Adding a macro pad to your desk setup can make it even easier to use your PC as you can program each of its keys to do practically anything you can think of.
Whether you want full-sized or mini, wired or wireless, these are the best mechanical keyboards on the market right now.
These are the best wireless keyboards for school, work or gaming, based on our hands-on testing and expertise.
Mechanical keyboards can last for years if you know how to clean them properly and do so fairly often.
The Cherry MX 10.0N RGB is a premium mechanical keyboard with low-profile linear switches that help it stay remarkably thin. If that's the kind of keyboard you crave, this is a great option.
The Leopold FC750R PD should appeal to mechanical keyboard enthusiasts who can live without a number pad, and don't need the bells and whistles that gaming models offer.
While the iPhone 13 is guaranteed to launch with software upgrades thanks to iOS 15, there's one rumored improvement in particular that would make Apple's smartphone much less aggravating.
While the HyperX Alloy Origins 60 is a little too small for seamless productivity applications, it’s a good gaming companion at a reasonable price.
The Razer Cynosa V2 offers decent RGB functionality and a few helpful bells and whistles, although it never quite transcends its membrane design.
The Logitech G915 TKL is one of the best tenkeyless gaming keyboards I’ve ever used, but it’s also one of the most expensive.
For mini keyboard enthusiasts, the HyperX Ducky One2 Mini is a solid gaming peripheral, but it can be frustrating for everyday use.
The SteelSeries Apex 3 will get the job done, but a cheap office keyboard would serve almost as well.
The Roccat Vulcan 121 Aimo has the same design, features and price as its predecessor — and that's good.