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Which wireless keyboard is suitable for Raspberry pi?

Now am using the zebronics wireless keyboard and mouse combo it is not working properly

Is Logitech MK220 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo compatible with raspbian jessie

  • I have been using Microsoft, Rappo, Logictech and other brands for a couple of years. I found Logitech most compatible with Rpi 1/2/3/4. For me Logitech has the best value for money. I have been using K520 for R[i3B and Rpi4B (stretch and buster) for a year so. I found everything OK, all default setting are good. I am also using K545 for Acer PC Win 10 but found it not so matching Rpi. I once used high grade Logitech for gamers, twice as expensive, but I don't find them worth my money (key too sensitive, key tops easy to fall off, ...) In short, cheap grade Logitech good for poor guys. – tlfong01 Sep 27 '19 at 10:13
  • I remember I once bought MK220, which is the cheapest I used. But I found the keys a bit heavy, so I replaced it with the MK5xx which is twice as expensive but good value for money. To conclude, MK220 is OK for casual users, MK5xx is for frequent users, and MK7xx for non professional gamers, .. – tlfong01 Sep 27 '19 at 14:11
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The eLinux Wiki lists USB keyboards that users have found to be compatible with the Pi. The MK220 is listed.

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