Hello, India. Today, in this article, I'm gonna show you the 14 best mechanical keyboards for gamers, programmers and copywriters to buy in India. In terms of typing experience, mechanical keyboards are far better than the membrane keyboards. But they're noisy too. They are only different in terms switches used in. Today, there're many manufacturers of mechanical switches, because Cherry MX's patent has been expired. Before Cherry MX, it wasn't possible to get it under such a low price. So, I'm going to show you 14 of the best under 10,000 price.

So, let's get started.

14 Best Mechanical Keyboards under 10,000

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Mechanical KeyboardSwitchPrice
Redragon Visnu K561Outemu BlueBuy Now
Corsair K70 Rapid FireCherry MX RedBuy Now
Logitech G512GX BrownBuy Now
Redragon K576R DaksaCustom BlueBuy Now
HyperX Alloy OriginsHyperX RedBuy Now
HyperX Alloy Origins CoreHyperX RedBuy Now
Asus CerberusKailh BrownBuy Now
LexonElec Ajazz AK33Outemu BlackBuy Now
Redragon Varuna K559Custom GreenBuy Now
Motospeed CK61Outemu BlueBuy Now
Lenovo YKailh RedBuy Now
Logitech G413Romar-GBuy Now
PictekCraterBuy Now
Docooler Magic Refiner Mk-11Outemu BlueBuy Now
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Redragon Visnu K561

Best Overall.

Redragon Visnu K561 Mechanical Keyboard.

Total keys: 87 | Compact keyboard, 4 Brightness levels, and 50M keystrokes life | 12 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 36.32 x 16.51 x 3.3 cms | Weight: 0.771 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Outemu Blue, 4mm travel, 2mm actuation.

  • Pretty clicky and tactile
  • RGB backlit with 12 effects
  • Medium-weight
  • N-key rollover
  • 100% Anti-ghosting
  • Pretty solid and sturdy build
  • Quite bright LEDs
  • Windows lock key
  • Too noisy
  • Not compatible with Android and iOS

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This Redragon's Visnu K561 mechanical keyboard is best for both gaming despite Outemu blue switches and programmers & copywriters. In short, it is best overall. Typing on this device is pretty impressive due to the consistent tactile feedback if you don't count noise.

Furthermore, Redragon has very precisely drawn the fonts on the double-shot injection keycaps which don't erase with time. Despite the medium-weight, this keyboard feels quite a sturdy, thanks to the rubber leg. It feels pretty solid, thanks to the aluminium plate fitted on it. In addition to that, it's 33mm height sets the finger at perfect elevation for comfort typing. So, quite a good product by Redragon. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to the typing sound of this mechanical keyboard to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Redragon Visnu K561 Mechanical Keyboard

Corsair K70 RapidFire

Outstanding for Competitive Gamers.

Corsair K70 RapidFire mechanical full size keyboard

Total keys: 104 | Full-size keyboard, 3 Brightness levels, and 50M keystrokes life | 5 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 43.6 x 16.51 x 3.8 cms | Weight: 1.20 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Cherry MX Red, 4mm travel, 1.2mm actuation.

  • Pretty linear
  • Quiet
  • Dedicated media control keys
  • Dedicated volume roller
  • Red backlit
  • N-Key rollover
  • 100% anti-ghosting
  • Dedicated windows lock key
  • Pretty sturdy and solid aluminium build
  • Not tactile
  • Not compatible with Android and iOS
  • Little bit heavy
  • Only single colour backlit

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This Corsair K70 is pretty useful and popular mechanical keyboard for competitive gamers due to its cherry MX red switches. These switches are faster and linear due to no tactile bump inside. As a result, the actuation travel is just 1.2mm, which is necessary during gaming.

I wouldn't recommend it to programmers and copywriters because tactile feedback is very important for them.

In addition to that, this keyboard has dedicated media control keys. Other important ones are dedicated windows lock key and a volume roller. It makes this mechanical device different than others. And, only red backlit is looks pretty awkward for this one since many laptops under ₹10,000 in India comes with RGB backlit and many effects. Anyway, watch the following YouTube video to listen to the Typing Sound of this mechanical keyboard to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Corsair K70 Mechanical Keyboard

Logitech G512

Best for Copywriters & Programmers.

Logitech G512 Mechanical Full size keyboard.

Total keys: 104 | Full-size keyboard and 50M keystrokes life | 8 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 44.5 x 13.2 x 3.6 cms | Weight: 1.13 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: GX Brown, 4mm travel, 1.9mm actuation.

