- Logitech Ergo K860
- Logitech G915 Lightspeed
- Logitech MX Keys
The convenience of a wireless keyboard is undeniable. Not only can you move them around your desk easily, you can even sit back in your chair or on your couch and still use your computer.
There are plenty of wireless keyboards available – both Bluetooth versions and those using wireless dongles. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best wireless keyboards you can buy this year!
- Razer Orange Tactile switches
- Both Bluetooth and true Wireless connections possible
- Dongle can be stored in keyboard
- Mechanical keyboard
- No RGB, white backlighting
- White keys/silver backplate
First off – this keyboard is incredibly expensive for what it is. That said, it absolutely makes up for that in quality. Related closely to Razer’s top keyboard, the Huntsman Elite, it offers most of what the Huntsman has, without the RGB but instead with multiple types of wireless connections – and multiple simultaneous connections as well. It charges via USB-C.
The keycaps are especially smooth and as for general performance, this keyboard is essentially a gaming one disguised in office styling. It features a solid base plate with a standard setup of keys and integrated media controls. Given that the entire Razer Pro series was released due to demand in the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pro Type Wireless is especially built to be usable in home office conditions as well as after work.
- Ergonomic keyboard split
- Wrist rest
- Widened asymmetrical key layout
- Split space bar
- Simple design
Ergonomics are especially important when someone spends a lot of time at their desk – and the Ergo K860 is the perfect companion there. While it looks odd to someone used to normal keyboard layouts, once you’re used to it, it’s incredibly comfortable and pleasant to use.
With one of the most comfortable wrist rests we’ve ever seen, comfort really is first in this model. Perhaps one of the only minus points here is the lack of backlight – you’ll have to make sure your room is well-lit when you use the keyboard. It’s also quite big, which may or may not interfere with your desk setup.
- USB dongle connection
- Lightspeed RGB sync
- Charges via Micro-USB
- 3 types of mechanical switches
- Dedicated media controls and connection buttons
- 22mm base plate
The Logitech G915 is one of the best wireless keyboards money can buy – but it’s a lot of money. This mechanical wireless behemoth is anything but cheap, but it is worth the price. The G915 features mechanical gaming switches, dedicated media buttons, programmable macro keys, customisable RGB lighting, and a solid, flat base plate.
Three types of keys are available – GL Clicky, GL Tactile, and GL Linear. While the battery doesn’t last as long as for other model, in no small part because of the lighting options, you can still comfortably use it for days. A full charge takes 3 hours and the keyboard even warns you when it drops below 15% battery.
- Fingerprint sensor hidden in key
- Aluminium frame
- Fixed angle
- Wired and wireless functionality
- Bluetooth pairing
- Compatible with Windows Hello Fingerprint sign-in
The Microsoft Modern keyboard features a sleek design and both Bluetooth and wired functionality that make it ideal for any sort of office environment. It also features a pretty unique function – a fingerprint sensor that’s almost invisibly hidden in the bottom of keys, where normally the alt/function keys sit.
It’s not a must-have, but it removes the necessity for typing in your Windows password when you log in, for example, which as it turns out makes the slightly elevated price feel more than worth it after a few uses. It charges via Micro-USB cable and also connects through that cable if you decide to use it wired.
- Special backlighting sensor
- Unique key design
- Rounded edges
- Perfect Stroke keys
- Wrist rest available separately
- Solid, flat design
If you want top-quality from a known brand without paying through the nose, the Logitech MX is a great wireless keyboard choice. It has some fairly uniquely designed keys – though they are flat and travel very little, they have a round indent on them, to conform to the finger. It’s comfortable but takes some getting used to.
It also has a backlight sensor that activates the light when your hands approach the keyboard, and turns off after inactivity to save battery. It’s also compatible with multiple devices at the same time, making it possible to switch in seconds. Charged by USB-C, you can get months of use from one charge with the backlight off. It does eat up a lot of battery, but you can still get a good week of use out of one charge.
This is our list of top wireless keyboards – there’s something for everyone, whether you want to game or work in an office with it. Do you prefer wireless keyboards like these or do you like wired options better? Let us know why!