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The best Cyber Week wireless keyboard deals for 2020

Black Friday weekend ended a couple days ago, and with the biggest retail weekend of the year finished, now is the time for shoppers still hungry for bargains to sink their jaws into some ongoing Cyber Week sales. The vast majority of holiday shoppers are hopping online in 2020 to do their gift buying (for very good reasons), so retailers are increasingly stretching their Cyber Monday sales into a week-long event. That means that now is still the best time before the end of the year to find great discounts on brand-name gadgets and gear — including some hot Cyber Week wireless keyboard deals.

To help you find the perfect one for your needs and budget, we’ve put together a handy roundup of the best continuing Cyber Week wireless keyboard deals still up for grabs, along with a quick guide on how to choose the right model for your work and/or gaming setup. We’ve gleaned our picks from all the major online retailers including Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, and others, and we’ve also scoured the internet for the best Cyber Week wireless mouse deals and the best Cyber Week Bluetooth speaker deals so that you can give your desktop workstation a complete wire-free makeover.

Best Cyber Week wireless keyboard deals

With low-profile mechanical keys, the Logitech G915 makes both your office work and your gaming as quick and efficient as possible. The tactile switches hit the sweet spot in responsiveness, too. more
Enjoy comfort and precision when typing and gaming with the Corsair wireless keyboard, which features Cherry MX mechanical switches and a sleek tenkeyless design. more
There's almost nothing better for any computer workstation than an ergonomic setup, and the Microsoft Sculpt combo is the perfect addition, providing any average user with top-quality comfort. more
Love the look and feel of ThinkPad keyboards but want one for your desktop PC? This Lenovo wireless keyboard has you covered, right down to its TrackPoint nub and triple "mouse" buttons. more
Built with mechanical switches for super-fast responsiveness and accurate execution of commands. Other features include wireless connectivity, programmable keys, RGB lighting, and a wrist rest. more
BUILT-IN NUMERIC KEYPAD
Work from a MacBook or iMac? Get Apple's trademark typing experience with a dedicated Numeric Keypad thrown in. Perfect for anyone who lives and breathes Microsoft Excel. more
A reliable go-to for any gamer, this keyboard has responsive mechanical keys and an ultra-fast wireless connection. The Logitech G613 Lightspeed keeps things simple yet powerful. more
With a key for just about everything and a built-in LCD status dashboard, this keyboard and mouse combo is all-style and all-function. more
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This Bluetooth keyboard made by Microsoft is a well-rounded jack-of-all-trades that does its job well and excels at every field without standing out in any particular department. more
With every key a keyboard could ever need, this is your ultimate all-in-one option. With a cushioned palm rest and curved layout, this keyboard combines beauty and brains like no other. more
Microsoft's pair of Bluetooth keyboard and mouse offer a reliable and affordable wireless experience that checks all the essential boxes including a long-lasting battery and comfortable keys. more
Save space on your desk and be able to control your TV at the same time with this keyboard, featuring a uniquely engineered touchpad on the side. more
Praise the sun! This keyboard can run completely battery-free with any light source and offers a sleek design and comfortable concave keys for easy typing. more
If you've ever found yourself juggling more than one computer at a time, this is what you need. This wireless keyboard and mouse combo can connect to up to three computers simultaneously. more
Boasting a super slim design that eliminates the burden of additional clutter on your work desk, the Microsoft Desktop 900 combo is a minimalistic go-to for anyone with a passion for functionality. more
Work comfortably and efficiently like never before with the Microsoft Sculpt wireless keyboard, designed for ergonomic typing with an accompanying number pad on the side. more
If you want an ergonomic wireless keyboard for your Microsoft Surface (4, Book, or Studio), this keyboard is designed with a sloping arc and a cushioned palm rest, with a range of up to 32 feet. more
With dedicated media playback buttons to make movie-watching on your desktop a total breeze, this Logitech bundle is perfect for everyday entertainment as well as for your daily work. more
If you're looking for an affordable alternative to the Apple wireless keyboard for your iPad, check out this full-sized one from Omoton. It's compatible with pretty much every recent iPad. more
A reliable keyboard and mouse combo for every setup, this keyboard has all the essentials your computer will ever need. more
Make any desktop setup look good with this keyboard's simplistic circular design that doesn't cut any corners. more

How to choose a wireless keyboard

Looking for a new wireless keyboard but don’t know where to start? Read on and we’ll tell you what to look for. As always, your first port of call should always be knowing your budget. Don’t overspend and you’ll be that much more likely to enjoy whatever you snap up.

