5 Best Wireless Keyboards for Mac 2018

Whether you would like to believe it or not, but a wireless keyboard can do much more than just free you from having to deal with cables. Simply put, it gives you a lot of options and makes it easier for you to get things done comfortably without having to go through any hassles.

Not a lot of people like being restricted to a seat, which applies to Mac users as well. Fortunately, there are numerous wireless keyboards out there that do just as good of a job for Mac like a Windows-based system. If you too wish to get a wireless keyboard for your Mac, and do not know where to begin, here are a couple of options for you to consider.

1. Logitech K780 – Price: $59.99

The Logitech K780 wireless keyboard is full sized and works well with all major OS platforms.

What truly sets this beauty apart from the rest of the crowd is the fact that it has a tablet and phone stand, making it possible for you to keep your mobile devices in one place.

You can switch between multiple devices at the same time with the push of a button. But that is not all, as it can connect to a PC wirelessly using a USB receiver.

2. Apple Magic Keyboard with NUM Keypad– Price: $129.00

You will be pleased to know the Apple Magic Keyboard works with Mac and iPads too. The keyboard comes equipped with a lightning port for quick charges between uses. But the best part is that it can be charged using your iPad’s charger.

Even though switching from one device to another could prove to be quite the chore, the Apple Magic Keyboard does offer an exceptional typing experience that makes it worth the investment.

3. Logitech K810 & K811 – Price: $56.99

Despite having different model numbers, the two keyboards are essentially the same. The two variants differ only in terms of their compatibility with Windows and Mac. The K810 works well with Windows, while its counterpart is designed for Mac. Although the two can work with either system, users will only run across problems due to the difference in dedicated keys for the two operating systems.

The Logitech K810 and K811 are small in size with a metal body design. Both wireless keyboards feature illuminated keys and even feature a rechargeable battery. What is truly amazing is the fact that the keyboards can connect to multiple devices simultaneously, like a smartphone and a tablet. If that is not enough, you can switch inputs with the push of a button.

4. Microsoft Surface Keyboard – Price: $99.00

With the Microsoft Surface Keyboard you get a minimalistic design that will enhance your Mac’s overall appeal. The keyboard is without a doubt quite beautiful and it manages to offer a top-notch typing experience that goes hand-in-hand with its build quality.

The wireless keyboard is powered by AAA batteries, which will surprisingly last a whole year without breaking a sweat.

The Microsoft Surface Keyboard works with Mac, Windows as well as Android devices. However, it is important to note that the wireless keyboard is highly recommended for use with Windows 10-based systems.

5. Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard – Price: $89.99

One of the best things about the Microsoft Surface Ergonomic keyboard is that it is a marvel to look at. It is well crafted, not to mention sturdy.

The wireless keyboard’s curved metal body makes it easier for you to rest your hands, thus making it possible for you to type for longer durations. The Microsoft Surface Ergonomic keyboard is powered by two AAA batteries and lasts up to a year.

The aforementioned wireless keyboards are just a few of the many others out there available for Mac, but they will meet and exceed your expectations without fail. If you need a wireless keyboard, you should look no further from the options specified above.

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Anas Dilshad is a Digital Marketing Expert and works with MacAppers. I love to share everything related to Mac. Feel free to ask any query about Mac at my Twitter Profile @anasdilshad1

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