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The 6 Best Wireless Keyboards - Spring 2022 Reviews

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Best Wireless Keyboards

Wireless keyboards offer a number of benefits. They help reduce your desk clutter and free up more space for gaming, notebooks, or whatever else you may need. With the improvements in wireless technologies over the past few years, wireless keyboards are now on par with wired-only options for gaming features and latency. There are quite a few products on the market, from comfortable, low-profile office options to full-size mechanical boards with exceptional latency, so finding the best wireless or Bluetooth keyboard for your needs all depends on your personal preferences and how you intend to use it.

We've tested over 165 keyboards and came up with this list of recommendations for the best wireless keyboards. If you like a certain style, use, or type of keyboard, you can check our picks for the best keyboards, the best mechanical keyboards, and the best gaming keyboards.


  1. Best Wireless General Use Keyboard: Logitech MX Keys

    The best general use wireless keyboard is the Logitech MX Keys. It's a tried-and-true keyboard that's a popular choice for offices and at-home PC setups. Thanks to its low-profile design, it feels comfortable to use. Your wrists sit flat against the surface you're working on, so you don't have to strain them by keeping them tilted upwards to reach the keys like you would on a taller keyboard. 

    The keycaps have a rounded indent to guide your finger to the exact center of the key, helping to improve typing accuracy and making it easier to touch-type. Also, it's very quiet to operate, so it's well-suited for use in an open office environment or in a high-traffic family room. It connects with up to three devices using Bluetooth, or you can connect it with its included USB receiver. The USB receiver also works with other Logitech devices that use a unifying receiver, so if you're also using a Logitech wireless mouse in your setup, you only need one receiver for both. 

    Unfortunately, you can't do much customization on this keyboard as your key remapping is limited to a list of preset functions. However, this may not be a big downside for you if you're looking for a straightforward keyboard to use on pretty much any device. Since it connects with Bluetooth, you can also use this keyboard with mobile devices, and all keys work as intended on Android, iOS, and iPadOS systems. Having said that, the Logitech MX Keys is a classic choice for a wireless keyboard suited for casual, everyday use.

    See our review

  2. Best Wireless Gaming Keyboard: Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro

    The options for wireless gaming keyboards have definitely grown in the last little bit as technology advances and the desire for wires drops. Still, the Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro is a solid choice for the best wireless gaming keyboard that we've tested. This full-size beast comes fully loaded with features including dedicated media keys, a programmable knob, and fully customizable RGB backlighting. 

    It also has one of the lowest wireless latencies we've tested, coming in at just under a millisecond when used with its USB receiver. You can also use this keyboard with Bluetooth and connect it with up to three devices. This is great if you want one keyboard to use for gaming, streaming, or chatting across multiple devices. As it's a mechanical board, you can get your choice of switches: linear Razer Yellow or clicky Razer Green. The Green switches that we tested have a short pre-travel distance that's great for gaming, but they're a bit loud to use, so you may prefer something quieter if you tend to game late into the night or have roommates.

    Unfortunately, it's a full-size keyboard, so it eats up a lot of desk space that could otherwise be used for mouse movements. However, there's a compact version, the Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed, if you'd prefer something smaller. Also, while you can perform some customization directly onboard, you'll usually need to use the companion software, which can use a lot of system resources. With that said, this is an outstanding choice if you're looking for a gaming keyboard, and it's one of the best wireless mechanical keyboards that we've tested.

    See our review

  3. Best Versatile Wireless Keyboard: Razer Pro Type Ultra

    If you're looking for something that handles both office and gaming tasks, look no further than the Razer Pro Type Ultra. This all-white board marks Razer's second entry into the productivity market as an updated version of the Razer Pro Type with a few upgrades including a plushy wrist rest for additional comfort and improved latency for even more responsiveness. 

    Inside the board, the linear Razer Yellow switches offer a light typing experience with a short pre-travel distance that's excellent for gaming while also being quiet enough to use in an open office environment. Although the keycaps are ABS, rather than premium PBT, they have a soft-touch covering that feels nice on the fingertips and provides additional grip.

    Since this is Razer's foray into productivity keyboards, it does lose some of the more gaming-oriented features like RGB backlighting. Instead, it has bright, white-only backlighting, so you can still read the key legends in the dark, but you can't customize the lighting. Also, the choice of switches is limited only to the Razer Yellow switches, so if you prefer a clicky or a tactile switch, you'll have to look elsewhere. With that said, it's an excellent choice if you're looking for a keyboard to use for both work and play.

    See our review

  4. Best Budget Wireless Keyboard: Logitech K380

    Sometimes you just need a straightforward keyboard to toss into a bag, and the Logitech K380 is a great choice. It has a slim profile that's easy to tote around if you're moving workstations throughout your day. Since it's a compact keyboard without a Numpad, it doesn't take up much space on a desk or table, making it a great choice if you tend to work in cafes or other tight settings. 

