Sleek wireless keyboard: The Best Wireless Keyboards for 2021


The Best Wireless Keyboards for 2021

If you’re short on ports, using a mobile device, or want to reduce clutter, using a wireless keyboard is ideal. After all, there are no fussy cables tangling around your feet or becoming chew toys for kittens. Yet performance is vital, so finding the best wireless keyboard is a must — especially if you’re looking for a gaming keyboard.

If you need a wireless keyboard for your desktop or tablet, our reviews showcase some of the best you can find right now, starting with the remarkable wireless mechanical keyboard from Logitech, the G915 Lightspeed. 

The best: Logitech G915 Lightspeed

The G915 is not aware that it is a wireless keyboard. It has a great mechanical design, RGB backlighting, a numeric keypad, and a low profile for comfortable positioning. The indicator lights up top are excellent for monitoring what mode you are in, battery life, and other key settings, while the aluminum top plate is great for durability. The keyboard is specifically designed so that it won’t slow down gamers who may need a wireless solution — as long as they can afford it.

One three-hour charge can provide up to 30 hours of performance for the G915 Lightspeed. Logitech also made sure that it provides great feedback at the point of actuation if you’ve become used to mechanical keyboards. Onboard memory is also included, so you’ll always have your customized settings with you. There’s even a handy little side roller for instantly controlling volume, plus other onboard media controls.

The best budget keyboard: Omoton Bluetooth Keyboard

If you’re looking for the absolute cheapest Bluetooth keyboard you can get, the Omoton keyboard is a good option. It may appear to be an Apple Magic Keyboard clone at first, but don’t be fooled: It is made entirely of plastic, versus the aluminum frame used in Apple’s model.

Overall, the Omoton is quite thin and light, so you can easily stuff it into a computer bag or backpack along with your tablet or laptop. The manufacturer claims 30 days of continuous use with two AAA batteries (not included).

The company seemingly had iOS in mind when it designed the Omoton Bluetooth Keyboard, but it should work with MacOS, Windows, and Android. Longevity for future updates, however, is questionable.

The best battery life: Microsoft Surface Keyboard

Microsoft’s Surface-branded product line includes several killer convertible tablets. There are high-end solutions like the Surface Book 2 with its fantastic battery life and the extremely portable Surface Go at the entry-level. Whether you have one of those or a laptop or desktop from another manufacturer, Microsoft’s Surface Keyboard is a great accessory to consider.

This portable, lightweight keyboard has a fantastic battery life lasting up to 12 months on just two AAA batteries (included).  The keys rate up to 500,000 actuations, making it less durable than a mechanical keyboard, but it should last for years of remote typing. The Bluetooth 4.0 connection offers quite the range, too, with up to 50 feet in the open air or up to 23 feet in an office environment.

The Microsoft Surface Keyboard is compatible with Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android.

The best for Apple Devices: Apple Magic Keyboard

Apple’s redesigned Magic Keyboard is everything Apple fans (and others) could want from a minimal Bluetooth keyboard design. Older Magic Keyboards had a rolled base that propped the keyboard’s backside up to make room for AA batteries. This latest model has a rechargeable battery, so the keyboard lies flatter than previous versions.

Apple’s upgraded keys now have slightly more weight when typing, which is an improvement. The arrow key redesign is somewhat less welcome, but the overall advantages of this new design are hard to deny. The Bluetooth battery claims a one-month charge, too, so you can carry this keyboard around without worrying about its longevity.

Overall, the Apple Magic Keyboard may be slightly larger than other options on our list, but it works well with both iOS and MacOS products. For Apple loyalists, this is the keyboard for iMac to buy.

The best compact keyboard: Arteck HB030B

Looking for a super-compact Bluetooth keyboard for your mobile devices? The super-thin Arteck HB030B might be just what you need for typing on the go. It’s tiny, scrunched, and easy to slip into most computer bags or backpacks.

The Artech keyboard has a shocking amount of backlighting and features seven colors and two levels of brightness. This keyboard is a great option for those who want a portable keyboard they can see even in low-light areas. The Arteck HB030B is also 100% compatible with all the popular mobile platforms. 

The best couch keyboard: Logitech K400

Many people have exalted the Logitech K400 Wireless Keyboard as one of the most convenient and mobile keyboards on the market. With its minimal size and lightweight design, you can easily transport this keyboard anywhere you like. It also boasts a variety of cool features that make it incredibly easy to use.

For example, many of us use our devices while relaxing at home. Of course, we don’t want to sit at a desk or table and push a mouse. The Logitech k400 alleviates this problem by integrating a 3.5-inch touchpad, allowing you to type and search the interwebs right from your favorite places.

The Logitech K400 also makes for a fantastic web browsing experience, with its 33-foot range, 86 convenient keys, and wide-ranging computer compatibility (using a USB dongle). 

Frequently asked questions

Are wireless keyboards any good?

That depends on what you buy. Generally, they work well at all price ranges, but you won’t get a premium experience from a $20 product.

Response-wise, wireless keyboards are better now than in years past, especially from companies like Logitech and Razer who use proprietary, fine-tuned wireless connections. Wireless aims to remove the cords, after all, and that means continuous refinements so you can’t tell the difference.

Companies like Logitech and Razer also develop proprietary keyboard switches for better accuracy and longevity. But again, if you buy a cheap product, you get cheap components. The switch in a budget model won’t have the same lifespan as one installed in a premium model.

Which brand makes the best wireless keyboards?

Some of our favorites include Cooler Master, Corsair, Logitech, Ducky, Steelseries, and Razer. Not every keyboard they make is great, but they make some of the best. Which one is right for you will depend on your personal preferences and budget.

Bluetooth vs. RF: What’s the difference?

Short for Radio Frequency, RF consists of electromagnetic radio waves with frequencies ranging from 20KHz to 300GHz. RF has a range of up to 30 yards.

Bluetooth is an RF protocol that transmits data at a specific frequency of 2.4GHz. The range depends on the Bluetooth class: 3.3 feet, 33 feet, and 328 feet.

How long do wireless keyboards last?

On a hardware level, that depends on the model. Generally, you get what you pay for. The more expensive models tend to outlast the cheaper units with cheaper components.

In terms of battery life, that will depend on the keyboard’s use, the model, and the type of battery. Some units have rechargeable batteries that will eventually wear down over the years. Meanwhile, budget batteries won’t outlast a Duracell or Energizer battery.

Overall, battery duration could span from hours to years.

Can you use a wireless keyboard with a laptop?

Yes. A computer is a computer whether it’s a desktop or a laptop.

Generally, wireless keyboards connect in one of two ways: Through Bluetooth, or through a USB dongle. Typically there isn’t a component within a computer that can connect to a wireless keyboard outside Bluetooth connectivity. That’s why some models ship with a USB dongle — they don’t use Bluetooth. As previously stated, some manufacturers use a proprietary 2.4GHz connection instead.

Do all wireless keyboards work with Mac?

Yes, and you can even use a Windows-based keyboard with a Mac. However, there are some differences:

  • Windows key — This doesn’t work on MacOS.
  • Ctrl key — This is the equivalent of the Command key in MacOS.
  • Alt key — This is the equivalent of the Option key in MacOS.
  • Backspace key — This is the equivalent of the Delete key in MacOS.
  • Delete key — This forward-deletes in Windows. On Mac, the equivalent key typically reads Del with a crossed-out right arrow symbol. On MacBooks, this command requires the Fn + Delete key combo.

Finally, Apple’s platform relies on a Control key, which serves as a right-click function. There is no equivalent on a Windows keyboard.

What should I look for in a wireless keyboard?

A better question is this: What exactly do you need?

If you’re sitting on the couch and need to control media, a wireless keyboard with a built-in touchpad would be ideal. It doesn’t need to be expensive, but it should be durable and include backlighting you can toggle on and off as needed.

If you’re a gamer, programmable mechanical keys would be preferable, although stay away from gratuitous lighting if you never plan to connect it with a USB cable, as it can really drain the battery. Corsair and Razer make solid wireless keyboards that are ideal for LAN parties and tournaments.

For laptops and tablets, look for units that are just as portable, but don’t get a keyboard so small that you feel like you’re typing on a toddler’s toy. For desktops, go with full-sized ergonomic models with backlighting so you can type in the dark.

Going with Bluetooth or a proprietary wireless connection really doesn’t matter so long as you don’t need extremely low latency. Gamers, however, need that instant response whereas loading media on the couch doesn’t require twitchy finger action.

If you enjoy the clicky feeling from old-school typewriters, then you may prefer mechanical keyboards (specifically with Cherry MX Blue-style switches) over membrane models. The difference between the two is in the switches and keycaps: Mechanical has an encased stem and spring mechanism under a tall cap whereas membrane presses two contacts together to make the key actuation. The latter typically has a “scissor” mechanism that allows the flat keycap to pop back up into place.

If you’re looking for a new wireless keyboard, be sure to get one that matches your operating system. If you plan to buy one for multiple devices, determine which keyset you plan to use most: Windows or MacOS. Units that can connect to multiple devices with just a tap of a button are great for switching between PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

Editors’ Recommendations

The Best Wireless Keyboards for 2021

Wireless keyboards serve many masters. They’re great if you’re trying to declutter, or like typing with your keyboard on your lap. Mobile productivity hounds who want gear that’s ready for travel swear by them, too, and some models let you swap one typing peripheral among desktops, laptops, and tablets. In the vast majority of situations, there’s no difference between using a keyboard with a wireless connection and a standard wired one. The only time you’ll notice is when it’s time to charge it—or when you forget to.

Apart from introducing a couple of new factors that you need to pay attention to (namely, connectivity and battery life), picking out the best wireless keyboard isn’t all that different from picking out the best keyboard overall. Hit that link for our best picks across wired and wireless models. But since you’re here, let’s go through the issues specific to wireless keyboards.

Bluetooth? RF? There’s More Than One Way to Wireless

Wireless keyboards (and wireless mice, too) use two primary technologies to connect to devices: Bluetooth, or a 2.4GHz radio-frequency (RF) connection. The latter connects to your device via a USB dongle; Bluetooth models assume your host computer supports Bluetooth, or you have your own Bluetooth dongle. Each connection type offers distinct advantages and disadvantages.

In modern keyboards, 2.4GHz RF offers a stable connection and, at times, a near-imperceptible amount of typing lag. No desktop or laptop has built-in support for these keyboards; you need that USB dongle. And because a USB dongle is an extra part, you can lose it if you often swap it between systems or carry your keyboard around. Some keyboards have a storage slot for their dongles, which is great, but it’s still a tiny part you need to keep track of. The dongles are often keyed to the specific keyboard you own, so losing one can mean the keyboard is out of commission for good. Models that support a more forgiving RF dongle, like the ones with Logitech’s Unifying technology, can work using a replacement dongle or another device’s dongle. However, these are the exception, not the rule.

