Best Bluetooth keyboards for the Google Pixel Tablet 2023
Pair your Pixel Tablet with a Bluetooth keyboard to get some work done.
During its announcement, much fanfare was made about how the Pixel Tablet is capable of being transformed into a smart home hub. Thanks to the included Charging Speaker Dock, you can either use it to control your smart home accessories or as a dedicated Chromecast device.
However, you might find yourself wanting to take the tablet with you and need to get some work done. Unfortunately, Google didn't announce a dedicated keyboard case, but we've rounded up some of the best Bluetooth keyboards for the Pixel Tablet.
Bluetooth keyboards for your Pixel Tablet
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Logitech's K780 is one of those multi-device keyboards that has been around for quite some time, and for good reason. It features a built-in stand for your tablet, and can also be used with two other devices.
Using a keyboard with a tablet is just half the battle, as you'll still need to actually interact with what's on the screen. Thanks to the iClever Foldable Keyboard, you'll not only enjoy an incredible portable keyboard but there's also a built-in trackpad.
Logitech's K380 is one of the smaller options in the company's vast lineup of keyboards. Much like the K780, you can connect the K380 to three different devices, while enjoying a quiet, yet satisfying typing experience.
Long battery life
The Arteck Universal Bluetooth Keyboard definitely gets some of its inspiration from the K780, even including a built-in device "cradle." But not only is the Arteck less expensive than the Logitech, but it also will last for up to six months on a single charge and includes a 24-month warranty.
More like a laptop
At first glance, the MIUCDA Wireless Keyboard might look like just another Bluetooth keyboard. But along with including the ability to pair it with multiple devices, it also has a hidden and "rotatable" touchpad with multi-gesture support.
A keyboard case would be nice
While it's nice having the ability to use a Bluetooth keyboard with the Pixel Tablet, we still would have liked to see a Pixel-branded keyboard case. However, instead of leaning into the productivity side of things, Google is leaning into the "sudo-Nest Hub Max replacement" with the Pixel Tablet.
That being said, you won't be disappointed with using any of the Bluetooth keyboards that we've mentioned above. The Logitech K780 is great for those who plan to use the Pixel Tablet at a desk, presumably with another device or two. But the iClever BK08 is our personal favorite simply due to its portability and the fact that it has a built-in trackpad.
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