Best Wireless Mechanical Keyboards in India 2022

Its wireless keyboard time!

There was a time when people did not trust wireless keyboards for gaming but that time is gone now. Wireless mechanical keyboards are as good as wired ones and they do offer certain advantages, especially for typists, productivity users or even casual gamers.

Wireless keyboards make your setup less ugly, you don’t have to deal with tons of cables and you can easily carry it around if you need to.

If you are looking for some best wireless mechanical keyboards in India, here is a list to help you pick the best one.

The list will be divided based on the form factor since that is one of the biggest factors one looks for in a wireless keyboard.

Best Full-Sized Wireless Mechanical Keyboards

Keychron K4 V2

Keychron K4 is a compact full sized keybaord under 10000
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₹8499 – ₹9299

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Gateron Red/Brown/Blue
  • Keyboard layout: 96% (100 keys compact full-size)
  • Keycap Type: ABS Double Shot
  • Connectivity: Wired (Detachable Type-C)/Wireless
  • RGB: Yes
  • Hot-swappable: Yes
  • Great sounding keyboard
  • Optimised for macOS too
  • Hot-swappable
  • No software customisation
  • Average Battery Life

Yantragyan Take – Keychron makes one of the best wireless keyboards you can get in India. The full-sized version of Keychron, K4 is a 96% compact full-sized keyboard that is equipped with Gateron Red/Blue/Brown switches.

The Keychron K4 is a great sounding keyboard with a decent 4000mAh battery. The battery will last you around 10-12 days with RGB off but with RGB on, you can expect around 6-8 days of battery life.

Even though it is a full-sized keyboard, it is really compact and offers good portability. Overall, a great value full-sized keyboard which is portable, lightweight and has decent battery life.

Razer Blackwidow v3 Pro

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Razer Green/Yellow
  • Keyboard layout: 100%
  • Keycap Type: ABS Double Shot
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • RGB: Yes
  • Hot-swappable: Yes
  • Low latency
  • Hybrid onboard storage – up to 5 profiles
  • Great build quality
  • Great software
  • Included Wristrest
  • Expensive
  • Bulky keyboard

Yantragyan Take – Razer Blackwidow V3 Pro is a rather expensive keyboard but it might be worth it if you need a wireless gaming keyboard. It has absolutely low latency even for competitive gaming and its yellow switches are smooth and linear.

Green switches are clicky switches which feel pleasant for typing and aren’t too loud. The build quality is great but it might be too big and bulky for it to be portable.

Overall, a great wireless gaming keyboard albeit a little expensive.

Logitech G613

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Romer-G Linear switches
  • Keyboard layout: 100%
  • Keycap Type: ABS Double Shot
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • RGB: Yes
  • Hot-swappable: Yes
  • 6 Programmable Macros
  • Good battery life
  • Good RGB and software customisation
  • Romer-G switches

Yantragyan Take – Logitech G613 is a budget mechanical wireless keyboard with RGB and Programmable macros customisation. It is a good budget wireless full-sized keyboard but it is only brought down by its Romer-G switches.

It is not bad by any means, it’s just difficult to mod or customise the keyboard if you want to since they are not standard switches.

Battery life is great and it uses linear switches for silent typing and better gaming performance. Overall, a good budget wireless keyboard in a full-sized form factor.

Best 65% Wireless Mechanical Keyboards

Redragon K599

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Outemu Red
  • Keyboard layout: 65% – 81keys
  • Keycap Type: ABS
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • RGB: Yes (No software customisation)
  • Hot-swappable: Yes
  • Great build quality
  • Solid colours along with RGB
  • Good quality keycaps with large clear fonts
  • Hot-Swappable
  • Lack of tactile or clicky switches as an option

Yantragyan Take – It is a wireless 65% keyboard where you don’t have to struggle with the lack of dedicated arrow keys and is almost as compact as a 60% keyboard. It features Outemu red switches (linear feedback) that are great for fast typing and works great for gaming too.

The build quality is great with a metal base and subtle textured finish. The keycaps are well-designed are large enough and per-key RGB illumination is great. Plus, you can mod the keyboard if you want since it is hot-swappable.

This keyboard is easily the best value wireless 65% mechanical keyboard in India.

Keychron K6

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₹8399 – ₹9699

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Gateron Red/Brown/Blue
  • Keyboard layout: 65% (68 keys)
  • Keycap Type: ABS Double Shot
  • Connectivity: Wired (Detachable Type-C)/ Wireless
  • RGB: Yes
  • Hot-swappable: Yes
  • Great sounding keyboard
  • Optimised for macOS too
  • Hot-swappable
  • No software customisation
  • Average Battery Life

Yantragyan Take – Another Keychron keyboard makes the list with Keychron K6. It is a 65% compact keyboard making it really great for portability. It is not too heavy and it is ergonomic which improves the typing experience.