Bluetooth connections are reliable, but slightly more prone to lag and/or momentary connection loss, especially when you have many Bluetooth connections going on in one place (such as an office or a coffee shop). These issues do resolve themselves, and can often be fixed simply by re-establishing the connection if they don’t, but they can be an annoyance. Bluetooth also tends to drain a keyboard’s battery faster. On the plus side, though, devices with Bluetooth support can connect to phones, tablets, and other devices without a USB port.

The bottom line? It’s nice to have both. The 2.4GHz RF kind is generally the better connection type, especially if you’re planning on connecting to one, stationary PC. Bluetooth adds a lot of versatility, though. Not only can you connect to more devices, but having it is a nice safety net if you forget the USB dongle. In keyboards made in the last two or three years, you’re most likely to see keyboards with just a 2.4GHz connection, though there are a few Bluetooth-only options. Some keyboards support both connections. I would urge you, though, to not count out a keyboard just because it relies solely on Bluetooth, as you may not even notice a difference if you’re using it at home.

In addition to 2.4GHz and Bluetooth, any good wireless keyboard lets you directly connect to a device using its charging cable. Without this option, there’s always a chance that you’ll forget to charge the keyboard or replace its batteries, and you may find yourself temporarily unable to use it. Models that rely on disposable AA or AAA batteries, though, likely don’t have a USB connection option.

While it’s by no means a deal breaker, connecting via USB Type-C at the keyboard end is generally better than a micro-USB connection, as USB-C is easier to plug in and the port may enable faster charging under some circumstances. What matters most, though, is that you have a cable option of some kind.

The Power Source: Wireless-Keyboard Battery Life

Without a PC-connected cable to power it, every wireless keyboard, of course, needs a battery to run. Most wireless keyboards these days rely on built-in lithium-ion batteries you can recharge, though you do occasionally run into some that rely on good old AA or AAA cells.

While some keyboards that rely on the latter can get amazing battery life (Logitech’s K860 is rated to last for two years on a pair of AAAs), a keyboard with an internal battery and a charging cable is more convenient, because you can plug in while you recharge. There’s nothing worse than realizing that your keyboard is out of power, so you can’t use your PC until you run out to the store and pick up more batteries (or salvage some from a TV remote).

So, how long should a wireless keyboard battery last? For an internal battery, most keyboards in the last two years get at least 20 hours of continuous use with its key backlighting on (if it has key backlighting, that is). Many manufacturers provide two battery-life estimates based on whether or not you use the backlighting, as it can reduce the time between charges by more than 50 percent. In our review testing, we find 25 to 30 hours often translates to somewhere between one to two weeks of heavy daily use.

With removable AAs or AAAs, look for the estimated battery life to be measured in weeks or months, not hours. Even the cheapest battery-powered keyboards should get hundreds of hours of battery life from a set, especially if they do not have backlit keys.

Since LED backlighting heavily affects battery life, it’s good to look for customization and controls to help you manage power. Any backlit keyboard lets you turn these lights on and off, but some offer extra options, such as brightness-level controls and the ability to automatically turn off the lights when the power gets low. Some configuration apps, like Corsair’s iCue, offer more universal power-related controls and features, like controlling when the board goes to “sleep,” and adding a system-level battery indicator.

If you’re looking for a wireless keyboard because you’re setting up a media PC to hook up to your TV, keep in mind that there’s a subset of wireless keyboards made specifically with this use case in mind. Entertainment keyboards, sometimes called “media center keyboards” or “lapboards,” are all-in-one solutions made to work on your lap, rather than sit on a surface. Most are long, and some have larger-than-ordinary keys. Some models also have an underside surface contoured to rest on your lap. They also always have a touchpad or other mouse substitute to make input control more manageable, with no separate mouse required.

Most such boards are made for navigating web browsers and media players like Plex, or for PC gaming. Because they’re designed for only occasional typing, they often don’t make for the best general-use keyboards (though there are exceptions). Still, the best ones, including our recommendations, are well-suited to their specific tasks.

The Fundamentals of Buying a Keyboard

Beyond connectivity and battery life, there’s no difference between picking a standard, wired keyboard and a wireless one, though you are picking from a much smaller range of options.

KEY LAYOUT. Most wireless keyboards are full-size, meaning they have 104 keys or more, including a number pad. Most particularly productivity-focused models, use low-profile scissor-switch keys, similar to what you’d find in a laptop. This keeps their dimensions slim, making them more portable and helping to maintain the sleek, minimalist look popularized by Apple’s Magic Keyboard. With that in mind, the best wireless keyboards don’t overcommit to that aesthetic so much that the keys feel bunched together too closely. Mechanical keyboards tend to be wired models, more often than not, though there are exceptions.

EXTRA FEATURES. Generally speaking, wireless keyboards tend to come with some quality-of-life features, such as dedicated media and macro keys. A few, like Logitech’s high-end keyboards, also come with the ability to connect to multiple devices and swap among them with a single button press. Gaming keyboards will come with the same suite of media and macro perks, and some include customizable RGB lighting and advanced configuration software.

There are also a few features you’re unlikely to find. Though a few keyboards on our list come with a wrist rest, it’s less likely that a wireless keyboard will include one. Also, without a wired connection, it would be impossible for a keyboard to offer USB passthrough ports on the body, so that’s not something you’ll find, either.

OTHER SWITCH TYPES. Among wireless keyboards, you’ll spot the occasional model using membrane or mechanical key switches. Membrane keyboards actuate, triggering the signal that goes to your computer, by pushing down a rubber dome at the base of the key. Mechanical keyboards do the same via a physical switch with a spring or other tactile actuator. Relative to scissor switches, both types of keyboards provide more key-press travel, which leads to a more comfortable typing experience. Many people prefer the low action and light touch of scissor switches, though, so this ultimately comes down to personal preference.

Like standard keyboards, mechanical keyboards generally offer a better typing feel and better build quality than membrane-switch keyboards, but they are also considerably more expensive. The two major benefits to a wireless mechanical keyboard are its more decisive feedback, and the longer travel, both of which allow for more confident typing. Also, if you like the clack a keyboard makes, mechanical keyboards make more noise and, according to some, a more appealing sound. At the moment, most, but not all, wireless mechanical keyboards are gaming-focused.

Last, but not least, in the last year or so, multiple companies have produced wireless ergonomic keyboards, which use an alternative key-layout shape to minimize repetitive stress injuries in your hands, wrists, and arms. The wireless ergonomic keyboards we’ve seen employ a curved, unibody design that prevents you from twisting your wrist. They are, by and large, helpful if you experience wrist or arm pain when you type, though they can take some getting used to when you first switch to one from a standard keyboard.

So, Which Wireless Keyboard to Buy?

Now that you what to look for in a good wireless keyboard, we’ve taken all the guesswork out of the equation and put together a list of the best ones we’ve reviewed. Whether you’re planning to use the board for work, gaming, or just everyday computing, it isn’t hard to cut the cord without compromises.

If you’re looking for more in-depth explainers on how to choose the right keyboard for you, also check out our roundups of the best keyboards, the best mechanical keyboards, and the best gaming keyboards, all of which have wireless candidates mingling with the best of the wired models we’ve reviewed.

Logitech MX Keys Review | PCMag

High-end keyboards designed specially for office work are much rarer than the stuff built for gaming. So when Logitech, among the field’s biggest names, serves one up, it’s worth paying attention. The $99.99 MX Keys offers some of the top-of-the-line features from the company’s pricey predecessor, the Logitech Craft—alas, not the Craft’s nifty dial—in a cheaper but still premium-priced package. Like many of Logitech’s other work-focused offerings, the MX Keys is a low-profile keyboard that feels like a laptop’s, which keeps it from being a truly holistic offering for power users. Still, if you’re looking for something slim and wireless with extras to help you get work done, the MX Keys can help.

A Desktop Keyboard in the Laptop Style

The MX Keys is a full-size keyboard, clocking in with 108 keys. That’s surprising because, while this is a keyboard for power users, it has a very compact and svelte shape. At 5.2 inches from front to back, 16. 9 inches wide, and a low-profile 0.8 inch high—that’s with a built-in lift—the MX Keys has a clean, appealing style. It isn’t quite as minimalist as an Apple Magic Keyboard, but its brushed-aluminum body and thin, lowercase, sans-serif keytop legends lend a sleek “It came from the future!” look.

That look comes at a cost, though. Like past MX keyboards, the MX Keys uses Logitech’s own low-profile membrane keys. They offer just 1.8mm of vertical key travel, similar to what you’d find in many laptop keyboards. In fact, Logitech itself describes the experience of using the MX Keys as “laptop typing.” And we concur.

Now, plenty of us use a desktop just so we don’t have to type on a laptop keyboard. But if typing with a laptop keyboard is the only experience you’ve ever known, or if that’s what you prefer, you’re in for a treat.

By laptop standards, it’s a nice, smooth press. That’s the thing, though: Once you make the jump to a desktop keyboard, you can pick any one you want. You can get a low-profile mechanical keyboard that still looks slick but feels much better to type on. (Some of them are technically “gaming keyboards,” but don’t let that stop you.)

Similarly, because the keyboard is both very thin and flat, your wrists end up in a rather uncomfortable position. Logitech offers a new memory-foam-padded wrist rest to pair with the MX Keys, but it costs an extra $19. (To my wrists, it could use a bit more padding, but at least it does match the MX Keys’ aesthetic.) Given that this is a high-end product that puts your wrists in a poor position, Logitech really should have thrown it in.

Though the core typing experience isn’t perfect, some features on the MX Keys make the package as a whole useful and convenient. All of those features center around the fact that it’s wireless. The MX Keys can connect to devices wirelessly via Bluetooth or an included 2.4GHz USB receiver with no noticeable lag. Better yet, it can sync with up to three devices on different wireless channels, and you swap your connection among them using a trio of keys on the right side of the board. This is highly convenient if you use two PCs on a daily basis, or if you like to use a keyboard with an iOS or Android device. You pair once, then can swap whenever you want.

