Finding a good gaming keyboard that fits your style and needs can be harder than you’d expect if one of your needs is that it should be a wireless keyboard. There are countless fantastic wired keyboard at varying sizes and price points, but hardly so when it comes to their wireless counterparts. Don’t worry, though, as there are great options available and we’re going to show you some of the best wireless gaming keyboards you can get below!
This keyboard may have a mouthful of a name, but it’s one of the best options on the market. Logitech knows a thing or nine about keyboards—and the G613 shows just that.
The G613 offers an incredibly fast 1ms response time, which is enough to get this keyboard the attention it deserves. Not include the Romer-G mechanical key switches, the 6 dedicated, programmable G keys, multi-device Bluetooth connections, and an 18-month battery life, the G613 brings exactly what you need to the table. It may be lacking things like backlighting, but what it does have, it does right.
If you’re looking for a wireless gaming keyboard that’s not mechanical but does offer up RGB backlighting—and is made by an extremely reliable source—the Corsair K57 is worth taking note of.
The layout of the K57 brings what you need and then some, including six programmable macro keys, Windows key lock mode option, and built-in multimedia controls. You also have the option of connecting the keyboard via 2.4GHz wireless or Bluetooth. Included is a detachable palm rest so you can game for longer when you need it.
Of course, many will buy this keyboard for it’s RGB prowess. Shipping with Capellix LEDs that are capable of shining brighter with less power consumption, you’re able to choose from eight different lighting effects wirelessly. For even more control, you can light each individual key to whatever color you want while it’s plugged in. The K57 is capable of running 35 hours with the LEDs on and up to 175 hours without them.
The Corsair K63 is a beast of a keyboard. It’s wireless, mechanical, and has enough features to go toe-to-toe with any of its competition.
Connect the keyboard via wireless, Bluetooth, or USB, allowing you to get your game on in any situation. Like the K57 above, the K63 features a Windows Key lock mode, volume, and multimedia controls. Unlike the K57, the K63’s Cherry MX mechanical switches deliver ultimate performance across the board.
Its rechargeable battery can offer up 15 hours of wireless gameplay—which is more than most will need before their fingers are sore.