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  • 4.5 star rating

    Logitech Wireless Combo MK270

    4.5 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, USB, Wireless
    £17 Free Delivery
    Save up to £25*
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    Razer BlackWidow Chroma

    4.5 star rating
    Gaming, USB
    £129.97 Free Delivery
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    Logitech Wireless Combo MK330

    4 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, USB, Wireless
    £34.89 Free Delivery
    Save up to £214*
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    Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop

    4 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, USB, Wireless
    £78.59 Free Delivery
    Save up to 11%*
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    Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 3000

    3.5 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, USB, Wireless
    £12.99 Free Delivery
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    Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth

    4.5 star rating
    Tablet, Bluetooth, Wireless
    £29 Free Delivery
    Save up to 17%*
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    Corsair Strafe

    4.5 star rating
    £94.99 Free Delivery
    Save up to £30*
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    Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus

    4 star rating
    Keyboard, USB
    £25 Free Delivery
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    Microsoft Wireless Desktop 900

    4.5 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, USB, Wireless
    £44.97 Free Delivery
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    Logitech MK710 Wireless Desktop

    4 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, Bluetooth, Wireless
    £74 Free Delivery
    Save up to £93*
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    Logitech Wireless Solar K750

    4 star rating
    Keyboard, USB, Wireless
    £40 Free Delivery
    Save up to £42*
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    Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated

    4.5 star rating
    Keyboard, USB
    £79.99 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Razer Deathstalker

    4 star rating
    Gaming, USB
    £74.99 Free Delivery
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    Microsoft All-in-One Media

    4 star rating
    Tablet, USB, Wireless
    £29.99 Free Delivery
    Save up to 12%*
  • Logitech Wireless Combo MK620

    Keyboard/Mouse, Bluetooth, Wireless
    £74.99 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Logitech G610 Orion

    4 star rating
    Gaming, USB
    £89.99 Free Delivery
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    Logitech Wireless Combo MK520

    3.5 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, Bluetooth/USB, Wireless
    £53.96 Free Delivery
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    Lenovo Ultraslim Plus Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

    4 star rating
    Keyboard/Mouse, USB, Wireless
    £53 Free Delivery
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    Corsair K65 RGB

    4 star rating
    £159.96 Free Delivery
  • Logitech MK220 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

    The compact keyboard-and-mouse combo with all the standard keys, extended battery life and... more
    £17.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard

    This solar powered wireless keyboard from Logitech makes battery hassles a thing of the pa... more
    £64.99 Free Delivery
  • Apple MLA22B/A Magic Keyboard, British English

    Complete your sleek Apple iMac office setup by placing the Magic Keyboard on to your desk.... more
    £79 Free Delivery
  • Logitech K375s Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard

    Enjoy comfortable typing on your computer, smartphone and tablet – all from one full... more
    £28.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Logitech MK330 Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Deskset

    This Logitech MK330 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Desk set would make the perfect addition t... more
    £29.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Logitech Wireless Touch K400 Plus Keyboard

    Control your PC with ease, whether you're at a desk or on the couch with the Logitech Wire... more
    £34.95 (+ £3.50 P&P)

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Crowdstorm’s buyer’s guide to keyboards

Welcome to Crowdstorm’s page dedicated to comparing electronic keyboards. The humble QWERTY is often an overlooked component of a computer system, but after the display it’s the most important part.

A good keyboard offers a more comfortable way to type, not to mention added extras such as more advanced ergonomics, wireless capabilities and special keys to make whiling away the hours at the computer screen that little bit more bearable – both for work and pleasure.

If you’re a frequent laptop user, for example, a separate keyboard and mouse can decrease your risk of RSI and straining your wrists. It also helps to be able to put your laptop at eye level, with a keyboard at the height of your arms, to avoid straining your neck or hands.

And increasingly consumers are finding other reasons to grab a new keyboard: everything from connecting up their smallest screen (their mobile or table, perhaps via a WiFi keyboard) to their television (ever tried searching YouTube via your TV remote…?).