This wireless pairing across multiple devices introduces the issue of battery life, but the MX Keys has that covered. The battery is internal and proprietary, not AA or AAA cells. That said, Logitech claims 10 days of battery life on a charge with the keys’ backlighting on, and up to an eye-opening five months with the backlighting turned off (or something in between, depending on how often you use the backlight and at what brightness level). With the MX Keys, Logitech has switched to a quick-charge USB Type-C port for power, so you can top off quickly. Plugging in for four hours will get you back to full power, and in a jam, you can plug in the USB cable and use the MX Keys as a wired keyboard while it’s charging.

Plus, to maximize the battery life, the MX Keys has two sensors that auto-adjust the keyboard’s backlight to match your needs. The first is a proximity sensor that uses a magnetic field to turn on the backlighting when your fingers near the keys, then turn it off when you pull away. The second is an ambient light sensor, which adjusts the brightness to match the lighting in the room. Both are nice touches. As someone who is generally too lazy to turn off his keyboard lighting before playing a game or watching a movie, having it turn off by itself feels like a luxury.

Weighing Your Software “Options”

Like its new-for-2019 counterpart, the MX Master 3 mouse I reviewed alongside this keyboard, the MX Keys gains some extra features from its configuration software, Logitech Options.

Options gives you the ability to configure the function keys, as well as a few nonessential keys in the top-right corner, such as the calculator key and the camera-shaped take-a-screenshot button. You can set specialized profiles for each app, too. It isn’t quite as useful here as it is in the MX Master 3, but sometimes every shortcut helps.

When paired with Logitech’s MX Master 2S or MX Master 3 mouse, the MX Keys can also use Logitech Flow. The venerable Flow is a software-based feature that allows you to transition seamlessly among using multiple devices, all connected wirelessly to the keyboard’s wireless channels at the same time. This means you can move your mouse from your desktop to your laptop screen as if they were one system—even if one is, say, a Mac and the other is a Windows laptop. With the MX Keys and Flow, you can go from typing on one device to the other without switching keyboards, re-pairing device and keyboard, or even switching channels on the keyboard.

Flow can be an incredibly useful feature for the right users—that is, folks with two or three devices that they type on daily, such as a laptop and an iPad. But even in that scenario, Flow doesn’t feel quite as dramatic or as essential for the MX Keys as it does with the MX Master mice. In part, that is because it requires a compatible Logitech MX mouse alongside for the whole cross-device shifting scheme to work. (That said, it does make a compelling case for buying the two as a set.)

A Solid Keyboard for the Office Set

The MX Keys is a fine keyboard for a certain subset of users: folks focused on productivity, switching often between or among multiple computers or devices. And they care not only about utility, but also about how others perceive their tech. They want something that looks professional and powerful, but also upscale and sharp. If you hear shades of yourself in that profile, the MX Keys should suit you very well. The folks who won’t like it quite as much, I suspect? Those who measure a comfortable typing experience in terms of deep-plunge keys and maximum physical adjustability.

While I much prefer the more comfortable typing experience of a mechanical keyboard, many of the best such boards are gaming hardware. And most of the mechanical boards that aren’t lack office-facing features like Logitech Flow. Even for $99.99—high, but not unheard of, for a non-gaming keyboard—you won’t find too many keyboards with specialized, high-end features that cater to productivity hounds and power users.

Thus, the “laptop typing” aspect aside, the MX Keys is worth consideration if workflow optimization is your keenest priority. But I’d love to see Logitech kick out a chunkier version with Flow and mechanical keys.

  • Sleek look, with environment-aware backlighting.

  • Works seamlessly across multiple synced wireless devices, even with differing OSs.

  • Long battery-life rating.

  • Minimal key travel.

  • Flat overall contour.

  • Wrist rest costs extra.

The Bottom Line

Logitech’s MX Keys packs in useful workflow-streamlining tools, including the ability to connect to multiple devices at once. Fans of flat, laptop-style keyboards may like the design, but its slim frame forces comfort compromises.

5 Best Wireless and Bluetooth Keyboards 2020 | The Strategist

Two of the four experts we spoke with recommend Logitech’s keyboards, specifically the Craft Advanced. It’s a full keyboard with space for arrow keys and a side numeric pad, but what makes it most unique is the crown — a dial at the top of the keyboard that allows you to quickly scroll up and down a page. You can also set it to do different functions based on your needs. Sara Dietschy, a tech YouTuber and video creator, says, “If you’re in Excel spreadsheets, it’s easy to scroll around. And for me, with video editing, I’ve assigned that wheel to making the video timeline bigger and smaller.” Dietschy says it’s a great feature for all types of users: “If you have 25 tabs open, like we all do, you can use that wheel to shuffle between all the tabs. ” Matt Workman, a cinematographer who has worked on music videos for Justin Bieber, 50 Cent, and Diddy, also enjoys using the wheel. “You can spin to scroll down a page or map it to whatever you want. It just gives you tactile control,” he says. Plus, “the travel on the keys is nice and pretty quiet.” The Craft Advanced has backlit keys, and it can pair with up to three devices, so if you’re on your iPad, laptop, and phone during the day, you can seamlessly switch among them. Its battery should last up to a week.

“I currently use the standard Apple keyboard that came with my iMac,” says Nicole Young, a photographer and author who’s worked from home since 2007. “It’s the only keyboard I have used since I have been working from home full time.” Young says that any Apple keyboard will do, but she prefers this full-size keyboard with arrow keys and a numeric keypad. Tony Larson, an IT professional who frequently works from home, almost exclusively uses the Apple Magic Keyboard. “They look nice, and I like that I don’t need to provide my own batteries for them,” he says. Plus, “the feel approximates what you’re used to on your laptop.” Tyler Stalman, a photographer and podcaster, has used a few keyboards but “always comes back to the Magic Keyboard,” he says. Because “the angle of my wrist feels right,” it’s less tiring to type. He also notes that “the way that the keys press down and bounce back is very responsive. It’s reliable, and although we’ve had Bluetooth for years, not all Bluetooth devices are created equal, and some of them do disconnect. Apple keyboards just really integrate well with the hardware.”

If you like the look and feel of Apple keyboards but want to save a bit of money, Stalman says the Satechi is a good option. It has a USB-C charging port and a battery that lasts up to 80 hours. It can also connect to up to three devices at the same time.

The K380 is a compact keyboard that I’ve used for almost a year. It can easily connect to as many as three different devices, which means I can quickly switch from typing on my iPad to my laptop. It has a slim and compact profile, meaning the K380 doesn’t take up too much real estate on my desk. The curved keys barely make a sound when I type, but they still feel responsive. I haven’t had any major issues with the Bluetooth connection. It takes two AAA batteries that can last up to two years.

According to our colleagues at the Verge, the K860 is “a product with comfort and stress reduction in mind that still looks and feels like a high-end, professional product. ” Although “there’s no rechargeable battery and no integrated backlight for the keys,” as the Verge says, it’s still a comfortable keyboard that is designed to prevent any physical damage to your wrists and arms while working.

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The Best Bluetooth and Wireless Keyboards for 2021


The Lenovo ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II feels great to type on and includes a TrackPoint nub as well as left- and right-click buttons, but it can pair with only one device at a time and doesn’t come in a Mac-layout version. It also costs more than twice as much as the K380.

Similarly, Apple’s Magic Keyboard offers a solid typing experience, but it’s expensive and it lacks device switching, and Apple doesn’t make a Windows version.

Microsoft’s Designer Compact Keyboard has springy, responsive keys and can connect to three devices. But it’s available with only a Windows layout, powered by coin batteries, and typically priced higher than our picks.

The Logitech Keys-To-Go can pair with only one device at a time and is coated in a Cronenbergian texture that Logitech calls FabricSkin. In our tests, typing on it felt like poking a person’s clothed thigh or pressing into a fabric Band-Aid on someone’s arm—a texture that several of our panel testers strongly objected to. If you can tolerate the sensation, the Keys-To-Go is a decent keyboard; it has layouts for both Mac/iOS and Windows/Android, and it’s thin, light, and spill resistant.

The Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 is huge and heavy—it weighs 1.8 pounds, nearly double our top pick—and its large, clacky, plasticky keys make it feel more like a Fisher-Price toy than a quality keyboard.

The Arteck HB030B and the Zagg Universal Keyboard Case both have small, cramped keys. The keys on the Omoton Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard are strangely spaced, and it doesn’t come with batteries.

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On the Aluminum Bluetooth Keyboard, Satechi forgos a Windows version and omits a USB wireless dongle, both of which Logitech offers with the MX Keys.

Apple’s Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad is expensive, Mac-only, and able to pair with only one device at a time.

The Logitech Craft is a keyboard marketed toward creative professionals, with a customizable “creative input dial” that you can use while navigating Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Google Chrome. But it’s too darn expensive, and it doesn’t come in Windows- and Mac-specific layouts. Wirecutter Deals editor Nathan Burrow used “a massive Amazon gift card haul” to purchase a Craft. “It’s the best Bluetooth keyboard I’ve owned, while still not rising to the level of being worth what it costs,” he said.

Microsoft’s Surface Keyboard is available only with a Windows layout and can’t pair with multiple devices.

The Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Desktop has less comfortable keys than the similarly compact Logitech K780. It’s also compatible with fewer operating systems, and it can’t pair with multiple devices.

Logitech’s MK850 Performance and K375s Multi-Device both felt cheap and unsatisfying to type on.

The Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard (Windows and Mac), the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360, the Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 850, and the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 don’t support Bluetooth.

Number pads

The Satechi Aluminum Slim Wireless Keypad feels cheaper than our picks and can connect to just a single device, but it’s the next-best option if our picks are unavailable.

The Satechi Bluetooth Wireless Numeric Keypad looks and feels cheap and is much taller than our picks.

Although the Foloda Wireless Number Pad is popular, in our tests it flexed and creaked under normal typing pressure, and its keys rattled when we pressed them.

The best wireless keyboards you can buy

Sometimes the default just doesn’t cut it, and that’s often true when it comes to keyboards. Whether you’re working on a desktop or a laptop, the keyboard you were given or the keyboard built into the machine may not be the best for your working style. If that’s the case, you may benefit from re-organizing your workspace to fit a wireless keyboard that connects to your machine via Bluetooth or a USB receiver.

But there are scores of wireless keyboards to choose from these days. Big PC companies as well as big accessory manufacturers all make wireless keyboards for various kinds of uses from stationary desk typing to on-the-go working. Luckily, we recently dove into the vast world of wireless keyboards head first. Maybe a modern wireless keyboard will never be as beloved as your old Model M, but there are good options out there—and here’s the info you’ll need to make your buying decisions easier.

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Who needs a wireless keyboard?

