Introducing the Raspberry Pi Keyboards Collection, the perfect accompaniment to your Raspberry Pi setup!
Our selection of keyboards range from full-sized mechanical keyboards, to low-profile keyboards in various sizes, making them the ideal choice for any Raspberry Pi setup. Featuring a variety of styles, colors, and features, you're sure to find the perfect keyboard for your Raspberry Pi.
So whether you're working on a project or just looking to upgrade your setup, Raspberry Pi Keyboards has you covered.
Most USB keyboards are compatible with Raspberry Pi, as long as they have a standard USB-A connector. You can also use a wireless keyboard with Raspberry Pi, provided it is compatible with the Raspberry Pi's Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection.
You can adjust the Raspberry Pi keyboard settings by opening the Raspberry Pi Configuration tool from the main menu. From there, you can access the Keyboard tab to change the language, layout, and other settings.
Raspberry Pi keyboards typically use a USB-A interface. However, some keyboards may have a different type of connector, such as USB-C or Bluetooth. Make sure that the keyboard you are considering is compatible with the Raspberry Pi before purchasing.
When choosing a Raspberry Pi keyboard, consider factors such as size, layout, and connection type. You should also consider the type of Raspberry Pi you are using, as some keyboards may not be compatible with specific versions.
Most Raspberry Pi models have a full size USB-A port, including the Raspberry Pi 4, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+, Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module, Raspberry Pi Zero, and Raspberry Pi Zero W will need an adapter to connect a keyboard with a full size USB-A connector. A good one is the USB OTG Host Cable - MicroB OTG male to A female adaptor.
You'll need the USB OTG Host Cable - MicroB OTG male to A female to do this.