Thanks to the highly responsive keys, I have always liked typing on MacBook Pro. However, I do keep a standalone full-size keyboard to ensure I have more comfort while typing. There are certain qualities like compact design, strong build-up, and smooth keys that I never compromise with while buying a wireless keyboard. And primarily based on those special qualities, these are the best Wireless keyboards for MacBook Pro.
- Apple Magic Keyboard
- Macally wireless solar keyboard for MacBook
- Satechi Bluetooth wireless smart keyboard
- Arteck wireless keyboard for MacBook
- Logitech K750 wireless solar keyboard for MacBook
- Anker ultra compact Bluetooth keyboard for MacBook
- Macally backlit mechanical keyboard for MacBook
- iClever Bluetooth keyboard
- Jelly Comb Bluetooth keyboard for MacBook Pro
- FENIFOX wireless keyboard and mouse for MacBook
1. Apple Magic Keyboard
If your quest for the best MacBook Pro keyboards is not chained by a certain price point, I would recommend you to give serious consideration to Apple Magic Keyboard. It comes with a scissor mechanism underneath each key which not just enhances stability but also plays a vital role in accelerating typing speed.
While the low-profile design may not please those who have a liking for a fancy design, I find the appearance good enough to fit into professional environments. And with the addition of a numeric keypad, it’s fully equipped to handle spreadsheets and finance applications.
Don’t need the numeric keypad? No problem, Apple Magic Keyboard also comes without it.
- Professional-looking design
- Scissor mechanism underneath each key
- Works seamlessly with macOS
- The design should be a bit more ergonomic
- Lacks a feet
- Top-tear pricing
2. Macally wireless solar keyboard for MacBook
Featuring a full-size ergonomic layout, this offering from Macally is one of the best Mac keyboards in the market. As the keyboard is solar-powered, you have the convenience to charge it up using your room’s light source. When fully charged (600mAh battery), the keyboard lasts up to 150 hours.
Another department where Macally MacBook Pro has an edge over rivals is the fast connection, making sure you can pair the keyboard with your Mac without any hassle. Thanks to the 10° tilt with non-slip grips, you will feel comfortable while typing.
And with the tactile keycaps, it separates your keystrokes to speed up typing. Not to mention the 21 Mac keyboard shortcuts that can help you enhance your productivity.
- 10° tilt with non-slip grips
- Tactile keycaps
- Fast connection
- The traditional design might not appeal to everyone
- The battery takes a bit longer to charge
3. Satechi Bluetooth wireless smart keyboard
With just 0.7 inches thickness, Satechi Wireless keyboard showcases an ultra-slim design. Being so lightweight and compact, you can easily carry it in your bag. It comes with whisper-quiet keys to ensure you have the essential peace of mind while typing.
It has auto-sleep functionality that extends battery life. Using multi-media keys, you will be able to control media as desired. Thanks mainly to the strong build-up; the keyboard is very durable and fully capable of surviving drops.
- Switch between up to 4 connected devices
- Auto-sleep function
- Long battery life
- Low profile design
- May face connection issues at times
- Price seems a little over the top
4. Arteck wireless keyboard for MacBook
Arteck Bluetooth keyboard is what you would need to augment your typing experience. What makes this keyboard a real deal is the highly responsive keys. With the much-required tactile feedback, you will enjoy typing on this keyboard.
It has an attractive LED backlight featuring a couple of adjustable levels that ensure you are able to carry out your work even in dimly-lit environments. Constructed with top-quality zinc alloy material with a brushed finish, the MacBook Pro keyboard is very solid. Its battery lasts up to 6 months in regular use; once fully charged. Furthermore, there are seven different colors to choose from.
- 7 backlight color
- Wide compatibility
- 6-month battery life
- It flexes a bit too much
- The keys should have a little amount of travel
5. Logitech K750 wireless solar keyboard for MacBook
If you are looking for a full-sized keyboard that can provide a fast typing experience, the Logitech Bluetooth keyboard is the one you should give serious consideration. Made with top-quality material, the wireless keyboard has a solid design. The concave key cap design offers the necessary tactile feedback.
Once it’s fully charged up, it’s able to last up to three months. As the keyboard is lightweight, you won’t have any difficulty in carrying it. Lastly, the Bluetooth keyboard comes in two color options – black and silver.
- Slim form factor
- Concave keycap design
- A touch expensive
6. Anker ultra compact Bluetooth keyboard for MacBook
Should you want to get a reasonably good MacBook Pro keyboard for around $20, the Anker Ultra Compact keyboard should be a better pick. Despite being priced way less than many of its counterparts, this keyboard has covered most of the basics.
For starters, the keyboard is universally compatible. That means you can use it with not only your Mac but also iOS, Windows, and even Android devices. Aside from wide compatibility, it also features low-profile keys so that you will have a smooth-sailing and quieter typing experience.
Even in terms of battery life, the Anker keyboard is up to the mark as it can last up to 2 months (as per 2 hours of use each day).
- Universal compatibility
- Low profile keys
- Decent battery life
- At times, the keyboard may automatically disconnect from the computer
- The keys also feel a tad sluggish some times
7. Macally backlit mechanical keyboard for MacBook
For those looking for a fully-featured mechanical keyboard, this one appears to be a better pick. What has caught my eyes in this keyboard is the ergonomic form-factor courtesy of the sloped design and the well-spaced keys which make typing a breeze. Add to that the tactile feedback and it feels up to the mark for a professional typing experience.
The 16 shortcut keys may seem less as compared to the number of shortcut keys offered in other keyboards, but you may not have many complaints. Times when you are dealing with dark environments, the backlit keys can come in handy, allowing you to go about your job without any pain.
Though the USB connection may seem a bit outdated, it will save you from the pain of charging the keyboard frequently or encountering sudden disconnection.
- Fully-featured mechanical keyboard
- Well-spaced keys
- Ergonomic design improves typing experience
- Only 16 shortcut keys
8. iClever Bluetooth keyboard
Though iClever may not be a fully-featured macOS keyboard, it is more than good enough to offer a reliable typing experience. Made of stainless steel and ABS material, it’s quite durable. Even on the ergonomic front, the keyboard looks efficient with the presence of feet that keep the keyboard at a convenient slope.
Not just that the multi-device connection allows you to switch between three devices without any hiccups. As it automatically connects to previously connected devices, you can get started with your typing session without having to go through the pairing process again.
Talking about battery life, the company says that the keyboard can last up to 90 hours, which is decent if not great.
- Multi-device connection
- Automatically connects to previously connected devices
- Durable construction
- The keys may not feel up to the mark for those who want a good amount of travel while typing
- Takes a bit of time to wake on some occasions
9. FENIFOX wireless keyboard and mouse for MacBook
Well, let me make it crystal clear right at the beginning! I have chosen this combo pack especially for the folks who are on the lookout for a fairly good deal that can deliver both a reliable keyboard and mouse solution. If that’s you, FENIFOX might just be the one that you had been waiting for.
As for the specs, the keyboard offers a couple of slope selection options. That means you have the flexibility to fine-tune the typing angle depending on your convenience. Even in terms of typing speed, it’s not bad either.
Add to that the wide compatibility along with the support for several keyboard shortcuts and I don’t think you have much room to complain.
- Combo pack: fairly decent keyboard and mouse
- Support for multiple platforms including macOS, Windows, and Linux
- A couple of slope selection options
- Doesn’t offer the fastest connection
Which one of these Bluetooth keyboards are going to pair with your MacBook Pro? I would be extremely glad to know the name of your favorite keyboard. As a user, what are the qualities you like to see in a wireless keyboard? Do let your views reach us.
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