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6 Best Gam­ing Key­boards under Rs 3000 in India

Best Selecting and buying gaming peripherals is by no means an easy task. You have to look into several things like feedback, lighting, and the overall performance, and the same is true for picking up the best gaming keyboard as well. From lighting zones to the feedback and the number of extra keys, you have to check plenty of things.


Luckily for you, we have compiled a list of the best entry-level gaming keyboards that you can buy in India. In this post, we have mentioned various features, such as the types of keys, the number of programmable keys, or if the lighting is customizable as per your preference. All these keyboards cost below Rs 3,000.

So, what are we waiting for? Let’s get started.


At the same time, the feedback of the membrane keyboard is great for the casual gamer in you. In fact, as per user reviews, it’s comfortable to use it for long sessions. And the adjustable-height is the cherry on top.

The primary feature of this keyboard is that the Windows key can be locked so that there are no annoying pop-ups mid-game. Apart from that, the LED lights can be very changed very conveniently. All you need to do is press on the Scroll Lock key, and that’s about it.

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As you may have guessed, the lighting can be toggled via the Pause/Break key, and the brightness can be easily adjusted via the Page Up and Page Down keys. The lighting is not too bright and is pleasant to the eyes.

Again, it’s not a full mechanical keyboard, but the good thing is that the keys can be changed when the need arises. Furthermore, the USB port of the wire comes with a neat cap that you can keep closed when the keyboard is not in use.

Overall, it’s a good keyboard and is comfortable to use at the same time. The keys do not get stuck to each other. In a nutshell, if you are looking for a budget gaming keyboard, the Night Hawk Nk101 is a good gaming accessory for you to invest in.


Priced at almost double the prices of the above keyboards, the Corsair K55 enhances the gaming experience. Furthermore, the keys aren’t noisy, and the feedback is also quite decent.

Furthermore, it works with the iCue software, thus letting you control the lights. At the same time, you can cycle through three brightness settings (along with a dozen of pre-configured lighting modes), and except for the media keys, almost every single key lights up.

Last but not least, you also get a detachable palm rest along with a Windows-lock key. Cool, right?


Plus, the short key distance ensures that your gaming is spot-on. The product is sturdy and durable, and Redgear claims that it can last up to 70 million keystrokes.

The only downside to this keyboard is that the keys do not have individual LEDs underneath them. So, you won’t be able to convert the keyboard’s lighting into a single color. On the upside, you get to toggle between different modes like Breathing and Gaming, among others.

Also, the Redgear MK881 keyboard doesn’t come with a palm rest.

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It comes with RGB color lighting that lets you personalize up to 5 lighting zones. And that’s not all. It’s also one of those rare keyboards that offer full key-by-key lighting features. Cool, I’d say.

Even though it’s a membrane keyboard, the keys perform their best in delivering the output sought by both casual gamers and hard-core gamers. Plus, if you want to dabble with macros or programmable keys, you can mess around keys from F1 to F12. Last but not least, you get the comfort of a palm rest for long and tedious gaming sessions.


When it comes to lighting, there are six lighting effects from which you can choose from. Plus, you get to play around with three brightness levels.

The best thing about the HyperX Alloy Core RGB Keyboard is that there are dedicated switches for the lighting controls. These are built at top of the keyboard. So you do not have to mess around with the Alt key or the Fn key. Apart from that, the volume controls are tucked away at the right corner of the keyboard. Overall, this keyboard balances looks, functionality, and looks brilliantly. If you have the budget for this keyboard, I’d say you should go for it.


So these were some of the best gaming keyboards in India under Rs 3,000. While the ones priced below Rs 1,500 can be termed as basic. Thankfully, the features increase as you move higher up the price ladder.