    Like with the Logitech MX Keys, this keyboard lays fairly flat, so your wrists get support from resting on the work surface. Coupled with the standard scissor switches in the unit, typing feels light and comfortable for long periods and you shouldn't experience any fatigue. While it doesn't come with a USB receiver, you can use the keyboard with pretty much any device that supports a Bluetooth connection, and most keys work on all major operating systems, including mobile operating systems like Android, iOS, and iPadOS. 

    Unfortunately, because it's a compact size, the keys may feel a little cramped, but this just takes some getting used to at first. Also, it lacks backlighting of any kind, so it's a good choice if you tend to work in dark environments. With that said, it's a highly portable option without all the bells and whistles that comes in at a budget-friendly price point. 

    See our review

  5. Best Budget Wireless Gaming Keyboard: Obinslab Anne Pro 2

    Compact boards are having their moment in the sun, and it's easy to see why. The smaller size frees up desk space, which may be limited in a tight work-from-home setup, and, for gamers, it allows more space for dynamic, sweeping mouse movements. That said, it can sometimes be difficult to find a performant option at a budget price point. Enter, the Obinslab Anne Pro 2. 

    This board also comes with your choice of Cherry, Gateron, and Kailh switches in various styles, so you can get the feeling you prefer. Our unit uses Gateron Brown switches, which provide a light typing experience and give good tactile feedback. You can connect this board with up to four devices simultaneously. This is great if you're using a multi-device work setup, and you can also use it in a wired mode for gaming since its latency is extremely low.

    Unfortunately, it's a high-profile board with no incline settings or included wrist rest, meaning it can cause fatigue during a long workday or gaming session. Also, while a compact board has its benefits, it can take some time to get used to, especially since there are no arrow keys to navigate through text or pages. This board's an excellent choice if you're looking to try a compact, wireless keyboard with your gaming or office setup, and it's one of the best wireless mechanical keyboards you'll find at a budget price point.

    See our review

  6. Best Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard: Logitech ERGO K860 Wireless Split Keyboard

    It's important to feel comfortable at work, which is why an ergonomic option, like the Logitech ERGO K860 Wireless Split Keyboard, is a great choice for a workplace daily driver. This full-size unit has a wave-like shape that splits the keys into two clusters, one for each hand. Although this may take some getting used to at first, especially if you don't touch type, the design is intended to keep your wrists distanced more naturally, so it feels comfortable to use for longer sessions.

    In addition to its ergonomic shape, it comes with negative incline feet, meaning you can tilt the board downwards to avoid stretching your wrists upwards to type. Also, there's a cushioned wrist rest firmly attached to the bottom of the board, so you'll stay well-supported during the workday. Like other keyboards on this list, it supports multi-device pairing with a Bluetooth connection, or you can use it on a single device with its USB receiver, and you won't need to worry about wires at all, as this board uses two AAA batteries for power.

    Unfortunately, you can't remove the wrist rest, which would make the board slightly smaller. In general, it's a large keyboard that takes up a lot of space, so it isn't a good choice if you're in a tight work environment. With those minor shortcomings aside, it's an extremely comfortable keyboard that's a great choice if you're looking for an ergonomic option.

    See our review

  7. Best Bluetooth Keyboard: Logitech K780

    If you find yourself constantly surrounded by devices, the Logitech K780 sounds like a good option for you. At first glance, it looks like a larger version of the Logitech K380, but it does have some noticeable differences that make it better suited to a more permanent multi-device setup. As it's a full-size keyboard, it has a full Numpad and function keys, so it's great if you frequently work with spreadsheets or numeric data entry.

    It has a tray in the back with a soft, grippy covering to keep your tablet and phone right in front of you. This tray also adds some heft to the board, and it keeps it firmly in place on your work surface. Just under this tray, along the top row, there's a row of function keys, and the F1-F3 buttons act as device pairing buttons, so you can easily switch from your PC to your tablet in the tray with a single push. 

    Unfortunately, this keyboard doesn't have any backlighting, so you'll have to rely on the glow of whatever device you have in the tray to see your keys. Also, you can't customize the keyboard very thoroughly as your options for key remapping are limited to functions depending on the applications you use. Despite these downsides, this is still a good choice if you're looking for one keyboard to use with many devices at once.

    See our review

  8. Best Wireless Keyboard for Mac: Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad

    You're probably familiar with this keyboard, as it's a very popular choice among Mac users already. If you aren't, let us introduce you to the Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad, the best wireless Mac keyboard that we've tested. Although it isn't the highest-performing keyboard we've tested, it's a well-built model that stylistically fits with other Mac products to create a cohesive look on your desk.

    This keyboard is the follow-up to the very popular Apple Magic Keyboard 2017 and keeps a similar style but adds a new Touch ID feature. The Touch ID works with any M1 Mac computer to allow you to use your fingerprint in place of a password, which is handy if you tend to forget your log-ins. However, it's important to note that this feature doesn't work with M1 iPads. 