The decision to buy a wireless keyboard will be more obvious to some than others. Those with traditional tower or mini PCs need a keyboard to use their machines, and they may opt for a wireless keyboard to save desk space.

As the name suggests, these keyboard do not connect to PCs with wires—instead they use tiny USB receivers or a Bluetooth connection to connect to a machine. That makes them ideal for those who hate cluttered desk areas, or those who already have enough wires taking up space in their work spaces.

Wireless keyboards, particularly Bluetooth wireless keyboards, are also convenient for those who want to use one text input device across multiple devices. Many (but not all) Bluetooth keyboards can connect to different devices running different operating systems—you could buy one that lets you type on your Windows PC and then switch to your Android smartphone with just a few presses of the proper keys. For those who frequently go back and forth between a PC and a mobile device like a smartphone or a tablet, a wireless keyboard can make it easier to type and interact with all of your devices.

It also goes without saying that on-screen keyboards that you’re forced to use on mobile devices aren’t the best. Some rely solely on mobile devices, eschewing traditional PCs all together, and those users may want a wireless keyboard to make typing on their mobile devices easier. In the same vein, others may just be unhappy with the physical keyboard that came with their PC (be it a traditional tower or a laptop) and want an external solution.

What makes a good wireless keyboard?

Keyboard preference is highly subjective, as there are many styles and features that are optional rather than necessary. However, we think a good wireless keyboard should tick a few essential boxes, namely in the connectivity and design areas.

Most wireless keyboards connect to PCs using radio frequency (RF) or Bluetooth. The former typically run on the 2.4GHz wireless signal and come with a USB receiver that acts as the link between the keyboard and your PC. Bluetooth-connected keyboards connect to PCs without the need for a USB receiver. However, your PC must have Bluetooth capabilities to do so, which isn’t a problem for modern devices but may be on older PC models.

Regardless of the type of connectivity, a good wireless keyboard should have a strong, stable connection to its host PC. Nothing is worse than choppy input from a wireless accessory, and having a strong base connection can prevent that from happening.

A good wireless keyboard should also be comfortable to type with—a shocking concept, right? This is one of those aspects that will be unique to all users. Some may be perfectly happy typing on the keyboard that’s attached to their laptop, while others crave the clickier pastures of mechanical keyboards or similar devices. We’ll go into detail about how we judged each keyboard we tested in the next section, but in general, a good wireless keyboard should make the typing experience easier and more comfortable than whatever your previous default experience was before.

How we tested and judged

Typing comfort: We completed the 200-word 10FastFingers typing test on all of the keyboards we tested to gauge how easily each made it to type quickly and efficiently. We also spent at least two days with each keyboard and typed hundreds of words with them as we went through our regular work days (as a writer, I spend more hours of the day typing, so each keyboard got a considerable amount of love). We also took into account key travel and actuation—in general, keys should have around 1.2mm of travel between them, and actuation shouldn’t be so low as to allow accidental keystrokes.


Connectivity and compatibility: We considered both Bluetooth and RF wireless keyboards for this guide. We generally believe Bluetooth is the better option of the two because it doesn’t hog a USB port like RF models do with their receivers. However, both are good options for anyone who wants to ditch their traditional wired keyboards.

Connectivity goes hand in hand with compatibility. While some wireless keyboards are designed for just one operating system, others (which are arguably the better of the bunch) can work on different types of devices. We used a MacBook Pro, a Dell XPS 13, an iPhone XS Max, and a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to test the keyboards. For RF keyboards, we only connected them to the MacBook Pro and the XPS 13, but we attempted to connect and use each Bluetooth keyboard with all four devices. In doing so, we were able to test how well (if at all) a wireless keyboard worked with operating systems that its specifications did not explicitly support.

Portability: Keyboards come in all shapes and sizes—some are designed to be minimalistic, while others are designed to achieve another level of ergonomic comfort. We didn’t limit our testing to only compact keyboards, but rather we took into account the dimensions of each device to see if it could fit into a standard backpack (one that could hold a 13-inch laptop or a large tablet). Because Bluetooth keyboards are wireless, you can take them anywhere and use them with multiple different host devices.

Price: Wireless keyboards can be priced as low as $25 to as high as $150. Our ideal price range for a solid wireless keyboard is $40 to $70. We tested a number of devices in and around that price range so we could recommend an array of products, including those that fit a strict budget and those that are more luxurious.

Best overall

Kanex MultiSync Slim Aluminum Wireless Keyboard

  • The Kanex MultiSync Slim Aluminum Wireless Keyboard.

    Valentina Palladino

  • It’s designed for Macs, but it can be connected to up to four devices at once, and that includes Windows, Android, and iOS devices.

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  • The indicator lights show when Caps Lock is on, when it’s connecting to a new device, and when it’s low on power.

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Specs at a glance: Kanex MultiSync Slim Aluminum Wireless Keyboard
Price $61.75
OS Compatibility Android, iOS, macOS, Windows
Connectivity Bluetooth
Connected devices Up to 4
Key travel/ actuation 1.5mm/60g
Battery Built-in rechargeable
Dimensions 4.5 x 11 x 0.4 in
Weight .68 pounds
Other perks Built-in backlight, included travel pouch

Out of the dozens of keyboards we tested, Kanex’s MultiSync Slim Aluminum Wireless Keyboard will meet most everyone’s needs. While the keyboard itself is designed for iOS and macOS use, that’s true only in its layout. With its Bluetooth connectivity, it can pair with almost any device that has Bluetooth 3.0 or higher. I tested it with Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows, and it worked exceptionally well across all of those operating systems. You could even have one of each of those devices paired with the keyboard at once thanks to its four-device pairing capability.

Kanex’s wireless keyboard also provided one of the best pairing and switching experiences of all of the keyboards I tested. The standard process of pairing a wireless keyboard for the first time over Bluetooth requires you to press a combination of keys—in Kanex’s case, the Fn key and one of the first four number keys (all of which have a designated Bluetooth icon on them). Since Kanex’s keyboard is designed for Macs, I didn’t even have to do so when I went to pair it with my MacBook Pro—my machine recognized the device in its Bluetooth menu, allowing me to pair and start typing within seconds.

But I did have to follow the standard pairing instructions when assigning new devices to the rest of the number keys. After the initial pairing, I could quickly press Fn+2 to switch to my Dell XPS 13 laptop and then Fn+1 again to go back to my MacBook Pro.

In testing so many keyboards, I found that the best ones often had a similar typing experience characterized by decent key travel, an actuation level that requires just the right amount of force as to not mistake slight brushes for key presses, and subtly clicky keys. Kanex’s keyboard ticks all of those boxes—it’s comfortable to type on and I appreciate that nearly all of its keys (including the non-character ones) are sized normally. Even the Function keys on its top row are all sized the same as character keys, making it easier to adjust volume, screen brightness, and more.

Kanex’s wireless keyboard also includes a backlight, something that most other devices don’t have. Pressing Fn+Command allows you to turn on the backlight, adjust its strength, and turn it off as well. This makes Kanex’s keyboard a viable option for those who often find themselves in dark environments as well as those who travel a lot. The keyboard’s design makes it a great travel accessory—measuring 4.5×11×0.4 inches and weighing just .68 pounds, it’s slim, light, and attractive. Its aluminum construction adds to its premium look and feel, and Kanex even includes a cloth carrying pouch in the box so you protect the keyboard when it’s in a bag or backpack.


The keyboard also comes with a microUSB cable for charging the device’s 750mAh battery. It should last up to six months on a single charge, depending on how much you use it. In the few weeks I tested it and many other keyboards, I only recharged Kanex’s keyboard once. It also has a sleep mode and a dedicated on-off switch that lets you conserve battery power when the device isn’t being used.

As you’ll see in our other keyboard picks, Kanex’s wireless keyboard doesn’t do everything a wireless keyboard can do. It doesn’t have a number pad, it doesn’t have customizable keys, and it doesn’t come with a USB-receiver. However, it does have all of the essentials we want in a wireless keyboard, including a stable Bluetooth connection, an easy device-switching mechanism, comfortable keys and key layout, and an attractive, portable design. All of that plus its $61.75 price tag makes it hard to beat.

The Good

  • Attractive backlit keyboard that pairs to and works well on many OSes.

The Bad

  • Small up- and down-arrow keys.

Kanex MultiSync Slim Aluminum Wireless Keyboard

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Runner up

Logitech K780 multi-device wireless keyboard

  • The Logitech K780 multi-device wireless keyboard.

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  • The rubber cradle holds smartphones and tablets so you can use them without needing an extra stand.

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  • It can connect to three devices at once, and you can switch between them using these numbered keys.

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  • Circular keys are the best for long bouts of typing, but these are more comfortable than you’d think.

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  • The on-off switch helps conserve battery life.

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  • It connects to devices using Bluetooth or its included USB receiver.

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Specs at a glance: Logitech K780 multi-device wireless keyboard
Price $59.99
OS Compatibility Android, Chrome OS, iOS, macOS, Windows
Connectivity Bluetooth, USB receiver
Connected devices Up to 3
Actuation 63g
Battery 2 x AAA (included)
Dimensions 0.9×6.2×14.9 inches
Weight 1.92 pounds
Other perks Integrated rubber cradle, Logitech Options software for key customization

Logitech makes some of the best PC accessories available, so it was no surprise that its K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard was one of the best we tried. It looks more peculiar than other keyboards because it has an integrated rubber cradle along its top edge that’s designed to hold tablets and smartphones. You don’t need an extra stand or supportive case on your mobile devices to use them with this keyboard, which is a great perk.

That cradle also makes the K780 a solid keyboard to take with you on the go because it can act as a stand and a keyboard in one. Since it includes a number pad and weighs 1.92 pounds, it’s not the most compact or lightweight keyboard available, but it’s arguably the most fully featured portable wireless keyboard you can get.

The K780 keyboard can pair with up to three devices using its dedicated switching keys, and it works with Android, Chrome OS, iOS, macOS, and Windows devices. It also connects using either Bluetooth or a USB receiver, giving you the option to choose how you want to connect it to your PC (Bluetooth is the only option for most mobile devices). Pairing and switching was a breeze, and the process is much like any other wireless keyboard—long-press the desired numbered switching key to pair and follow any on-screen instructions.

A short-press of any of the three switching keys after that lets you go back and forth to type on all of your devices. Like most wireless keyboards, it takes a second or two for the switching process to take place, but, overall, the K780 transitions smoothly and quickly from device to device.

