Best Kayboard For Mac Pro

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From Apple's official keyboard cases, to Brydge's super-convenient case, we've rounded up the best iPad Pro keyboard cases available so you can be productive anywhere. Even if you don’t have a keyboard that looks grimy and barely works – the benefits to comfort, speed and reliability you gain with one of the best keyboards can make them worth the price of entry.

Put Your Finger on the Right-Fit Keyboard

Maybe your trusty old keyboard has typed its last letter or absorbed its last bagel crumb. Perhaps your gaming ambitions have outstripped the mushy, mediocre typer that came with your PC. Or maybe your hands are simply shouting: Hey, cut me some slack here! Whatever the reason, anyone can benefit from a better keyboard. After all, is any part of your computer more hands-on?

Before you go shopping, though, it pays to know what makes a keyboard a good fit. Modern models come in a bunch of subtypes, from boards optimized for typing efficiency to sculpted ergonomic designs that cradle your hands and relieve stress on the joints. Let's dig into the features to look for.

Connectivity Options: Wired and Wireless

The simplest way to connect a wired keyboard to your PC is via a standard USB port. Non-gaming keyboards are usually plug-and-play devices, with no additional software to install, meaning that plugging in the keyboard cable is all the setup you'll need. Gaming keyboards, the exception, will typically work as soon as you plug them in, but come with their own software that lets you adjust features such as onboard RGB lighting and the assignment of macro keys. (More on that in a bit.)

Besides transferring your keystrokes to the computer, a USB connection also powers the keyboard, so there are no batteries to worry about. A few expensive gaming models with lots of customizable buttons and lights come with two USB cables, one for power delivery (and/or to feed extra USB ports on the keyboard itself) and one for the data connection, which means it will occupy two available USB ports. This isn't usually a problem, since you'll likely be connecting one of these keyboards to a large gaming desktop with many available USB ports.

If you want more freedom and less cable clutter on your desk, however, it's hard to beat a wireless keyboard. Wireless models transmit data to your PC through one of two primary means: an RF connection to a tiny USB dongle, or via a Bluetooth connection with no dongles required. Both have their pros and cons. But if you want to reduce the number of cables on your desk and gain the flexibility to use your keyboard at a distance—whether that be on your lap at your desk, or from across the room—wireless is the way to go.

Most wireless keyboards that use USB dongles transmit over the same 2.4GHz wireless frequency used for cordless phones and Wi-Fi routers. The dongle itself is usually a tiny rectangle—small enough to plug in and forget about. Not only is the dongle unobtrusive, but we find that the 2.4GHz signal tends to offer more stable connectivity than Bluetooth. Note that in some situations, these USB dongles can provide connectivity to more than one device, meaning you can use the single adapter for your wireless keyboard as well as a wireless mouse, assuming that both are the same brand and both support the same scheme. (Logitech, for example, refers to this single-dongle arrangement as 'Logitech Unifying'; some, but not all, of its peripherals support it.)

Bluetooth options make sense in certain situations; they don't monopolize a USB port, and newer versions of Bluetooth—the current one is 5.0—are stable, easy to manage, and offer compatibility with more mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. In regular use, a Bluetooth connection gives you roughly 30 feet of wireless range; we find, however, that Bluetooth keyboards tend to not match devices with a USB dongle on battery life. New innovations, including hand-proximity sensors, improve the battery life versus older Bluetooth devices, which maintained an always-on link, draining battery quickly.

Among the only major drawbacks of mainstream wireless keyboards is that few of them feature key backlighting, which hampers one of their most useful roles: controlling a home theater PC in a softly lit living room. If you do find a wireless model with backlighting, be prepared to change its batteries or recharge it frequently.

Layout and Ergonomics

Not all keyboards are created equal. In fact, not all keyboards are even laid out the same beyond the standard QWERTY letter keys.

Most mainstream and gaming models offer a 10-key numeric pad, which laptops frequently lack and is a necessity for anyone who needs to tally numbers or enter data into a spreadsheet. So-called 'tenkeyless' models slice off the numeric pad in the interest of space savings and keeping your typing and mousing hands closer together. Bear that in mind if you're looking at gaming keyboards, as tenkeyless models are a recent trend especially in that subclass.

