The $50 K480 can connect to three different Bluetooth wireless devices at once, whether they're Windows, Mac or Chrome OS computers, or Android, Windows, and iOS tablets or smartphones.
Apple's slim, light, wireless Magic Keyboard gets a makeover, bringing back the number pad previously found in the old wired version. But it also costs more, so the standard Magic Keyboard may be better for you.
The Logitech Wireless Keyboard K350 stands out for its comfortable ergonomic touches, an easy learning curve, affordable price, and unique Unifying connection. We have minor issues with the placement of the media controls, but heavy typists will appreciate what Logitech has to offer.
With its ability to toggle between nearly any smartphone, tablet and most computers, Logitech's smooth-operating and affordable K380 is one of the best multidevice wireless keyboards you can buy.
The Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus packs a trackpad and keyboard into a single, compact package.
The backlit keyboard on the ProFolio+ might be worth the investment for some frequent travelers who've been feeling left in the dark.
All the benefits of physical key switches without the obnoxiously loud noise.
The silicone accessory comes with a case and adds a tactile dimension to the iPad Mini's onscreen keyboard.
For iPhone owners yearning for a physical keyboard reminiscent of their old BlackBerry, this $99 slip-on case could do the trick.
Logitech's Living-Room Keyboard K830
Razer brings all the polish to its Tarantula gaming keyboard that it has to mice over the years. The Tarantula is a little more expensive than other keyboards geared toward gamers, but its build quality, customization options, and responsiveness are definitely worth it.
The full-sized keys and flexible hinge are both nice touches, but the Typo for iPad Air doesn't deliver as much as its price tag demands.
This pocket-sized Bluetooth device is able to project a keyboard on a flat surface, but it doesn't work well as it should.
The Targus Versavu Keyboard and Case for the iPad 2 offers excellent protection and solid build, but beware of awkward viewing angles and a keyboard that's compressed too much for our tastes.
You can't beat the price of Anker's thin keyboard for the iPad Air, but serious typists should invest in a better option.
This tiny wireless keyboard aims to solve a big problem with living room computers.
The second version of Brydge's keyboard makes for an impressive accessory to the iPad Air series. If you're none too impressed with plastic alternatives, look no further.
The Lofree keyboard has an adorable retro design that looks and sounds like a typewriter.