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The best Bluetooth keyboards you can currently buy
Whether you’re working away at your desk or trying to write an email on your smartphone/tablet, nothing beats a real keyboard. Wires are no fun either. Thankfully, high-quality portable Bluetooth wireless keyboards are available to help.
Of course, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with many companies creating their own models. Luckily, you won’t have to look much further. We’ve narrowed the search down to the best Bluetooth keyboards for any phone or tablet, and most of these options will also work perfectly with Windows or Mac computers.
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The best Bluetooth keyboards:
Editor’s Note: We will be updating this list as more Bluetooth keyboards are released.
Anne Pro 2
The Anne Pro 2 is a stunning Bluetooth wireless keyboard with per-key backlighting, making this the ideal choice for those that want to bring some color to their desks. It’s also a high-quality keyboard with mechanical switches, so even gamers can use it for desktop and mobile needs.
It has Bluetooth connectivity availability for up to four devices, which you can switch back and forth from. You also get to choose whether to use the keyboard wired or wirelessly. If you use it wirelessly, it should last up to four weeks with all backlights on.
Arteck Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard
While you won’t get backlit LED keys with this particular Bluetooth keyboard from Arteck, this model offers a super slim design that’s only 0.2 inches thick. It has a 10-meter reach and even has mobile-focused hotkeys for controlling media and settings. This keyboard is also very affordable, making it that much more enticing.
Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed
While not really a mobile accessory, it’s a desktop keyboard you can also take with you. This one is a serious performer. The Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed is small and wireless, but it is very comfortable for heavy typers and gamers.
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It also comes with mechanical switches, up to 200 hours of battery life, Doubleshot ABS keycaps, and a solid aluminum construction. This is by no means a cheap keyboard, but it is the best bet for demanding users. Not to mention you get the fabulous Razer looks and RGB!
Logitech K380 Multi-Device Keyboard
You’ve probably seen this little keyboard around. It’s one of the most popular mobile keyboards around. Despite its 2015 launch, this Bluetooth keyboard continues to be an amazing offering, especially considering the super accessible price point.
The Logitech K380 offers a plastic, yet pretty nice design. It can connect to up to three devices, and is compatible with pretty much all major desktop and mobile operating systems. The company even offers a cool feature called Logitech Flow, which makes it possible to sync your mouse to two computers and move your cursor from PC to PC, as if it was a single computer with multiple screens. It also has an insane two-year battery life.
Omoton Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard
If you want to get a keyboard that is easy to carry and won’t cost you a ton of money, then you should look into the Omoton Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard. While it doesn’t have more advanced features, it is very slim and affordable.
The keyboard’s compact footprint makes it easy to fit inside almost anything you need to travel with. It also has a solid battery life, with up to 30 days of continuous use on a single charge. It also has a sleep mode that automatically kicks in after 10 minutes of non-use.
Apple Magic Wireless Keyboard
Up next, we have the Magic Keyboard from Apple. It is a stunning minimalist keyboard with all of your essential keys close together for ease of use. It runs on a rechargeable battery, giving you over a month of use between charges. The Magic Keyboard is also very light, making it ideal for traveling.
The scissor key mechanism optimizes travel, and its Bluetooth connectivity means you can instantly connect it to your Apple products. However, it also works with other PCs and even Android devices. The only problem is that some keys will be different, but you can work around these discrepancies
The second Logitech wireless keyboard on this list is the Keys-To-Go. As its name implies, the peripheral is made for mobility. It’s super thin, small, and light. It’s also spill-resistant, making it a good alternative for enduring all road hazards. The three-month battery life and nice aesthetics will also make many of you happy.
Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard
Very few keyboards are as compact, well-designed, and portable as this one. But of course, it’s made for designers, and the very name gives that off. The Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard is one of the best Bluetooth keyboards. It can connect with three devices, has excellent key spacing, and even features a dedicated key for emojis.
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