Smaller distinctions include the placement of the directional-arrow, Page Up and Down, and Home and End keys. Additionally, most current keyboards have basic media-file-control features, usually volume, play, pause, and track-change controls. These are typically dedicated media buttons located above the numeric pad, or built into the top row of Function (Fn) keys as shared-key shortcuts. Bonus points if the keyboard maker implements the volume control as a dial or roller, like on some high-end Corsair and Das Keyboard models.

To help users stave off carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress injury, many keyboards are available with designs that put your hands into a neutral position as you type. The result is not only greater comfort, but reduced stress to the joints and tendons, ultimately helping you to avoid painful inflammation and the potential for worse: expensive surgery. Ergonomic features can range from the simple (padded wrist rests) to the elaborate (a key layout that is sculpted to curve and slope, or a split design).

One very important ergonomic feature to look for is the ability to perform angle adjustment. This is usually accomplished by flipping out two plastic feet on the back of the keyboard to alter its angle relative to your wrists and forearms. Many keyboards—not only models designed specifically to be ergonomic—have these feet, and research has shown that it's important to experiment with them until your keyboard is flat or, ideally, angled slightly away from your wrists.

Keys and Switches: The Basics

One aspect of keyboard design that you'll see mentioned in reviews—but about which most people don't give a second thought—is the type of switches used for individual keys. You may not care about the specific mechanisms that reside beneath the keys, but you will feel the difference. The three primary types of switches are silicone dome switches, scissor switches, and mechanical switches.

Most budget keyboards, such as those that come bundled with new desktop PCs, use silicone-dome switches, which use two dimpled layers of silicone membrane that form a grid of rubber bubbles or domes as the springback in the switch for each key. The springiness of the silicone rubber makes for a soft, mushy feel as you press each key. The switch type also requires you to 'bottom out' with each keystroke, pressing the key to the bottom of the key well to type a letter. Because repeated flexing of the rubber membrane causes it to break down, silicone dome switches lose their springiness and responsiveness over time.

Some newer keyboards mimic the low-profile, chiclet-style keyboards found on full-size laptops and ultraportables. While a few of these use plain silicone-dome switches, many use scissor switches, which add a mechanical stabilizer to each key for a uniform feel, and an attached plunger under each keycap allows for shorter key travel. As a result, scissor-switch keyboards have a shallow typing feel, but they are generally more durable than rubber-dome switches alone.

Models That Just Click: Mechanical Keyboards

Most keyboard enthusiasts, however, won't have much to say for either of the two above styles—instead, they'll be singing the praises of mechanical keyboards.

The switches used in these are a bit more intricate, with a spring-loaded sliding keypost under every key. Lots of variations are available, each tweaked to provide a slightly different feel or sound, but generally, mechanical switches provide better tactile feedback and many emit the 'clickety-clack' sound associated with typing. The sturdy switch mechanisms and springs are significantly longer-lasting, too. These switches can also register each keystroke with a much shorter amount of travel, making them ideal for touch typists.

The downside to mechanical switches? They usually require a lot more vertical space than silicone dome switches, which means the keyboards tend to be thicker. You won't often find them on shallower, low-profile keyboards. That could change now that venerable switch maker Cherry has introduced a new low-profile mechanical switch, but the vast majority of mechanicals are chunky.

In the past, most mainstream mechanical keyboards made use of switches from Cherry Industrial, with the switches coming in various-feel MX Blue, Red, Black, and Brown varieties. (Each 'color' has a slightly different click feel, acoustic aspect, and pressure characteristic; see our roundup of the best mechanical keyboards for a lot more detail on that.) Cherry switches are still popular, but nowadays you'll also see homebrew mechanical switches from leading keyboard makers such as Logitech and Razer, as well as 'imitation Cherry' switches, using the same color nomenclature, from makers such as Kaihua.

Deep Customization: Gaming Keyboards

While all keyboards offer the necessary QWERTY layout of keys for everyday typing, sometimes typing isn't your main concern. Gaming keyboards are designed for competitive use, and they emphasize different things.

Gaming boards are equipped for maximum specialization and control, optimized for specific styles of gameplay, and built to exacting standards of responsiveness and durability. They also appeal to the gamer aesthetic, with designs that impress and intimidate with pulsing backlighting and dramatic color schemes.

