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You don’t have to sacrifice quality when shopping for a new computer keyboard on a budget. From keyboards for gaming, keyboards for the office, and keyboards designed especially for children, here are my top 5 best computer keyboards under $50:
Fellowes Split Design Microban Keyboard $40 The Fellowes Split Design Microban Keyboard provides uncompromising ergonomic design and comfort while offering all the standard bells-and-whistles you’ve come to expect in a keyboard. This is a must-have budget keyboard for persons suffering from musculoskeletal disorder, repetitive stress injuries, or carpal tunnel syndrome.
Chester Creek LearningBoard Keyboard $36 My first introduction to Chester Creek came when I was babysitting a friends child. Dedicated to child and special needs friendly computer accessories, the Chester Creek LearningBoard is designed for small hands and discovering minds. The keyboard has 107 keys that are colorfully designed to promote proper touch typing habits and an ergonomic palm rest.
Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 $20 With its ergonomic design and integrated palm rest, the Microsoft Comfort Curve is the best overall keyboard for budget and design.
Ideazon World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Keyset for Zboard Gaming Keyboards $20 I’ll be honest: I’ve never played World of Warcraft, but when I polled my gaming friends for the best gaming keyboard keyset under $50, this was the number 1 choice. The Ideazon World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Keyset for Zboard Gaming Keyboards has one touch macros and raiding as well as player vs. player functions that are clearly labeled and grouped for quick and continuous Warcraft action. This is not a complete keyboard. It is a snap-in section which fits into the Zboard Gaming Keyboard,
Labtec Standard Keyboard Plus At $10, the Labteck Standard Keyboard Plus is the most budget friendly keyboard on the list. Available nationwide at Radio Shack, this keyboard is ready to go as soon as you plug it into the back of your computer.