Updated August 09, 2019 by Kevin Flores

The 10 Best Keyboards For Android

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This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in April of 2016. There is only one problem with the fact that our electronic devices are getting smaller every year: as they do, they become harder to work on. But with one of these keyboards for Android, you can turn your smartphone or tablet into a virtual laptop, making it much easier to type emails, work on spreadsheets or write the next great American novel. Others are useful for surfing the web on your TV. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best keyboard for android on Amazon.

10. iPazzPort KP-810-21S

9. Fosmon 23022KB

8. Jelly Comb 4328649064

7. Rii i8+

6. Microsoft GU5-00001

5. OMOTON 3798062

4. Logitech K400 Plus

3. Arteck HB030B

2. Jelly Comb BCM2073

1. Logitech K480

Editor's Notes

August 09, 2019:

Often one of the tradeoffs of getting a portable keyboard is the quality of the keys, which can have little bounce and feel cheap. For that reason, we'd like to highlight the Arteck HB030B and Jelly Comb BCM2073 for having low-profile, scissors-switch keys, which tend to be quieter and wobble less.

That said, peripheral mainstay Logitech is still king with its K480 model's impressive ability to toggle seamlessly between three different devices, something that is increasingly useful as our communication, work and recreation becomes more and more scattered across different gadgets.

Finally, it's worth mentioning that our last update to this list replaced an older model of the Rii with a new version that is lighter and has better battery life than its predecessor.


Kevin Flores
Last updated on August 09, 2019 by Kevin Flores

Kevin Flores is an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker whose work has been featured in several major media outlets. Word thrift and clarity were pounded into his prose by merciless editors during his days as a breaking news reporter for a wire service. These days he can usually be found trawling through public records and tracking down shadowy shell companies for a nonprofit media organization he co-founded. He enjoys his time away from the screen by pursuing a hobby restoring furniture, giving him special insight into woodworking tools and materials. His filmmaking experience also turned him—willing or not—into something of an audio and video equipment fiend.


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