The Best 5 Mechanical Keyboards for Mac

The keyboards being produced today are no longer mechanical. Today’s keyboards rely on two membranes when pushed together; send an electrical signal to a computer to input a letter. The very same process applies to keyboards for the Mac as well.

When it comes to mechanical keyboards, electrical signals are sent to a computer when switches are pressed, making them loud and feel really satisfying. It is this satisfaction that is causing people to switch back to mechanical keyboards, which are far more responsive to today’s mushy keyboards.

If you are one of those people that wish to enjoy what mechanical keyboards have to offer for Mac, here are the best 5 mechanical keyboards for you to choose from.

Code 104 (Cherry MX Clear) (Price: $155.00)

The Code 104 is all about amazing backlighting and quick feedback. Even though the keyboard is not entirely popular, it is smooth and quiet, all the while making sure you feel every stroke.

The built-in white LEDs have several options when it comes to brightness, which means you can work comfortably in any lighting condition. The keyboard comes equipped with onboard memory that will save your last lighting preference.

One of the best things about the Code 104 is that it is compatible with Mac as well as Windows. It does not feature the Windows key, thus saving you the misery of having to look at it each time you use it with your Mac.

Nixeus Moda Pro (Price: $69.99)

The Nixeus Moda Pro is not exactly extraordinary to look at, but it is classy, to say the least. With its white caps and steel plate, it manages to be durable and will last for years to come.

What sets it apart is that it comes with Mac cap keys. If they do get dirty, you can always remove and replace them with new ones of your choosing.

There are a variety of color options at your disposal with the Nixeus Moda Pro, including and not limited to brown, red and blue. However, it is important to note that the blue keyboard is the only one that is full-sized. The Nixeus Moda Pro is rated to last no less than 50 million strokes, and is built to last like a tank.

Das Keyboard 4 (Price: $168.99)

The keyboard’s name sounds as though it was created as a prank for those that love to try Arnie impressions. The Das Keyboard 4 is ever tactile keyboard fanatic’s dream come true. It is perfect for those that love to hear every keystroke.  Das Keyboard is the very embodiment of mechanical keyboards that are pleasant to the ears, although opinions may differ.

With this amazing keyboard, you get the full experience. It comes with the number pad and even an oversized knob along with media controls to keep things interesting. For those individuals that are all about being productive, they will enjoy this feature through and through. If that is not enough, the keyboard comes with two USB 3.0 ports, meaning you can charge devices on it with ease. The only drawback with the Das Keyboard 4 is that it has no backlighting at all.

Logitech G710 (Price: $93.98)

If you love all things blue, then you are in for a treat with the Logitech G710.

The mechanical keyboard is specifically designed to appeal to gamers. Due to this reason entirely the G710 is responsive and is clicky when it gets back into place.

Features include being able to set the brightness of the WASD keys separately, and the 6 G keys being fully customizable to be able to perform 18 different actions in a game.

Gamers will welcome this technological marvel wholeheartedly because of its anti-ghosting keys and also because it features one-touch media keys that will make accessing media files and be controlling them a breeze.

If you prefer a much less noisy keyboard, then the Logitech G710 is not what you are looking for. But taking its price into account, there is simply no reason why it should not be bought for your Mac.  

Matias Quiet Pro (Price: $144.95)

There is no denying the fact that Matias tends to make the absolute best keyboards for Mac. They are the best keyboards money can buy, with the Quiet Pro being no exception.

Matias’ Quiet Pro has quiet keystrokes, which is quite strange considering how mechanical keyboards are known for being noisy. But what it does manage to offer is that soothing sensation of each keystroke that is expected of traditional mechanical keyboards.

With its curved keys, your hands will be comfortable at all times. It also features dedicated volume and even a mute key. Since the characters on the keyboard are laser-etched, you will never have to worry about them fading away either.

When it comes to the beauty, it is designed to be quiet and comfortable without compromising on tactile feedback. The extendable legs allow you to adjust the keyboard accordingly, meaning you will be able to type for longer without being exhausted.

If that is not enough, the Quiet Pro features two USB ports, which can be used to charge your other Appl devices, like the iPad and the iPhone.

You will come across plenty of mechanical keyboards that offer tons of features to compliment the Mac. Not all available options are going to work well for you, which is why it is a good idea to do your homework. It is a good idea to first determine what type of a mechanical keyboard you need for your Mac in the first place. Whether it is for gaming or simply typing, you will find it easier to make an informed decision.

Hopefully, the mechanical keyboards mentioned above will meet and exceed your expectations. But most importantly, they will not break your bank in the process, considering how most top-notch mechanical keyboards can cost an arm and a leg.


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Anas Dilshad is a Digital Marketing Expert and works with MacAppers. I love to share everything related to Mac. Feel free to ask any query about Mac at my Twitter Profile @anasdilshad1


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