5 Best Gaming Keyboards Under Rs 1000 (Updated)

Gaming Keyboards Under Rs 1000

The gaming industry is growing day by day, whether you play games for enjoyment or to make money, you will need a good keyboard for better gameplay.

Because of the growing industry, we have tons of budget gaming keyboards available in India but just like any other product, you can’t buy a random keyboard and that’s the reason, I’m here with some of the best gaming keyboards which you can buy under Rs 1000 in India.

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Zebronics Zeb-Transformer-k

Zebronics Zeb Transformer k

Zebronics is an Indian brand that offers budget products and this is the best gaming keyboard they’re offering at this movement in India. 

The build quality is awesome on this keyboard, Zebronics has used an Aluminium Body which will last for a long time. The keys are also made out of good plastic, again, this is not a mechanical keyboard but they will give you that mechanical keys vibe because of their key sounds.

The keyboard has 4 light colors which you can change from the keyboard itself. The keyboard also has a braided cable which means that even if you’re a rough user, the wire will last for a long time.

Now, this is not an RGB keyboard because the Zebronics has only added LED light below the keys, so the LEDs will just light up, it won’t give you that true RG light that comes from the letters.

Overall, for the Rs 999, Zebronics has provided almost all the features but if you want that true RGB light then you will need to speed more than Rs 1000 because no company will provide true RGB lights under Rs 1000.

By the way, I have used the Zebronics Zeb-Transformer-k Gaming Keyboard for about a year and now I’m using the Logitech G213 Gaming Keyboard which is available at Rs 3999. 

I bought the Logitech G213 because I wanted to buy that keyboard for a long time but back then I didn’t have the Rs 4000 to spend on Keyboard but when I got the money, I went with it…

Evo Fox Fireblade

Evo Fox Fireblade

This is a compact yet good-looking gaming keyboard you can buy for under Rs 1000. Again, this too doesn’t have the true RGB lights, it relies on LEDs, just like Zebronics Zeb-Transformer-k.

The wire quality is also good, it has a 1.5m Long Braided Cable which means that even if you’re sitting far from the monitor, you will be able to play games comfortably.

By the way, the keyboard has a plastic build but Evo Fox has used good quality plastic, so no issue with the build, it will last for a long time. There is also 19-Key Anti Ghosting which is good for budget gaming keyboards.

One thing I noticed is that the keyboard keys are not made out of good quality plastic compared to Zebronics Zeb-Transformer-k but also, this is a budget gaming keyboard, so don’t expect everything.

Overall, if you want a good-looking budget gaming keyboard then this could be a good option to consider. Also, this is not a mechanical keyboard but it will give you the mechanical keyboard vibes because the keys are bigger and it will create that sound that mechanical keyboards have.

HP K500F

HP K500F

Here comes one of my favorite budget gaming keyboards, it has almost everything except the palm rest, that’s the only missing feature other than that, it’s a good budget gaming keyboard that you can consider buying for under Rs 1000 in India.

It also has 26 anti-ghost keys and a Windows lock key, This will make your gaming expect better than ever.

For some reason, HP didn’t use a Braided Cable, it has a typical rubber cable, so make sure you use this keyboard carefully because the cable might.

By the way, just like every single budget keyboard, the upper body is made out of metal, and the bottom part is made out of plastic. Now, there is no issue with the build quality, for the price of Rs 999, HP has done a great job.

Overall, if you’re looking for a good-looking and a bit bigger keyboard then this could be a good option but if you’re a rough user then you might need to think because it has rubber cable and the quality of the cable is also not that great.

Redgear Blaze

Redgear Blaze Semi-Mechanical Gaming keyboard

The Redgear Blaze is one of those gaming keyboards that has everything except good design, the design is most important in a gaming setup but if you’re that person who buys the product by looking at the value compared to its design then you can just order the Redgear Blaze right away.

It is made out of aluminum which is a great thing to have on a budget keyboard and it will last for a long time because of its build quality.

It also has 19 anti-ghost keys and a Windows lock key.

Again, it doesn’t have true RGB lights, there are 3 LED lights which you will be able to change from the keyboard itself. The wire is also Braided which again is better than rubber.

Redgear Blaze also has palm rest, this will let you play games for hours. Talking about myself, whenever I buy a keyboard, I always look for a keyboard that has comfortable palm rest because I write a lot and I need something where my hands can rest.

Overall, if you’re okay with the old design then you can consider the Redgear Blaze gaming keyboard, I think you will be more than happy with the keyboard.


If I have to choose a gaming keyboard under Rs 1000 for myself then I would go with HP K500F because of its design and keys, by the way, I have a palm rest, so that won’t be a big issue for me.

Now, I mentioned all the keyboards are good and that’s why I have added them to this list, each keyboard has its own features, so choose the one that makes your gaming expect better or your writing experience better.

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