  • Pretty impressive tactile feedback
  • RGB backlit with 16.8M color style
  • Windows lock key
  • Lightsync RGB backlit
  • Pretty sturdy and solid Al+Mg build
  • Little bit heavy
  • Not compatible with Android and iOS

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This Logitech G512 mechanical keyboard has GX brown switches that travel 4mm distance to give you pretty impressive tactile feedback.

It has RGB backlit with 16.M colour style. Furthermore, they are customizable with Lightsync technology. Typing on the keyboard is quite a good experience. The double-shot injection keycaps ensure the fonts won't get erased out. In addition to that, this keyboard is also useful for gamers, despite not having red switches. The design is pretty attractive, and the aluminium+magnesium build is pretty solid. This is quiet compared to Blue switch mechanical keyboards. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to Typing Sound to get an idea of what to expect under ₹10,000 price range Logitech product.

Typing Sound of Logitech G512 Mechanical Keyboard

Redragon K576R Daksa

Best for Compact Keyboard Lovers.

Redragon K576R Daksa Tenkeyless mechanical keyboard.

Total keys: 87 | Compact keyboard and 50M keystrokes life | 12 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 35.70 x 13 x 3.5 cms | Weight: 1.08 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Custom Blue, 4mm travel.

  • Clicky and Tactile
  • RGB backlit of 6 colours with 19 effects
  • Pretty solid and sturdy aluminium+ABS build
  • Double-shot injection keycaps
  • Noisy
  • Numeric pad is gone
  • Not compatible with Android and iOS

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One more from Redragon under ₹10K price mainly for copywriters and programmers. The custom of blue switches of this K576R Daksha keyboard travels 4mm distance that results in a very clicky experience.

This one is good for those who love the compact keyboard. In addition to that, the fonts on the double-shot injected keycaps are pretty attractive when backlit is ON. Due to the high key-travel, you won't find it useful for gaming. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to the Typing Sound of this mechanical keyboard to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Redragon K576R Daksa Mechanical Keyboard

HyperX Alloy Origins

Best for Competitive Gamers.

HyperX Alloy Origins Full size Mechanical Keyboard.

Total keys: 104 | Full size keyboard and 80M keystrokes life | 7 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 44.20 x 13.21 x 3.81 cms | Weight: 1.07 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: HyperX Red, 3.8mm travel, 2mm actuation travel.

  • Pretty Linear
  • RGB backlit with dynamic effects
  • Detachable USB Type-C cable
  • Pretty solid and sturdy full-aluminium body
  • N-key rollover
  • 100% Anti-ghosting
  • Windows lock key
  • Double-shot injection keycaps
  • Not a tactile
  • Not quiet like other red switches keyboard
  • Not compatible with Android and iOS

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This HyperX Alloy Origins's red switches are as precise as Cherry MX Red. In terms of design, this one seems to overprice. But, the performance is pretty impressive due to only 45g of force required for actuation. This is the close follower of Corsair K70. Due to lack of the tactile bump in the switches, this one is only popular in gamers. And I also wouldn't recommend this one.

Furthermore, its full aluminium body makes it sturdy enough to resist extra force during gaming. And, the USB cable here is detachable which I personally like under ₹10,000 price mechanical keyboard. And, the backlit is also customizable with HyperX NGenuity software. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to Typing Sound to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of HyperX Alloy Origins Mechanical Keyboard

HyperX Alloy Origins Core

HyperX Alloy Origins Core Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard.

Total keys: 87 | Compact keyboard and 80M keystrokes life | 7 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 35.81 x 12.95 x 3.56 cms | Weight: 0.860 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: HyperX Red, 3.8mm travel, 2mm actuation travel.

  • Pretty Linear
  • Medium-weight
  • Detachable USB Type-C cable
  • N-Key rollover
  • 100% Anti-ghosting
  • Windows lock key
  • Double-shot injection keycaps
  • Not a tactile
  • Not quiet like other red switches keyboard
  • Numeric pad is gone
  • Not compatible with Mac, Android, and iOS

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This mechanical keyboard is a compact version of the just above one comes under ₹9,000 in India. It's to note that this one is medium-weight which make it easy for portable use. But, you gonna miss the Numeric pad which although not required mostly in gaming. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to Typing Sound.

Typing Sound of HyperX Alloy Origins Core Mechanical Keyboard

Asus Cerberus

Asus Cerberus Mechanical Keyboard.

Total keys: 104 | Full size keyboard and 70M keystrokes life | 6 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 44.80 x 15 x 3.50 cms | Weight: 1.24 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Kailh Brown, 4mm travel, 2mm of actuation.

