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Best Keyboards for PlayStation 4

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So, you want a keyboard to use with your PlayStation 4. If you want to use it with games, you should know that most only support them for sending messages to other players in-game, not for an alternative controller. Because of this, you don't need to go all-out on a fancy keyboard. A compact keyboard can sit next to you on the couch while you play games and is just as easy to pull into your lap for a quick message. 

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Jelly Comb Foldable Keyboard

Mousepad and keyboard

This Jelly Comb is reliable, compact, and comes with a touchscreen mouse! Since it folds up, this keyboard is also easy to store out of the way when you aren't using it and it's easy to travel with. Don't waste your time with a bulky keyboard, grab this easy-to-store option.

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If you're looking for a simple, wireless, compact keyboard that works and doesn't cost an arm and a leg, you might want to consider this one from Logitech. It features a Bluetooth connection so you never have to deal with wires, can connect to up to three devices at once, and has a 24-month battery life. 

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The tactile keys on this one offer a satisfying feel. Since drivers aren't needed, it's compatible with most devices, whether they run Apple or Windows. While this is a wired keyboard, the 140cm cord still gives you plenty of room to set up with your console. It also features full-sized keys, even though the keyboard itself is much smaller than most competitors. 

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If you like the K380 but you need just a little more, check out the K800. It's a fully wireless model which also includes a numpad. It also features backlit keys, an easy way to recharge using a USB cord, and responsive quiet keys. 

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Redragon K552-BB

All the bells and whistles

For some serious bang for your buck, look no further. This little mechanical keyboard with LED backlighting has everything you need when gaming on PlayStation 4. It includes a keyboard, mouse, mousepad and even a headset to use. 

Weigh your options

When getting a keyboard for your PS4, you don't need to go all-out (unless you want to). While there are games that support a mouse and keyboard for control, most just allow you to use it for messaging in-game. You can use it for inputting passwords or doing searches, but it has limited capability. 

Whatever keyboard you choose to use with your PS4, it should make your gaming experience better. There are plenty of great options ranging in budget, durability, size, and connectivity. Just make sure you weigh all the options *and* your own preferences. If you have larger hands you would probably be more comfortable with a full-sized keyboard like the Logitech K800 or the Redragon K552-BB bundle.

At the end of the day, you want to make sure you find the one that best fits your needs and wallet. The Jelly Comb is our favorite for the foldable features, compact size, and satisfying button clicks. Let's be real, though. All of these options are great so you can't go wrong with any of them!