I genuinely enjoyed testing MSI's GK50 Elite. I'm giving this keyboard our Gold Award because I can't mash my fingertips on it, I can type fairly fast on it, and it's lower height means a wrist rest isn't a necessity. Combine all of the above with it's budget price tag of $69.99, and the GK50 Elite provides a value that's hard to beat.
These are the quietest keyboards that I have personally tested, and that alone makes them great for office use - these models are also very comfortable to type on, even for long periods of time - unlike other mechanical keyboards which can give you finger strain if you mash your fingertips for too long. The build quality is phenomenal and extremely sturdy, like that of a steel baseball bat.
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DeepCool's KG722 is a quality 65% keyboard that provides a great typing experience and has a very sturdy build quality - I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get their first mechanical keyboard.
Keychron started as a Kickstarter project under the name of Keytron in 2017, formed by a group of 3 keyboard...
MSI provides a great value with the GK71 VIGOR as it's cheaper than competing mechanical keyboards of similar quality. I'm awarding this our Gold Award because this is the best mechanical keyboard I've tested in a long time, and that's not something I say lightly. Of all mechanical keyboards I have tested, this is tied with ROCCAT's 121 AIMO for my favorite mechanical keyboard.
Keychron's Q3 provides superb build quality and silence while typing. I would highly recommend it, especially to those looking to try their first fully custom mechanical keyboard