If you’re rocking an all-white gaming setup and require a white keyboard to complete it, you’ve come to the right place. Below, you’ll find a list of the best white gaming keyboards in all shapes and sizes, both wired and wireless. Aside from having an all-white (or grey) design, all of the keyboards found above use some form of mechanical or optical switches. We’ve also prepared a couple of white keyboards with Topre switches for all you typing purists out there. Once you find your next keyboard, check out our picks for the best white motherboard, or maybe the best white PC cases.
Best White Gaming Keyboards - Our Picks
|Best White Keyboard For Most Gamers||Razer Huntsman Mini|
|Best Full-Sized White Gaming Keyboard||Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 SE|
|Best White TKL Gaming Keyboard||Durgod Taurus K320 TKL|
|Best White 60% Gaming Keyboard||Ducky One 2 Mini|
|Best Low Profile White Gaming Keyboard||Logitech G915 TKL|
|Best White 75% Keyboard||Epomaker Akko|
|Best Wireless White Gaming Keyboard||Anne Pro 2|
|Best Budget Full-Sized White Keyboard||Royal Kludge RK918|
|Best Budget White TKL Keyboard||Redragon K552|
|Best Budget White 60% Keyboard||Royal Kludge RK61|
|Best Budget White 75% Keyboard||Huo JI Z-88|
|Best White Keyboard With Topre Switches For Typing And Gaming||Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2|
|Best Classic White Topre Keyboard||PFU RealForce R2|
|Best Premium Hot-Swappable White Keyboard||Drop CTRL|
|Best Budget Hot-Swappable White Keyboard||Epomaker SK61|
Best White Keyboard For Most Gamers
Razer Huntsman Mini
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||294 × 103 × 37 mm|
|Switch type||Razer Clicky Optical Switch
Razer Linear Optical Switch
Let’s start with a white keyboard that should be a great fit for most gamers. The Razer Huntsman Mini has everything you need in a gaming keyboard. First of all, it has an all-white design, which ticks the first box.
Next, you have the 60% form-factor, making more room on your desk for the mouse. The switches are optical, with extremely fast response time, extreme durability, and a great feel while typing. If you’re a pure gamer, get the linear version; those who type a lot could get the clicky version.
The Huntsman Mini also has superb build quality and PBT keycaps as well as the best RGB lighting on the market and a price that’s not too steep compared to similar keyboards. While the keyboard feels great when typing and gaming, it can be quite loud when typing.
Best Full-Sized White Gaming Keyboard
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 SE
|Dimensions||438 × 168 × 29 mm
|Switch type||Cherry MX Low Profile Speed|
If you’re looking for a full-sized white gaming keyboard the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 SE that comes in white and grey design, is the best overall choice. While not all-white it’s close enough to fit right in with most white gaming builds. While the K70 is expensive it comes with PBT double-shot keycaps, Cherry MX Speed mechanical switches, lots of extra keys as well as the volume knob, a wrist rest, and pretty solid RGB lighting.
While not as fast as those new and shiny optical switches, Cherry MX Speed are fast enough for most people to not notice the difference. The added wrist rest is quite comfortable and a godsend for long typing sessions. PBT keycaps feel great under fingers and while switches aren’t clicky nor tactile, the typing experience is quite pleasant.
As for the build quality, aside from high-quality PBT keycaps you also get a metal base plate, which is very heavy, and feels very durable. While great for gaming the K70 is rather massive and isn’t made for smaller desks. And yeah, it’s quite expensive.
Best White TKL Gaming Keyboard
Durgod Taurus K320 TKL
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||375 × 132 × 24 mm|
|Switch type||Cherry MX|
Our recommendation for the best white TKL gaming keyboard goes to the Durgod Taurus TKL. While the keyboard doesn’t rock a gaming design, it’s great for both gaming and typing. One of the best things about it is the sheer number of options when it comes to switches. You have pretty much every Cherry flavor on the menu, from Cherry MX Blue switches for typing purists to Cherry Speed Silver for competitive gamers.
