Best Gaming Keyboards Under £50

by Daniel Berry | Last Updated: 02/12/2020

Best Gaming Keyboards Under £50

Gaming can get expensive, between shelling out £60 for the latest games you also have keyboards, mice and headsets to worry about. That’s all without even thinking about your pc hardware itself, which, if your anything like me, you will spend too much on every few years. For that reason, many of you may be looking at more budget peripherals to save a little bit of cash. So with that in mind, I decided to write this guide on the best gaming keyboards under £50.

While often overlooked a keyboard is integral to your gaming setup, and a bad one can leave you at a disadvantage in competitive games. While not as crucial as a mouse, a keyboard is still an important element to your overall setup. So even though you may be on a budget you want to find the best gaming keyboard possible, lets jump in and see what our testing found.

Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard

Our Top Pick
Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard

Full-sized gaming RGB keyboard designed for gaming and productivity; the slim body is built for gamers of all levels with a durable construction that repels liquids, crumbs and dirt for easy clean-up

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The Logitech G213 is a great keyboard available at a great price, while not a mechanical keyboard like some others in the list, at this price point however that may be a plus rather than a negative. Something we will jump into a little later!

The G213 is a full layout keyboard complete with RGB backlighting, I mean is it really gaming if there is no RGB??

Anti Ghosting

The manufacturer has the following to say about ghosting:

The anti-ghosting gaming matrix on this gaming keyboard is tuned for optimal gaming performance, keeping you in control when you press multiple gaming keys simultaneously

So we put it to the test in the video below. Just using a simple testing tool to test simultaneous key presses on any keyboard.


Hey, I'm Dan, I studied computer science with artificial intelligence at Loughborough University. I try to bring my tech knowledge to the posts where it is needed while also offering a DIY view to go with Sam's professional view on tools. I am a very keen DIY'er and have experience of doing everything the completely wrong way.