Best Keyboards for 2022

The keyboards we use are vital to our day-to-day lives. Whether we’re typing on touchscreens or using a mechanical keyboard, our keyboards play a crucial role in what we do. But the keyboards we use are still dominated by the keyboards of the early aughts and the few attempts to change that have been largely unsuccessful. But it’s 2022, and at this modern time, we should all embrace change to experience the wonders of living in the 21st century.

Choosing Only the Best This 2022

The world has changed a lot in the last 20 years. The laptops that we use today are great but not perfect. Some of the keys do not work well, or the trackpad or the touchpad, and so on. And just as we are adding new features to our computers, people are adding new features to their keyboards. Today we have all sorts of additional keys like the backspace, the shift, the arrow keys, the speaker mute, and a lot more. And we need to control and manage those keys with our fingers. And for that, we need a good keyboard.

Check out the following best keyboards of 2022:

  1. Satechi Slim X2 Bluetooth Backlit Keyboard – The Slim X2 Bluetooth Backlit Keyboard from Satechi is one of the best Bluetooth keyboards we’ve seen to date. The textured keys offer solid tactile feedback without feeling too squishy, and the bright backlit keys are easy to read under any lighting conditions. In addition, the Slim X2 has a built-in trackpad that can be used to control your mouse cursor, which is convenient for navigating the web.

 

  1. Keychron K3 – Keychron K3 is the latest keyboard from KeyChron. From the looks of it, it might have been inspired by the Microsoft Surface keyboard, with its swiveling mechanism, but that’s just me. The K3 keyboard is made of plastic and boasts 53 different functions that can be triggered by pressing the Fn key on the left side of the keypad. It’s a keyboard for everyone.

 

  1. Razer Pro Type Mechanical Keyboard – The Razer Pro Type Mechanical Keyboard is unlike any other keyboard out today. It features over 100 different switches in eight different layers that are arranged on a flat surface. They have Razer Orange switches, but all have the same feel and function for gaming. The keyboard also features an aluminum top and backplate, giving it a unique look and feel. The bottom of the keyboard is a combination of rubber and plastic, which gives it a smooth and sleek grip.

 

  1. Apple Magic Keyboard – Apple’s iconic Magic Keyboard has been the standard for laptop keyboards for years, and now it’s finally available for use in the iPad. Achieving near-perfect typing accuracy, the Magic Keyboard features a built-in rechargeable battery that can last up to 30 days and also comes with a handy travel case. In stark contrast to its predecessors, the Magic Keyboard feels incredibly durable and strong, and its keys feel amazingly responsive. The precision and tactile feedback of the keys make it feel as though typing is a completely new activity and the perfect keyboard for the iPad.

 

  1. Logitech MX Keys Mini – What is unique about Logitech MX Keys Mini? It’s a Bluetooth keyboard that allows you to use it as a trackpad. Logitech MX Mini is available in gray- and white-colored keyboard designed for use with Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Mac OS. The two-piece design of the Logitech MX Mini keyboard allows the keyboard to be mounted on either a tabletop or a flat surface using magnets. The Logitech MX Mini measures 10.25-in. x 3.25-in. x 0.4-in. and weighs about 2.6-lbs. It comes with a one-year limited warranty.

 

At this point, there is no denying that the keyboard is one of the most important parts of the computing experience. No one wants to have to deal with a clunky, hard-to-type, slow device, and the latest keyboards on the market are working hard to make sure that you only have to deal with that once. The keyboards we have today are amazing. They’re small, wireless, and have a bunch of cool features.

But with the introduction of next-gen wireless keyboards, we may see some big changes shortly. From ultra-thin keyboards to all-new key styles, you can find the best keyboard for your needs.

Jen Keller

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