Whether you hate typing on your laptop keyboard or you just like the freedom to keep a keyboard in your lap, maybe youâ€™ve considered a wireless keyboard. After all, it does offer the freedom to type from a comfortable position without a screen right in front of you. Weâ€™ve picked out a few of the best wireless keyboard deals to help you make the switch.
Weâ€™ve included some options for media control, some with numeric keypads, and a few RGB-enabled gaming keyboards too. As long as you have a Bluetooth connection you should have no trouble making any of these keyboards work well. Prices are arranged generally from low to high so you can easily find the keyboard to suit your budget.
Best wireless keyboard deals:
Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch TV Keyboard
This first wireless keyboard deal is unique on the list in that itâ€™s built for use with a smart TV. The Logitech K400 Plus has comfortable, quiet keys and a convenient 33-foot connection range. It allows for easy control of your PC-connected TV with a full keyboard and a large 3-inch touchpad. After all, trying to type on a remote is often a laborious task.
Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard
This Microsoft keyboard was designed to give you the best possible Office 365 experience. With dedicated 365, search, and emoji keys, you should have no problem finding everything you need in a hurry. It connects right out of the box with Swift Pair and the battery can last up to two years.
Logitech K350 Wireless Wave Keyboard
Ergonomics are another important aspect of choosing a keyboard. Luckily, Logitech offers Wave varieties of many of its popular models. The K350 Wave adds a well-cushioned palm rest to the mix to make work and play a little bit more comfortable.
Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard Mouse Combo
The Logitech MK550 Wave is actually the same keyboard as the K350 Wave, however, the MK550 adds a laser mouse to the mix. That means you still get the same comfortable ergonomic keyboard, but now you can save time looking for a mouse to pair it with.
Jelly Comb Foldable Keyboard
One of the aspects of wireless keyboards thatâ€™s been overlooked so far is maximum portability. If you want to take a keyboard on the go, you probably want the smallest form factor you can find. Thatâ€™s where this foldable keyboard comes in. It folds in thirds so you can stow and go, and it even includes a split keyboard and touchpad.
Logitech MK710 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo
Logitech is the most well-represented manufacturer on this list, and the MK710 is a business-ready performance option. The MK710 does not have an ergonomic wave design, but it does add an LCD dashboard where you can check your battery, caps lock, scroll lock, and number lock while you type.
Logitech K830 Illuminated Thin Keyboard
Another top option for portability is the Logitech K830. Itâ€™s thin, backlit, and even works with TVs; the K830 is a triple-threat keyboard. You could easily use the glowing keys to hit pause during movie night without having to find your remote.
Corsair K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard
The Corsair K57 is the first gaming keyboard to make the list and it offers some of the most flexibility of any option so far. You can change the color of each key individually and play with a wired or wireless connection. The Corsair K57 also has six programmable macro keys that you can use to remap your buttons in-game.
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Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad
If you need a new keyboard for your Mac, thereâ€™s a chance that this is the only option youâ€™ll consider. Itâ€™s a full-size wireless keyboard thatâ€™s made to pair with Mac computers and donâ€™t worry, no butterfly mechanisms here. The Magic Keyboard can also connect to your computer via USB port in case you need to keep typing while you recharge.
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Logitech G613 Lightspeed Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
The final wireless keyboard deal on the list is the Logitech G613 Lightspeed keyboard. It offers up to 18 months of gaming on just two AA-batteries and six programmable macro keys. The Logitech G613 Lightspeed is built with Romer G switches that are rated for 70 million clicks and integrated palm rest for maximum comfort while youâ€™re in the game.