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Christmas Gift Guide 2017: Mechanical Keyboards under Php6K




We’ve given you a list of the top budget mechanical keyboards available on the market right now. This time let’s kick it up a notch to the more mainstream offerings of the big name brands. I’m pretty sure most consumers will now be familiar with the names of the manufacturers on this list, so without further ado here is our Christmas Gift Guide for Mechanical Keyboards under Php6k.

Author’s Note: Prices are subject to change without prior notice and differ depending on the retailer or shop.

Razer Mechanical Keyboards

Let’s bring out the big guns right off the bat: Razer. This brand needs no introduction as every gamer on the face of the planet has most probably heard of them. They are one of the first go-to brands when it comes to gaming peripherals. Now, the company’s products don’t come cheap but with that price tag, gamers can be sure that the item they’ll get is of premium quality. Here’s a list of their mechanical keyboards.

Tenkeyless (TKL)

Razer Blackwidow X Tournament Edition Php 4,199 @ Razer Online/Authorized Stores
Cherry MX Blue Switches
No LED
Black


Full-Size

Razer Blackwidow X UltimatePhp 5,299 @ Razer Online/Authorized Stores
Cherry MX Blue Switches
Green LED
Black

Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2016Php 5,499 @ Razer Online/Authorized Stores
Razer Mechanical Switches (Green)
Green LED
Black

Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Stealth 2016Php 5,799 @ Razer Online/Authorized Stores
Razer Mechanical Switches (Orange)
Green LED
Black

Logitech Mechanical Keyboards

Logitech is yet another go-to brand when it comes to gaming peripherals. They are internationally known to create a wide portfolio of accessories from budget offerings up to the e-sports level. The company even sponsors an e-sports team of their own. Like Razer, Logitech has also developed their own mechanical switches dubbed Romer-G. Here’s a list of their mechanical keyboards.

Tenkeyless (TKL)

Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn – Php 5,150 @ PC Express
Romer-G Switches
Blue LED
Black

Logitech G Pro – Php 5,600 @ DynaQuest PC
Romer-G Switches
RGB
Black

Full-Size

Logitech G613 – Php 4,620 @ PCHub
Romer-G Switches
No LED
Black
Wireless

Logitech G413 Carbon – Php 4,695 @ DataBlitz
Romer-G Switches
Red LED
Black

Logitech G610 Orion Brown– Php 5,800 @ DynaQuest PC
Cherry MX Brown Switches
White LED
Black

SteelSeries Mechanical Keyboard

Another go-to brand for gaming peripherals, SteelSeries has been known to manufacture quality peripherals from headsets to mice. They’ve even partnered with MSI to manufacture the company’s gaming laptop keyboards. The company does focus more on their headset line though and has released but a few keyboards, most of which are membrane. They do have a cheap mechanical keyboard. See offering below.

SteelSeries Apex M500 – Php 3,150 @ PCHub
Cherry MX Blue or Red Switches
Blue LED
Black

Corsair Mechanical Keyboards

Corsair is also one of those brands that gamers turn to when it comes to peripherals such as mice and keyboards. While their presence is stronger abroad, they were still able to penetrate our markets and a few of their items have made it to our shores. Check out a few of their mechanical keyboards below.

Full-Size

Corsair K66 – Php 3,995 @ DataBlitz
Cherry MX Red Switches
No LED
Black

Corsair Strafe – Php 5,250 @ DynaQuest PC
Cherry MX Red or Brown Switches
Red LED
Black

Corsair K70 Lux – Php 5,950 @ DynaQuest PC
Cherry MX Red or Brown Switches
Red LED
Black
Wrist Rest

CoolerMaster Mechanical Keyboards

CoolerMaster is better known for their desktop components such as CPU coolers and cases, but they also develop and manufacture gaming peripherals. Their products are highly regarded by the gaming community for their quality and features. They’ve only recently entered the mechanical keyboard market game. Here’s a list of their mechanical keyboards.

Tenkeyless (TKL)

Masterkeys Pro S RGB – Php 5,500 @ DynaQuest PC
Cherry MX Blue or Red Switches
Black

Hybrid

Masterkeys Pro M – Php 5,590 @ PCHub
Cherry MX Red Switches
White LED
Black

Full-Size

Masterkeys Pro L – Php 6,000 @ PCHub
Cherry MX Blue Switches
White LED
Black

HyperX Mechanical Keyboard

Famous for their desktop RAM modules and headset Cloud line, Hyper X only recently entered the mechanical keyboard market. Check out their first line-up of keyboards below.

Tenkeyless (TKL)

HyperX Alloy FPS Pro– Php 4,495 @ iTech/GameOnePH
Cherry MX Red Switches
Red LED
Black

Full-Size

HyperX Alloy FPS – Php 4,995 @ iTech/GameOnePH
Cherry MX Blue or Red Switches
Red LED
Black

HyperX Alloy FPS Elite – Php 5,995 @ iTech/GameOnePH
Cherry MX Blue or Red Switches
Red LED
Black
Wrist Rest

ASUS Mechanical Keyboard

Though famous for their laptops and desktop components, ASUS is now making a hard push into the peripherals market. While they only have a few offerings available right now, the company has promised to expand on their accessories. Check out their mechanical keyboard below.

ASUS Strix Tactics Pro – Php 4,350 @ DynaQuest
Cherry MX Red/Blue/Black Switches
Yellow LED
Black

Ducky and MagicForce Mechanical Keyboards

Ducky and MagicForce are manufacturers of mech keyboards that are not famously known outside the circle of mechanical keyboard enthusiasts. Although these manufacturers create a few of the best customizable mechanical keyboards out there, hence they are a favorite of most mech keyboard enthusiasts. Locally though their products are hard to find, luckily there are retailers who have these bad boys in stock.

Tenkeyless (TKL)

MagicForce 68 Typewriter – Php 3,300 @ SoftBox Solutions
Gateron Brown Switches
White LED
Typewriter keycaps
White

Ducky Mini – Php 5,000 @ SoftBox Solutions
Cherry MX Blue or Red Switches
Black Keycaps, White Body
60% Keyboard (Keys are less than TKL)

Ducky One TKL RGB – Php 5,700 @ SoftBox Solutions
Cherry MX Mechanical Switches (User’s choice)
Black

Full-Size

MagicForce Crystal 108 – Php 4,400 @ SoftBox Solutions
Gateron Brown or Blue Switches
White LED (Brown Switch variant), Blue LED (Blue Switch variant)
White

Ducky Zero – Php 4,500 @ SoftBox Solutions
Cherry MX Blue Switches
Blue LED
Black

And that’s about it for our mechanical keyboard Christmas guide. Be sure to check out our other Christmas guides. If we missed anything do give us a heads up in the comments section below.



Zen Estacio is a Multimedia Producer for YugaTech. He is the team's laptop guru and one of their resident gamers. He has a monthly column compiling the latest and greatest the Nintendo Switch has to offer. Aside from that, he regularly writes gaming news, reviews, and impressions. You can hit him up at @papanZEN

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2 Responses

  1. sandeee says:

    This is awesome! Pls do a Christmas Gift Guide 2017 on Gaming Mice and Headsets as well!

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