Where to Find Mechanical Keyboards in Bangkok
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Where to Find Mechanical Keyboards in Bangkok That Fit Your Aesthetic

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Where to Find Mechanical Keyboards in Bangkok That Fit Your Aesthetic

Mechanical keyboards are all the rage thanks to the thousands of content creators hyping them up on social media. On TikTok alone, the hashtag #mechanicalkeyboard accumulated 1.2 billion views (and counting!). In general, mechanical keyboards are devices built with high-quality key switches that can be customised depending on one’s style and aesthetic. If you’re looking to join the bandwagon, we’ve curated a list of the top gadget stores in Bangkok where you can score the mechanical keyboard of your dreams.


Keychron

A brainchild of entrepreneurs William Ye and Sven Zhu, Keychron was founded to provide excellent keyboards for tech aficionados. From top-of-the-line devices like Keychron Q3 QMK Custom Mechanical Keyboard (THB6,790) and Keychron K1 SE Wireless Mechanical Keyboard (THB4,390) to budget-friendly ones like Keychron C2 Mechanical Keyboard (THB2,990) and Keychron K12 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard (THB3,890), you’ll get to satisfy your geeky side with their massive selection of keyboards that are worth landing on your WFH desk.

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GIGABYTE

Founded in 1986, GIGABYTE is one of the pioneer tech shops in Bangkok. They have a wide range of products from desktop computers, laptops, graphic cards, monitors, gaming chairs, headsets, and other PC components. Mechanical keyboards like AORUS K9 Optical, Force K7 Wireless, XK700, KM-7590, Aivia Osmium, and GK-KM6100 are also on sale. To know the price list of the products they offer, contact GIGABYTE directly through their official website.

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NuPhy

NuPhy is an online store that caters to those who are looking for mid-range gadgets. Their flagship device Air75 Mechanical Keyboard, which retails from THB4,090, is an ultra-slim mechanical keyboard that perfectly combines aesthetics and practicality. If you’re particular about the material used in this product, you’ll be delighted to know that the manufacturer used aluminum alloy, which is more durable and can withstand pressure than the plastic material that is commonly used in the market. GIGABYTE also has a selection of keyboard accessories such as Air75 NuFolio V2 (THB1,090) and Air75 COAST PBT Keycaps (THB1,090).

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invadeit

invadeit, a unique online gadget store, is every frugal person’s haven. The platform has a myriad of cheap items including MT-K9420 Mechanical Keyboard (THB990), Philips SPK8901 Mechanical Keyboard (THB890), Philips SPK8401 Mechanical Keyboard (THB790), MT-K9300 Mechanical Keyboard (THB450), and Anitech P839 Gaming Keyboard (THB279). Aside from keyboards, you can also cop gaming gear, smartphones, computers, laptops, and other electronics.

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Thailand Mechanical Keyboard Community

While not exactly a shop, Thailand Mechanical Keyboard Community is a place where you can connect with fellow gadget enthusiasts. By simply joining the Facebook group, you get the opportunity to learn about the ins and outs of owning a mechanical keyboard. You can even purchase, swap, or trade with the members of the community. Whether you’re a mechanical keyboard junkie or a newbie, you won't regret signing up for this group.

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