The best wireless keyboards do more than free you from a cable. They let you toss the crummy keyboard you got for free with your PC—does anyone like that one?—and they also give you options. The models we’ve reviewed range from full-size desktop slabs to portable models that skip easily from laptop to tablet to phone. Whatever you need to type with, there’s a keyboard for it. 

Keyboard choice can be very subjective. That said, we’ve based our reviews on hours spent with each model, banging away on work projects, surfing the web, and keeping up on social media. 

There’s truly no one size to fit all, but our reviews aim to give you enough specifics to make a sound decision. Check out our buying advice at the end to help you choose from other models you find.

For more tetherless convenience, see our roundup of the best wireless mice.

Updated 8/02/21 to include our review of the Asus ROG Falchion, a compact and capable wireless gaming keyboard that offers a satisfying experience for PC gamers, but skimps on amenities the competition offers. Scroll to the bottom of this article to see links to all our wireless keyboard reviews.

Best overall wireless desktop keyboard 

Logitech’s K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard is indispensable if you often type late into the evening or otherwise work in dark environments. This backlit keyboard not only provides the necessary light but also offers one of the most comfortable and pleasant typing experiences we’ve encountered, all at an affordable price.

[$99.99 MSRP (now heavily discounted); available from Amazon]

Runner-up: We still like the sleek, elegant Microsoft Modern Keyboard. It looks as good as its feels, with pleasingly clickable keys, a bevy of dedicated Windows keys and an ace up its sleeve: a built-in fingerprint reader. Our only gripes about this rechargeable, Bluetooth-enabled device are its lack of programmable keys and its lofty price tag. Read our full review.



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