When you see an article that compiles keyboards and mice, you typically see a mix of recommended input devices for gaming. That’s not all they’re used for, some peripherals work for a living and are even forced to describe other input devices. This post, as well as the summary of Ars Technica are perfect examples of this, so follow the link to find out which devices they recommend to help you in your workday.
If you guessed that Apple Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad are mentioned, you won’t be disappointed, however there are plenty of other recommendations. The Keychron K1 Pro is a somewhat rarer pick, but a good one if you want to look sharp as you write your review. Ducky, Razer, and Logitech all come across as you’d expect, along with why they’re the weapons of choice for that particular editor.
There’s also a summary with general guidance on what you might want to look for the next time you buy a peripheral.