While its round keys give the K780 an attractive, modern look, they aren’t the best for typing. However, they are decently sized and have good travel, so the shape doesn’t completely ruin the typing experience. I used the K780 as my primary keyboard for a couple of days and typed at nearly my normal speed most of the time. In addition to not being a huge fan of circular keys, I’m also not a fan of the keyboard’s tiny arrow keys that sit right below the right-side shift key—they are easy to miss.

Logitech makes up for those shortcomings by letting you customize some of the Fn keys with the Logitech Options software. Available for macOS and Windows, this free, downloadable program lets you change the functions of some of the top row’s keys depending on the operating system you’re using. I mostly work on macOS and I was shocked to see just how many options I had to choose from. For example, the key with the curved arrow icon on it goes back by default, but you can change it to do essentially whatever you want: turn screen brightness up or down, enter full-screen mode, open notifications, initiate a screen capture, and more. Logitech Options acts as a hub for many of its wireless keyboards, so if you happen to have more than one Logitech keyboard, you can change or restore settings on all of them from one program.

On top of that, the K780 should last up to two years on one set of two AAA batteries, which come conveniently pre-installed when you buy the keyboard. While I prefer built-in rechargeable batteries, this isn’t a bad option. The keyboard has an on-off switch so you can conserve power when you’re not using it, and it will also automatically go into sleep mode after a while of you not using it.

Considering all of its features, Logitech’s K780 provides a lot of value for your money. Pricing is a bit all over the place—Logitech sells it for $79.99, but it starts at $59.99 on Amazon—but even at its most expensive, the K780 is well worth its decent price tag.

The Good

  • Customizable keyboard that works well on all major OSes.

The Bad

Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard

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Best keyboards 2021: the best typing companions

Go for one of the best keyboards if you’re looking for a new one for your computer setup. Whether you need one that’s productivity oriented, to help dig into your favorite games, or even just to catch up on social media and watch some Netflix, no other keyboard is good enough, especially for your fingers, wrist and shoulders.

The best keyboards are a vital part of any computer setup, and every type of user benefits from having a quality keyboard. Not only are they more accurate, more responsive and more comfortable to use, but they’ll also let you take full advantage of your PC. Much like other peripherals such as the best mouse and the best monitor, these excellent keyboards improve your overall computing experience. 

Whether you want that gaming advantage on the best PC games or you want to keep things minimal and portable, the best keyboards are a considerable step up from their run-of-the-mill counterparts. Be sure to grab one for yourself. From the best gaming keyboards to the best small keyboards, these are our top picks below.

The best keyboards of 2021 at a glance:

  1. Razer Huntsman v2 Analog
  2. Corsair K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard
  3. Razer Pro Type
  4. Filco Ninja Majestouch-2
  5. Logitech Craft
  6. PFU Happy Hacking Professional 2 (HHKB2)
  7. Apple Magic Keyboard
  8. Unicomp Classic 104
  9. Das Keyboard Prime 13
  10. Logitech K780

(Image credit: Razer)

1. Razer Huntsman v2 Analog

The best gaming keyboard right now


Interface: Wired

Keyboard backlighting: Yes

Switches: Analog mechanical


Reasons to buy

+Fully customizable key actuation+Delightfully tactile key clicks+Extremely comfortable wrist rest

Reasons to avoid

-Eye-wateringly expensive-Built-in twin-cable 

Combining the latest optical technology and Razer’s analog mechanical key switches, the Razer Huntsman v2 Analog is good enough to get a five-star rating from us. That’s under-selling it. This gaming keyboard delivers the best typing and gaming experience of any keyboard we’ve tested in the last few months, with extremely satisfying tactile feedback and a wrist rest that’s designed to let you game for longer. As far as keyboards go, it is sitting on the expensive side of things, but it’s definitely worth it.

Read the full review: Razer Huntsman v2 Analog

2. Corsair K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard

Are you not entertained?


Interface: Bluetooth

Keyboard backlighting: Yes

Switches: Corsair Ultra-low Profile Scissor


Reasons to buy

+Keys feel great+Sturdy and portable

Reasons to avoid

-Small trackpad

If you have a home theater PC, you might be frustrated by the lack of keyboards that explicitly appeal to your use case. Luckily, there’s a keyboard for you – the Corsair K83 Wireless is a fantastic entertainment-focused keyboard. Not only is it light and portable, it also has a bevy of entertainment functions that’ll make life easier in your living room. And, with its wealth of connectivity options, including Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless through a dongle, you can use it with many different platforms. However, it’s not great at gaming, so keep that in mind. 

Read the full review: Corsair K83 Wireless

(Image credit: Razer)

3. Razer Pro Type

Hits more than it misses


Interface: Bluetooth, 2.4GHz wireless

Keyboard backlighting: Yes

Switches: Orange Mechanical switch


Reasons to buy

+Quiet mechanical keys+USB-C charger+Connects to four wireless devices without re-pairing

Reasons to avoid

-Wireless connectivity issues

With the Razer Pro Type, you’re getting the trifecta: beauty, sheer performance and comfort. So, while it isn’t the cheapest option out there, you’ll be glad to pay it for everything it offers, as well as that nice extra of not having to deal with more cables on your desk. The fact that this wireless keyboard is incredibly quiet for having mechanical keys, connects up to four wireless devices without re-pairing and offers USB-C charging are just nice cherries on top of an already terrific pie. 

Read the full review: Razer Pro Type

  • This product is only available in the US and UK. Australian readers: check out a fine alternative in the Razer Blackwidow Chroma V2.

(Image credit: Filco)

4. Filco Ninja Majestouch-2

No more faded lettering


Interface: Wired

Keyboard backlighting: No

Switches: Cherry MX


Reasons to buy

+Front key prints have several benefits+Outstanding comfort

The problem with non-backlit keyboards is that the key names are printed, so overtime, those fade away or even disappear altogether. Filco Ninja Majestouch-2 solves that common problem by simply moving the print from the top of each key to the side facing the user. This approach has another benefit – those prints are hidden from others looking at your keyboard from other angles, giving you that needed privacy when you’re typing things like your login information. Of course, this one’s also got Filco’s stamp of comfort, durability and reliability on it as well.

5. Logitech Craft

Finally, a keyboard for creatives


Interface: Wireless

Switches: Scissor switch mechanism


Reasons to buy

+Weighty, solid construction +Useful and unique dial 

Reasons to avoid


We’ve seen all kinds of keyboards over the years here at TechRadar, from stylish tenkeyless keyboards to RGB-laden gaming behemoths, but something has always been missing – a focus on creatives. Thankfully, with the Logitech Craft, this is no longer the case. Not only is this a sturdy, tactile and attractive keyboard but it also features a unique dial on its top left corner, which will help creatives expedite their workflow. This dial’s utility will vary depending on the application, from simply controlling the volume on the desktop, to changing levels in various tools in Photoshop. If you spend a lot of time creating content on your PC, the Logitech Craft is one of the best keyboards you can buy today.

Read the full review: Logitech Craft 

6. PFU Happy Hacking Professional 2 (HHKB2)

A coder’s dream and typist’s treasure


Interface: Wired

Switches: Topre electrostatic capacitive (45 grams)


Reasons to buy

+Incredibly portable+Lightweight

Reasons to avoid

-Key layout not for everybody-No arrow keys

The PFU Happy Hacking Professional 2 has somewhat of a cult following in the keyboard scene, and it’s not hard to see why. This keyboard is aimed at coders, but it’s fantastic for all you writers out there, too. It forgoes traditional arrow keys, instead making use of function keys and key combinations to get that stuff done. It will take a minute to get used to, but once you get that out of the way the small size is a huge benefit, as you’ll be able to take it anywhere you go. Plus, that sweet ‘thock’ sound of the Topre switches is a wonder to behold.

  • This product is only available in the US and UK at the time of this writing. Australian readers: check out a fine alternative in the Das Keyboard Prime 13

(Image credit: Apple)

7. Apple Magic Keyboard

Best for your Mac


Interface: Wireless

Keyboard backlighting: Yes

Switches: Scissor


Reasons to buy

+Thin and compact+A pleasure to use

Reasons to avoid

-Not cheap-White color gets dirty easily

Apple’s Magic Keyboard is the most comfortable, reliable and good-looking keyboard we’ve ever had the pleasure of using, and it’s simply the best keyboard for Mac users. It’s actually incredible how sleek and thin this keyboard is, especially considering how comfortable it is to use, thanks to its great bounce and satisfying tactile feedback. It’s, of course, due in large part to that stable scissor mechanism, which Apple has adopted on its laptops as well. It’s so easy to use as well. Turn it on for the first time, and it’ll automatically pair with your Mac – it’s so decidedly Apple. Finally, there’s that battery, which lasts you a whole month before it needs charging, unlike other Bluetooth productivity keyboards that only last you a few days.

  • This product is only available in the US at the time of this writing. UK and Australian readers: check out a fine alternative in the HyperX Alloy Elite 

8. Unicomp Classic 104

The ultimate keyboard for typing nostalgia


Interface: Wired

Switches: Buckling spring


Reasons to buy

+Snappy buckling spring switch+Retro design

Reasons to avoid

-Can lead to tired fingers-Big and bulky

Remember those old IBM Model M keyboards? Well, that’s what the Unicomp Classic 104 seeks to emulate. Available in both USB and PS/2 versions, it uses a buckling spring switch that takes more effort to press than just about every other modern switch. You’re rewarded for this hard pressing with a tactile response that feels like the classic mechanical keyboards of old, along with a noise that will drive everyone around you mad. 

9. Das Keyboard Prime 13

Mixing minimalistic style with premium quality


Interface: Wired

Keyboard backlighting: White

Switch type: Cherry MX Red or Brown switches


Reasons to buy

+Cherry MX switches+Solid, minimalistic design

Reasons to avoid

-Pricey-No volume rocker

Some keyboards just ooze class, and the Das Keyboard Prime 13 is one of them. Its features a solid aluminum top panel for added rigidity and a very minimalistic look. With Cherry’s MX Red or Brown switches under the keycaps, you’re given a choice between linear and non-linear offerings with a range of actuation points.

It’s a great option for media enthusiasts thanks to side lit media control and the inclusion of white backlighting is another bonus. It’s not the most affordable keyboard on our list, but if you’re looking for something a little bit more premium, Das is the way to go.

