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The best wireless keyboard deals in June 2022

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You can get a lot of service out of a strong wireless keyboard, whether you're planning to keep it in your backpack or laptop bag to carry with you or you just want something aesthetically clean and free of cables on your desktop. Many wireless keyboards come with great features, too, like customizable keys and lighting you can adjust to save on battery life. Some let you switch between a 2.4GHz connection and Bluetooth, which gives you a lot of variety when it comes to what you can connect to and how long you can connect to. The best wireless keyboard deals focus not just on saving money but on finding many of those great features. After all, what good is saving a buck or two if it won't do what you want it to do?

Wireless keyboards vary in a lot of ways. Some are built for gaming, some are built for going on the road. You may want a keyboard with the flexibility to go wired and save on battery life, but you also might just want one that can sit on your couch and last for hours. The features you choose will be totally up to you, but we'll include any wireless keyboard with a great deal price right here.

Best wireless keyboard deals:

Amazon Basics quiet wireless keyboard $30 $22.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

While not the most advanced keyboard around, it's a great budget option or nice just to have as a spare. It includes 12 multimedia hot keys and has sound-dampened keys to keep the volume low. The keyboard connects via a USB receiver and is powered by just two AAA batteries. Everything about it screams "easy and simple."

Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard $70 $52.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

This keyboard has a sleek design that's meant to go in any workspace, and it is compact so it can fit anywhere and go anywhere. You get easy access to emojis and other symbols, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and the ability to connect up to three different devices at once.

Logitech K780 multi-device keyboard $65 $59.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The K780 does two things very well. First, it is designed to work with multiple devices and switch between them easily. Second, it uses Bluetooth with very little interruption. If that sounds like what you need, this is your best bet.

Logitech G613 Lightspeed mechanical keyboard $130 $70.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Our pick for the best wireless keyboard for the newest generation of Xbox consoles. Includes Bluetooth and Logitech's Lightspeed wireless tech for a 1ms report rate. Uses Romer G mechanical switches that are very durable and can survive 70 million clicks. Has six programmable G keys and lasts up to 18 months on two AA batteries.

Razer Huntsman Mini 60% wireless keyboard $120 $74.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

A great keyboard with a compact design, clicky optical switches, and some of Razer's signature tech like Chroma RGB custom lighting that can even work with third party gear. Includes onboard memory, oil-resistant keycaps, and light-based actuation for fast typing.

Microsoft ergonomic wireless Sculpt keyboard $130 $114.95 at Microsoft (opens in new tab)

It may not look like a normal keyboard, but that's because it's not supposed to. Get improved hand and wrist posture so that your extremities don't fatigue after a long time sitting at your computer. Connects via a 2.4GHz wireless USB receiver, so you'll need a spare port for that. The included mouse has BlueTrack tech so it will work on many surfaces.

iQunix A80 gaming keyboard $200 $189.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

A keyboard designed with a retro style but featuring modern tech. It's an 80% form factor with Cherry MX Red mechanical switches (or you can choose other switches around the same price), multiple connectivity options including wireless, Bluetooth, and USB, and more.

Logitech G915 TKL mechanical keyboard $210 $200 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

This is a low-profile mechanical keyboard, which means its keys take less travel time than normal mechanical keyboards. It has Logitech's LightSync custom RGB lighting, a great tenkeyless design that keeps it compact, and support for both wireless and Bluetooth.

John Levite
John Levite

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.