7 best wireless gaming keyboards in 2024, from budget to high end & more

7 best wireless gaming keyboards in 2024, from budget to high end & more
Images via Razer | Asus

Written by 

Kiera Mills

Last updated 

21st May 2024 16:55


If you're hunting for a sleek new wireless gaming keyboard to complete your setup, you're in the right place - as there a plenty of great options on the market, from budget-friendly to high-end showstoppers. 

Going wireless is advantageous for many reasons, with keeping your precious gaming desk space free of clutter being just one of them. Whether you prefer Razer or SteelSeries, there's a hardware choice for everyone, whether you're seeking RGB or ergonomic styles.

Editor Note:

Updated on May 22 to adjust prices and add the Redragon K556 PRO.

How we chose the best wireless gaming keyboard


For this list, I've considered a few different things to take into account, such as whether it's budget or high-end, RGB, TKL, ergonomic, and much more. Essentially, this means all the choices below should fit at least some of the criteria you have for a keyboard.

Image of some of the best wireless gaming keyboards
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Wireless gaming keyboards have come a long way in recent years, with some models boasting hours upon hours of battery life. They're a great option for space savers who need to ditch the cables in favour of something a little more slimline.

Best budget wireless gaming keyboard

Redragon K556 PRO TKL

the Redragon K556 PRO
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Image via Redragon

Key features:

  • Sturdy, aluminium casing
  • Extra noise dampening
  • RGB
  • Compact layout and easy to carry
  • Quiet+ Red Switches

For a budget option, the Redragon K556 PRO TKL is a fantastic choice on the cheaper side that will still suit all your hardcore gaming needs.

Built small by removing the number pad and sturdy with full aluminium casing, it's a robust little keyboard that's perfect to travel with. The Quiet+ Red Switches also deliver the tactile feedback you want from a keyboard, but with soft key clicks thanks to sound absorbing foam, so it should never get too loud.

It should also meet the needs of the more aesthetic gamers, with fully adjustable RGB lighting on each key that can be customised with the Redragon software. For a budget price, it's great entry level mechanical keyboard with a few nifty features to make it stand out.

Best high-end wireless gaming keyboard

Corsair K100 Air

The Corsair K100 Air keyboard
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Image via Corsair

Key features:

  • 50 hours of battery life (up to 200 with RGB and adaptive brightness)
  • Responsive 0.8mm actuation
  • Slimmer than most keyboards
  • Can switch between 5 wired devices
  • Roller button

The Corsair K100 Air is a great option if you have a larger budget to play with. The keyboard is one of the thinnest on the market, measuring in with a width of just 11mm at its slimmest point, perfect if you're looking for something sleek and slimline to take up less desk space.

Don’t let its compact design fool you though, the keyboard totes a great amount of power with a battery life of 50 hours, up to 200 without the RGB settings on.

Speaking of RGB, you can set up 20 different colour profiles and switch between layers to complement your gaming look.

The Corsair K100 Air also has a great response time with 0.8 mm actuation, powerful enough to use when playing RPGs and FPSs.

Best ergonomic wireless gaming keyboard

ASUS ROG Claymore II

The ASUS ROG Claymore II, one of the best wireless gaming keyboards
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Image via ASUS

Key features:

  • 43 hours battery life (144 hours with lighting off)
  • RGB display
  • 1ms key response time
  • Detachable numpad and wrist rest

The ASUS ROG Claymore II is built with versatility in mind. Not only does it feature a detachable wrist rest that covers the length of the keyboard, for people with additional needs, but it also has a detachable numpad.

The detachable numpad can be placed either left or right of the keyboard. This means you can choose the side you prefer and have easier access regardless of which dominant hand you use. The only downside to this as it may lock in awkwardly and cause wobble when in use.

The keyboard also totes RX Optical Mechanical Switches and customisable hotkeys with a 1ms response time and 100-million-keystroke lifespan promise.

Best swappable wireless gaming keyboard

LOFREE DOT Foundation

the LOFREE DOT Wireless gaming keyboard
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Image via LOFREE

Key features:

  • Mechanical keyboard with soft, bubble keys
  • Ability to go wired or wireless when needed
  • Subtle backlighting
  • Small, mobile size

If you're looking for a bit of paler colour to go with your gaming setup, the LOFREE DOT Foundation is a fantastic choice for a wireless keyboard (which our Evergreen Editor, Ava, has reviewed). It's a mechanical keyboard for starters, so expect the tactile feel when pressing keys and the beautiful clicky feedback sound.

One of the strongest parts of this keyboard is the design of the keys, which resemble soft bubbles, meaning it feels quite nice on your fingertips and won't leave you with that numbness that can come after hours of use.

Another useful feature is the ability to switch between being wired and wireless, which, combined with the small overall size, gives you a lot of options for being mobile or wiring it into your main set-up when needed.

Best RGB wireless gaming keyboard

SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL

The SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL keyboard
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Image via SteelSeries

Key features:

  • RGB lights
  • OLED display
  • Changeable switch sensitivity
  • Wired version available
  • 5-hour battery life

Used in competitive gaming, the SteelSeries Apex Pro TKL has magnetic OmniPoint 2.0 switches which can be adjusted to as little as 0.2mm, making it a great option when playing first-person shooters or anything that requires quick response times with the lightest of touches.

The keys can also be set to two different profiles, meaning they will offer a different response depending on how hard you press them. With this, you can set a light touch to walk and a more firm pressing of the key to indicate your character should run in a game.

The keyboard also comes with an OLED display screen in the upper corner, which displays information such as GPU stats, notifications and more.

Best wireless gaming keyboard for new hobbyists


image for the ASUS ROG Azoth wireless keyboard
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Image via ASUS

Key features:

  • Can connect via Bluetooth to three devices at once
  • 8mm actuation switches
  • Three different tilt positions for better ergonomics
  • MacOS support
  • Up to 2,000 hours of battery life
  • OLED display
  • Several RBG profiles

The ASUS ROG Azoth is a great option, especially if you want to dabble in keyboard customisation. All switches are swappable, and the keyboard has a built-in stabilizer with three layers of dampening foams to keep friction to a minimum – especially important if you’re a gamer.

Classed as a 75% gaming keyboard, the ASUS ROG Azoth comes with pre-lubed switches, so you don’t have to worry too much about customisation if you’re new to the hobby. If you did want to experiment, however, Asus also have a DIY switch lube kit, completely compatible and approachable for beginners.

What is the best wireless gaming keyboard in 2024?

Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro

The Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro, one of the best wireless gaming keyboards
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Image via Razer

Key features:

  • Multi-function roller button
  • Toggle between three devices via Bluetooth
  • 70-million-keystroke lifespan promise
  • RGB dynamic lighting
  • Ergonomic form factor
  • Up to 200 hours of battery life

Whilst it will come as no surprise that Razer has an entry on this list, the Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro in particular hits most, if not all the marks.

It has a whopping 200-hour battery life span, with continued use whilst charging. It also boasts a sleek design, built with a dynamic RGB backlight set-up and tough keycaps to eliminate fade over time.

The roller button can be mapped to control a variety of functions like volume control and brightness, to provide additional ease and customisability.

On top of this, the keyboard has an ergonomic form factor and a slim casing, made for long use in mind and maximum comfort.

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Kiera Mills
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Kiera Mills
Kiera is a former GGRecon Guides Writer.
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