Premium gaming models almost exclusively use high-grade mechanical key switches and sculpted keycaps, and offer lots of customizable features, such as programmable macro keys, textured WASD keys, and swappable keycaps. Others let you tweak the color and intensity of the backlighting to make finding certain keys faster and to personalize the look of your keyboard. On cheaper boards, the backlight coloration tends to be just one hue, but as you go up the market, you get programmable RGB lighting, sometimes customizable by zone, and at the very top end, assignable by each individual key (so-called 'per-key RGB').

Anti-ghosting is an essential feature, allowing multiple keystrokes hit at the same time to be registered simultaneously—something not all standard keyboards can do. Other extras include pass-through USB ports or audio connections on the keyboard, which simplify the process of connecting peripherals to a desktop PC whose ports may be inconvenient to reach under a desk.

Finally, any gaming keyboard worthy of its name comes outfitted with dedicated software and discrete keys for triggering macro commands, letting you pre-arrange complex strings of commands and activate them with a single press of a button. The number of macro commands that you can save, and the ease with which you can create them, vary from one model to the next; our reviews are handy for summaries of this kind of software. These aren't the sorts of customization features that everyone will use from day to day, but for players who invest time and money into gaming, these keyboards offer a competitive edge. Again, check out our guide to the best gaming keyboards for more on the gaming-software aspect.

Ready for Our Recommendations?

The keyboard market is vast, so start your search with our roundup below of the best keyboards available. In the market for a mouse, too? Check out our top mouse picks, as well as our favorite mice for gaming.

The Best Keyboard Reviews Featured in This Roundup:

  • Corsair K68 RGB Review

    MSRP: $119.99

    Pros: Authentic Cherry MX Red switches. Superior software. Dust/spill proof.

    Cons: Ho-hum plastic wrist rest. Help button poorly explains the 'static' lighting option.

    Bottom Line: This durable mechanical keyboard comes paired with great software. The custom lighting is a bit tricky at first, but once you figure it out, the possibilities are endless.

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  • Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Review

    MSRP: $199.99

    Pros: Dedicated media controls. Smooth, responsive keys. Attractive brushed aluminum finish. Easy-to-use customization utility.

    Cons: Expensive. No audio jack.

    Bottom Line: The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum is a pricey gaming keyboard with an ideal blend of aesthetics and functionality that leaves little room for improvement.

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  • Kinesis Freestyle Edge RGB Split Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

    MSRP: $219.00

    Pros: True Cherry MX switches in a choice of three varieties. Comfortable ergonomic design, once you're accustomed to it. Superb, plush wrist rest. Per-key customizable RGB lighting.

    Cons: Driverless SmartSet app is more work than we'd like. Optional 'lift kit' costs extra. Steep learning curve.

    Bottom Line: In the Freestyle Edge RGB, Kinesis brings best-in-class ergonomics to the gaming-keyboard scene for players serious about minding their wrists and hands in the course of their gaming endurathons.

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  • Das Keyboard 4Q Review

    MSRP: $199.99

    Pros: Aluminum top plate. Dedicated media controls. Nifty RGB lighting.

    Cons: Q software can be frustrating to use.

    Bottom Line: The Das Keyboard 4Q carries on the mechanical-keyboard company's hardware legacy, but it's the RGB lighting, not the quirky 'Q' alerts software, that will justify the price premium for most of the Das faithful.

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  • Logitech G513 Carbon Review

    MSRP: $149.99

    Pros: Choice of Linear and Tactile switch types. Comfortable and quiet for typing and gaming. Slick design. Roomy palm rest. Per-key RGB lighting.

    Cons: Software takes patience to learn. No dedicated macro or media keys. Subdued RGB illumination.

    Bottom Line: Though it cries out for media/macro keys, the minimalist Logitech G513 Carbon gaming keyboard justifies its price with custom, RGB-lit mechanical switches that feel great and won't wake up your household.

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  • Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO Review

    MSRP: $159.99

    Pros: Stately look can serve gamers, productivity users alike. High-quality switch feel and sound. Dedicated media keys and volume dial. Per-key RGB lighting, plus zone-based lighting.

    Cons: No dedicated macro keys. No USB or audio pass-through.

    Bottom Line: With custom Roccat key switches, elaborate RGB lighting, and a kitchen-sink feature set, the Vulcan 120 AIMO mechanical gaming keyboard is well worth the price of admission.

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  • SteelSeries Apex M750 Review

    MSRP: $139.99

    Pros: Very fast switches. Unobtrusive, compact design. Excellent backlighting and function customization options.

