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Top Budget Mechanical Keyboards




If you ever wanted a satisfying typing experience or even a boost in your gaming performance with fast-paced shooters or mobile arenas then mechanical keyboards are your answer. These keyboards are your next big step in the world of typing and even gaming. These are also some of those machines your friends have that make a loud yet satisfying clickity clackity sound.

While most of you might think that mechanical keyboards will break the bank, there are actually a few out there that are relatively cheap and well-built. So let’s get to them, here are the top budget keyboards you could buy for under Php3k.

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

Redragon Mechanical Keyboards

Already well-known abroad for manufacturing and producing budget-friendly PC accessories, Redragon has recently made its way to local shops and retailers. The company offers a wide range of mechanical keyboards from full-size to TKL (Tenkeyless or without a NumPad). Think of the brand as a poor man’s Razer. Here’s a list of their mechanical keyboards:

Tenkeyless (TKL)

Redragon Kumura K552 – Php 1,880 (Red LED), Php 2,320 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Blue Switches
Black, White Colors

Redragon USAS K553 – Php 1,950 (Red LED), Php 2,440 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Blue Switches
Black, Silver-White Colors

Full-Size (104 Keys)

Redragon Vara K551 – Php 2,130 (Red LED), Php 2,570 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Blue Switches
Black, White Colors

Redragon Kala K557 – Php 2,690 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Blue Switches
Black

Redragon Devarajas K556 – Php 2,820 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Brown Switches
Black

Redragon Varuna K559 – Php 1,950 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Blue Switches
Black

Redragon Anala K558 – Php 1,950 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Blue or Red Switches
Black

Redragon Indrah K555 – Php 3,000 (RGB) @ PCHub
Outemu Blue Switches
Black, Silver-white

Rakk Mechanical Keyboards

If you want to don the Pinoy pride when it comes to PC accessories then there is no better brand to go to than Rakk. The local company is widely popular for their budget-oriented gaming gear, especially their chairs. They do have a notorious reputation of always having little to no stock of their items, then again that only means that the company’s items are a hit for the masses.

Tenkeyless (TKL)

Rakk Kimat Php 2,200 (RGB) @ Rakk
Gateron Black Switches
Black

Full-Size (104 Keys)

Rakk Kimat XTPhp 2,395 (RGB) @ Rakk
Gateron Blue Switches
Black

Rakk Kimat XT.LEPhp 1,795 (RGB) @ Rakk
Outemu Blue Switches
Black

Rakk Kimat XT.2Php 2,695 (RGB) @ Rakk
Gateron Blue Switches
Black

Tecware Mechanical Keyboard

Better known for their budget-friendly PC cases, Tecware surprised the community when they introduced their first ever mechanical keyboard.

Tecware Phantom TKL – Php 1,750 @ PCHub
Outemu Blue or Brown Switches
Red or White LED
Black

And there you have it. Of course, there may be times when sales arrive and other keyboards from much higher price points hit the budget price point, so make sure to always be on the lookout for these events. 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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5 Responses

  1. vainjosiah says:

    hi meron po kayo keycap for sale and hm?

  2. I recently bought a Gigaware KMX-50 Gaming Keyboard (Black) + Gaming Mouse on Lazada and I am satisfied! I wrote a review on it. Very affordable and durable Check it out @

    https://greatphdeals.com/blog/jR/gigaware-kmx-50-mad-warrior-suspended-keypress-gaming-keyboard-black-gaming-mouse-review

  3. dreddurius says:

    Rakk is Yakk. Pure garbage.

  4. Masie says:

    My tecware tenkey key’s aren’t working perfectly anymore, you need to push it down to type in. such a bad experience. I won’t be buying anymore from that brand. Just bought it last year.

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