The new Mac mini finally refreshes Apple's smallest Mac, which comes as a huge relief to Mac mini fans everywhere. As with the previous Mac mini, you'll need a few things to make it a viable computer, and that includes a keyboard. Whether you want a mechanical, USB, or Bluetooth keyboard, there are tons of great options for you to use with your Mac mini.

Apple's keyboard

Magic Keyboard

The classic Apple keyboard that you know (and maybe love?), that comes with all the features you need to run macOS smoothly and seamlessly. All the shortcuts you could want are present, and the slim and small profile makes it really great for small spaces.

$87 at Amazon

More color options

Matias Wireless Aluminum Keybaord

Matias' keyboard looks very similar to the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad and has a nice, comfortable slant for typing. You can also pair up to four different Bluetooth supported devices, including your Apple TV. You can get the standard Matias Wireless Aluminum Keyboard in space gray, gold, silver, and rose gold.

$100 at Amazon

Easy multi-pairing

Logitech Easy-Switch K811

This little ditty is a personal favorite of iMore Managing Editor, Lory Gil. It's a compact keyboard designed with Mac in mind that has plenty of useful additional features. It has the added benefit of being specially designed to control features on your iPhone or iPad, like navigating to the Home screen and audio playback controls. With one button, you can switch between three different devices, making it great for using with your other Apple product around the house

$100 at Logitech

Budget friendly

Anker Ultra Slim keyboard

For a low-cost alternative to Apple's Magic Keyboard, you'll be happy with Anker's universal Bluetooth keyboard. It uses the Magic Keyboard's scissor mechanism keys, so your typing experience will be very familiar. It doesn't come with a lot of bells and whistles, but for the price, it's the perfect alternative.

$22 at Amazon

Best mechanical

Das Keyboard 4 Professional

Das Keyboard 4 Professional gives you the choice between Cherry MX Brown or Blue, depending on how loud you like your keyboard, and it even has dedicated media controls, including an oversized volume knob, as well as a number pad. Two USB 3.0 ports make it perfect for the ultra-productive folks. If you like the click-clack of a mechanical keyboard the Das Keyboard 4 Professional is one of the best out there.

$149 at Amazon

For power users

Logitech G710+

Logitech's G710+ has a huge feature set for its price. You've got high-speed keys with great feedback, dual-zone backlighting, which means you can adjust the brightness of the WASD on their own — perfect if you do any gaming on your Mac. You can even configure 6 buttons for 18 different gaming functions, including single key presses.

$117 at Amazon

Call me crazy, but I really like Apple's Magic Keyboard. Its simple, clean, and super compact design makes it easy to use on my small desk in my apartment. Any of the keyboards listed above are going to make typing with your new Mac mini a breeze, and a keyboard you love will make working, playing, or browsing on your Mac mini a lot more enjoyable!

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