8 Keyboards That Will Actually Look Nice in Your WFH Space

updated Sep 28, 2020
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Working from home is the new normal for many people, and it’s a trend that’s sticking around for longer than originally anticipated. There’s been a mad dash to find desks and chairs, and while those are indeed major essentials, they’re not the only items you need for your home office. The humble computer keyboard is also important, especially since you probably haven’t given it much thought before. Working eight hours a day, you need something that is practical and comfortable—and there’s no reason why it can’t be stylish, too. We rounded up eight options that check all the boxes to really elevate your WFH space.

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What’s not to love about this keyboard? It has a minimalist design, can be used with computers, tablets, and phones, and it costs less than $40. It's also wireless and slim enough to stuff in your backpack and take wherever you’re going, so it's super convenient on the go. You're in luck if pink is your favorite color, but don't worry if it's not, since it's also available in an off-white version.

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Is there really any other choice for Apple devotees than the Apple Magic Keyboard? It's expensive, but honestly worth the price—the sleek, low-profile design looks good on your desk without taking up a lot of space, and it's wireless for ultimate functionality. It can also be used for Windows computers, but take note that not all of the keys are the same.

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Add some glamour to your WFH setup without breaking the bank. This inexpensive compact keyboard provides an elegant gold backdrop for the white keys, but you can also choose a silver version with white keys or a black-on-black option. You don’t have to fuss with cords since it’s wireless, and the compact style won’t take up much space. Plus, if you like to drink coffee, tea, or other beverages while you work, there’s no need to worry about spills, since it's also waterproof.

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Gamers will enjoy this keyboard that can be used for work and play—and even if you're looking for something strictly for work, this one fits the bill. It features fully programmable keys and rainbow backlighting, plus mid-height (as opposed to full height) keycaps that allow you to type faster without missing a stroke.

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Color-code your devices with this matching keyboard and mouse set from Amazon. Although the design is compact, the keyboard has a full-size layout, and since it’s wireless there are no messy cords coming from the keyboard or the mouse. And if you hate the sound of loud keys, this keyboard is for you since it’s whisper quiet. In addition to this pretty purple color, it's also available in blue.

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If you love the sleek look of the Apple Magic Keyboard but not the price (we don't blame you!), consider this more budget-friendly option found at Walmart. The full-size keyboard is wireless up to 33 feet, and has a convenient off/on switch to preserve the battery. It can also sync with up to four devices, which means you can use the keyboard with PCs and various Mac devices.

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If you’re editing videos or music from home, or you just like to be large and in charge of your audio, the Das Keyboard has dedicated media controls and quick access to play or pause songs and adjust volume. It’s a wired, mechanical keyboard with laser-etched keycaps, designed to make typing quick and easy. And if that’s not enough, there are 2 USB ports in the back, making it convenient to transfer files and connect devices.

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Create a vintage vibe in your home office with the Azio Retro Keyboard. The round keycaps look, feel, and actually sound like a classic typewriter, but they’re backlit so you can actually see what you’re typing in dim light. The keyboard is a combination of a genuine walnut wood and a chrome satin finish (hence the higher price). Another cool feature is the ability to adjust the height by simply twisting the feet on the back side.