Filco Majestouch Convertible 2 Mechanical Keyboard
Best Overall Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
Japan-made and one of the toughest mechanical keyboards, the Filco Majestouch Convertible 2 has 104 keys with ABS-plastic key caps, arranged in a typical and familiar standard full-size keyboard layout. Under each keycap is a highly responsive Cherry MX Blue switch that helps provide a great typing experience. That means it has a complete qwerty keyboard, number pad, function keys, cursor control keys, and special keys. The device can connect to all machines that have Bluetooth compatibility. It is compatible with both Windows and Mac although some customers have reported connectivity problems with the latter, especially when using a wired USB connection.
Obinslab Anne Pro 2 Black RGB LED 60% Double Shot PBT Mechanical Keyboard
Best Compact Wireless Mechanical Keyboard for Gaming
The Obins Anne Pro is a wireless mechanical keyboard that can wirelessly connect via Bluetooth 4.0. Without a dedicated numeric keypad, cursor control keys, and special keys, the Obins Anne Pro is lighter and more compact than its full-sized counterparts. This is a huge plus if you’re looking for portability, a plus for a gaming keyboard. The keycaps have a combo design of linear GATERON red switches and O-rings, making the mechanical keyboard very quiet as you type. However, there are other switch options to choose from such as Cherry MX blue, Cherry MX brown, and Cherry MX Red switches.
iKBC CD87BT Series Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
Best-Priced Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
The iKBC CD87BT is a TKL (tenkeyless) wireless mechanical keyboard. It has 87 PBT-plastic laser-etched keys with MX blue switches. The design omits the keypad in exchange for a compact package. You can connect the iKBC CD87BT either wirelessly via BlueTooth 3.0 or through a wired USB-C. Another set of DIP switches allow you to alter default key arrangements so you can choose between Qwerty, Dvorak, and Colemak layouts. Finally, you can switch between Mac and PC configurations. But the real winner is that the iKBC CD87BT is quite affordable at $100. This is really great value considering that this Bluetooth mechanical keyboard is durable, has multi-connectivity options, and packed with features.
Logitech G613 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Best Wireless Mechanical Keyboard for Gaming
The Logitech G613 full-size wireless mechanical keyboard is ideal for gamers due to its long-lasting battery life (up to 18 months!) and proprietary Lightspeed wireless technology. At a super-fast 1 millisecond report rate, this keyboard virtually eliminates input lag. This is way faster than Bluetooth connectivity, to which the G613 also supports. The G613 has more features such as dedicated media keys and six programmable macro keys with G switches. To make gaming and typing more comfortable, you can put your wrist on the non-removable wrist wrest. The keys use patented Romer G switches that deliver tactile, quiet yet precise performance – you only need a light touch to register an input. That is really great for gaming, no need to mash your fingers into the keyboard.
DREVO BladeMaster PRO Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Programmable Genius Knob
Best Multi-Use Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
There are cool reasons why you should have the DREVO BladeMaster PRO. It has a matte black finish and does not have a frame around the device, enhancing its minimalist look. Aircraft-grade anodized aluminum frames make the keyboard exceptionally sturdy and durable, so it can stand the worst abuse. Colorful RGB lighting backlights the keys with 16.8 million combinations of hues and shades. Best of all, you can easily customize the colors according to your liking using DPC software as well as sync the backlight to all other devices with Radi RGB. You can download many other apps from the DREVO website to program your keyboard. Cherry MX switches capped with floating laser-etched ABS keycaps make it comfortable for gamers, programmers, and typists to use.
Filco Majestouch Minila Air Mechanical, Double-Function Keyboard
Best Wireless Mechanical Keyboard for Coding & Programming
Another compact wireless mechanical keyboard from Filco, the Majestouch Minila Air is 60% smaller than standard full-sized keyboards. The compact footprint makes it a joy to carry around although it still weights a relatively hefty 1.5 pounds. However, like all Filco products, this keyboard is extremely tough thanks to the strictest standards of Japanese manufacturing. The compact nature of the keyboard makes the key placements a little awkward. With constant use, though, you will get used to it. There is a cursor control keypad, but no numeric keypad. There are also two function keys at the bottom row which could easily be reached with minimal finger movement. You can program the keyboard via DIP switches at the back of the keyboard.
MAXKEY TADA68 PRO 60%, 68-Keys Mechanical Keyboard
Best Mini Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
The TADA68 Pro is another compact TKL wireless mechanical keyboard that can connect to devices with BlueTooth 3.0 capability. Because it’s a tad larger than usual 60%-compact keyboards, it has dedicated cursor control keys, which is a boon when it comes to smaller keyboards. It features two-tone durable PBT keycaps that are printed with high-contrast dye-sublimated legends. Underneath the key caps are Cherry MX mechanical switches that allow soft and tactile typing with highly responsive inputs. Thus, it is perfect for responsive gaming, quick typing, and relaxed browsing. However, it has limited programmability. Specifically, you can only program the TADA68 Pro if you connect the device with a USB wire. Compare that to the Anne Pro wherein you can program your keyboard wirelessly. Notwithstanding this minor inconvenience, the TADA68 Pro is truly a great-value keyboard.