7 Best Wireless Keyboards for Smart TV

You probably already own a smart tv and are looking for the best wireless keyboard to help with easy navigation and control. We understand your plight; entering text on your standard remote control is a tedious process and you need a smart TV keyboard that can significantly improve your user experience.

Well, we’ve got your back! Having scoured the webspace, we have rounded up the best seven wireless keyboards, and we’re confident that (at least) one of them appeals to you.

Let’s get into it.

Best Wireless Keyboard for Smart TV

1. Logitech K400

The Logitech K400 is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a reasonably priced wireless keyboard with plenty of features. This wireless keyboard is elegant and thin, with plenty of room for all its keys.

A 3.5-inch touchpad with mouse buttons is located on the right side of the K400. You’ll have all of the same capabilities and functionality as a regular mouse with these buttons.

This keyboard is simple and basic to use. Above the touchpad are large buttons for your media, and the design is pleasant and welcoming. With a multi-gesture control touchpad, you can place your cursor wherever you want on the screen.

While the K400 uses disposable batteries, you won’t have to worry about replacing them for a long time. This keyboard is compatible with a wide range of smart TVs, making it a good choice for anyone whose screen lacks Bluetooth connectivity.

2. Arteck Wireless Keyboard

It is typically assumed that one has to pick between full-size keys for comfortable typing and lightweight on a keyboard. Arteck’s wireless device shows that you can have it all.

This device is ultra-lightweight, weighing only a pound but measuring 17 x 5 x 0.6 inches and containing full-size keys, arrow keys, a number pad, and shortcut keys.

When you turn the Arteck over, you’ll see a smooth, stainless steel surface with silicone non-slip patches to keep it in place while you type.

It can be used with a PC or laptop in addition to a smart TV. The gadget is connected via a 2.4GHz receiver, which you plug into the device’s port to begin navigating through your screen.

Arteck’s device is powered by a long-lasting lithium-ion rechargeable battery that can last up to 6 months on a single charge. This is based on the daily usage of roughly 2 hours.

Our main issue with this keyboard is that it lacks a palm rest and has no backlight, making it challenging to recognize keys in dim lighting.

3. Logitech Keyboard K600

While most TV viewers will be perfectly content with a standard remote, bringing a full-sized keyboard and trackpad into the living room has a certain nerdy appeal. Of course, this combination is preferable for typing search phrases and passwords.

Still, it also helps with online browsing on the big screen, makes home-theater PCs much more helpful, and allows you to employ extended shortcuts with media-center software like Kodi.

A little light on the keyboard will indicate that the proper shortcut keys have been mapped. LG WebOS TVs, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, macOS, ChromeOS, iOS, and Windows are currently supported by the K600.

The keyboard comes with a USB dongle for connecting to most devices wirelessly, and while you can connect the keyboard through Bluetooth, Logitech advises against it.

There are no Bluetooth connection guides in the package. However, here’s how to use Bluetooth: To start pairing, press and hold any of the three number buttons at the top of the K600 keyboard.

The K600 contains a row of navigation buttons on the left for everyday TV operations like home, back, menu, and search, as well as left- and right-mouse-click buttons, in addition to the standard QWERTY keyboard layout. On the right side, you will find a directional pad with a select button in the center and a circular trackpad that enables both tapping and clicking.

It’s powered by two AAA batteries that may keep your keyboard going for up to a year. You may sit up to 49 feet (15 meters) away from your TV, thanks to the impressive operating range.

One flaw we found is that the K600 doesn’t have a convenient method to use your thumbs to scroll through web pages or other long vertical menus. You can use the arrow keys or directional pad instead of a scroll wheel, but this is slower and doesn’t always function if you’re editing a text field.

4. Fosmon Lightweight Portable Mini Keyboard

The Fosmon Portable Lightweight Mini is a small keyboard that comes with built-in Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, allowing you to control any smart TV, streaming mobile device, tablet, or phone that supports the technology.

It also has a backlight and can be charged using USB, making it a must-have for any modern living room. The device is compact and light, weighing only 8 ounces and having a wireless range of approximately 33 feet.

While the touchpad was responsive and did its job, you may find that the slim form factor (no full keyboard) is too tiny for larger hands, especially when executing complex gestures.

This is the ideal small keyboard for operating Bluetooth-enabled devices like your phone, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, and most, if not all, Samsung Smart TVs.

5. Microsoft Wireless 900

The Microsoft Wireless 900 is a more traditional wireless keyboard for your smart TV. This full-featured keyboard includes a mouse/keyboard combo that provides all of a standard desktop mouse and keyboard arrangement capability.

The Wireless 900 Keyboard is an entry-level device that includes only the essential functionality you’d expect from a keyboard. The plastic device boasts quiet touch keys, USB plug-and-play capabilities, and two-year battery life on average.

Encryption is a unique feature of this keyboard that helps protect your information by encoding your keystrokes. This will give you some peace of mind if you’re worried that someone might try to sniff the communication line between your PC and your keyboard.

The mouse is about as basic as it gets, but it does the job for those wanting a quick fix. The mouse is precise and responsive; in other words, it works.

One thing to keep in mind, and it’s not a big concern, is that the USB receiver for the desktop is quite large. If you’re used to the micro USB wireless ports that come with other keyboards, you’ll notice that the one that comes with this keyboard is near twice as big.

The mouse is comfortable and responsive in your palm; there is no input latency. 

6. iPazzPort Wireless Bluetooth Mini Keyboard

The keyboard from iPazzPort is a small, portable device that you can carry in one hand. You can type as if you were on your phone. It has a distinct aesthetic appeal thanks to its sleek black and silver style. On the far right, there are a set of qwerty-style keys and a set of multi-media function keys.

Bluetooth is used to connect to the device in use, and you can use it with an Amazon Fire TV. A silicone sleeve that comes with the keyboard allows you to connect a Fire TV remote to it so you can quickly reach both.

If you’re like many people who prefer to watch movies with the lights turned off, the LED backlights used to illuminate the keys will come in handy so that you can type comfortably even in the dark.

Unlike other keyboards, which change their backlights based on the amount of light in the room, this one requires pressing the light bulb key to turn on and off.

The lack of what could be considered standard inclusions in bigger keyboards is a compromise with such a small design. There are no volume controls, no trackpad, and no cursor keys on this device.

7. Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard

The Rii 2.4GHz Mini Wireless Keyboard is compatible with many operating systems, including Android, Mac OS, Windows, Raspberry Pi, XBOX, and PlayStation. It’s suitable for a variety of devices. The keyboard is small, about the size of the remote control, and it comes in several attractive colors to match the look of your living room.

It also has good illumination, which makes using it at night a breeze. It can even be charged with a USB, making it even more user-friendly. It includes a tiny wireless QWERTY keyboard, TouchPad combo, and LED-backlit keys, as well as a USB interface adaptor.

Multi-finger functions are available on the touchPad combo: one finger clicks for the left mouse, two fingers click for the right mouse, and double finger drag as the rolling screen.

The brand says that the keyboard has a signal range of 33 meters, which equates to more than 100 feet, although you may find that number to be significantly lower in practice.

Final Thoughts

These keyboards are ideal for both work and entertainment, and you can use them from your sofa, chair, or anyplace else you sit. If you have a separate mouse, you’ll need a resting spot to keep the keyboard and mouse set together.

We hope you found this review informative. Also, check out our comprehensive guide to the best external speakers for smart TVs.

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