The 9 Best Wireless Keyboard And Mice
This wiki has been updated 19 times since it was first published in December of 2017. Whether you need a new keyboard and mouse for your desktop or you simply want a convenient option for interacting with your laptop or tablet, a high-quality wireless combination may be the way to go. Most sets communicate over the 2.4-gigahertz band using a USB dongle, and some have additional features, like LED backlighting, mechanical switches, and built-in rechargeable batteries. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
December 30, 2020:
The Logitech MK570 Wireless Wave is one of the few sets to come with an ergonomic keyboard, and this one is, in fact, one of our favorite ergonomic keyboards overall. If you're not into that kind of curve, the Logitech MK735 Performance is similarly high-quality, but straight. We like the Trio Gato Standard, especially, in terms of aesthetics, although some users who care about looks will prefer the Sades Retro. Finally, the Razer Turret is one of the very few reliable matching mechanical keyboard and mouse sets suitable for gaming, and it happens to be one of the best overall wireless gaming keyboards out there.
October 11, 2019:
A combination mouse and keyboard set can be an inexpensive solution that doesn't necessarily rely on Bluetooth or take up more than one USB port for both devices. Logitech has a couple worthwhile options, although they don't quite match the quality of the company's latest and more refined individual products. The two LexonElec models we included are great for different reasons; one has an eye-catching, typewriter-like appearance, and the other is a mechanical model that outperforms its price considerably; you can even choose from clicky or quiet keys, and it's a great choice for gamers on a budget. Of course, if you really want the best for gaming, the Razer might be it, although it's quite the expensive peripheral. If you want to look good, check out the remarkably cute Sades Retro. The VicTsing and Seenda are both somewhat basic, but quite functional; the VicTsing sits a little higher, and the Seenda has a more sleek appearance thanks to its slim construction and metal body. If you're an Apple user, the iClever is your best budget-friendly option, while Apple's own Magic set is one of the best on the market.