Don't-Miss Keyboard Stories
Microsoft’s Modern Keyboard 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.
Whisper-quiet and easy on the wrists thanks to its padded palmrest, the MK850 can switch between your PC, your phone, and your tablet in a flash. One drawback, though, might be a deal breaker.
If you need a Bluetooth keyboard to start the fall season, Anker's lower-end model is currently on sale at Amazon.
What you have here is the modern day BlueTooth equivalent of an old vintage clicky clacky mechanical typewriter.
With LED backlighting, programmable g-keys for single actions and macros, and anti-ghosting capabilities, the G105 Logitech gaming keyboard is built for serious gaming.
If you need a new mouse, keyboard, or webcam, check out Amazon's Logitech sale today.
The G.Skill KM780 is back on sale right now, and it's a great price for this mechanical keyboard.
If you need a compact, low-frills gaming keyboard, consider the Corsair Vengeance K65, on sale today for $55.
Flexible, Soft, Foldable, Roll-up, Silent, Waterproof, Dustproof, Lightweight, Portable and easy to store. If you're looking for a travel keyboard you won't have to worry too much about, this one is currently discounted 58% to just $13.
Hunting for a mechanical keyboard with Blue switches? Aukey's 104-key KM-G6 is down to an all-time low.
Not only can you get Anker's wireless ergonomic mouse for just $15 today, but the company's compact Bluetooth keyboard is also on sale for $17 right now.
Logitech has created a keyboard for your computer that also works with your tablet and smartphone. This unique keyboard with integrated smartphone/tablet cradle makes it a breeze to switch between typing on three different Bluetooth devices, and right now costs just $23.
An exorbitant price, flimsy construction, and an overly large footprint undermine the high-end rubber-dome switch in Logitech's gaming keyboard.
This mechanical/rubber-dome hybrid keyboard is an interesting experiment, but too pricey to make sense for most people's needs.
As a beginner gaming keyboard, the G410 is well-priced at $60.