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The Best Bluetooth and Wireless Keyboards on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers

Here at the Strategist, we like to think of ourselves as crazy (in the good way) about the stuff we buy, but as much as we’d like to, we can’t try everything. Which is why we have People’s Choice, in which we find the best-reviewed products and single out the most convincing. While we’ve written about the best ergonomic keyboards and mouses, rounded up the best office chairs, and even delved into the best mouses for gaming, here we’re going deep on the best wireless and Bluetooth keyboards on Amazon. (Note that reviews have been edited for length and clarity.)

The best multi-device Bluetooth keyboard

Logitech K810 Wireless Bluetooth Illuminated Multi-Device Keyboard
$67 at Amazon

“I’ve been a touch typist for over 40 years and have used, extensively, virtually any brand and type of keyboard out there. All this to establish that I ‘think’ I know a little about what I’m talking about. My opinion is that this is the finest little keyboard I’ve ever encountered. Pairs instantly, keys are comfortable to use and designed in a way to allow a touch typist to almost feel like they’re on a standard keyboard. The build quality is as good as it gets, and as an added bonus, I discovered that the rechargeable battery can be removed and replaced at home.”

The best portable keyboard with cover

Nulaxy KM12 Bluetooth Keyboard
$15 at Amazon

“I’m actually using my keyboard to write this review! I love it and can’t get enough! Such a great deal for such an amazing product! It’s super lightweight, making it easy to take with me wherever I go. Perfect size for my huge hands, and a great size for my kids to learn how to use a keyboard. I have been using it on my iPad and have had no problems at all whatsoever. Like I said, I’m really in love with it. The extremely slim magnetic case is great! I love pulling out my keyboard and folding it up to make a great stand for my iPad 2 and typing away! It’s also rechargeable and holds a strong, long-lasting charge. The keyboard DOES NOT come with a charger, but I plugged it up to my phone charger and it works great! There is something super satisfying about buying a product and it does exactly what you want it to!”

The best-looking Bluetooth keyboard

Arteck HB030B Universal Slim Portable Wireless Bluetooth 3.0
$20 at Amazon

“This keyboard is THE &^%$&^$&*%!! Best accessory I’ve ever ordered for my iPad. I’m typing this review on it right now. This layout feels much better than the one on a keyboard case I bought earlier, and it’s no wider than that case, so I don’t understand why this can’t be the standard! I’m a fast touch typist and this keyboard feels just like my 15-inch laptop keyboard, doesn’t slow me down at all (except for autocorrect …). It’s rigid and sturdy, and the keys have a nice click and travel to them. When I took the keyboard out of the box, I actually said ‘Wow’ aloud over how thin and light it is.”

The best Bluetooth keyboard for Apple users

Omoton Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard
$16 at Amazon

“I bought this to work with my new (Gen 7) iPad and I have not been disappointed. First, there’s the look. I have two kinds of people come to my house: people that appreciate a good deal, and pretentious jerks. People in the first group have commented on the ‘Apple’ keyboard I bought and were pleased to hear that it wasn’t Apple and that I didn’t have to sell a car to buy it. People in the second group have commented on my ‘Apple’ keyboard and I just let them think I have money to burn. The setup was a breeze. Turn it on, pair with the iPad, done. We just leave it sitting there and it works when we need it, it goes to sleep when we don’t need it. It’s been running on the same set of batteries for months and hasn’t missed a keystroke. There are plenty of options out there for a Bluetooth keyboard, but this hits the sweet spot of look, price, and functionality.”

The best wireless keyboard for your media center

Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch TV Keyboard
$24 at Amazon

“I’m not a big TV watcher, but navigating around Netflix, Amazon, and other apps on my smart TV with the arrow buttons on the remote was pretty annoying. Especially when I wanted to search for something, and pick out the search string using the arrow buttons on the remote. So it was time for a wireless keyboard for my Samsung TV! When I received it, I pulled out the little USB dongle, plugged it into the TV, and then started looking for an ‘on’ switch for the keyboard … when I noticed IT WAS ALREADY WORKING. Seriously. Zero setup. Just plugged in the dongle, and immediately the mouse and keyboard worked. No config, no software, no effort. I was happily surprised. I wish all my technology worked as well and as effortlessly as this keyboard!”

The best ergonomic wireless keyboard

Logitech K350 2.4Ghz Wireless Keyboard
$38 at Amazon

“I highly recommend this keyboard for all users who are highly sensitive to the joint strain caused by the poor wrist positioning and excessive finger curl required to use more generic keyboard designs. Those who already have carpal tunnel issues may even notice a slight reduction in pain levels. This was definitely the case for me. I also recommend this keyboard for fast touch typists. I was fast already, but I believe this keyboard increased my speed by at least another 10 percent. It’s amazing how fast your hands can move when all of the joints are moving in their most natural orientation. In fact, I’d generally recommend this keyboard to anyone who spends more than a couple hours a week at their computer.”

The quietest wireless keyboard

HP Wireless Elite Keyboard v2
$34 at Amazon

“I’ve been trying different keyboards for about a year and a half. I found the Apple wireless keyboard tolerable, but a little mushy. I tried an excellent mechanical keyboard, but I never could get used to the shallow key-press style those keyboards demand. And then I found this. It’s not the fanciest. Sure it looks good and modern, but it’s not aluminum, etc. It doesn’t scream high-end. But it’s the best typing experience I’ve yet had. If you like to type and you’re familiar with laptop-style scissor-key keyboards, I don’t think you can go wrong with this. It feels bouncy, almost luxurious. The keys are very responsive. In short, I think it’s a steal.”

The Bluetooth keyboard that works with just about any device

Jelly Comb BK230 Dual Channel Multi-device Universal Wireless Bluetooth Rechargeable Keyboard
$25 at Amazon

“I love this keyboard! Easy to connect (takes like three seconds) and great for on-the-go moments, and it is small and compact. You can connect to two devices at the same time, and the great thing is, a tablet and a phone will fit in the pocket on the keyboard at the same time. I love it. I use it on my TV all the time (my kiddos love YouTube). Does everything that any other standard keyboard does and the charge lasts forever!!!! This works great on my Kindle, and most things do not connect to it. My daughter was ecstatic because it actually is compatible with her iPhone without any extra software! There is no lag; I am just overall PLEASED! Makes my blogging a breeze with my hectic life!”

The best mini–Bluetooth keyboard

Seenda Mini Bluetooth Keyboard
$22 at Amazon

“This is one of the best purchases I’ve ever made. First, it pairs with any Bluetooth-capable device instantly. Second, the keyboard layout is utterly familiar, and you can work fully with it right away. Third, the touch of the small keys is wonderfully positive, and I find I make very few typing mistakes with it. I use it with my ZTE Axon M double-screen phone to type documents, and it is a delight to use. I also use it with my tablet because the keyboard can be carried in the pocket of your shirt with your cell phone, and you can type long notes into such programs as Evernote. Its auxiliary keys dealing with volume and video play work like a charm. AND, it’s backlit! It charges in about two hours, and I’ve used it for a full week without having to recharge it. Altogether, I couldn’t recommend this little keyboard more strongly. It is a solid, quality product.”

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The Best Bluetooth and Wireless Keyboards on Amazon