10. Logitech K780

A great option for mobile device owners


Interface: Wired

Keyboard backlighting: No


Reasons to buy

+Pairs to three devices+Cradle holds smartphones and tablets

Reasons to avoid

-AA, rather than rechargeable battery

With its latest keyboard, Logitech is targeting smartphone and tablet owners who prefer to use their device while sat at a desk. And, if you were a fan of the predecessor, the K380, the Logitech K780 should be right up your alley, especially with its added number pad. This keyboard still has the ability to pair with three devices using Bluetooth or wireless, so you can swap between all your gadgets on the fly. And, thanks to its comfortable rounded keycaps, it’s still a pleasure to type on. The keyboard’s base is the star of the show, however, as it can hold mobile devices up to 11.3mm thick in an upright position. This places them within arms’ reach to make anything from replying to WhatsApp messages or reading a digital magazine easier than ever. 

 How to determine the best keyboard for you 


It goes without saying that if you demand the look and feel only mechanical switches can provide, rather than those that are slim and stealthy, we suggest perusing our best gaming keyboards round-up instead.

Gamers prioritize the actuation that clicky feeling mechanical keyboards bring, whereas traditional home and office users are more about practicality. That said, the sheer magnitude of sound produced by a lot of mechanical keyboards is offputting to some. For those folks, we have some membrane keyboards to recommend as well.

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90,000 top wireless backlit keyboards

All of this means you can count on features like tactile mechanical switches, lightning fast response times, and more gaming gizmos. They are so good that even professional esports players are already using this type of device in full swing in tournaments!

When it comes to styling and ergonomics, sleek RGB models are becoming commonplace and you are sure to find the right device for your PC.In this article, we’ll share the best wireless gaming keyboards.

Logitech K350


  • 104 keys
  • Mechanical Switches
  • 2.4GHz Wireless Technology

If you’re looking for a budget keyboard and aren’t too obsessed with design, the Logitech K350 is a great choice. It is equipped with all the necessary functions for everyday tasks and games. The model comes with programmable F-keys, built-in multimedia controls and Logitech proprietary features.In terms of ergonomics, the wave design is quite comfortable and the wrist rest is soft.

Logitech K800


  • 104 keys
  • Membrane switches
  • 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
  • Key backlight

Looking for a powerful wireless keyboard from a top brand? Well, the Logitech K800 is one of the best models out there. With 2.4GHz wireless connectivity built into Logitech’s patented Unifying Receiver technology, the device is highly reliable for both typing and gaming.

In addition, the device is equipped with PerfectStroke, a unique key system that makes every keystroke very comfortable, smooth and quiet. And if this is not enough, the keys are backlit for convenient use of the device at any time of the day or night.

G-Cord Wireless


  • 104 keys
  • Mechanical Switches
  • 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
  • RGB backlight

G-Cord Wireless Keyboard is a gamer’s dream.You can connect it to your computer with a wire, or play with a wireless USB receiver. Either way, you’ll love the 1ms response time and AntiGhosting technology, which eliminates the problem of ghost clicks.

In terms of style, the aluminum body is ultra-durable and the full-size 104-key design is ideal for all types of users. Plus, you can light up your device with 6 LED effects that you can customize directly on the keyboard itself.

Drevo Calibur


  • 71 keys
  • Mechanical Switches
  • Bluetooth technology
  • RGB backlight

The Drevo Calibur is an elegant and compact mini keyboard without number pad that is completely wireless. The 71-key mechanical keyboard is offered in a variety of switch configurations and includes basic gaming features such as anti-ghosting and N-key rollover.

In addition, you can fully customize the Calibur lighting with 7 preset effects, or check the downloadable software for even more optimization options. Calibur is a great all-round keyboard and one of the best wireless gaming models around.

Logitech G613


  • 104 keys with 6 macro keys
  • Romer G
  • Mechanical Switches

  • Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless technology
  • The

The Logitech G613 is used by top esports athletes with might and main, and for good reason: the keyboard offers everything you need for competitive gaming.The model boasts a 1ms response time and the Romer G switches deliver an incredible feel that makes typing a pleasure.

There are also several programmable G-keys for macro sequences and some pro-gaming functions. Plus, an integrated wrist rest provides unrivaled ergonomic comfort for all-day gaming sessions.

Corsair K63

Specifications :

  • 87 keys
  • Cherry MX
  • Mechanical Switches

  • Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless technology
  • RGB backlight

With the development of the K63, Corsair simply abandoned all accepted standards.The revolutionary keyboard features Cherry MX switches, 8MB onboard memory, dynamic RGB lighting and more. All this is housed in a polished aluminum frame.

What about the software? The K63 integrates seamlessly with the iCue for full macro and backlight customization. Connect your keyboard to your PC using Bluetooth or a receiver, then jump right into the game with its simple plug and play design.



  • 87 keys
  • Mechanical Switches
  • Bluetooth technology
  • RGB backlight

Looking for a great mechanical keyboard with all the bells and whistles? Well, this wireless keyboard from RK, a relatively new company on the market, certainly gets the job done to its fullest! The model is equipped with Bluetooth 3.0 for permanent connection and has features such as key switching and RGB backlighting. In addition, several different switch configurations are available for the device, ensuring the perfect match for your gaming PC.

Anne Pro 2


  • 61 keys
  • Mechanical Switches Gateron
  • Bluetooth technology
  • RGB backlight
  • The

Anne Pro 2, released in 2019, quickly took the lead and became one of the most loved wireless gaming keyboards on the market.What makes her so special? For starters, it’s incredibly easy to get used to as there are only 61 keys and the model syncs seamlessly with your PC and Mac via Bluetooth or a wired connection.

The device is equipped with the best gaming features such as anti-ghosting, full-key rollover and more. When it comes to design, don’t let the small form factor fool you! The device supports up to 16 million color combinations with 100% customizable backlighting.

Corsair K57


  • 104 keys with 6 macro keys
  • Membrane switches
  • Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless technology
  • RGB backlight

The Corsair K57 Wireless Keyboard is the ideal gaming accessory designed to work perfectly with Windows.The model is equipped with premium membrane switches with a response time of 1 ms. In addition, the product is equipped with 6 macro keys for quick access to the most important functions. The ergonomic and durable design delivers exceptional comfort and lightness, backed by stellar customer reviews.

Razer Turret


  • 104 keys and mouse
  • Razer
  • Mechanical Switches

  • 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
  • RGB backlight

Razer is renowned for its high performance gaming accessories and this model is no exception.While the wireless keyboard and mouse combo is a bit pricey, it will undoubtedly improve your gaming experience. This is because the device has a reliable 2.4 GHz connection, dedicated game keys and up to 50 hours of battery life. When it comes to styling and ergonomics, the sleek black design and dedicated mouse dock make for an exceptional experience.

How does a wireless gaming keyboard work?

Wireless Gaming Keyboard – Keyboard equipped with wireless technology for a secure connection.These types of devices are specifically designed for PC gaming and include features such as fast response times and built-in software to help users gain an edge in competitive gaming. In terms of appearance, wireless devices often have stylish designs with a dark color palette. You can also find RGB backlit models, a handy feature that adds more PC style.

Wireless gaming keyboards work similarly to standard keyboards with a few notable exceptions.What’s the most noticeable? Of course, they are wireless.

Advantages of wireless gaming keyboards

Let’s take a look at the main benefits of wireless gaming keyboards:

  • Technology. There is a wide range of wireless gaming keyboards on the market, each with the latest in wireless and gaming technologies. All this is needed in order to create a product that will perfectly prove itself in business.
  • Wireless & Portability. Whether your keyboard uses Bluetooth or 2.4GHz wireless technology, wireless technology paves the way for portable form factors that are great for gaming at home or on the go.
  • Careful design. The best wireless gaming keyboards are crafted with high quality materials in a stylish form factor to match your PC. It is also possible to find a device with RGB lighting and other unique features.
  • Designed exclusively for gamers. The keyboards on our list are designed for gamers, and all models offer lightning fast response times, anti-ghosting and key-rollover technologies, convenient hotkeys, and more. Result? A real edge in competitive games.

In addition, each keyboard has its own set of parts and features. Some of them even offer professional features that you can’t find on standard wired keyboards.

How to choose a wireless keyboard for gaming?

Let’s take a look at the top factors to consider when choosing a new gaming keyboard:

  • Intended Use
  • Compatibility and connection type
  • Design and Form Factor
  • Additional Features
  • Price

When choosing a keyboard for a PC, it is always helpful to think about the intended use of the device. If you are a casual gamer, then most of the models on our list are available for purchase.However, if your game library is jam-packed with FPS, battle royale titles, and more, then the Bluetooth model is probably the best choice.

Whichever connection you choose, there are many options. There are mini models, keyboards without number pad, full-size devices and much more on the market. Each has its own style, with different color palettes and lighting options. Always aim for a model with a fast response time and try to select additional options (if budget allows).


90,000 TOP-18 models with a touchpad, bluetooth, backlight, mini, for smart TV in the rating of 2020-2021

The keyboard is considered one of the significant elements of a computer , which guarantees comfort and ease of use, and also allows you to freely engage in work or spend leisure time.

The most practical and convenient accessory, many users call the wireless model , which can be connected to a computer via Bluetooth and radio frequencies.

Despite the fact that such devices have a classic design and the usual set of options, they will be able to pleasantly surprise every customer.

Rating of TOP-18 best wireless keyboards

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How to choose a wireless keyboard?

Stay informed! When choosing a wireless keyboard, it is necessary to take into account such parameters as:

  • type of wireless connection – radio transmitter or Bluetooth.
    In the first case, the signal is transmitted by radio frequency and easily passes all obstacles.
    Thanks to this, the device can be used at a distance of 10-20 meters.
    In the second version, the radius is limited – only 7-10 meters;
  • protection against water and dust ingress – helps to save the device from an accidentally overturned glass or cup of tea.
    In addition, it will be much easier to clean the gadget – all you have to do is wipe it gently with a cloth;
  • Key illumination is a useful option for users who like to sit in front of the monitor until late and type in the dark.
    Today, there are models on sale with backlighting of all kinds of shades – convenient, stylish and very effective;
  • keys and additional buttons – can be reliable mechanical, silent membrane and advanced scissor.
    There are models with multimedia units and a touchpad – it replaces the usual mouse;
  • digital block – many modern models are not equipped with this element, although it may often be necessary.
    The digital block is indispensable for people who work with tables and text documents, as well as write codes and carry out calculations.

Advantages and disadvantages of wireless devices

A significant advantage of wireless devices is lack of wires, which are easily tangled, create inconvenience and often interfere with the user.

Please note! It should be noted that such accessories are different:

  • ease of use at any distance from the monitor;
  • the ability to control a smart TV;
  • light weight and optimal dimensions;
  • simplicity and ease of connection to a computer;
  • modern minimalistic design;
  • long warranty and operational period;
  • versatility of use.

