Best Wireless Keyboards and Mouse

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By Vijay Singh Khatri

The list below contains a selection of the best wireless keyboards and mice available in 2021. There are also some combos available, as well as a single wireless mouse and keyboard option.

Best Wireless Keyboards and Mouse

1. Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050

Starting our list, we have a not so gamey looking pair of mice and a keyboard. The Microsoft Wireless comfort 5050 is made for professionals who don’t want RGB but still crave wireless freedom. Both the components have an ergonomic fit, and they support all the versions of Windows.

When it comes to typing and keypress response time, the keyboard in this bundle is among the best. Thus, you can easily spend hours typing on this keyboard without feeling any fatigue and pain in your fingers. The mouse, on the other hand, has its own story to tell, it’s grip might not seem sturdy at first, but once your hands get used to it, this mouse will offer great support for the keyboard, and you can have long, comfortable hours of working sessions in addition to this precise tracking.

Furthermore, you are also getting the battery indicator on the keyboard to let you know how much battery charge is available for you to use, and there are extra function keys that are present on the top of the common function keys. With this keyboard, you can zoom in and out of the screen—dedicated buttons for volume up, down and mute. With one press of a button on the keyboard, you can lock your system. The initial price of this combo is around $69. But you can easily get them at a discount for up to $50.

2. Logitech MK45

When you think about Logitech, the first thing that comes to your mind is a great gaming mouse. Well, yes, the company is exceptionally known for providing gaming gear to enthusiasts and other people alike. But when it comes to showcasing their skills in creating such a flashy keyboard and mouse, they can easily outdo their competitors with their finished product. One of the great combos of wireless keyboards and mouse from Logitech is the MK45 line-up.

When you start using this keyboard and mouse combo, you will find how easy your workflow becomes seamless. The full-size keyboard has all the essential buttons and function keys that you need to be more productive. Moreover, it comes with a palm rest, so goodbye to the pain in your palms due to long hours of working. In addition to this, with the installation of a palm rest on the keyboard, you will also gain support for your fingers, which results in a decrease in wrist strain while typing.

It has a button to turn on and off both components, as well as a USB receiver that connects the keyboard and mouse to the computer. The wireless connection operates at 2.4GHz. When we worked with the mouse, we discovered that it was designed to fit comfortably in your palm and provide adequate support. For the MK45, there is only one colour option: black. It is an excellent product for professionals who require a reliable keyboard and mouse combination.

3. Dell Km117 Wireless Mouse & Keyboard Combo

If you are feeling nostalgic and want something which reminds you of your school computer lab lectures, then Dell Km117 is the product for you. This mouse and keyboard combo is one of the best options if you are looking for a sleek combo that doesn’t stand out from the decor of your office. Both the keyboard and mouse have a design that is also available in a wired setup. The silver accent on the keyboard gives it quite a premium finish. The wireless connection is powered by a 2.4Ghz receiver, so each stroke on the keyboard will be recorded on the computer at the exact same time.

The optical mouse which comes with the bundle gives you fast-tracking along with accuracy. Also, there are side buttons present on the mouse, which makes it possible for you to scroll left and right of the page. The simple and yet sturdy design of this combo will last long and, without a doubt, look great wherever you place it in your office.

4. Lenovo 100

Lenovo might sound like an unfamiliar brand when it comes to developing a great mouse and keyboard, but we are sure the Lenovo 100 wireless keyboard and mouse combo will change your mind. One of the most highlighted features of this combo is the 1000Dpi precision of the wireless mouse. This makes the clicks on the mouse lightning fast. On the other hand, speaking of the keyboard, it offers users a full-scale keyboard layout but in quite a slim body, which makes it lightweight and easy to carry around if needed.

When you press the key on the keyboard, you will get to hear one of the best sounds on the keyboard, which makes the typing experience soothing and comfortable for long working hours. The key noise is deep, which is something hard to find in keyboards in this price range. When we combine such an incredible keyboard with a wireless mouse, we get a steal of a deal; it sounds impossible to have, but Lenovo is offering it to their customers.

5. Logitech MK270 Wireless Combo

This combo of mouse and keyboard is perfect for workspaces and for offices. It does come with a nano receiver, but you can easily connect it with your computer using the Logitech plug. Moreover, all you need to do is plug in the receiver and start using these peripherals. There is no lengthy installation required. The 2.4 GHz wireless connection makes sure that you don’t have to encounter any disturbance in the connection, and all the keystrokes will be registered successfully on your computer.

Furthermore, because the keyboard and mouse have a wireless range of 10 meters, you can use them on your TV projection. We discovered something during our usage that may surprise you: you don’t need to change the batteries for a long time if you don’t use them for more than 4 hours per day; the batteries can easily last you about six months. There are eight shortcut keys that are easily programable and can be used in a variety of applications. Because there is no on/off switch in this combo when you turn off the computer, both the keyboard and mouse will turn off if they do not receive a signal from the receiver. All the latest versions of Windows will work with this device combo without a problem, and the company will also provide an update to the firmware once the Windows 11 operating system launches.

