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Best Wireless PC and Mac Keyboards 2015

Updated on January 14, 2015

Review of the Latest Wireless Keyboards for 2015

There are many wireless keyboards on the market today to fit any PC or MAC users need. Some are very affordable while others are designed specifically with advanced user in mind.

For example, programmers or gamers may spend in excess of $100 just on a keyboard that has a LCD display and many programmable buttons, while if you're looking for a simple keyboard you may be able to find one with a mouse for as little as 20 bucks.

Whatever you plan on using it for you'll find it in this post and before you leave don't forget to vote for your favorite! Here is my list of the bestselling keyboards of 2015.

If you're willing to spend a little bit more for a keyboard with features like lighting, USB support, and enhanced comfort, the Logitech K800 is a good place to start.
If you're willing to spend a little bit more for a keyboard with features like lighting, USB support, and enhanced comfort, the Logitech K800 is a good place to start.

7 Great Wireless Keyboards to Consider in 2015

1. Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800

This general use keyboard has a lot of really cool features. It has ambient light sensors that automatically adjust to the amount of light in the room which makes it perfect for low lit offices and people who are on their computer on into the night.

It comes with rechargeable nickel-metal hydride AA batteries and can sync multiple devices to a single USB receiver.

There are hand proximity sensors that detect when you move away from the keyboard to save on energy life. Easy plug and play start up, no software needed to install.

2. HP Wireless Elite Keyboard

The HP Elite is a great keyboard for those on a budget! It has a very sleek and slim feel with quiet keys. Some drawbacks are the lack of a caps-lock light and have had some complaints about connectivity use. It is very affordable, it's a great little wireless keyboard.

3. Kinesis Advantage Contoured Keyboard

For those who tend to type for hours and hours a day, this keyboard is key in the prevention of wrist pain. It has a very unusual key pattern, but is a new standard for ergonomic keyboards.

It is both PC and Mac compatible, and has been proven to be very comfortable. It does however; take time to get used to and some normal keystrokes, such as Ctl+Alt+Shift, are almost impossible to do with one hand. It's quite expensive, but for those with wrist and arm pain, the price is well worth it.

4. Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

This ergonomic keyboard is very affordable and easier to use than most. With a familiar key layout to help with learning curve, this less expensive and comfortable keyboard competes well with the more expensive keyboards. It offers great features like a zoom button and is compatible with Mac.

Some say the keystrokes are quite quiet, but the spacebar tends to be on the noisy side. Plus there's not a USB hub, but with the price reduction, it may not be something that is missed.

Top Rated New Wireless Keyboards 2015 #5-7

5. Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710

This keyboard comes with a comfortable wrist rest and has a great LED panel. It tells you when cap and num lock is on as well as a battery life status.

It is very quiet and actually comes with a wireless mouse. It has a very low profile design. It boasts a battery life of three years and has great range capability for those living room PC systems.

6. Logitech diNovo Edge

This amazing keyboard offers a built-in touchpad, which eliminates the need for a mouse. It has a great attractive design that is space saving and comfortable. It has Bluetooth capability so it will save a USB plug on your computer and has a rechargeable battery that boasts two months on a single charge.

A downfall to the touchpad design is that it takes away a number keypad, but for its sleek design, you may actually want the extra room instead on your desk without a mouse.

7. Apple Wireless Keyboard

The Apple wireless keyboard is extremely lightweight, yet has a sturdy feel. It's great for using with an iPAD and boasts a Bluetooth capability. This allows for one of your USB ports to be free. This works both on Mac and Windows machines and is powered by two AA batteries. The keys have a nice feel and it shuts down when not in use to save on battery life. One complaint has been the lack of a numeric keypad, but when looking at a sleek model keyboard, most don't have one of those.

With these great options, know that you can get a keyboard within your price point to meet your needs. They all have pros and cons and depending on what you'll be using your keyboard for, you can be guaranteed to find one to be a perfect fit to personalize for you.

Vote for Your Favorite Wireless Keyboard of 2015

Here is a list of our featured new release and classic wireless keyboards. If you have a keyboard you feel should be featured on this post, then please leave a comment in the reader feedback section below.

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