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.
The Logitech K780 is our overall favorite quiet keyboard, as it combines a sturdy design with large, silent keys, a slim frame for easy transportation, two years of battery life, and compatibility with almost every modern device in the world. It's got a neat tablet and smartphone stand built in, too.
Jelly Comb's ultra-slim wireless keyboard is a fantastic choice if you need something very portable, as its razor-thin build makes it ideal for travel. It's also very affordable and comes with an included mouse, which is great if you're in need of one to go with your keyboard.
If you'd like to cut down on horizontal space by getting rid of the number pad, the Razer BlackWidow Lite TKL is an excellent option. It's got a durable design, silent Razer Orange mechanical switches, and O-ring sound dampeners. It also features RGB backlighting that can be customized and will make the keys easier to see in the dark.
If you'd prefer a membrane keyboard, Razer's Cynosa V2 is what we recommend. The keys are soft, silent, and comfortable, and the board itself is also resistant to liquid damages. Like the BlackWidow Lite, this keyboard also features RGB lighting that can be controlled and customized.
The distinct hump design and inverted-V key layout of the Logitech Ergo K860 makes it an excellent choice for people who tend to have a lot of hand or wrist pain while at the computer. The keys on the board are also very silent, making this board perfect for cutting down on noise.
The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum XT is an elite gaming keyboard that also fits into the office well thanks to its relatively silent Cherry MX Speed switches and sleek design. Corsair's RGB backlighting is just as customizable as Razer's, too. The K95 also comes with an awesome wrist rest that helps keep your hands free of soreness.
If we had to choose
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.
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