The Keychron K6 is a great sounding keyboard with a decent 4000mAh battery. The battery will last you around 10-12 days with RGB off but with RGB on, you can expect around 6-8 days of battery life.

Overall, an all-rounder keyboard perfect for fast typing and casual, semi-pro gaming. The keyboard is wireless, hot-swappable, and compact.

Razer Blackwidow v3 Mini Hyperspeed

Razer Blackwidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed is a compact 65 wirless mechanical keyboard meant for gaming
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₹13,629 – ₹15,269

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Razer Green/Yellow
  • Keyboard layout: 65%
  • Keycap Type: ABS Double Shot
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • RGB: Yes
  • Hot-swappable: Yes
  • Low latency
  • Hybrid onboard storage – up to 5 profiles
  • Great build quality
  • Great software
  • Expensive
  • Bulky keyboard

Yantragyan Take – Razer Blackwidow V3 Mini Hypersped is a 65% version of the earlier listed Pro version. It has the same low latency performance and you choose between Green and Yellow switches.

Green switches are clicky switches which feel pleasant for typing and aren’t too loud. The Yellow switches are silent and have low actuation force making them ideal for gaming. Its smaller form factor and lack of wrist-rest make it good for portability.

Overall, a good wireless 65% mechanical keyboard for gaming.

Best 60% Wireless Mechanical Keyboards

Zebronics Zeb Max Ninja

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Outemu Blue
  • Keyboard layout: 60% – 61 keys
  • Keycap Type: PBT
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • RGB: Yes (No software customisation)
  • Hot-swappable: No
  • Compact
  • Side printed letters for extra functions
  • Good build quality and typing experience
  • Not hot-swappable

Yantragyan Take – ZEB Max Ninja is a wireless 60% keyboard which supports wireless mode with Bluetooth v4.0 and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. It doesn’t have any latency issues although it is slightly higher than a top-end gaming keyboard.

The build quality is good weighing about 600 grams. ZEB Max Ninja comes with Outemu Blue switches for a clicky experience. It features PBT keycaps which are better than ABS in terms of durability and overall quality.

Overall, a great choice for someone who wants a small and good looking keyboard without cluttering the space.

Redragon K530

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Outemu Brown
  • Keyboard layout: 60% – 61 keys
  • Keycap Type: PBT
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • RGB: Yes (No software customisation)
  • Hot-swappable: No
  • Compact
  • Side printed letters for extra functions
  • Good build quality and typing experience
  • Not hot-swappable

Yantragyan Take – Redragon Draconic K530 is a 60% compact keyboard with 61 keys and brown switches. Coming at just below ₹5000, the keyboard is well-built and extremely compact.

It supports both wired and wireless Bluetooth mode to connect to the computer but, is spotted to have some issues with its Bluetooth connectivity. You can switch from wired to wireless mode with a mode switch on the side for up to 3 devices.

Equipped with brown switches, you will experience tactile feedback (not clicky) with silent operation. The keyboard is hot-swappable in case you want to play around with the keyboard and change the switches. The keycaps are good enough and the area is large enough to avoid double clicks.

Overall, it is the best value 60% wireless mechanical keyboard in India.

Anne Pro 2

Quick Specs

  • Switches: Gateron Blue/Brown/Red
  • Keyboard layout: 60% – 61 keys
  • Keycap Type: PBT
  • Connectivity: Wireless
  • RGB: Yes (No software customisation)
  • Hot-swappable: Yes
  • Compact
  • Side printed letters for extra functions
  • Good build quality and typing experience
  • Ergonomics are not great
  • Sub-par battery life

Yantragyan Take – Anne Pro 2 is a great keyboard for typing or even casual gaming. It is a very compact 60% keyboard but you can expand its functions with Magic Function. Side-printed letters help in making use of the keyboard at full potential.

Build quality, software and typing experience is great on this keyboard. You can choose between Gateron Blue, Brown or Red switches according to your preferences. Typing is relatively silent even with blue switches.

It has fairly high latency in wireless mode but it won’t be noticeable if you are causal gaming. It is not the greatest keyboard but it still is a good value keyboard at this price. Ergonomics is a bit underwhelming as it provides no retractable stands or a wrist-rest.

Overall, a good keyboard for typing that is extremely portable and minimalistic.

Conclusion

Objectively speaking, there aren’t too many choices for wireless mechanical keyboards compared to wired ones. This is especially true at higher price points. Nonetheless, there are some good options and you can find all of them on this list.

Consider your primary preferences before choosing your keyboard. If you are looking for carrying around your keyboard for LAN parties or to your office, getting a compact 65% or 60% keyboard makes more sense.

If you want it for gaming, you will have to shell out a bit more and get a keyboard with gaming specs like Razer Blackwidow.

Figure out your primary use cases, switches preferences and make a decision based on that. If you are looking for keyboards under budget, check out this article for the best mechanical keyboards under 10000.