    Unfortunately, this keyboard doesn't support multi-device pairing, so you can only connect it to one device at a time. However, you can use a Lightning cable to manually swap between devices by plugging it into whatever computer or device you want to use at the time. With that said, if you're a Mac user looking for a satisfying keyboard to match your setup, this is a great choice.

    See our review

  9. Best Wireless Media Center Keyboard: Corsair K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard

    The last thing you want in your home theater setup is a bunch of visible wires and extra devices to get lost in the couch, which is why we recommend using the Corsair K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard. It's designed specifically to use with an HTPC setup, so it has a trackpad integrated on the right-hand side along with a joystick for on-screen navigation and a volume wheel, so you don't need to worry about using—or losing—an extra remote.

    Instead of selecting each letter individually in a search menu, you can type the name of your favorite show directly on the keyboard. It has white backlighting to help you see the keys in the dark, and it's quiet to type on, so you won't disturb your roommates while searching YouTube videos late at night. It connects wirelessly with up to three devices using either Bluetooth or its USB receiver, which is great if you need to connect it to a laptop, console, or HTPC simultaneously.

    Unfortunately, we found that the spacebar on our unit feels tight and makes a squeaking noise when pressed. Also, you can't adjust the incline settings, and it doesn't come with an included wrist rest, but this shouldn't matter unless you intend to use it at a desk. With that said, it's a great option if you're looking for a wireless keyboard to use with a home theater setup.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • ASUS ROG Falchion: The ASUS ROG Falchion is a fantastic compact wireless gaming keyboard, but it costs more than the Obinslab Anne Pro 2 and doesn't support Bluetooth. See our review
  • Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard: The Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard is a cheaper alternative to the Logitech ERGO K860 Wireless Split Keyboard, but it doesn't feel as well-built, and it doesn't allow for customization as there's no companion software. See our review
  • Keychron K3 (Version 2): The Keychron K3 (Version 2) is a good alternative to the Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad if you want a mechanical option to use with your Mac setup. It's a compact board, so it's easier to carry around, but it doesn't fit the Mac aesthetic. See our review
  • Keychron K10: The Keychron K10 is a mechanical alternative to the Logitech MX Keys, but it doesn't have as many office-oriented features, and it lacks companion software to allow you to customize or remap keys. See our review
  • Logitech Craft: The Logitech Craft is nearly identical in build and style to the Logitech MX Keys, but it's much more costly as it includes a metal stand with a programmable knob. Unless you need the knob, it isn't worth the price increase. See our review
  • Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED: The Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED is an outstanding, low-profile alternative to the Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro, but it doesn't come with a wrist rest and you can't program macros to every key. See our review
  • Logitech K400 Plus: The Logitech K400 Plus is a cheaper alternative to the Corsair K83. However, it doesn't have as many media keys, and there's no backlighting to help you see the keys in the dark. See our review
  • Logitech MX Keys Mini: The Logitech MX Keys Mini is a compact version of the Logitech MX Keys, with some new function keys like a dictation key, a mute microphone key, and an emoji key. However, it isn't compatible with the unifying receiver like many other Logitech products are. See our review
  • Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard: The Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard is a cheaper alternative to the Logitech K780, but you can only use it with one device at a time as it lacks multi-device pairing capabilities. See our review
  • Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard: The Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard is similar to the Logitech ERGO K860 Wireless Split Keyboard, but it doesn't have multi-device pairing, and it's much more expensive. See our review
  • NuPhy Air75: The Nuphy Air75 is a compact and hot-swappable alternative to the Razer Pro Type Ultra. However, its latency isn't as low, and it takes more getting used to as the keys are slightly closer together. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. May 13, 2022: Completely restructured article with new category titles to better reflect user needs. Moved the Logitech K780 to 'Best Bluetooth Keyboard' and added the Logitech K380 as the 'Best Budget Wireless Keyboard.' Also added the Razer Pro Type Ultra as the 'Best Versatile Wireless Keyboard' pick, and the Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and Numeric Keypad as the pick for the 'Best Wireless Keyboard for Mac.' Updated the Keychron K3 in the Notable Mentions section to the K3V2 and added in the NuPhy Air75 to Notable Mentions.

  2. Apr 15, 2022: Text updated for clarity and accuracy; no changes to picks.

  3. Mar 18, 2022: Text updated for clarity and accuracy; no changes to picks.

  4. Feb 18, 2022: Text updated for clarity and accuracy; no changes to picks.

  5. Jan 21, 2022: Verified picks for availability and updated text for clarity; no changes to picks.

All Reviews

Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best keyboards with wireless capabilities and the best Bluetooth keyboards for most people. We factor in the price (a cheaper product wins over a pricier one if the difference isn't worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no keyboard that is difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you would like to do the work of choosing yourself, here is the list of all our wireless keyboard reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. While no product is perfect for every use, most keyboards are great enough to please almost everyone, and the differences are often not noticeable unless you really look for them. Be sure to know your key switch preferences before choosing.

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