Best quiet keyboards for your office 2024

Razer Cynosa Lite
Razer Cynosa Lite (Image credit: Windows Central)

When you've got a busy day of office productivity ahead of you, it's best to use a keyboard that's on the quiet side. The reduced noise help you stay focused, which will no doubt ensure that you get your work done as efficiently as possible. Due to their high demand, there are many quiet keyboards available these days. This is great if you like to shop around, but it also makes finding the keyboard that's right for you rather difficult. Don't worry, though, because we're here with a roundup of some of the best quiet keyboards for the office.

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While there are tons of excellent silent keyboards available right now, our pick for the best one overall is the Logitech K780. Between its great pricing, excellent build quality, silent and comfortable keys, and wide compatibility with PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones, there's an incredible amount of value here that we don't recommend passing up unless you're looking for something more specialized.

Folks who want a membrane keyboard should opt for the Razer Cynosa V2, which is an upgraded version of the original Razer Cynosa Chroma that combines soft and quiet keys with a sturdy design and awesome customizable lighting. The fact it's resistant to spillage is a nice bonus, too.

Lastly, if you need something that will help you with your hand and wrist pain, look no further than the Logitech Ergo K860. Its ergonomic shape and key layout makes it an excellent choice for ensuring comfort, and since its very silent, you won't need to worry about noise at all.

If none of the keyboards on this list is right for you, make sure you check out our breakdown of all of the best keyboards available for more options.

Brendan Lowry

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.