard does not has that strong build quality. But, if your budget is very low, you can give it a shot.