The keyboard features double shot PBT keycaps that, as always, feel amazing when typing. The classic Cherry MX stem used allows swapping any keycap, which we recommend doing if you want an all-white keycap design. As for the build quality, it’s excellent. As for the downsides, there are no extra keys and the white version of the Taurus TKL doesn’t come with any form of backlighting.
If you want an all-white TKL mechanical keyboard, check out the Epomaker Ajazz. It looks great, comes with solid RGB backlighting, has a volume knob, can work in wired or wireless mode, and those colorful keycaps do come with white replacements. The downside is that keycaps are of lower quality and switches aren’t Cherry MX. Luckily, you can solve the first issue by getting aftermarket keycaps since the keyboard has regular Cherry MX-style stems. Another solid choice for gamers is the Razer BlackWidow Lite TKL, which comes with Razer Orange (tactile) switches.
Best White 60% Gaming Keyboard
Ducky One 2 Mini
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||302 × 108 × 40 mm|
|Switch type||Cherry MX|
While the Razer Huntsman is great for gaming because of its blazing fast optical switches, gamers who also type a lot could go instead with the Ducky One 2 Mini. Sporting Cherry MX switches, this is the best choice for great gaming performance but also great typing experience.
The keyboard has great build quality, PBT keycaps, pretty bright RGB backlighting, detachable USB-C cable, and Cherry MX Red switches. If you want something tactile, check out the Pure White version, which comes with Cherry MX Brown (tactile) switches.
Best Low Profile White Gaming Keyboard
Logitech G915 TKL
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||475 × 150 × 22 mm|
|Switch type||GL Tactile (Brown)
GL Linear (Red)
GL Clicky (Blue)
Low profile mechanical keyboards are getting more and more popular and the best high-end choice on the market is the Logitech G915 TKL, which also comes in white edition. The white version of the keyboard has the same good sides as the regular one. That means you get superb build quality, excellent low profile keycaps, great RGB backlighting, lots of extra keys, as well as excellent connectivity options.
You can use the keyboard in wired and wireless modes, with the option to connect to multiple devices at the same time, thanks to both 2.4Ghz and Bluetooth connection. We recommend using the 2.4GHz dongle since it provides a faster and more stable connection compared to Bluetooth. The white version of the G915 TKL comes only with tactile switches, which won’t work for everyone. As for the downsides, first of all, this keyboard is expensive. Next, while the build quality is excellent the volume knob has almost zero tactility and feels cheaply made.
Best White 75% Keyboard
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||315 × 126 × 28 mm|
|Switch type||Cherry MX|
Epomaker Akko 75% version is the best 75% white gaming keyboard you can find. It has an amazing keycap design and while it isn’t strictly white, it does look impressive. You can replace the included PBT keycaps for an all-white keycap style. As for the switch flavors, the keyboard comes with Cherry MX Blue, Brown, and Red switches. In other words, it’s great for gamers, users who type and game, as well as for pure typists.
As for the build quality, it’s rock solid. The keyboard’s hefty, stiff, and without any wobble. Other notable features are the removable USB-C cable as well as three-level adjustable feet. Now, those who don’t like the 75% form factor but still want one of these, no problem. The AKKO is also available in 65%, TKL, and full-size versions. As for the downsides, there’s no backlighting, not even in a single color. Lack of backlighting makes the AKKO less than ideal choice for many users but if you like retro white-grey design, this is the keyboard to get.
Best Wireless White Gaming Keyboard
Anne Pro 2
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||284 × 97 × 40 mm|
|Switch type||Gateron Blue, Brown, Red
Kailh Box Brown, Red, White
Gamers who want a wireless keyboard with great build quality, PBT keycaps, and a wide range of switch options should check out the Anne Pro 2. This is a model based on the Vortexgear Race 3 and if you want Cherry MX Brown switches and are okay with not having backlighting, the Race 3 might be just what you need.