  • Pretty tactile and medium clicky
  • Quiet
  • RGB backlit with 7 effects
  • N-key rollover
  • 100% Anti-ghosting
  • Windows lock key
  • Double-shot injection keycaps
  • Not detachable capable
  • Little bit heavy
  • Not compatible with Android and iOS

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This Asus Cerberus mechanical keyboard consists of Kailh brown switches which gives pretty tactile feedback. Also, they are medium clicky than blue switches. As a result, this one is great for Copywriters and Programmers.

With a 45g for force and 2mm of actuation travel, Gaming is still possible with no resistance except for a tactile bump. In addition to that, it's also below-average noisy, which adds an additional reward. In terms of design, this keyboard pretty classic. But, it does come with RGB backlit with 7 preset effects. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to Typing Sound to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Asus Cerberus Mechanical Keyboard

LexonElec Ajazz AK33

Overall Below-average!

LexonElec Ajazz AK33 Mechanical 60% Keyboard.

Total keys: 82 | Compact keyboard and 50M keystrokes life | 8 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 31 x 12 x 3.68 cms | Weight: 0.670 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Outemu Black, 4mm travel.

  • Pretty linear and fairly quiet
  • Detachable USB cable
  • N-key rollover
  • 100% Anti-ghosting
  • Blue backlit with 6 effects
  • Require a bit more force to register a keystroke
  • Feels more compact
  • Numeric pad is gone
  • Not compatible with iOS and Android

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This Ajazz AK33 mechanical keyboard comes with Outemu black switch which requires a 65g of force to register a keystroke. Such an amount is too high for gamers and copywriters. Gamers need to hold some keys for a long, and that creates pain in fingers.

And, copywriters type for a long time which in turn creates a similar situation to gamers. In addition to that, this keyboard feels more compact compared to the compact keyboards I've tested like HyperX Alloy Origins Core. Anyway, watch the following YouTube video to listen to Typing Sound.

Typing Sound of LexonElec Ajazz AK33 Mechanical Keyboard

Redragon Varuna K559

Redragon Varuna K559 Full Size Mechanical Keyboard.

Total keys: 104 | Full size keyboard, 4 brightness levels, and 50M keystrokes life | 12 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 44.5 x 17 x 4 cms | Weight: 1.1 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Custom Green, 4mm travel.

  • Pretty tactile, clicky, and medium noisy
  • RGB backlit with 18 effects
  • N-key rollover
  • 100% Anti-ghosting
  • Windows lock key
  • Pretty sturdy metal base with plastic bottom
  • Not compatible with iOS and Android
  • Little heavy
  • Long typing is painful

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This Redragon Varuna K559 mechanical keyboard is equipped with Custom Green switches. The switches are equivalent to the Cherry MX Green. They require 80g of force which is too much for long-typing. It creates pain in fingers. This device is only recommended for gaming.

However, this one should be 2nd or 3rd choice if the price is concerned. In terms of design, it looks like a gaming keyboard. The double-injection keycaps consist of fonts design that meets the gaming environment. Well, nothing special under ₹10,000 price. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to the Typing Sound of this device to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Redragon Varuna K559 Mechanical Keyboard

Motospeed CK61

Motospeed CK61 60% mechanical keyboard.

Total keys: 61 | Very compact keyboard, 4 brightness levels, and 80M keystrokes life | 12 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac OS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 28.5 x 9 x 1.8 cms | Weight: 0.437 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Outemu Blue, 4mm travel.

  • Pretty tactile and clicky
  • Lightweight
  • Best for portable use
  • Detachable USB Type-C cable
  • N-key rollover
  • 100% Anti-ghosting
  • Windows lock key
  • RGB backlit with many effects
  • Too noisy
  • Not compatible with Android and iOS

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This Motospeed CK61 mechanical device is too noisy compared to other Outemu blue switches keyboard. It's lightweight and comes with detachable USB Type-C cable for portable uses. It's recommended for programmers and copywriters.

But, take a note that this one will disturb your entire conference room. In addition to that, the double-injection keycaps consist of the finely designed fonts which look pretty attractive. Well, a very compact mechanical keyboard under ₹6000 to buy in India. Furthermore, to listen to Typing Sound, watch the following YouTube video.

Typing Sound of Motospeed CK61 Mechanical Keyboard

Lenovo Y

Lenovo Y Full size mechanical keyboard.

Total keys: 124 | Full size keyboard, 4 brightness levels, and 80M keystrokes life | 8 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 52.83 x 19.05 x 3.81 cms | Weight: 1.43 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Kailh Red, 4mm travel.