The main disadvantages of wireless keyboards are:

  • the need for periodic replacement of batteries;
  • high probability of small delays in the transmission of information;
  • The battery may be drained unexpectedly.

Popular models

Worth noting! The rating of popular models will help you find the perfect wireless device.

These are multifunctional, reliable, safe and high-tech devices.

The best models in terms of price and quality

Rating TOP-4 best wireless models in terms of price and quality.

Logitech K580

A versatile device designed to become a worthy assistant in work and study, as well as the best ally in playing video games.

Spectacular computer accessory with an elementary control panel that attracts attention with high ergonomics, attractive design and low price.

The equipment is absolutely universal in use and has a low weight, so it will be convenient to use.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 79;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 37.3 × 2.1 × 14.3 cm.


  • modern and elegant design;
  • silent text input;
  • long battery life;
  • optimal organization of space;
  • compact dimensions and low weight.


  • non-rubberized keys;
  • duration of the warranty period;
  • no wired connection.
Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 Black USB

Stylish and recognized as one of the best peripherals on the market today.

Waterproof keyboard with black casing for stable wireless communication.

A feature of the model is the presence of highly reliable membrane keys with a UV coating, which protects them from wear and tear and allows them to preserve their appearance for a long time.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 112;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 38.2 × 2.4 × 15.8 cm.


  • many additional keys;
  • convenient location on the desktop;
  • silent membrane keys;
  • attractive price;
  • stable work.


  • the device is not equipped with a backlight;
  • rather fragile legs;
  • complete set.
Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360 Black USB

An advanced device that will appeal to its high technical performance and affordable price.

A budget membrane keyboard with an impressive working radius, equipped with a numeric keypad, which will be a pleasant bonus for office workers and people working with text files.

There are also six additional keys and a volume control.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 107;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 38.2 × 2.4 × 15.8 cm


  • sound adjustment at the discretion of the user;
  • low cost of the accessory;
  • Sufficient number of membrane keys;
  • classic design;
  • equipment durability and reliability.


  • peculiar arrangement of some buttons;
  • no backlight in the model;
  • Impractical glossy finish.
Logitech Multi-Device Stand Combo K375s Black Bluetooth

An interesting model with a sufficient number of keys and a pleasant appearance.

Wireless equipment with included wrist rest for comfortable work.

The ergonomic design allows you to work not only with files on your computer, but also instantly switch to your smartphone or tablet to type and send a message.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 101;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 43.6 × 2.1 × 13.8 cm.


  • Compatible with all operating systems;
  • very clear interface;
  • fast switch to smartphone or tablet;
  • ultra-ergonomic and good size;
  • the presence of a digital block.


  • only three keys with indicator lights;
  • short shift;
  • sliding on the working surface.

Best Smart TV Touchpad Models

The Best Smart TV Mini Models with Integrated Touchpad.

Atom AT-103

Functional novelty from a trusted brand, created with innovative technologies in mind.

Uniquely designed wireless keyboard with touchpad and bright backlighting, perfect for complementing your PC, media player or TV.

Small size, light weight, non-trivial design and impressive functionality – always be one step ahead.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 89;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – yes;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 14.9 × 1.9 × 9.7 cm.


  • Large reach;
  • excellent backlight for optimal brightness;
  • silent keys;
  • the ability to easily adjust the sound;
  • Good protection against accidental water and dust ingress.


  • no digital block;
  • a small number of buttons;
  • poor equipment.
Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus Black USB

An eye-catching accessory designed for long-lasting and trouble-free performance.

The top mid-range device with the latest multimedia control technology that dramatically improves user experience.

This wireless model is a winning option for users who prefer comfortable work.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 85;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 35.4 × 2.4 × 14 cm


  • good membrane keyboard;
  • granting maximum control;
  • Convenient volume control;
  • long warranty period;
  • versatility and compactness.


  • no digital block;
  • keys without backlight;
  • keys too easily soiled.
Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard Black USB

A full-size device that impresses with its ergonomics, functionality and stylish design without unnecessary details.

Membrane wireless keyboard, housed in a traditional deep black case, with a large working radius, which allows it to be used away from the monitor.

There are hot multimedia keys in the device for quick access to necessary files and unhindered access to the Internet.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 86;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 36.7 × 1.5 × 13.2 cm.


  • hassle-free navigation;
  • additional keys in sufficient quantity;
  • Free movement of the device;
  • reliable protection system;
  • reasonable price.


  • there is no digital block in the model;
  • no key backlighting;
  • a small number of buttons.

The best compact mini models

Review of compact models based on customer reviews and ratings.

Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360 920-003095 Black USB

A miniature device with silent keys designed for active users.

Cordless full-size membrane keyboard with volume control, recognized as one of the best peripherals on the market today.

Additional keys have become a successful solution of the developer. The hardware warranty period is 365 days from the date of purchase.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 107;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 38.2 × 2.4 × 15.8 cm.


  • absolute convenience of device connection;
  • Sufficient number of programmable keys;
  • the presence of stable adjustable legs;
  • excellent build without the slightest flaws;
  • high level of protection.


  • peculiar arrangement of some keys and buttons;
  • no backlight is provided in the model;
  • traditional design without decor.
Jet.A Slim Line K8 BT Silver Bluetooth

An excellent compact keyboard at an affordable price with an attractive appearance.

Multimedia ultra-compact scissor model that can be used to work with computers, tablets, phones and other mobile devices.

Excellent tactile sensations are guaranteed by keys with a soft stroke – when pressing them, the user will not hear any sound.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 78;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 28.5 × 2.1 × 10 cm.


  • stylish and elegant design;
  • comfort and versatility of use;
  • many additional keys;
  • absolute operational safety;
  • Instant wireless connection.


  • short warranty period;
  • no digital block for work;
  • Light surface is easily contaminated.
Logitech Multi-Device Keyboard K480 Black Bluetooth

Desktop keyboard that can be used not only for a computer, but also for a tablet or smartphone.

A quiet membrane model for PCs and mobile devices that boasts unrivaled performance, excellent ergonomics, versatility and compact design.

The device can be used without any problems due to its extremely simple setup – in case of difficulties, an informative instruction will help you to figure it out.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 95;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • key illumination – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 29.9x2x19.5 cm.


  • detailed setup guide included;
  • easy switching between devices;
  • well thought-out protection system;
  • compactness, light weight;
  • good working radius.


  • Presence of plastic odor;
  • no digital block;
  • short warranty period.

Bluetooth keyboards

Rating of models that do not require an additional USB transmitter – working via bluetooth system of a tablet, smartphone or computer.

Logitech K380 Multi-Device Dark Gray Bluetooth

Multifunctional device that easily connects to all wireless devices.

Excellent computer keyboard with the ability to enter text on any device and a battery indicator so that the user is always aware of when to recharge the device.

The shape of the keys is designed taking into account the modest dimensions of the accessory – stylish and laconic.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 79;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • sizes – 27.9 x 1.6 x 12.4 cm.


  • Long battery life;
  • unusual appearance;
  • excellent indicator lights;
  • two-year manufacturer’s warranty;
  • ease of transportation.


  • Lack of key backlighting;
  • small number of keys;
  • quickly dirty surface.
Apple Magic Keyboard White Bluetooth

An elegant premium model that effectively combines several innovations.

A fashionable wireless keyboard that combines several innovations: a durable built-in rechargeable battery, an ultra-thin design and an improved key mechanism.

Without recharging, the device can do for a month – all for the comfort of the user.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 79;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • sizes – 27.9 × 1.1 × 11.5 cm.


  • miniature size and low weight;
  • no need for frequent recharging;
  • extended functionality;
  • Lightning-fast wireless connection;
  • great multimedia keys.


  • overpriced;
  • Rapid pollution of white buttons;
  • noise when typing.
Satechi Aluminum Wireless Keyboard with Numeric Keypad Silver Bluetooth

An attractive accessory with many benefits and nice features.

Full-size cordless model with stylish silver design with numeric keypad, well protected from moisture and dust.

The ergonomic device does not slip on the working surface, thanks to which it will be as convenient to use as possible.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 104;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • sizes – 38.2 × 2.4 × 15.8 cm.


  • Wireless stability;
  • versatility of operation;
  • no need for special maintenance;
  • value for money;
  • Nice appearance.


  • rapid surface contamination;
  • no wrist rest available;
  • instruction.

Best Kits (Keyboard + Mouse)

Logitech MK240 Nano Black-Yellow USB

Successful wireless kit that doesn’t take up a lot of desktop space.

High-tech keyboard and wireless mouse designed to be a stylish addition to the workspace of every active user.

Both elements are streamlined and compact in size, providing stable cursor control through high-precision optical tracking technology.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 107;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • sizes – 38.2 × 2.4 × 15.8 cm.


  • original design;
  • advanced LED mouse;
  • comfortable left and right hand operation;
  • precise and smooth cursor control;
  • affordable price.


  • there is a sound when you press the keys;
  • the keyboard is inconvenient for playing video games;
  • mediocre equipment.
Microsoft Wireless Desktop 900 Black USB

Trendy accessory that guarantees long-lasting high performance.

Desktop membrane model housed in an ultra-thin case.

Optical LED mouse has a streamlined shape and a scroll wheel that is easy to control at your discretion.

Type of wireless communication – radio channel.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 104;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • sizes – 42.4 × 2.8 × 15.5 cm


  • duration of work;
  • good size and convenient shape;
  • long-term warranty for the goods from the manufacturer;
  • well thought-out equipment;
  • absolute safety for the user.


  • very small print on the keyboard;
  • decreased mouse sensitivity;
  • Many indicators are missing.
Logitech Wireless Combo MK330 Black USB

Portable model that allows you to conveniently manage files and settings.

Complete and wireless keyboard and ultra-ergonomic mouse set designed for a desktop computer.

There are four additional keys with the possibility of reprogramming – the user can independently customize the device to his taste.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 115;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – no;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 44.6 × 2.1 × 18.3 cm.


  • Ability to control music playback;
  • right and left handed design;
  • mouse of a comfortable shape;
  • high resolution optical sensor;
  • there is a digital block.


  • no backlight is provided in the accessory;
  • some indicators are missing;
  • noisy work.

Backlit models

Logitech MX Keys

Low profile wireless keyboard ideal for both home and office use.

Interesting wireless model with backlit keys, perfect for a desktop computer.

Peripheral equipment provides a good opportunity to quickly measure information with other devices.

A high-power lithium battery is also available, featuring high reliability and long service life.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 104;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – yes;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • dimensions – 43x2x13.1 cm


  • light weight and compact size;
  • work with low sound effects;
  • presentable appearance;
  • exchange of information with other devices;
  • Convenient access to any settings.


