Which company's keyboard is best for typing

Best keyboard for typing: 7 good keyboards for frequent typists

Whether in the home office during lockdown or in the office: If you sit at your computer a lot and type texts, you need a good keyboard for typing. The selection is huge, we are presenting a selection of suitable keyboards.

1. Logitech K780

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The flat keyboard from Logitech can be used flexibly. Image: © Logitech 2020

The Logitech K780 is a slim all-in-one keyboard with a number pad that works wirelessly with pretty much any type of computer and tablet. The visually appealing keyboard can be connected to a PC, laptop, Chromebook, Mac, iPad or Android tablet via Bluetooth or an included USB receiver.

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2. Logitech Craft

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The Logitech Craft is a keyboard for writing and working. Image: © Logitech 2020

The Logitech Craft is a deluxe keyboard for working that shines on the outside with a stylish aluminum bar. With the help of the Logitech Options software for Windows and Mac OS and the integrated rotary knob, special actions can be carried out depending on the program, such as increasing the font size of texts and changing the brightness. The intelligent background lighting is also noteworthy. It is activated whenever the user's hands approach the keyboard.

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3. Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO

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The stylish Roccat keyboard is actually intended for gamers. Image: © Roccat 2020

Roccat is a gaming supplier, but the Vulcan 120 AIMO is also popular with prolific writers. The mechanical keyboard with specially developed switches should ensure a particularly pleasant typing experience. The keyboard with anodized aluminum and AIMO backlight also looks good.

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4. Microsoft Surface Keyboard

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The Surface Keyboard doesn't just work with Surface devices. Image: © Microsoft 2020

The visually very reduced Microsoft Surface keyboard connects to the computer via Bluetooth, which also works with computers other than just Surface devices. In addition to high-quality workmanship with an aluminum finish, the manufacturer promises a very pleasant typing experience.

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5. Rapoo E9500M

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A cheap flat keyboard comes from Rapoo. Image: © Rapoo 2020

The inexpensive, flat and stylish E9500M keyboard from Rappo works wirelessly. It connects to the computer via Bluetooth or the 2.4 gigahertz network. A USB receiver is included in the scope of delivery. The keyboard with a stylish aluminum body has a scissor mechanism for short pressure paths.

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6. Microsoft Keyboard 600

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Das Keyboard 600 is a cheap, no-frills solution. Image: © Microsoft 2020

It doesn't always have to be expensive: If you are looking for a decent keyboard for typing without frills, you will find it with the Microsoft Keyboard 600. There is no key illumination or Bluetooth, but there is a full keyboard.

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7. Apple Magic Keyboard

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The Magic Keyboard from Apple is particularly well suited to Mac OS. Image: © Apple 2020

Apple users can of course also use most other keyboards without any problems. However, only the rather expensive Magic Keyboard is coordinated with the Mac OS operating system. It offers a stylish aluminum finish, lighting and a comfortable pressure point for the individual keys.

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