  • Pretty linear and quiet
  • Dedicated multimedia and programming keys
  • Windows lock key
  • Headphone, microphone, and USB 2.0 slots
  • Red backlit
  • Detachable wrist rest pad
  • No N-Key rollover
  • No 100% Anti-ghosting
  • A very little flex found at the plastic build

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Lenovo has equipped Kailh Red mechanical switches which are lower quality compared to Cherry MX Red. This one pretty useful for gamers because of 50g of force requirement. However, on the con side, this keyboard doesn't come with N-key rollover. The plastic build is not all-sturdy, there is no metal plate.

It's designed mainly for gaming purposes. In addition to that, under ₹10,000 prices, Lenovo has just provided a Red backlit with 4-level. There's something extra. You control the brightness of WASD and Arrow keys separately, which has appreciated me. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to Typing Sound to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Lenovo Y Mechanical Keyboard

Logitech G413

Best Overall Except in Design!

Logitech G413 Full size mechanical keyboard.

Total keys: 104 | Full size keyboard, 4 brightness levels, and 50M keystrokes life | 6 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 44.5 x 13 x 3.6 cms | Weight: 1.1 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Romer-G, 3.2mm travel.

  • Pretty tactile and quiet
  • USB 2.0 slot
  • Pretty solid and sturdy Al+Mg build
  • 26 Key rollover
  • Windows lock key
  • Red backlit with different effects
  • No N-key rollover
  • Little bit heavy
  • No RGB backlit

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Logitech has authority in the world of a mechanical gaming keyboard. And, this Logitech G413 reflects it. This one has Romer-G tactile switches which take 50g of force for tactile feedback and 3.2mm travel.

That's pretty good for gaming as well as copywriting and programming. All I can say, this one is designed for all. However, there's something that lacks in this device. It has no N-Key rollover, only one red colour backlit. In short, it's not premium in design. But, I've to accept its premium performance. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to the Typing Sound of this keyboard to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Logitech G413 Mechanical Keyboard

Pictek

Pictek Mechanical Keyboard.

Total keys: 104 | Full size keyboard, 5 brightness levels, and 50M keystrokes life | 12 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows and Mac | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 48.1 x 20.5 x 4.1 cms | Weight: 0.96 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Crater Elastic Blue, 4mm travel.

  • Tactile feedback
  • 25 Key roll-over
  • 8 Dedicated multimedia keys
  • Dedicated volume roller
  • RGB backlit with 12 effects
  • Windows lock key
  • Bit mushy space bar
  • A very little flex found

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This Pictek mechanical keyboard is just okay. Under a ₹10,000 price range, you gonna get dedicated multimedia keys, RGB backlit, and a plastic body.

It gives tactile feedback, but I found it equivalent to Outemu Blue switches. To listen to the typing sound, watch the following YouTube video.

Typing Sound of Pictek Mechanical Keyboard

Docooler Magic Refiner MK-11

DoCooler Magic Refiner MK-11 Mechanical Tenkeyless keyboard.

Total keys: 87 | Compact keyboard and 50M keystrokes life | 12 Multimedia keys | Compatibility: Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS | 1.8 meters long cable | Dimensions: 35 x 15.3 x 3.5 cms | Weight: 1.25 kg | Passthrough: USB | Switch: Outemu Blue, 4mm travel.

  • Pretty tactile and clicky
  • Dedicated media control keys
  • Dedicated volume and backlit brightness roller
  • 3 Bluetooth channel
  • Works on dual mode
  • 1200mAh Li-ion battery
  • Compatible with most OS
  • Detachable USB cable
  • Dedicated Windows lock key
  • RGB backlit with 18 effects
  • Bluetooth mode has only 6-Key rollover

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This Magic-Refiner MK11 is the amazing mechanical keyboard. It gives pretty tactile and clicky typing experience. In addition to that, the 3 devices can connect to this keyboard simultaneously, thanks to the 3 Bluetooth channel. It also works on Dual or single-mode. However, it does come with one drawback.

It only supports 6-Key rollover during BT mode compared to N-Key rollover during the wired mode. You cannot use it while travelling because of its heavyweight. For wireless use, the device must be present under the range of 10 meter, which is pretty long. Take a note that there is no directional restriction for wireless use. The one thing that had impressed me is a backlit roller which you won't find even in most premium mechanical keyboards. Furthermore, watch the following YouTube video to listen to Typing Sound to get an idea of what to expect.

Typing Sound of Docooler Magic-Refiner MK11 Mechanical Keyboard

So, that’s all for the ₹10,000 price range mechanical keyboards you can buy in India. For further assistance, you can also contact us on Twitter. Also, do not forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

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