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Best Mechanical Keyboards Under Rs. 5,000 in India

Finding the best Mechanical Keyboard is a tough job and especially when you are living in India, as you don’t have many choices to choose from, you have to choose from a couple of Mechanical Keyboard whether it meets your requirements or not, it doesn’t matter.

If you are building a gaming PC, you always have a thought that what you have to buy in your mind, but when it comes to a keyboard, then you will have to do a lot of research to find the best one. And you may be finding this keyboard for your new gaming setup or you may have bought a new gaming laptop and you want to use the keyboard as the external keyboard for typing and gaming, as the laptop keyboard is not that great.

So keeping the thing in mind that we have a budget of Rs. 5000 and we want to buy the best Mechanical Keyboard in India, we have prepared a list of the best keyboards, have a look.

Best Mechanical Keyboard Under Rs. 5,000 in India

Below, you can find the best Mechanical Keyboard under Rs.5,000 in India. We have already assumed that you need this keyboard for typing and gaming, so we will only be suggesting the keyboard that comes with a blue switch which is best for gaming but makes a lot of noise, so if you don’t want to buy blue switches then you can also buy Brown or Red switch, that is completely your choice. All these keyboards come with different switches, but we have only listed the blue ones.

Zebronics Max Pro

Zebronics Max Pro

The Zebronic Max Pro is a full-size mechanical gaming keyboard and it is a premium keyboard that comes with blue switches under Rs. 5000. You have to keep in mind that it doesn’t have the cherry MX blue switch, it comes with Outemu blue switches which are very much the same as the cherry MX blues. It has all the RGB modes that you get in a premium mechanical gaming keyboard. It comes with a total of 18 RGB LED backlights.

You can insert and take out all the keys. The Zebronics Max Pro has a heavy metal base and has double-injected keys, so the text on the keys doesn’t fly off with time. It has a braided USB cable and a rubber grip is provided along with the keyboard stand with different angle adjustments. This keyboard has 6 levels of brightness and supports all the platform and devices such as Linux, Mac, and Windows. The worst part of this keyboard is that you don’t get dedicated software with this.

Redragon Varuna K559

Redragon Varuna K559

The Redragon Varuna K559 is a premium and stylish keyboard from Redragon. It also comes with a blue switch and please note that it comes with original Cherry MX blue swithces. It is a full-sized keyboard and has 104 keys. It has 6 multimedia keys and 5 programmable macro keys with the anti-ghosting feature.

The Redragon Varuna K559 has 7 RGB LED backlights along with 6 lighting modes. It comes with dual-shot injected keycaps so the lighting in this one is very bright and sharp. The build quality is also metallic. The bad side is that it doesn’t support macOS.

Gamdias Hermes E2

Gamdias Hermes E2

The Gamdias Hermes E2 is a compact gaming keyboard from Gamdias and it is one of our personal favorites. It doesn’t have the dedicated Numpad but that is a plus point for those who type a lot and a negative point for those who use Numpad the most. It comes with a total of 91 keys and it can fit into a small-sized setup or table. It has fully anti-ghosting keys and the N-key rollover feature.

The Gamdias Hermes E2 is a popular gaming keyboard from Gamdias and it comes with its own custom blue switches with 7 neon lighting. The best part of this keyboard that you can also set the RGB lighting as per the key you want. It means that you can change the light of any key you want. When it comes to the cons of this keyboard then it has a plastic build which is not good, and the weight is also quite more (800 gm).

Circle Balistic

Circle Balistic

The Circle Ballistic mechanical gaming keyboard is a weird-looking keyboard from Circle but at the same time, it is very unique and looks stylish. According to the user’s review, this is the most value-for-money keyboard. It is a full-size keyboard and it has 104 keys with 8 customizable and some media control keys. The most strange feature of this keyboard is that it has an integrated sd card reader, with a USB 2.0 port.

The Gamdias Hermes E2 comes with a dedicated volume control knob which is very good. The worst part of this keyboard is that it weighs around 2.5 kgs in size and if you are thinking to buy it to use as an external keyboard for your gaming laptop then please don’t buy as it will be very difficult to carry this along with your laptop. It almost weighs the same as most gaming laptops, nowadays. The second bad part is that it doesn’t have an RGB backlight in it.

Corsair Gaming K55

Corsair Gaming K55

Last but not least on our list is the Corsair Gaming K55 mechanical gaming keyboard. It is a full-sized mechanical keyboard along with some extra keys. It comes with 6 dedicated programmable keys and has dedicated volume and media control keys. This one also has the anti-ghosting feature so you can all keys at a time. The plus point of this keyboard that it comes with a detachable rubber wrist rest and if you are a typist then you will love the comfort.

It also comes with dedicated software to control the RGB backlighting of the keyboard. You can program the keys as per your usage with its dedicated software. The worst part of this one is that it comes with non-mechanical keys but corsair is a big brand and comes with quality products.

So this was all about Best Mechanical Keyboard Under Rs. 5,000 in India. Hopefully, you will like our approach.

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