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Best wireless gaming keyboard in 2019

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Best wireless gaming keyboard in 2019

Best wireless gaming keyboard in 2019

Cord clutter got you down? Our best wireless gaming keyboards will give you the freedom you want. Long gone are the days of limited connectivity, shoddy reliability and short battery life. You can now reap all the benefits of traditional wired keyboards without having to clutter your desk with an abundance of unsightly wires. What’s even better is you don’t have to pay a mint for this convenience, as some wireless keyboards only cost marginally more than the best mechanical keyboards.



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If you’ve bought the best gaming keyboards before, you’ll already have a good idea of what to look for. Wireless keyboards used to exclusively deal in membrane switches but now come with switches that feel virtually indistinguishable from their conventional mechanical counterparts.

Some factors that might get overlooked, however, are the connectivity type. This is rarely an issue, but buying a keyboard that only offers one or the other can sometimes leave you in a bind if you happen to be in an area with a ton of Bluetooth devices floating around. Another thing to consider is the battery life and how your keyboard gets its juice. Not knowing whether or not you need to invest in Duracell stock before you buy a keyboard can be a costly oversight depending on how much usage your keyboard gets.

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Best Wireless Keyboards

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(Image credit: Logitech)

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1. Logitech G915

Best wireless gaming keyboard

Switch: Logitech Romer-GL (Linear, Tactile, Clicky) | Size: Full size | Macros: 5 | Backlights: Full | Passthroughs: No | Media Controls: Dedicated | Wristrest: None

Full RGB Lighting

Amazing Battery Life

Attractive form factor


Very Expensive

Wireless keyboards have often translated to the antithesis of what a gaming keyboard should be, but the most recent wireless keyboard from Logitech, the G915, aims to break that notion. The low profile design features all the trappings of the best mechanical gaming keyboards available: A variety of mechanical switches, dedicated macro keys, media controls, and full per-key RGB lighting.

The G915 is slim, but remarkably dense, weighing a bit more than it looks. But the aluminum on plastic frame is still incredibly sturdy and looks reminiscent of a piece of modern art (in a good way). The real test, however, is in battery life, thankfully the G915 passes with flying colors, boasting a 30+ hour lifespan with full RGB brightness on a single charge. Turning off the RGB lighting extends that life dramatically, allowing it to function for up to 100 hours without recharging.

The sole drawback to the G915 is its astronomical price tag. At an MSRP of $249.99 it’s drastically more expensive than our favorite wired mechanical keyboard, the Corsair K95 platinum. The G915 does, however, have an identical wired cousin, the G815, which is only 199.99.

The Logitech G915 feels like a logical evolution of what a wireless mechanical keyboard should be. Featuring excellent connectivity, awesome battery life and an uncompromising array of features to those who can afford it.

2. Logitech G613

Switch: Logitech Romer-G Tactile | Size: Full size | Macros: 6 | Backlights: No | Passthroughs: No | Media Controls: Dedicated | Wristrest: Fixed

Best wireless system to date

Great feature set

Long battery life

Wristrest is not detachable

The technology behind wireless peripherals have come a long way, and Logitech’s LIGHTSPEED wireless connectivity is a prime example. During our weeks of use, the G613 never once dropped a connection despite the plethora of wireless devices on our desks. It absolutely matches wired peripherals in terms of stability and responsiveness. It’s efficient as hell, too; a pair of AA batteries can push up to 18 months of continuous use.

Though it’s designed for practicality first, it’s anything but bland. A second glance reveals a row of dedicated macros, media controls, and a volume rocker. I also love the spacious, grippy wrist rest—although it isn’t removable. Understandably, backlights were omitted to conserve battery.

As with all high-end Logitech keyboards, the G613 comes with Logitech’s Romer-G switch. This proprietary switch features a travel distance of just 3mm and a subtle tactile bump. Its mild, quiet nature makes it suitable for both gaming and typing—even in quiet environments.

3. Corsair K63 Wireless

Switch: Cherry MX Red | Size: TKL | Macros: No | Backlights: Blue | Passthroughs: No | Media Controls: Dedicated | Wristrest: Detachable