6. HP Multimedia Slim Wireless Combo

Now, this is the first keyboard and mouse combo which actually works with both Mac Os and Windows operating systems. This is a great combo for those people who are looking for amazing built quality while still keeping the weight light and the body of the product slim. The keyboard and mouse combo has a brushed metal finish. In terms of connectivity, you can type and move the cursor even from 10 meters apart from the receiver. So yeah, connectivity is the last thing you should be concerned about in this combo. The keyboard has a full-scale layout with the addition of some extra function keys along with eight hotkeys. The keyboard legends are ultra-durable as they are printed using UV-ink laser technology.

Besides all these features, one of the key benefits of using this HP wireless combo is that you will be able to change the DPI switch from 800 to 1600. Sure, the customization isn’t massive, but it’s a welcome feature, and we appreciate it. Lastly, the mouse has a sealed membrane that makes sure that no water and dust gets to the internal equipment.

7. Dell Premier Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard And Mouse

When it comes to showing off the elegance of minimalist design, this keyboard and mouse combo will be first on the podium. When you use these two peripherals for the first time, you are surely going to have a smile on your face due to how awesome they feel when you put your hands on them. The keyboard has a full 109 key layout, which comes with an additional 12 programmable function keys. The scissor switches that are present on this keyboard allow the user to type accurately at a much higher speed. The one thing which is a downside for the scissor keys is that they are whisper quiet, so you won’t be getting the feedback that you are looking for in a full-scale keyboard.

The Titan grey finish on the keyboard perfectly compliments the colour scheme of the mouse. Also, now is a good time to talk about the mouse. This particular mouse, which comes with the combo, has seven buttons on it. Yes, there are seven buttons, out of which five are programmable. Furthermore, you can even change the DPI of the mouse according to your needs and set the DPI profile. The DPI range is 1000 to 4000, which is sensitive enough for almost everyone.

The dongle which is provided by the company easily transfers the signal of both keyboard and mouse to the computer without any delays. The mouse requires a single AA battery, while the keyboard needs 2 AAA batteries for the power. All these batteries are available in the box and come with a life expectancy of 36 months. The combo can work on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz wireless connections.

The fact that this premium wireless combo has 128 bit AES security layers is one of its best features. This protects all of your keystrokes and only sends them to your system-connected dongle. Finally, you can use this single mouse and keyboard combination to work on multiple devices at the same time. With a single click of the button, you can switch between the three devices, and the peripherals will switch to the other computer.

8. Corsair Wireless Gaming Bundle

Till now, we have provided you with the wireless bundles that are made for professionals and the ones that have a minimalist approach in the first place, as they want to blend in with the decor of the office. But now it’s time to bring a wireless mouse and keyboard connection for our readers who love to play games on their computer.

We know gaming and wireless peripherals don’t go hand in hand. Because you don’t want latency in the shot, but with Corsair, all your keystrokes will be instant, and you don’t have to worry about not getting the headshot on time. For gamers, Corsair has brought the full RGB experience to both the keyboard and mouse. The keyboard has multiple RGB zones, so you can have the full rainbow effect or can select the backlighting for the specific zone.

Likewise, you are also getting six programmable macro keys for your custom shortcuts. These macro keys can be used in streaming and provide you with better recording abilities when you are playing a video game. The company is providing users with a palm rest, which is detachable. The mouse has DPI settings, and you can customize it according to your requirements. Also, its battery can run up to 60 hours of intense gaming sessions. Lastly, in the mouse, Corsair has left six programmable buttons for you to customize.

9. AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard And Mouse

This is a simple wireless keyboard and mouse with solid build quality and a 2.4 GHz wireless connection. The keyboard has a full-scale keyboard layout with the numeric keypad on the right, which is common in almost every keyboard on the market. The mouse in this combo is far superior to the keyboard experience we have because of its rubber grip, which provides a bit of extra comfort.

Another advantage of this setup is that you don’t need to install any drivers to get these two peripherals to work. They operate using a simple plug-and-play method. It’s an excellent product for use at home, the office, and other places where you don’t want to get wet.

10. Logitech MX900 Performance

Now we have started our list with one of the best wireless combos from Logitech, and we are ending this list with the same company for a reason. The Logitech MX900 is nowhere near a simple-looking combo of mouse and keyboard. It has taken all the good things that were offered in MK850 and amped those features up to a notch. It has a backlit keyboard which you can turn off or adjust the brightness to save up the battery. On the other hand, the MX mouse offered in the bundle is rechargeable with Type C charging, so even your mobile charger can be used to charge it up. There are some keyboard features of the MK850 that we liked but were not able to find in the MX900.

In terms of build quality, you are getting the best of the best while still keeping the weight of the combo to a bare minimum. But we do expect all the good and quirky features of the MX900 to be present because of its cost, which is a whopping $179.99. With this combo, we are asking you to spend twice as much as the one just above it, but if money is not the problem, then MX900 will be the choice for you in any way possible. One thing we are missing in this combo is the ability to connect with multiple devices at once, which is a pretty common feature that you will find in this price range.

Wrapping Up

So these are some of the best wireless keyboard and mouse combos that will get the job done and provide you with the tangle-free operation. All of these mouse and keyboard combos work exceptionally well when you place them with the same company’s peripherals. On the other hand, you can mix and match the keyboard with another set’s mouse if you want to. But we would suggest keeping the same brand for the best results.

Our best pick would be Logitech’s MK45, which is without a doubt the best option for professional and light users. It doesn’t cost a fortune, and you can easily set it up according to your liking. Also, it comes with a palm rest, which allows the typing experience to be better for longer hours.

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