I’ve tried just about every Mac keyboard over the last 25 years — searching for the best combination of features and feel for touch typing. After only two days of use, I know I’ve found the best so far: Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 for Mac.
Here’s what I like about it:
- The keys are slightly concave where your fingertips rest. They feel great to the touch.
- Keystrokes have the right amount of downstroke depth.
- There’s a bit of resistance on the downstroke before they snap to register a keystroke, providing excellent tactile feedback.
- The spacebar downstroke is consistent across its entire width — which I’ve found is not always the case with all keyboards.
- The keys provide just a bit of audible feedback to let you know you’ve typed something, yet they’re not noisy at all.
- Keyboard layout is full-sized, with sufficient space between each key.
- It’s designed and labeled for a Mac, not a Windows machine. This is not mandatory for me, but it just looks right!
- It’s thin, lightweight and wireless.
- No batteries are needed because it’s solar powered. But the “solar” part is a bit of a misnomer. You don’t need to put it near a window facing the sun — ambient room or desk lighting is more than sufficient to keep it fully charged.