Best gaming keyboard under 50

Best gaming keyboard under £50: Find the best keyboards on a budget right here

How much would you be willing to spend on a gaming keyboard – £100? £150? Maybe even £200? Try £50! We’ve pulled together our favourite picks for the best gaming keyboard under £50 right here.

If you’re on a budget, you can easily find a good keyboard and mouse for less than £100. Find your favourite keys under £50 below, then check out the best gaming mouse under £30 to complete your controls.


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Razer Cynosa Chroma

The best membrane keyboard

Razer has long been the leader for gaming accessories for all kinds of budgets. If you’re after a gaming keyboard under £50, the Cynosa Chroma is almost certainly the best choice.

With customisable RGB lighting and anti-ghosting for up to ten keys, this Razer keyboard will make you feel like a pro without having to spend like one.

HP Pavilion Gaming 500

The best mechanical keyboard

There aren’t a whole lot of choices for mechanical keyboards under £50, but the Pavilion 500 from HP is a safe bet.

Equipped with gaming-tuned switches, this keyboard provides a smooth but responsive experience, with anti-ghosting and four lighting colours to choose from.

Logitech G213 Prodigy

Best mechanical feel for £50

The keyboard sister of the G203 Prodigy gaming mouse, the Logitech G213 Prodigy is a great £50 keyboard which delivers a mechanical feel at a budget price.

The G213 features Mech-Dome keys which deliver an impressive tactile response, and features five RGB lighting zones for which you can choose from 16.8 million colours.

HyperX Alloy Core RGB

A great RGB keyboard

HyperX accessories are great quality and available for competitive prices at various retailers, which makes them a great choice for gamers on a budget.

The Alloy Core is a fantastic RGB keyboard available right now for under £40. Yes it’s a membrane keyboard, but it’s built to last and with gamers specifically in mind. Check it out.


André Pusey