The Best Wireless Keyboards for 2020

The Best Wireless Keyboards for 2020

It is more convenient if you are short on ports using a mobile device, or simply want to use a wireless keyboard. After all, the cheers tangled around your feet are not cables or chew toys for kittens. Nevertheless, performance is important, so finding the best wireless keyboard is a must.

That’s where we come in. If you need a wireless keyboard for your desktop or tablet, our review showcases some of the best options available in 2020, starting with the notable wireless mechanical keyboard from Logitech, the G915 Lightspeed.

Best of all: Logitech G915 Lightspeed

The G915 is not known to be a wireless keyboard. It has a great mechanical design, RGB backlighting, a numeric keypad and a low profile for comfortable positioning. Indicator lights tops are great for monitoring which mode you’re in above, battery life, and other key settings, while the aluminum top plate is great for durability. The keyboard is specially designed so that it doesn’t slow down gamers who may need a wireless solution – as long as they can afford it.

A three-hour charge for this keyboard can provide up to 30 hours of performance. Logitech also ensured that if you got used to the mechanical keyboard it provided superb response at the point of activation. Onboard memory is also included, so you will always have your customized settings with you. There is also an easy side roller to quickly control the volume, along with other onboard media controls.

If you are looking for the absolute cheapest Bluetooth keyboard, then Omoton keyboard is a good choice. It may appear to be an Apple Magic Keyboard clone at first, but don’t be fooled: It’s made entirely of plastic, versus the aluminum frame used in Apple’s model.

Overall, the Omoton is quite slim and lightweight, so you can easily fill it in a computer bag or backpack with your tablet or laptop. The manufacturer claims 30 days of continuous use with two AAA batteries (not included).

Omoton had iOS in mind when it designed this keyboard, but it should work with MacOS, Windows and Android. Longevity for future updates, however, is questionable.

Best Battery Life: Microsoft Surface Keyboard

Microsoft’s Surface-branded product line includes several killer convertible tablets. It has high battery life and high-end solutions like Surface Book 2 with an extremely portable Surface Go at entry-level. Whether you have a laptop or desktop from one of them or another manufacturer, Microsoft’s Surface Keyboard is a great accessory to consider.

This portable, lightweight keyboard has great battery life, lasting up to 12 months on just two AAA batteries (included). The keys hold up to 500,000 actuations, making it less durable than a mechanical keyboard, but it should last for years of remote typing. The Bluetooth 4.0 connection provides considerable range, that too, up to 50 feet in the open air or 23 feet in an office environment.

The Surface Keyboard is compatible with Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android.

Best for Apple devices: Apple Magic Keyboard

Apple Magic Keyboard

Apple’s redesigned Magic Keyboard is everything that Apple fans (and others) want with minimal Bluetooth keyboard design. The older Magic Keyboard had a rolled base that extended the keyboard’s backside forward to make room for AA batteries. This latest model has a rechargeable battery, so the keyboard is flatter than previous versions.

Apple’s upgraded keys now weigh slightly more while typing, which is an improvement. The redesign of Arrow is somewhat less welcome, but the overall advantages of this new design are hard to deny. The Bluetooth battery claims a one-month charge, therefore, you can carry this keyboard without worrying about its longevity.

Overall, the Magic Keyboard may be slightly larger than the other options on our list, but it works well with both iOS and MacOS products. For Apple loyalists, this is the keyboard to buy.

Best Compact Keyboard: Artech HB030B

Looking for a super-compact Bluetooth keyboard for your mobile devices? The 0.24-inch thin Artech HB030B may require you to type on the go. It is small, scratch and easy to slip into most computer bags or backpacks.

Artek’s keyboard comes with amazing backlighting, with seven different color options and two levels of brightness. It is perfect for those in need of a mobile keyboard during low light conditions.

The Arteck HB030B is compatible with every common mobile platform.

Best Sofa Keyboard: Logitech K400

Logitech K400 Wireless Keyboard Consistently ranked high as one of our favorite couch keyboards. It is small, light and easy to use, while on your best couch. Since we all know how pointless it is to try to use the mouse on the couch, this keyboard’s bolts feature a 3.5-inch touchpad.

With 33 feet, 86 work keys and a wide range of computer compatibility via USB dongle, this keyboard is ideal for web surfing.

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