You haven’t had a lot of choice for compact keyboards nowadays — large numbers of them are mechanical keyboards focused on gamers and hobbyists, and Apple’s Magic Keyboard doesn’t bode well for non-Apple clients. Logitech may have a more viable option for certain individuals, nonetheless. It just presented a MX Keys Mini wireless keyboard that shrinks the original MX Keys design into a minuscule, moderate footprint.
The MX Keys Mini does exclude a number pad or different advantages from a full-size keyboard, however it preserve the “Amazing Stroke” system that joins non-mechanical switches with dished keys that can further develop your typing accuracy. There are even a few new functions you will not get in the bigger keyboard, including a dictation key for Macs and Windows PCs, a microphone mute toggle and an emoji key.
The Mini supports Android, ChromeOS, Linux, iOS and iPadOS using either Bluetooth or a USB receiver, with pairing for up to three gadgets. USB-C fast charging will help in the event that you need a few more hours of typing in a pinch.
The MX Keys Mini is accessible now for $100 in dark gray, pink and silver colors. That is not an immense drop from the $130 cost of the full MX Keys, however it’s comparable to the no-frills Magic Keyboard. It’s ostensibly a superior purchase on the off chance that you lean toward the ergonomics of Logitech’s keyboard, don’t care for the vibe of mechanicals or simply need a keyboard you can undoubtedly rearrange between platforms.