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Best keyboards for home office, school, Windows and Mac for 2020

by Amee Moffit (2020-08-14)


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Whether your current keyboard has seen better days, you need additional keyboards for remote working or school, or you simply want a better typing experience, this list will have something to meet your needs. Logitech, Microsoft and Apple are some of the big names in the category, but there are plenty of smaller names worth your attention, too. 

This list focuses on both wired and wireless keyboards designed for productivity, not gaming. (These are the best gaming keyboards we've tested.) It also covers models at a variety of prices because, fortunately, you don't necessarily need to spend a lot to get a better keyboard.







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Also, unlike phones, TVs, laptops and a lot of other tech products, keyboards don't get updated frequently. There's a good chance the best keyboard for you might be a model that's been around for a while. The market is huge, though, and we'll continue to test new keyboards and update this list regularly. Did we miss one of your favorites? Let us know in the comments. 

Also read: Best cheap gaming keyboards to rev up your work-from-home experience







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