Best Amazon October Prime Day gaming keyboard deals 2023: Mechanical, TKL & more

Joel Loynds

A gaming keyboard can be one of the best bits of kit you pick up during the sales of Prime Day. Here’s our top selections.

Gaming keyboards can be just about whatever you want them to be, but you want to be careful on Prime Day, as Amazon is filled with a lot of cheap and nasty boards. This page will bring you the highest-quality devices available on the platform. We’ve reviewed plenty over the last few months and we’ve got recommendations.

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Mechanical keyboard Prime Day deals

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Amazon also stocks excellent mechanical keyboards from Keychron, as well as Corsair’s range, so whatever style or way you want your device to be, it’ll probably be featured on Prime Day.

TKL & small keyboard Prime Day deals

Need some more space on your desk? Then you want a TKL keyboard or one of the many smaller devices that crop up. From Numpadless boards to 40% devices, we have you covered if you ever want to try a smaller board.

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