    Cons: No dedicated media keys, G-keys or USB pass-through. No adjustable feet.

    Bottom Line: The SteelSeries Apex M750 is excellent for seasoned gamers who care less about bells and whistles and more about fast actuation and fine control of backlighting and key assignments.

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  • Corsair K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard Review

    MSRP: $99.00

    Pros: Slim construction. Decent battery life and low latency rating for a wireless keyboard. Sensitive touchpad.

    Cons: Default key mapping changes from device to device. Bluetooth worked inconsistently on our sample. Cannot access iCUE software over Bluetooth.

    Bottom Line: The Corsair K83 is a solid living-room keyboard, great for navigating streaming sites and videos, though its ambitions as a keyboard-shaped 'universal remote' and gamepad replacement are a reach.

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  • Razer BlackWidow (2019) Review

    MSRP: $119.99

    Pros: Compact for a full keyboard. Very nice build. Chroma Studio lighting.

    Cons: No macro keys, USB pass-through, or media controls. Price seems a little high for what it brings to the table.

    Bottom Line: The 2019 edition of Razer's BlackWidow gaming keyboard is a smart compromise for budget-conscious players, offering top-of-the-line fundamentals at the expense of some quality-of-life features we've come to expect in high-end devices.

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  • Razer Huntsman Elite Review

    MSRP: $199.99

    Pros: Fast, tactile switches with light touch. Per-key RGB backlighting and underglow. Dedicated media keys and volume dial. Onboard memory for profiles and settings. Magnetic leatherette wrist rest.

    Cons: Expensive. Only one switch type. No dedicated macro keys.

    Bottom Line: With a new kind of key switch, plus wild RGB backlighting, dedicated media keys, and a volume dial, Razer's Huntsman Elite gaming keyboard offers plenty, but for the price, it's missing a few bits some gamers will deem crucial.

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No matter how great your overall Mac experience is, you can always improve it, and finding the best keyboard that suits your needs perfectly is an excellent way to start. When you find and buy such a keyboard, you’ll certainly wonder why you didn’t get it before. Same as many other Mac accessories, a good keyboard can really make a difference – you won’t be frustrated when typing, and you will increase your productivity. In this article, we are going to talk about the top best Mac keyboards, so keep on reading because you may find the one perfect for your needs.

See also: How to find the best mouse for Mac

What to consider when choosing a keyboard?

Browsing through the sheer number of best Mac keyboards available online may change the common notion that Apple doesn’t support third-party accessories. While the manufacturer is capable of making the most premium peripherals such as the newly launched Magic Keyboard, Air Pods and the unique Apple mouse, there are so many third party manufacturers ready to aid your usage scenario.

Apple follows a specific design pattern whereas you can get a similar, completely new experience from a Logitech keyboard or a cheaper alternative with additional features. The best part is that they make it pure white with a matte finish so that it easily syncs with the design aesthetics of your Mac setup at home or at the office.

Before we list some of the best Mac keyboards, let’s see the things you should consider.


If you are spending hours working on your computer every day, your hands should be in a natural position when you are typing, which means you need to choose a keyboard with such a design. There are many great keyboards that come with the adjustable tilt and height and with such keyboard, you won’t feel any pain in joints after hours of work and you will feel comfortable when typing.

Type of keys

There are many laptop-style keyboards for Mac, and all of them look wonderful. However, many people simply don’t like these type of keyboards as it may feel strange when typing. If you are one of those people, the keyboard with the raised keys a much better option.

Wireless or wired keyboard?

You will have to decide if you want a keyboard with or without a cable. Wired keyboard is a much better option for gaming because with such a keyboard you will avoid lag issues that may occur sometimes. If you don’t like cables, wireless keyboard for which you need the USB port on your computer is the perfect option for you but don’t forget that you will need the batteries. Also, wireless keyboards are usually more expensive.


Many keyboards today come with additional function buttons and media features buttons such as page up and down, volume up and down, browser button, mute button, just to name a few. If you don’t like such options, don’t worry, there are many awesome keyboards with just the standard QWERTY keys.

Best Mac Keyboards

The cheapest wired full-size keyboard

Mac allay Full Size USB Wired Mac Keyboard

After having spent thousands of dollars for your Apple Mac setup, you may probably want to save some money on your replacement keyboard. Although your mileage may vary, this is the cheapest full-size keyboard you can find for your Mac. The white design seamlessly syncs with your Macintosh and the full sized design allows you to get more things done, especially with the numeric pads being ideal for people in accounting.

