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Over the course of the day, many people type thousands of words onto a keyboard, whether it’s one physically built into a laptop or a standalone model. Alongside the mouse, they’re the most important peripherals for modern computers and have attracted a huge following of enthusiasts looking for the best typing experience. The Verge covers them all, from Apple’s latest wireless peripherals to clacky mechanical models with custom keycaps and switches designed by enthusiasts and sold through forums.

Drop’s MT3 keycaps are buy one set, get one free through July 31st

Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro review: low profile and low ambitions

Razer’s low-profile DeathStalker keyboard returns with mechanical switches

Corsair K70 Pro Mini Wireless review: a compact, feature-rich gaming keyboard

This diminuative gaming keyboard ticks a lot of boxes

Corsair’s latest mechanical keyboard is its first with hot-swappable switches

The best tech gifts for under $25

SteelSeries brings its adjustable mechanical switches to compact keyboards

The 65-inch TCL 5-Series with Google TV is down to a new low price of $549.99

Keychron’s latest keyboard is a more compact way to get your numpad fix

The delight is in the details of Drop’s new DCX keycaps

Logitech MX Mechanical Mini review: a sensible keyboard for sensible people

Logitech’s new mechanical keyboard is all substance

Logitech’s new mouse and keyboard offer a quieter click and more clack, respectively

Drop is taking 20 percent off select keycaps exclusively for Verge readers

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The Verge’s 2022 Spring Gift Guide

Fun gift ideas for friends, family, and even yourself

Stack Overflow’s copy / paste keyboard now comes with RGB

How the mechanical keyboard went mainstream again

8 years ago the keyboard landscape was a lot squishier

Drop’s new mechanical keyboard keycaps are a different take on a familiar design

There’s a new keycap style in town: DCX

Drop’s MT3 keycap sets are buy one, get one free until April 18th

The Roomba i3 Plus self-emptying vacuum is $90 off for Verge readers

Corsair’s K70 gaming keyboard updated with more responsive optical switches

Glorious GMMK Pro review: easy mode for DIY keyboards

Keychron’s Q3 is a premium keyboard with a more spacious layout

Mountain Everest Max review: peak performance

A keyboard with a lot of great ideas, well executed

Logitech G413 TKL SE review: you get what you pay for

Dygma Raise review: splitting the difference between gaming and ergonomics

Razer brings its analog switches to a compact 60 percent keyboard

Azio Cascade review: a surprisingly solid wireless mechanical keyboard

Drop’s signature MT3 profile mechanical keycaps are buy one get one free

The Asus ROG Strix Flare II Animate: feature-packed, but overpriced

An expensive hot-swappable gaming keyboard that features a dot matrix LED panel

Corsair’s updated full-size K70 keyboard is more responsive and customizable

This custom Asus GPU keycap even comes with a trio of tiny spinning fans

Drop Mythic Journey review: a sturdy keyboard that can’t quite justify its price

A solid keyboard, but not quite $349 solid