Apple Wireless Keyboard
Released August, 2007
The Pros:Thin profile. Sleek anodized aluminum look. Nice, if you like laptop-style keyboards.
The Cons:Requires wired keyboard for setup. A nuisance to set up on Windows + Linux. Flimsy build quality - feels cheap compared to keyboard costing much less.
The Apple Wireless Keyboard was simultaneously released with the Apple iMac and the wired version of Apple Keyboard on August 7th, 2007. Wirelessly connects to your Mac using Bluetooth, this keyboard is an anodized aluminum finish with a slim profile.
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It requires 3 x AA batteries to operate, and a wired keyboard for initial setup.
- Mac computer with Bluetooth wireless technology
- Mac OS X v10.4.10 or later
- Keyboard software update
- Existing keyboard and mouse for initial setup
- Three AA batteries (included)
Now available for $79 in stores.
User Reviews (7)
Sleek anodized aluminum look
Nice, if you like laptop-style keyboards
Requires wired keyboard for setup
A nuisance to set up on Windows + Linux
Flimsy build quality - feels cheap compared to keyboard costing much less.
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