Over the past several years, Wireless Keyboards are steadily bridging the gap with their wired counterparts. Wireless keyboard users no longer need to switch functions with it Portability– – Today’s models offer the best of both worlds.
Whether your goal is high-performance gaming, everyday office work, or seamless switching between multiple devices – wireless keyboards allow for maximum versatility and minimal office clutter. To help you choose the wireless board that best suits your needs, we’ve rounded up seven options for everything from gaming to tablet writing.
Logitech K480 Bluetooth multi-device keyboard
If you want a single keyboard that works with any device or operating system, the K480 is a great choice. It’s compatible with any Bluetooth-enabled gadget, and it can work with up to three devices simultaneously: You can switch between writing on your Chromebook, Android tablet, and iPhone by playing a specific tablet. It also comes with a built-in rubber cradle to hold your phone or tablet while you type.
The K480’s round switches conform to your fingertips and provide a responsive feel that is virtually silent. And you don’t have to worry about charging cables, as this keyboard can last up to two years using pre-installed AAA batteries.
Razer Pro type
For some, typing is the most important factor when choosing a keyboard. Pro Type excels in this category thanks to two distinct features: mechanical key switches and a soft-touch coating. Although it may seem heavy at first glance, the mechanical keys under the keys create a responsive tactile typing experience that results in fewer errors and a better feel under your fingers. Additionally, the keyboard’s soft-touch, anti-fingerprint padded texture is a major improvement over typical plastic keys.
Pro Type connects to your device using either a 2.4GHz USB receiver or via Bluetooth for up to three devices. Additionally, you can customize key functions, and the white LED backlight makes it easy to maintain your bearings in dark environments.
Logitech G915 TKL
Gamers appreciate ultra-fast performance above all, and the G915 TKL can deliver it. While it does offer Bluetooth connectivity, serious gamers will want to use a USB-A dongle that offers a response time of up to milliseconds – making this wireless keyboard on par with wired models.
Three different key options will cater to any player’s notes preferences, and they come with unmatched keyboard lighting, too: each switch has customizable RGB lighting, and you can set up animations and luminous effects. Other attractive features include dedicated media controls, an impressive 40-hour battery life, and a slim design.
Lenovo ThinkPad TrackPoint II keyboard
As far as non-mechanical keyboards go, the typing experience on the ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II is great. The ergonomic dish-shaped keys are comfortable and springy, and several reviewers have highlighted the optimal travel of the keys.
The TrackPoint pointing stick allows for scrolling and navigation without the use of a mouse – a great choice when working in tight spaces. You can also pair with two different devices (switch between them by flipping a switch) and connect via Bluetooth or a USB dongle. While it supports both Android and Windows devices, Apple fans will have to look elsewhere.
Apple Magic Keyboard
Apple fans tend to stick with Apple products, and for good reason: they’re easy to use and set up. Magic Keyboard automatically pairs with your Mac, so you can get up and running in seconds. Its scissor wrench mechanism provides precise feedback, while a single Lightning to USB cable provides months of power cordless. Plus, its simple design keeps your desk clean and tidy.
The iClever BK10 Bluetooth Universal Keyboard is ultra-slim
The BK10 makes it easy to connect wirelessly on a budget. It is paired with Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices via bluetooth, provides 90 hours of battery life, and scissor switches provide satisfying feedback. Plus, its slim design only looks cheap.
Microsoft Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID
Apple might be synonymous with sleek product design, but Windows users don’t have to settle for something vintage. Microsoft’s modern keyboard features a sleek aluminum frame, it can be set up either wired or wireless (via Bluetooth with auto pairing), and its rechargeable battery can last for four months after being fully charged. The best part: It includes a fingerprint scanner for seamless login.
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