But the Pro 2 is also an excellent keyboard. It feels great under fingers and is suitable both for gaming and typing. Switches are from Gateron and Kailh, and they feature a see-through base for better RGB quality. As for the battery, it’s a 1900mAh unit that can last up to 4 weeks without backlighting. With full RGB lighting expect a few workdays of usage.
Overall, this is a great keyboard but for the best gaming performance, we recommend either using it in wired mode or getting a model with a 2.4GHz dongle. The thing is, there aren’t many mechanical keyboards that use a wireless dongle and those that do tend to either be quite expensive or cheap models with less than ideal build quality.
Best Budget Full-Sized White Keyboard
Royal Kludge RK918
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||443 × 134 × 35 mm|
|Switch type||Cherry MX|
The Royal Kludge RK918 is a surprisingly affordable white mechanical keyboard that’s full-sized and available in two switch flavors. You can pick between brown and red switches, depending on whether you’re typing often or not. As for the build quality, it’s solid. Not great but much better than what we’d expect on a keyboard selling for such low price.
The keycaps aren’t PBT but they are double shot, meaning the letters won’t disappear after a few months, like on so many other budget keyboards. As for the backlighting, it’s RGB but not per key. It looks like there’s just one RGB zone on the keyboard, which is okay for an affordable model. Overall, this is a great keyboard for the price as long as you don’t expect extra features and superb build quality.
Best Budget White TKL Keyboard
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||355 × 120 × 35 mm|
|Switch type||Outemu Blue|
When it comes to budget white TKL keyboards, you cannot go wrong with the Redragon K552. This is a budget model that looks rather attractive and comes with RGB backlighting. Build quality is decent and the keyboard’s offered with Blue switches (not Cherry but a Chinese-made equivalent, most likely Outemu) making it great for typists.
As for the RGB backlighting, it’s bright enough but colors aren’t as saturated as on high-end models. Also, blue switches can be pretty loud so if you don’t like clicky switches, look elsewhere. Gamers should take a look at the Royal Kludge Sink87G, which is basically the same keyboard but with tactile (brown) switches, and wireless connectivity via a 2.4GHz dongle.
Best Budget White 60% Keyboard
Royal Kludge RK61
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||290 × 100 × 39 mm|
|Switch type||Gateron Blue, Brown, Red|
If you want a white 60% keyboard but you’re on a limited budget, take a look at the RK61 from Royal Kludge. This is an affordable wireless 60% keyboard with an all-white design and pretty solid build quality. Keycaps aren’t of the best quality but Cherry MX stems allow for keycap replacements.
The backlighting is bright enough and the keyboard’s available in three switch flavors – blue, brown, and red. As you’ve guessed, the switches aren’t Cherry MX but instead Chinese equivalents (probably Outemu). That said, the keyboard feels solid under fingers and while the typing experience isn’t perfect, gaming on this keyboard is great.
Since the keyboard supports only Bluetooth we advise everyone to use it in wired mode, especially competitive gamers. If you really want to use the keyboard wirelessly, the included 1450mAh battery should last for a couple of days without backlighting and about 10 hours with backlighting cranked to the max.
If you want an alternative, check out the MotoSpeed 60% wireless mechanical keyboard. This one has better backlighting, a bit smaller battery but also a USB-C cable instead of the dated micro-USB cable seen on the RK61.
Best Budget White 75% Keyboard
Huo JI Z-88
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||350 × 167 × 61 mm|
|Switch type||Outemu Blue, Brown or Red|
Our last budget entry is the Huo JI Z-88, an affordable 75% white keyboard for gaming. This one has RGB backlighting, an all-white design, ABS plastic keycaps, and a metal frame. For the price, this keyboard feels surprisingly sturdy, durable, and hefty. Keycaps aren’t the best and there’s a bit of a wobble (a regular “feature” on most budget mechanical keyboards) when typing, but the overall experience when typing and gaming is pretty solid.
You can pick between Outemu blue, brown, and red switches. In other words, there’s something for typists, gamers, and people who do both. The removable USB-C cable is always nice to see, especially in the budget market. Aside from slightly wobbly keys this keyboard doesn’t have any major downsides. Just remember that this is a budget model so don’t expect top of the line finish and build quality.