Now that you’ve got that out of the way, how do you plan on using your wireless keyboard? Check out our best wireless keyboards guide if you want a general overview, but it’s worth knowing that, generally, keyboards come down to one of a few different types.

If you’re planning on typing a lot on your keyboard, whether for work or study, then an ergonomic keyboard is a great bet. Its focus is on avoiding placing too much stress on your hands with some wireless keyboards also including built-in wrist rests to make things even more comfortable. Ergonomic keyboards can look big and clunky so you’ll need appropriate desk space, but it’s worth it if it means your hands and wrists are supported during a busy day’s work. One of our top picks for a non-clunky, ergonomic option is the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard.

If you’re looking to improve your gaming sessions, then a gaming keyboard is useful. Wireless gaming keyboards have low lag times, high battery life, and reliable connectivity. After all, you can’t afford to be slowed down while gaming, right? Many gaming keyboards also have RGB lights, which look cool in your gaming setup but may affect battery life. It’s worth checking out how the keyboard is laid out, too, to ensure it fits into how you play your games. A mechanical keyboard is a sweet spot here, too, with higher accuracy. We’re big fans of the Logitech G915, but any Logitech keyboard is pretty great.

And what about batteries for that wireless keyboard and mouse? You might want to check if your combo has an in-built rechargeable battery like the Logitech MX Keys 3, or if it uses disposable batteries, like most common budget keyboards on our list today.

Finally, if you simply need a light and compact wireless keyboard, then a portable keyboard is perfect. These are small devices that don’t offer many features, but they’re ideal if you want to use a wireless keyboard occasionally or hook it up to a mobile device. One of our best picks is the Arteck HB030B because it’s super thin and light, plus it even has backlighting if you want to use it in the dark.

How much should you pay for a wireless keyboard?

Wireless keyboards can be very affordable, especially if you are just out for something basic. You can pay as little as $20 from a reliable name like Philips or Microsoft. While these keyboards will not come with many bells and whistles, they get the job done for minimal outlay.

Spend all day everyday typing? You might want to look into getting a wireless mechanical keyboard. While these are undoubtedly more expensive, frequently rising above $100, their mechanical switches can provide a much more comfortable experience than the traditional rubber dome switch used by more affordable alternatives. After hours on end of typing, your fingers will thank you.

The other thing to consider is whether you want to use a keyboard with multiple devices. Some vendors offer devices that can switch between connected peripherals at the touch of a button, which is especially useful if you need to switch between typing on a computer and a tablet, for example. These keyboards can cost anywhere from $20 to $75 depending on whether you just need a compact option or a full layout with a number pad, how sturdy you need it to be, and more.

Are any wireless keyboard deals too good to be true?

Considering Cyber Week is one of the biggest sale events of the year, it should not be surprising that some deals are better than others. Many retailers use Cyber Week as an excuse to slap a big price cut on the old and outdated stock just to get rid of it. That means you need to be careful — read reviews and check the specs to make sure you are not buying an outdated device that doesn’t meet your needs.

The other thing you need to be aware of is the range of high-pressure tactics used by some retailers to strong-arm you into a rushed sale. Some use countdown timers or warnings that other customers are looking at the same product as you to ratchet up the pressure. Don’t panic — if a deal is not tempting or is not right for you, it doesn’t matter how many other people are looking at it. Take your time and go in armed with your research. It will make finding the perfect deal much more satisfying.

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