Wouldn’t it be great to use a keyboard without having the limitation of a connected wire getting in the way? We do not mean wired keyboards are completely disadvantageous. Just that if freedom matters to you the most, wireless keyboards are better options here. Below is the selected list of 7 best wireless keyboards for clean, clutter-free desk space.
1) Logitech K780
The Logitech K780 is not just a compact wireless keyboard. It is also a keyboard that let you pair not one but up to 3 devices at once using Bluetooth. In other words, you can switch between connections (e.g. from desktop to tablet and smartphone) by just pressing the dedicated Easy-Switch 1, 2 or 3 white buttons. The keyboard even comes with an integrated rubber cradle, allowing you to prop two mobile devices side by side at a slanted angle. Not to forget, the Logitech K780’s universal compatibility with Windows, Mac as well as Android and iOS.
2) Logitech K380
Just like the Logitech K780, the K380 keyboard can pair up to 3 devices with just a simple press of a dedicated Easy-Switch button. The only significant difference is its ultra-portable size, which doesn’t take up much desk space. This, in turn, makes it an ideal wireless keyboard for those who use it on a small table. The Logitech K380 also utilises scissor switches, meaning you can expect speedy key travel and quiet sound even when you type in a hurry. And if that’s not enough, this keyboard comes in different colour options such as Black, Blue and Rose.
3) Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro
Looking for a wireless keyboard for your gaming needs? Consider the Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro if you don’t mind shelling out for it. You have the option to choose Green or Yellow switches, where the former is suitable for those who prefer clicky and tactile feedback. The latter is more of a linear type, offering smooth as well as consistent and quiet feedback.
This keyboard allows you to pair up to 3 different devices using a wireless USB dongle via Bluetooth. It also supports customisable RGB lighting effects with over 16.8 million colours via Razer Chroma RGB. The Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro is also built to last, thanks to its durable aluminium construction and wear-resistant doubleshot ABS plastic keycaps. Finally, the keyboard benefits from a well-cushioned plush leatherette wrist rest to relieve wrist pressure due to long-hour gaming.
4) Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed 65%
If you don’t prefer a full-sized wireless gaming keyboard, there’s a compact alternative in the form of Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed 65%. Highlights include the brand’s Hyperspeed Wireless Technology to ensure a low-latency wireless gaming experience and you can connect between 3 different devices via Bluetooth or USB-C cable. The Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed also features a choice of Green (clicky) or Yellow (linear) switches, thick-walled doubleshot ABS keycaps and customisable Razer Chroma RGB lighting effects.
5) Logitech G913 Lightspeed
Yet another quality wireless gaming keyboard worth checking out except it isn’t from Razer. Instead, it’s the Logitech G913 Lightspeed — a full-size wireless gaming keyboard with mechanical switches. The switches in question are known for their long-lasting, yet comfortable and precise feedback upon gaming or even typing. Expect a low-latency gaming performance with its pro-grade Lightspeed wireless technology and customisable Lightsynce RGB, allowing you to create your own. You can connect the Logitech G913 Lightspeed to multiple devices too using Bluetooth or a USB receiver too. The keyboard includes onboard media controls, offering volume control as well as play/pause, skip (for music/video) and mute (audio) with just a press of the button.
6) Logitech K400 Plus
Getting a Logitech K400 Plus is equivalent to two for the price of one. In other words, you don’t just get a wireless keyboard (it supports up to 10 metres or 33 feet) but also an integrated touchpad on the right. The keyboard itself is slim, compact and quiet to use too. Not to forget, the added media hotkeys and volume controls come in handy whenever you need them the most. The F-key layout on the keyboard can be customised using the Logitech Options software while the built-in touchpad allows you to scroll and point, complete with left and right clicks similar to a mousepad. Available in black and white colour options.
7) Microsoft Designer Compact
Here’s a sleek and compact-size wireless keyboard from Microsoft, which comes in optional Matte Black and Glacier colours. The slim design makes it easier to carry with you around. You can connect and switch between 1-3 devices via Bluetooth LE 5.0 while the scissor-style keyboard layout is easy to use and responsive enough without applying much pressure upon typing.
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