We've tested more than 25 Logitech keyboards. Logitech keyboards are available for a wide variety of uses. They make keyboards with rubber dome and scissor switches designed for office and mobile use and also have mechanical keyboards geared towards gaming. The type of Logitech keyboard you need all depends on what you're going to use it for.
The Logitech MX Keys is the best Logitech keyboard for office use that we've tested. This tried-and-true model comes loaded with features that cater to comfort and efficiency. Its low-profile design keeps your wrists firmly on the surface you're working on for extra support, so you don't need to use it with a wrist rest to feel comfortable. The keycaps have a small indent in the center to help guide your fingertips to the center, which helps to reduce typos and accidental key presses. Inside the board, there are scissor switches, which offer a light typing experience and feel similar to other scissor switchboards. It also has white backlighting that shines through the key legends, so they're easy to read in the dark. You can use it wirelessly with a Bluetooth or USB receiver connection, and it supports multi-device pairing with up to three devices.
Unfortunately, its ergonomics aren't as great as dedicated ergonomic keyboards, like the Logitech K860, but this is normal as it features a more standard straight-profile keyboard. Also, its customization isn't very comprehensive, as you can only re-program keys to a list of preset commands, and you can't program macros at all. With that said, it's still an excellent keyboard that remains a popular choice across offices.
If you're looking for an ergonomic board for the office, the best we've tested is the Logitech ERGO K860 Wireless Split Keyboard. This wave-like keyboard has two incline settings that tilt it downwards to a negative incline to keep your wrists in a more natural position. This, paired with the fixed wrist rest, should help reduce wrist strain after typing for a long time. It has typical scissor switches that give feedback when the key is registered, but the bump requires a lot of force to get over. Like most non-mechanical switches, the switches are very quiet to type on, meaning they won't bother those around you. You can pair the board wirelessly with up to three devices via Bluetooth or with its USB receiver. It's compatible with most desktop and mobile operating systems, but some keys don't work as intended on certain devices.
Unfortunately, its design can take some time to get used to, especially if you're used to the more standard straight board design. Also, its split key design forces you to touch-type, so you'll type a lot slower at first if you're not used to typing this way. Sadly, there's no backlighting, so you can't see the keys very well when you're in a dim room. It's still an excellent office choice if you want something with an ergonomic curve, and it's one of the best ergonomic keyboards we've tested.
While you might be more familiar with Logitech's office-oriented products, they also offer high-quality gaming options. The best Logitech gaming keyboard we've tested is the Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED. It's a low-profile board that feels well-built and comfortable during long gaming sessions. Most importantly, its latency is outstandingly low, and the GL Tactile switches on our unit have a very short pre-travel distance, so it can easily handle all types of games and provide responsive-feeling gameplay. You can also get this board with GL Clicky or Linear switches, depending on what feeling you'd prefer. It uses Logitech G HUB software for customization, and you can assign macros to the dedicated macro keys on the left side or customize the RGB lighting on a per-key basis. Also, it connects wirelessly with up to two devices, but you can use it in a weird mode.
Since it's thin, the metal frame has some flex, and our unit has a slight upwards bend. Its ABS keycaps don't feel as premium as other offerings, and they're prone to shine from finger oil over time. Also, you can't reprogram any other key except for the dedicated macro keys. With that said, it's a high-performing option and a great choice if you also use a Logitech mouse and don't want to run two separate customization programs for your gaming peripherals.
While Logitech makes premium gaming options, they also have budget models equipped with simple features and high-performing components. The Logitech G413 fits this description as the best budget gaming keyboard from Logitech that we've tested. Its latency is very low, even better than some more premium boards, so it's well up to the task of gaming in any genre. It uses Logitech's proprietary Romer-G tactile switches, which feel like a softer Cherry MX Brown switch, offering a light typing experience with a soft tactile bump before actuation and a short pre-travel distance. Although this switch type may not be the best for gaming, it's the only type available, so you can't get this keyboard with clicky or linear switches.
Unfortunately, it only has red backlighting, which might be disappointing if you wanted a keyboard with full RGB backlighting to match the rest of your setup. Finally, you can only program macros to the function keys, so your customization is limited. It's a great, straightforward option for a budget keyboard that still performs as well as more premium boards.
The Logitech K380 is the best Logitech keyboard for mobile devices that we've tested. It's a compact 75% keyboard with a row of media keys at the top to help you skip through playlists without opening your music app. It's also very lightweight, and its small size makes it easy to bring around and travel with, which is great if you work on planes or trains with your tablet or phone. You can connect it wirelessly using Bluetooth, and there's no USB receiver, which is good if you're looking to travel with the board and don't want to lose the dongle. It's compatible with most operating systems, meaning you can pair it with an Android tablet or an iPad, and all keys will work as intended; however, the companion software, Logitech Options, is only available on Windows or macOS.
Unfortunately, it lacks backlighting, so it's not well-suited for use in dark environments. Also, since it only connects using Bluetooth, you might not be able to use it with your PC set up if it doesn't have Bluetooth support. This board offers good typing quality on its scissor switches, though they may feel heavy to press and could cause fatigue during long periods of use. With that said, it's a good choice if you're looking for a travel-oriented board to use with tablets or smartphones.
Logitech has a wider range of options than Corsair, including office keyboards, as Corsair mainly focuses on gaming keyboards. Mechanical Logitech keyboards use proprietary switches, while Corsair uses Cherry MX switches. Overall, Corsair makes better-built keyboards, and their gaming options tend to have more customization options like setting macros to any key.
On the whole, Logitech and Razer are very different in terms of what types of keyboards they make. Logitech has a wide range of keyboards, from gaming keyboards to mobile models. Razer has a small lineup and focuses on gaming keyboards, but they've started to produce mechanical keyboards aimed at office use, and they're available in different switches. While Razer's Synapse 3 doesn't work on macOS, it offers more customization options than Logitech, like allowing you to set macros to any key.
Overall, Logitech makes good keyboards for any use. Their office keyboards are available in ergonomic designs or are portable enough for mobile use on the go. In terms of gaming, Logitech makes mechanical keyboards that almost any gamer should be comfortable with, but they aren't as customizable as the competition. Although it may be overwhelming to look at the list of Logitech keyboards and try to find the one that suits you, they'll likely have the right keyboard for your needs.
May 12, 2022: Picks verified for availability; no changes.
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Dec 14, 2021: Added the Logitech ERGO K860 Wireless Split Keyboard as 'Best Logitech Ergonomic Keyboard For The Office' and the Logitech G413 as the 'Best Logitech Budget Gaming Keyboard.'
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Logitech offers a wide variety of keyboards for both office and gaming use. More than likely you're going to find the keyboard you need with Logitech, but it all depends on what you'll be using it for.