The designers have implemented 15 Apple-specific shortcut keys to easily access all repeatedly used functions such as cut, copy and paste. There are also dedicated buttons to pause, play, increase or decrease volume in your iTunes. It is a wired keyboard and the low-profile key doesn’t produce any noise when you type.. For people who are largely addicted to Bluetooth, this may sound a bit off. However, if you are not interested in replacing batteries and like to keep it plugged in, this feature becomes useful.

Why should you buy this keyboard?

  • The full-sized keyboard includes a numeric keypad, making it easy for people into accounting to get things done faster.
  • It is USB wired version which ensures that you don’t have to worry about replacing batteries again.
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Best Apple Keyboard

Apple Wired Keyboard with numeric keypad

If you don’t want anything but Apple, this ultra-thin keyboard is a perfect choice. It has a beautiful and stylish design, built-in USB ports, and low profile keys. To can access many different Mac features such as eject, volume, screen brightness, fast-forward, rewind, just to name a few. For many users, this is unquestionably one of the best Mac keyboards.

While there are so many amazing choices available, the Apple-designed Magic Keyboard for Mac is without a doubt the best product you could buy. The third party manufacturers do offer a similar white design with a compact footprint and some additional features like Solar charging that may not be available in the original version. It continues to stand out as the best made possible keyboard with Apple’s robust build quality.

The keyboard uses a scissor mechanism behind each key providing it more stability and posture when you type continuously. The key travel is very less that keeps it silent at all times and provides a precise typing experience with no wrist or finger fatigue. The built-in rechargeable battery lasts at least for a month before it needs to be recharged. This is a full-sized keyboard from Apple providing you the numeric keypad that is integral for accounting work.

Why should you buy this keyboard?

  • The Magic keyboard is made by none other than Apple that provides you brand assurance and design aesthetics.
  • The battery life is excellent and, it being a full-sized keyboard sweetens the deal.
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Best Compact Keyboard For Mac

Anker® Ultra Compact Slim Profile Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard

Many users prefer wireless keyboards, and if you are one of them this beautiful, slim keyboard may be exactly what you have been looking for. It deserves to be on the list of the best Mac keyboards for several reasons. It is a lightweight keyboard, intuitive and very comfortable for typing. If you are not using the keyboard for half an hour, it will go into the power saving mode automatically. It is not only the perfect keyboard for your Mac, it is also compatible with iOS devices, Android, and Windows. Its price starts from $25.

Anker has meticulously designed this Bluetooth keyboard and they have come out with flying colors in making it ultra compact and slim. The Bluetooth keyboard doesn’t have a numeric keyboard and is so small that it occupies only two third of the space occupied by a traditional keyboard. Powered by a large 800mAh battery, it can run for nearly six months even if you use it for two hours non-stop daily.

Using a keyboard without a break is very difficult which confirms that it should easily last months and the Bluetooth is designed to automatically connect with the last device it was paired with. The Anker compact keyboard is also compatible with a range of Bluetooth devices including Mac, PC, Windows, iOS and Android. You can use it easily with your iPhone, Mac or an Android phone. Anker has also ensured that it is easy to type on this device with low-profile matte keys with the frame being sturdy in order to last long.

Why should you buy this keyboard?

  • The best compact keyboard that you could buy for your Mac
  • The battery life is reliable and lasts months on a single charge
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A Mac keyboard with mechanical switches

Best mechanical keyboard for macbook pro

Azio Mk-Mac Wired USB Backlit Keyboard with Brown K-Switch

Have you ever heard of a mechanical keyboard for the Apple Mac? If you haven’t, this Azio MK-Mac keyboard should put you on track. Mechanical key switches are popular among gamers and typists in the world of Windows computers. For Mac, it is a concept unheard of. But for the enthusiasts out there who want the best of OS X and input choices, Azio has an option. They have managed to retain the pure white color and used white backlights for the keyboard bringing it on par with any Mac-friendly keyboard out there.

