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Keyboards

Over the course of the day, many people type thousands of words onto a keyboard, whether it’s one physically built into a laptop or a standalone model. Alongside the mouse, they’re the most important peripherals for modern computers and have attracted a huge following of enthusiasts looking for the best typing experience. The Verge covers them all, from Apple’s latest wireless peripherals to clacky mechanical models with custom keycaps and switches designed by enthusiasts and sold through forums.

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Logitech’s latest keyboard and mouse are cute, colorful, and ready for TikTok

Logitech’s cutesy Pop Keys keyboard is annoyingly form over function

For the aesthetic

Brydge’s 11-inch Max Plus iPad keyboard is now available

Stack Overflow’s copy / paste keyboard is no joke

Razer’s latest productivity peripherals are focused on low noise and long battery life

You can now buy a keyboard that only copies and pastes

Logitech’s MX Keys Mini ditches the numpad for other useful keys

A more compact option that costs the same $99.99 price as the full-sized MX Keys

Razer Huntsman V2 review: no need for speed

Brydge updates wireless keyboard for the new Surface Pro 8

Razer says its new mechanical keyboards have ‘near-zero’ input latency

The Keychron Q1 is an enthusiast-quality keyboard right out of the box

A solid build and easy customization make the Q1 easy to recommend