  • soiled case;
  • the cost of the accessory is slightly overpriced;
  • Faint lettering on the keys.
Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 Black USB

Slim backlit keyboard model that connects quickly and easily to your computer.

Enhanced wireless accessory that allows the user to work away from the monitor while comfortably seated on a sofa or armchair.

The developer has equipped the device with a power indicator – it will remind the user of the need to recharge the accessory for further work.

Button illumination is activated when hands are brought to the keyboard.


  • design – classical;
  • number of keys – 108;
  • volume control – in stock;
  • keyboard backlight – yes;
  • protection against water – yes;
  • sizes – 45.2 × 3.3 × 21.8 cm.


  • full size layout;
  • charging via universal cable;
  • long warranty and operational period;
  • the presence of a charging indicator;
  • Nice appearance.


  • high price tag;
  • small left shift;
  • Sharp edges of the case.


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Having decided on the need for replacement of the old keyboard with a new wireless model, you should heed the advice of experts and do not forget about the following nuances:

  • when choosing an accessory it is necessary pay attention to the type of wireless connection, the presence of protection against accidental ingress of dust and water , as well as the type of keys and the presence of additional buttons;
  • important is the presence of a digital block , which is necessary for solving working moments, a volume control conveniently located on the panel and bright key illumination;
  • one should take into account the dimensions of the structure, its weight, the presence of a touchpad for comfortable control, the design of the device and the duration of the warranty period ;
  • The presence of a wireless mouse in the kit will simplify the process of using the , while not particularly affecting the cost of a computer accessory.

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Company information:

ShenZhen BLUE Solids Technology Co., Ltd. Mainly engaged in the supply of computer peripherals, metal mold and other related products, specifically all kinds of mouse / keyboard, cables and so on.The factory is located in Fuyong, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, and has more than 20,000 square meters of existing factories, more than 500 experienced workers, more than 10 skilled engineers and product developers.

The factory is known for producing unique style, high performance keyboard and mouse. Based on its mold design advantages, the factory has developed various unique customized molds, and the products are sold all over Europe, America, the Middle East, South America, Taiwan and other countries and regions.We always firmly believe that product quality comes first and technological innovation is the key to success, therefore, during the production process, we pay special attention to the correct sizing, taking into account the actual measurements for quality control, in order to carry out overall quality management. …

We do our best for you and we strive to create a first-class enterprise and brand in the world. He will be the best choice for you to choose BLUESOLIDS as your partner.

Our advantages:

1. We are a factory, accept OEM / ODM orders, we provide free custom designs according to your requirements.

2. We have more than 500 molds, a large number of molds, we have taken it upon ourselves to offer high quality products at a competitive price.

3. We have a strong professional design and practice team of technicians.

4. Delivery time: (specially designed for customer) / PO (production of original usually 20-25 days, MOQ: 1000 pcs.

5. Terms of payment: T / T (bank transfer) (30% deposit, balance should to be paid before shipment) (bank transfer), L / C at sight, O / A… ..

6. Warranty and Guarantee: 1 year warranty

7. With CE certificate, EC independent Testing and Certification certificate ( ROHS) Prohibition of Hazardous Substances, FCC of mlight, SGS, … and certain days.

8. 100% inspection, quality control: IQC (incoming quality control), IPQC (incoming quality control of manufacturing operations) -FQC (final quality control) -QA (quality assessment) with 5S wind protection control.

9. Sample delivery time: neutral sample is ready in 1 day, custom sample takes 3-7 days

Why Bluesolids:

  • Ø 15 years experience in keyboard and mouse production.
  • Ø Attend various international and overseas exhibitions annually in Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Germany, America, Russia, etc.
  • Ø We have a young and famous R&D team, and a strict and intense QC team …
  • Ø Above 5 salespeople in the team who offer 24 hours a day.
  • Ø Fast lead time within 15 days.
  • Ø You can get the best quality, lowest price and punctual buyer is responsible for return shipping and kindly after-sales service.
  • Ø Order type: OEM / ODM / Customized samples are accepted.
  • Ø Quality guarantee: 1 year guarantee.

MIIIW Wireless Combo Keyboard and Mouse (MWWC01)

MIIIW Wireless Combo Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Keyboard (MWWC01)

If you are working in an office or just looking for a multi-device compatible keyboard, the Xiaomi MIIIW Wireless Mouse Keyboard MWWC01 is exactly what you need.

Simple and elegant design

The body of the Xiaomi MIIIW MWWC01 wireless keyboard is made of high quality ABS plastic with good abrasion and stain resistance. The rounded key design lends sophistication and elegance to the keyboard. The keyboard contains 104 keys, the spacing of which is rather narrow, but still provides comfortable use and helps prevent the formation of dirt.

High Compatibility

Xiaomi MIIIW Wireless Keyboard MWWC01 is focused on versatility, so Xiaomi has paid attention to supporting different operating systems.Specifically, the PC / MAC key is located next to the F12 key, allowing users to quickly switch between Windows and MAC operating systems. However, the keyboard only supports Windows 7 and MacOS 10.10 or higher operating systems.

Convenient wireless connection

The Xiaomi MIIIW MWWC01 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse features a convenient 2.4GHz connection when compared to keyboards using traditional wired connections.With wireless connectivity, users can use the keyboard anywhere and anytime.

Scientific approach to tilt

The keyboard is equipped with comfortable tilt angles of 4º and 8º. In addition, the size of the keyboard is large enough to allow users to customize and expand the contact space between their fingers and buttons for the most comfortable typing experience. The bottom of the keyboard is non-slip, so it does not slip on the surface during use.

High durability, long use time

Xiaomi MIIIW Wireless Mouse Keyboard MWWC01 has been rigorously tested to ensure the best quality. In particular, the keyboard can handle over 5 million keystrokes without degrading quality.

Elegant Bamboo Handmade Keyboard and Mouse Set for Your Computer

Disposal of e-waste has become a major issue.Every year, tons of electronic materials are thrown away, but only a few are recycled. Moreover, a significant part of it remains non-biodegradable. There is a solution for that – a solution that solves this problem and at the same time makes the computer accessory really stylish to look at and use! We offer 100% biodegradable and eco-friendly handcrafted accessories made from natural bamboo. These include a well-designed keyboard and mouse set designed exclusively for the environmentally conscious.

Handmade bamboo keyboard

First, this handmade bamboo keyboard is not 100% biodegradable. The USB cable that comes with the equipment is made of plastic. Wireless is also available. In addition, the interior of the keyboard is made of the same plastic and metal as any standard keyboard. It’s just a pure wood case!

In addition, the appearance of the keyboard is similar to that of a standard PC keyboard.The wood touch is smooth and gives the product a distinctive look. If you’ve just tried to step away from your standard 104-key computer keyboard, you’ll find it easier with this handmade bamboo keyboard.

On the other hand, this handmade bamboo keyboard has no stand on the underside. Most keyboards have a stand at the bottom, which helps the user to adjust the angle of the keyboard according to their comfort.The keyboard does not have this support. While the rubber feet on the bottom help keep the keyboard flat on the table, there is no keyboard stand.

Handmade bamboo mouse

The Bamboo Handcrafted Mouse, like other traditional devices, is a standard 3-button optical scroll wheel mouse. The mouse is a bit narrow, but the finish is as smooth as the keyboard. The blue LED lights up with the scroll wheel when you connect a mouse to the keyboard in use.

If you buy a keyboard and mouse set, you can get good deals on Amazon. The Bamboo
wireless keyboard and mouse costs $ 75.99. But they are also available in different colors, iterations and prices.

Great gift idea for the holiday season!

KP-241 PG2

PowerG Series Wireless LED Keypad

Elegant compact wireless keypad KP-241 PG2 is designed for remote control of the security system.All control keys are intuitively labeled. Arming and disarming of the security system is carried out by entering the access code. The system clearly displays its status by illuminating the corresponding keys. The keypad allows setting independent security sections. The built-in micro siren provides melodic beeps for the input and output delays.

The keyboard can be installed on the wall using a special bracket, just lie not fixed on the table or be used as a wireless remote control.

The KP-241 PG2 keypad uses PowerG two-way radio protocol, which ensures guaranteed delivery of commands to the control panel and receipt of acknowledgment signals, programming keypad functions from the control panel or remotely from the server.

Main advantages:
  • Distance to the panel 50-100 meters
  • Full or partial arming / disarming of all partitions or those that can be accessed by code / token
  • Built-in token reader
  • Panic button, fire alarm button, emergency call button
  • Activation of PGM output
  • Programmable key (*)
  • Visual and audible status signals (input / output delay, memory, fault)
  • Optical indication of radio signal transmission level
  • PowerG bi-directional protocol allows remote keyboard configuration from the control panel or PowerManage
  • server

  • Up to 3 years of battery life (typical use)
  • Wall mount
  • Compatible with all PowerMaster
  • panels


Simple elegant appearance Wireless bluetooth keyboard for iPad / iMac, iPhone and other bluetooth compatible devices compatible with Mac OS and Windows system

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    This product supports cash on delivery.Tip: do not place orders for goods without cash on delivery, otherwise you will not be able to choose a cash on delivery method.

    Dispatch between:
    Apr 27 – Apr 29,
    Estimated Delivery Time:
    working days

    It may take several days to process your order.Once dispatched from our warehouse, delivery (or delivery) time depends on the shipping method.
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  • Installment: Interest-free
    You can enjoy a maximum 0 interest-free installment plan, and may not benefit from this offer when placing orders with other items. ”


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Simple and beautiful appearance, comfortable touch feeling, easy to take
Movable keyboard makes it convenient for you to adjust the tablet angles
Holding the body can be rotated 360 degrees, landscape mode or vertical screen mode for your choice
Compatible with Mac OS and Windows system


  • Mainly Compatible with: iPad 2, New iPad, iPad 4, iPad Air (iPad 5)
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Aluminum, ABS
  • Wireless Range: 10m
  • Standby Time: 20 Days
Product Descriptions
  • Working Frequency: 2.Spectra 4 GHz
  • Operating Voltage: 3.7V DC (powered by Li-ion battery)
  • Operating Current:
  • Standby Current: 1.2mA
  • Sleep Current:
Dimensions and Weight
  • Product weight: 0.49 kg
  • Product size (L x W x H): 24.8 x 21.3 x 2.3 cm
Package Contents
  • Package Contents: 1 x Bluetooth Keyboard 1 x USB Charging Cable , 1 x Keyboard Cover, 1 x User Manual

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