While the product featured here is the USB wired model, you can also find the MK Mac BT with a Bluetooth setup for a slightly higher price. The keyboard features tactile brown k-switches which are non-clicky and doesn’t make too much noise. The MK-Mac Wired USB keyboard is exclusively designed for Mac with all Apple specific button layout including hotkeys for easy access. It also has a dedicated volume control wheel which should make analog lovers happy as you can increase or reduce volume on your iTunes music playback at will.

Why should you buy this keyboard?

  • Mechanical switches for Mac is a unique feature that sets this keyboard apart from the competition.
  • Azio has also maintained the Mac key layout and provides a physical volume control button enhancing the analog experience.
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Best Mac Keyboard With Modern Design

Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch K811 Keyboard For Mac

Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard with Bluetooth technology is specially designed for Mac. It has bright backlit keys for typing in a dark room. battery life is excellent. It is slim, compact and it has a beautiful, modern design. It can be used for iPad and iPhone as well. It provides enjoyable typing experience.

Logitech is primarily a peripherals manufacturer for Windows PCs but they are not giving up on the world of Mac and Apple devices. The Logitech Easy-Switch K811 is the best Mac keyboard you will ever need if you have already invested heavily into Apple’s ecosystem of devices. The Easy-Switch name comes from an actual switch found on this keyboard which allows you to seamlessly change between your Mac, iPad or iPhone to keep typing without interruptions.

The Bluetooth keyboard provides a solid range of up to 30 feet which allows you to keep it connected to multiple devices in the vicinity. The keys are all backlit, facilitating you to type in the dark and it also includes a rechargeable battery. The USB cable can be used to recharge it which should theoretically last at least a month of daily usage. Logitech has designed a unique keycap for the K811 which enables it to be whisper-quiet when typing and it also sports a Mac layout to let Apple fans use it seamlessly on familiar grounds.

Why should you buy this keyboard?

  • Logitech’s unique and useful easy switch technology allows you to change the connection between a Mac, iPhone or iPad easily. A must-have for people with multiple Apple devices.
  • Quite keys that are comfortable yet don’t make any noise during long typing sessions.
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Other models worth buying

Best Ergonomic Keyboard For Mac

Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

This model has a cutting-edge design, and some of the key features are intuitive Zoom Slider, customizable hotkeys, and improved number pad. Typing on it is a pure pleasure, so if you want a keyboard from Microsoft, feel free to go for this one.

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Best Wireless Keyboard For Mac

Logitech Wireless solar keyboard K750 for Mac

If you like wireless keyboards, you will love this keyboard! Rely on the light instead of the batteries, because any light source will keep this keyboard charged. It delivers an enjoyable typing experience – you will type quieter, and faster. It has ultra-thin design and it comes with a familiar Mac layout.

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Best Mac Keyboard For Fast Typing

Das Keyboard Professional Models S for Mac

It comes with ultra-sensitive tactile response meaning to type much faster with ease. Das keyboard has two-port USB 2.0 hub – you can connect USB compatible devices or charge your iPhone. There are Mac function keys included: play/pause, next and previous track, volume up and down, mute, brightness up and down, sleep etc.

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Best Keyboard For Mac Pro

Best Cheap Keyboard For Mac

Macally 103 key full-size USB keyboard

This keyboard could be the right one for you since it is an inexpensive substitute for Apple keyboards. It comes with Mac OS X features and shortcut keys and LED indicator for power, Num lock and caps lock. Macally keyboard delivers outstanding typing experience thanks to the low-profile responsive keys. The price of this keyboard is under $15.

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Best Apple Keyboard With Long Battery Life

Matias Laptop Pro Keyboard for Mac

It is compact and easy to pack with great 1,600 mAh battery. The Mac-friendly function keys allow you to control the volume, brightness, and more. It connects to Android, iPad, PCs and other Bluetooth devices. It also has a great design.

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Best Keyboard For Macbook Pro

Bottom line

A whole lot of new products have arrived and choosing the best Mac keyboards could be a difficult choice right now. If you have a good idea of your expectation, it should be much easier to choose one. The Logitech keyboard uses an unconventional solar power while Anker offers the most compact keyboard you could find. There’s even a keyboard with mechanical switches and another one that connects with every Apple device. Pick your preferred one and enhance your Mac experience

These are some of the top best Mac keyboards you can get. When choosing a keyboard, don’t forget to consider the things we have mentioned at the beginning, such as ergonomics, type of keys, features, and so on. We have listed different types of keyboards here so that every person can find a perfect fit!