The best wireless keyboards will give your desktop setup a much cleaner look, breathe new life into a clunky laptop keyboard, and provide more versatility for extended PC setups. Some of the best keyboards overall are wireless, no matter if you're searching out something for work or fun. Here are the best wireless keyboards available today.
Feeling some pain in your fingers, wrists, or forearms? Poor typing posture could be the issue. Logitech's Ergo K860 keyboard aims to eliminate unnecessary stress with a split layout and sloping keys. Connect with Bluetooth or with a USB dongle, and enjoy up to two years of battery life from the two AAA batteries. A padded palmrest is built onto the keyboard.
Microsoft makes some great keyboards, and none is better for packing up and taking with you than the Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard. Its minimalist design looks great on any desk (or lap), it has a ton of media and shortcut keys, and the battery lasts up to 36 months. Connect with Bluetooth or USB-A dongle.
Razer makes some of the best gaming peripherals around, but it also teamed up with Humanscale to create a keyboard designed strictly for productivity. The Razer Pro Type is a full-size keyboard with Razer Orange mechanical switches, Bluetooth and 2.4GHz connectivity, and up to 84 hours of battery life without backlight. If you type all day, this should be a great choice.
The Logitech G915 Lightspeed is a wireless keyboard built for gaming. It features low-profile mechanical keys with 2.7mm travel, a slim aluminum build, macro keys and setup profiles, and the ability to connect multiple devices. RGB lighting and about 30 hours of battery life from a charge round things out.
Don't want to spend more than $200 on a wireless gaming keyboard? The EasySMX GK82 is much more affordable. Choose from Outemu red or blue switches, take advantage of per-key LED lighting for some extra style, and get up to 500 hours battery life without LED backlight enabled. Connect with a 2.4GHz dongle.
Using a PC in the living room is great, but you need something to control it from the couch. Microsoft's All-in-One Media keyboard includes a touchpad next to the keys for complete control. It connects with a 2.4GHz receiver, battery life is good, and the typing experience is otherwise comfortable.
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Many of the best keyboards available today are wireless, including the best keyboards for Microsoft Surface and the best gaming keyboards under $100. There are plenty of options, and choosing one might be difficult. We can help.
The Logitech Ergo K860 is a great choice if you suffer from finger, wrist, or arm pain. Its split design allows for a more natural typing angle, and the built-in palmrest has plenty of padding. It connects with Bluetooth or a 2.4GHz receiver, batteries last up to two years, and the low-profile keys are comfortable for typing.
The Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard is much better for anyone looking for a minimalist setup. It has a compact footprint, it connects with Bluetooth or a 2.4GHz receiver, and the battery can last up to 36 months on a charge. Keys have 1.35mm travel, there are a ton of media and shortcut keys, and it can pair with up to three devices.
Cale Hunt is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. He focuses mainly on laptop reviews, news, and accessory coverage. He's been reviewing laptops and accessories full time since 2016, with hundreds of reviews published for Windows Central. He is an avid PC gamer and multi-platform user, and spends most of his time either tinkering with or writing about tech.
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