Microsoft's best keyboards are on sale for Cyber Monday

Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard
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Microsoft's Cyber Monday deals aren't just about Surface hardware and PCs. Right now, you can get several keyboards at a discount through the Microsoft Store. There are a variety of discounted keyboards, including wireless or wired models. The most affordable bundle costs just $20, so you can set up your desk on a budget this Cyber Monday.

Two of the discounted keyboards, the Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard and the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard, are among the best keyboards you can buy, even when they're at full price. 

Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard | $69.99 $48.99 at Microsoft

Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""">$69.99 $48.99 at Microsoft

This slim keyboard can slide into a bag or rest on your desk while only taking up a bit of space. Despite its small form factor, it includes a full row of function keys and even an emoji key.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop | $129.95 $89.95 at Microsoft

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""">$129.95 $89.95 at Microsoft

This bundle has everything you need to set up your desk. It includes an ergonomic keyboard and mouse alongside a separate number pad. All three of the accessories are wireless and connect through Bluetooth.

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 900 | $49.95 $19.99 at Microsoft

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 900 | <a href="" data-link-merchant=""">$49.95 $19.99 at Microsoft

This pair of accessories is great if you're on a budget. With the current discount, you can get a wireless keyboard and mouse for under $20. Just be aware that you'll need a spare USB-A port for a dongle.

Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard $59.99 $39.99 at Microsoft

Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard <a href="" data-link-merchant=""">$59.99 $39.99 at Microsoft

This wired keyboard has a split design that allows your wrists to align naturally. It features a complete number pad, row of function keys, and set of media keys. 

Microsoft has a solid reputation for making keyboards, thanks to its decades-worth of making PC accessories. The pair of ergonomic keyboards are designed for people that sit at their desk for long typing sessions. Their split designs let your wrists sit at a healthier angle than a straight rectangle. The compact keyboard is more for those that need to take their computing setup on the go, making it a great accessory for a Surface or an iPad.

If you don't need a new keyboard, the Microsoft Store also has a range of other accessories on sale, including headphones, mice, and webcams.

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