Best Keyboard For Valorant 2020


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Valorant is a game of mechanics, precise aiming, and outsmarting your opponents using your skills. Valorant in its simplest form is basically what you get when you combine Overwatch and CSGO. Part of being a good Valorant player is having some good equipment to compliment your good skillset.

Best Keyboard For Valorant 2020

In today’s list we are going to be compiling an assortment of keyboards that you can use for Valorant. All keyboards are of excellent quality and provides exceptional value to anyone who uses it.


1. Best Budget Keyboard – Steelseries Apex M750

The first keyboard on the list is a mechanical keyboard by SteelSeries. It is a full 104 key keyboard, with each key having a SteelSeries QX2 Linear Mechanical RGB Switch. The switches are linear and quiet, it definitely won’t annoy other people around you. The switches have a 2mm actuation point and a total travel distance of 4mm. SteelSeries guarantees that each switch can last at least 50 million keypresses, so you don’t need to worry about its durability. It also has 100% Anti-Ghosting feature, so it ensures that you can press multiple buttons at the same time and have all of them be recognized by the computer.

The SteelSeries Apex M750 has a pretty great build quality because of its aluminum alloy body frame. Each individual key has RGB and can be set to any color you want. There are also some various patterns and effects that you can choose from. There are also some notification controls within the SteelSeries Engine app, allowing you to set certain colors to light up whenever you receive new notifications. The SteelSeries Apex M750 is a great mechanical keyboard with tons of different uses. It is a mechanical gaming keyboard designed for gaming, added with a little bit more flare.


Our pick for the best wireless keyboard is no other than the Logitech G915 Lightspeed Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. It makes use of Logitech’s Lightspeed Wireless technology, ensuring that there is no trade-off when going from a full wired keyboard to a wireless one. You can choose from three different switches to satisfy your needs. The GL Clicky has an audible and tactile feedback for those who prefer the noisy keyboards, the GL Tactile has a gentle bump for those who want the tactile responsiveness without being too noisy, and the GL Linear, a smooth and relatively silent key.

There are also 5 programmable “G” keys on the left side of the keyboard that you can use as shortcuts or macros, depending on your preference. It has some dedicated media buttons for playing audio files. It can last about 30 hours on a full charge with 100% brightness on the RGB, and it will notify you if the battery is at 15%, allowing you to charge it up before you run out of juice.

The Logitech G915 is pretty well-built and sturdy. It has low profile keys, so despite being a full mechanical keyboard with some additional keys, it’s still relatively compact. You can also make use of either the included Lightspeed USB receiver for 1ms response times, or connect through Bluetooth if you choose to. You can also charge and use the device, allowing you to continue gaming without interruption. The G915 is definitely one of the best mechanical keyboards for Valorant, it has some solid performance and exceptional value. If the $249.99 price tag doesn’t bother you, the Logitech G915 is a really good investment to make.

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The Corsair K55 is a great and very affordable keyboard designed for gaming. It’s overall very good even though it’s not a mechanical keyboard. The K55 uses rubber dome switches that also has some RGB. The keyboard has 110 keys, together with 6 fully programmable macro keys on the side. It has 10 RGB backlight modes, allowing you to switch easily. It features an 8-key anti-ghosting accuracy, meaning that you can press up to 8 keys at the same time, and all 8 of them will get registered. It also has a 1000Hz report rate, so it can definitely battle it out with the mechanical keyboards.

The K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard has some dedicated media controls, allowing you to play/pause, skip, or go back a track all using your keyboard. It also has some dedicated volume controls, allowing you to adjust the volume on the fly. Its height can be adjustable and it has a detachable palm rest included. For a sub $50 keyboard, the Corsair K55 provides great value for your money.


The SteelSeries Apex Pro is one of the best keyboards available in the market today. It uses OmniPoint switches that is claimed to have a response time of 0.7ms. Its actuation point can also be adjusted anywhere from 0.4mm to 3.6mm allowing you to pick an actuation point you feel comfortable with. It also has a clickable metal roller and a media key that allows you to adjust your volume and settings, change the brightness, skip or rewind a track, play/pause, and a lot more.

The frame is made of aluminum alloy frame making it sturdy and robust. Each key also has dynamic RGB so that you can set each key to any color you want. The Apex Pro also has a dedicate USB pass-through port, that you can use to connect your other USB devices without reaching the back of your computer. Another great feature that makes this keyboard stand out is the OLED Smart display screen integration.

You can use the screen to adjust different settings, change profiles, select songs, see updates or even get notifications, right on your keyboard. The keyboard also comes with a magnetic wrist rest for full palm support. The SteelSeries Apex Pro has everything you ever need to customize your keyboard and more. The $199.99 price tag is definitely a huge wall to get over, since that’s within the wireless keyboard price range, but you can’t go wrong with buying the SteelSeries Apex Pro.


The Ducky set of keyboards are a very beloved and highly used keyboard within the gaming community. A lot of different gamers and streamers own a Ducky keyboard, while others even have more than one Ducky keyboard. The Ducky One 2 Mini is a great small, compact and lightweight keyboard that is great for small spaces or for carrying around when you are traveling.

The switch choices for the Ducky One 2 Mini are Cherry MX Red, Cherry MX Blue, or Cherry MX Brown. Cherry switches are considered by most to be one of the best switches in the market, they are proven and tested by millions of gamers worldwide. The keyboard makes use of the USB Type C wire to connect and is fully RGB capable giving it a better look.

It makes use of a 60% keyboard layout, meaning that it is 40% smaller than a fully sized keyboard. It has all the essentials you need to game, so don’t worry on missing out a few keys. A smaller keyboard gives you more space to move your mouse around allowing you to achieve better flicks and quick turns around corners. It only has a total of 61 keys and pretty much nothing else. The Ducky One 2 Mini is truly a small and compact keyboard and is perfect for people who only want the basics, or for people who want more mouse room on their desk.


The Razer Huntsman Elite is the number 1 selling keyboard in the US for 2019. That alone, tells you how good this Razer keyboard truly is. It makes use of the Opto-Mechanical switches that Razer always promotes, which makes use of infrared light to instantly activate the keys upon pressing. You can choose from 2 optical switches, the Clicky (Purple) ones or the Linear (Red) ones, both of which makes use of the Opto-mechanical technology, so it all comes down to your personal preference. The main advantage that the Opto-mechanical switches provide are faster actuation, more stabilized, and better durability.

The look of the Huntsman Elite is simply stunning. Each key is fully RGB programmable but the sides of the keyboard also has some RGB, and lastly the included magnetic leather wrist rest also has RGB incorporated into its sides, making it truly a Razer keyboard. The keyboard is also sturdy because of its aluminum matte top plate, reducing the keyboard’s flex. It also has some dedicated media buttons to play/pause, skip or rewind your tracks, plus the volume wheel allows you to mute and control your volume all while in-game. The Razer Huntsman Elite truly is an excellent keyboard that has exceptional value.

All the keyboards within this list can all be used for playing Valorant. You can’t go wrong with using any of them, no matter how cheap or expensive they may be. Some of them provide other comforts and extras that you cannot find on other keyboards, so it all comes down to your personal choice and preference. They can help you take your game to the next level and are definitely among the best keyboards for playing Valorant.

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