Epic Halloween Deal: Gaming Keyboard With Backlit RGB Keys For Just $15 [Today Only]

Want a gaming keyboard? Or, do you want a gaming keyboard for just $15 on Halloween? Oh you do? Then you’ve come to the right place today.

There is one inescapable truth about all computers – unless we want to have the argument about whether a tablet or smartphone is a computer – and that is the fact that they all need a keyboard. If you use a computer, you need something to bash away at when you want to make characters appear on-screen, and it’s been like that since day one. That’s probably why there are so, so many different types of keyboards to choose from and with such varying degrees of reliability, comfort, sound, and aesthetics. Buying a keyboard can be a deeply personal experience for some people, where others just want something that works. If you’re towards the second of those two groups of people, but also want something a little different, you might want to take a look at the AmazonBasics Gaming Keyboard.

Designed to feel like a mechanical keyboard without being hand-built by someone in Germany, this keyboard comes with lighting that is capable of showing you one of 16.8 million colors at any one time. Users can switch between three different color profiles via software, and you can apparently press as many as 19 keys at once to “execute complex moves with precision.” Media controls are also included, as you would expect.

What you might not expect, is the price. The AmazonBasics Gaming Keyboard normally sells for $35.99, but right now you can pick it up for a cool $15 which sounds like a bit of a bargain to us. If you want a gaming keyboard or just a keyboard that makes pretty colors under the keys, this might do the trick for you without costing a fortune. At this price, why not give it a try?

Buy: AmazonBasics Gaming Keyboard from Amazon: $15 | Original price $35.99

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