Best White Keyboard With Topre Switches For Typing And Gaming
Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||294 × 110 × 40 mm|
|Switch type||Topre Electrostatic Capacitive Key Switches|
Okay, if you cannot live without Topre switches and don’t mind using them for gaming, the best white keyboard with Topre switches you can get is the Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2 White Edition. This keyboard has genuine Topre switches and is made in Japan. Top-notch build quality is married with some of the best keycaps we’ve seen on a keyboard.
The typing experience on this keyboard is sublime, but only if you dig Topre switches. If not, it’s best to avoid this keyboard since it’s expensive as hell. But if you like Topre switches, you cannot go wrong with the HHKP2 White. When it comes to affordable alternatives, there are the Epomaker NiZ Plum and Plum Atom. These are quite expensive compared to regular mechanical keyboards but compared to genuine Topre keyboards, these two are great deals.
You get electro-capacitive switches that are extremely close to genuine Topre switches, 60%, 65%, and 75% form factors, quality PBT keycaps, and Cherry MX stems allowing you to replace the default keycaps. The Matias Mini Tactile Pro is another relatively affordable alternative, which should be especially interesting to Mac users.
Best Classic White Topre Keyboard
PFU RealForce R2
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||368 × 142 × 30.5 mm|
|Switch type||Topre 45g|
If you like Topre and full-size and TKL keyboards, get the PFU RealForce R2 Limited Edition that comes with an Ivory finish. Not technically white but close enough. After all, it’s not like there’s a wide selection when it comes to Topre keyboards.
As for what you can expect from the RealForce, these keyboards are built like thanks, keycaps feel amazing under fingers, the typing experience is near-perfect, and the price is sky-high. Don’t expect any form of backlighting here, as well as wireless connectivity or stuff like extra keys. But for Topre purists this is probably the best keyboard in the world.
Best Premium Hot-Swappable White Keyboard
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||368 × 140× 44 mm|
|Switch type||Cherry MX, Kailh, or Gateron|
Okay, while there are lots of hot-swappable keyboards out there, no other is as quality made and as easy to buy as the Drop duo consisting of CTRL and ALT models. While these two have the same level of quality as premium DYI models, the CTRL and ALT are much easier to find and buy. The first one is a TKL keyboard while the ALT features a 65% form factor.
The keyboards’ plate supports Cherry MX switch design meaning you can equip it with most mechanical switches available on the market. Some switches, like the Gateron optical switches, aren’t compatible with these switch sockets. As for the quality, these two can last for a lifetime. They use premium materials and have very bright and rich RGB backlighting.
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||322 × 112 × 32 mm|
|Switch type||Cherry MX, Kailh, or Gateron|
The color of the plate isn’t exactly white (space grey) but the end result will be great when you combine this plate with high-quality white keycaps. The only major downside of the Drop duo is their exceptionally high price. Even the barebones version (that comes only with the base plate), which we recommend getting, is more expensive than most high-end mechanical keyboards on the market.
Best Budget Hot-Swappable White Keyboard
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||295 × 105 × 45 mm|
|Switch type||Gateron Optical Black, Blue, Brown or Red|
Last but not least we have a budget hot-swappable white keyboard. The Epomaker SK61 is a nice-looking white keyboard with hot-swappable switches. The keyboard has pretty solid build quality. Not amazing, but not average either.
The switches are swappable but since the keyboard uses Gateron Optical switches you can replace original switches only with other Gateron Optical switch flavors. Not perfect but at least you have a choice between five different switches. The keyboard comes with a removable USB cable but doesn’t support wireless connectivity. When it comes to downsides, aside from the limited swap potential, this keyboard doesn’t have major downsides.
Quite the contrary, for a surprisingly low price you get a keyboard with excellent RGB backlighting, pretty stable switches, PBT keycaps, hot-swappable plate, and IPX6 waterproof certificate. In other words, this is a great deal if you can live with being limited to Gateron Optical switches.