Keyboard design and ergonomics

Choosing the perfect keyboard style is purely down to personal preference. Perhaps you’d like a timelessly chic black or gunmetal grey, or maybe a statement pink or illuminated keyboard to liven up your workspace? Computer keyboards come in a huge array of colours, designs and finished so you’re guaranteed to find one to suit your style.

Check the ergonomics of your selected keyboard to make sure it’ll be a comfortable experience using it. The more ergonomically advanced the keyboard the better it’ll be for your health in the long run. Here are some features to look out for:

  • Curved shape
  • Split keyboard
  • Thin
  • Legs for rear of keyboard
  • Laptop-style keys
  • Cushioned rest for wrists
  • Key layout

Some manufacturers alter the layout of keys for design reasons, or for cross-platform compatibility, so check the layout of your shortlisted computer keyboards. If you’re a touch typist or don’t fancy a change from your old style keyboard, be sure to check the positioning of keys; particularly function keys.

Bear in mind most modern keyboards will be designed for use with both Macs and Windows PCs, meaning shortcut keys such as Mac command and option buttons are replaced by Windows keys. You’ll need to adjust your settings in your Mac preference pane to configure these keys.

PC keyboards features

While design and ergonomics are important, there’s a lot more to the modern keyboard nowadays – but not everyone cares about all the extra available bells and whistles. Here are some of the most common (and popular) keyboard extras you might want to consider:

  • Backlit keyboard: Brilliant for keen gamers, or those nocturnal souls who like to work at night, some keyboards have backlit keys that let you easily type in gloomy conditions.
  • Noise level: Is there anything more irritating for those around you than a computer with infuriatingly noisy keys? It may be worth investing in a more expensive keyboard to avoid that annoying tap-tap-tap of keys.
  • Solar panels: If you’re after a really fancy keyboard, and fancy saving energy in the process, these can make a real statement – while saving you a bit of battery life on your laptop!
  • iPad/iPhone/iPod docks: A keyboard with iPad docks allows you to, funnily enough, plug in your iPad and type directly onto it.
  • Touch pads: Touchpad keyboards are designed so that the user can ether use no mouse at all, or a pointing device. It’s easier on your wrists and using one can become second nature if you regularly use a laptop.
  • Programmable keys: Allows you to programme certain keys to perform actions.

What is a gaming keyboard?

These keyboards are designed specifically for gamers (you guessed that bit, right?) and tend to feature several of the features above as standard.

Programmable buttons and special macro keys are considered a must, adding an extra set of keys to the keyboard that can be programmed to react to specific in-game commands. LCD displays can be super useful for chat or showing what tune you’re playing, while backlit keys are a must for that immersive, dark room movie/game atmosphere.

Wireless keyboards

Wireless keyboards make a great alternative to the standard USB keyboard. They use Bluetooth or radio-frequency to connect up to your laptop or computer.

Keyboards with radio-frequency work using a dongle that plugs into your USB port to recognize your keyboard. RF keyboards can be used instantly and don’t need to be ‘set up’ as such. They also connect quicker and more efficiently on start up.

Bluetooth keyboards only work with laptops or computers with in-built Bluetooth (most modern models do). They’re a little fiddlier, requiring you to set up a Bluetooth connection between your keyboard and any computing device you wish to use it with. On the other hand they’re convenient, don’t take up a USB port and don’t need a separate dongle, like a radio-frequency keyboard.

What is a WiFi keyboard?

With Wi-Fi such a common commodity now, it’s no surprise some WiFi keyboards have hit the market. Largely used for connecting tablets, much like Bluetooth keyboards they have the advantage of not needing a USB port to connect them – simply find your device on your WiFi devices list (although you’ll usually need to connect via USB once to get them set up).

I’ve found the best keyboard: What do I do next?

Once you’ve found your perfect new keyboard, the next step is easy: simply click on the deal to be taken directly to the UK high street or online retailer of your choice.

Crowdstorm isn’t itself a retailer, but we have advertising deals in place with all the biggest and most trusted names in the business. This means you can compare all the deals here, while we don’t need to add any kind of commission to your purchase – so it’s win-win. Happy typing!