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Apple Wireless Keyboard - Keyboard - wireless - Bluetooth - English

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BrandApple
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions47 x 15.7 x 7.4 cm
Item model numberM9270LL/A
  
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ASINB0000DBJ8A
Best Sellers Rank 222,544 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 Kg
Date First Available9 May 2006
  
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The Apple Wireless Keyboard works with the Bluetooth option in your Mac to provide a cable-free way to interact with your system at a distance of up to 10 meters (33 feet).

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Niall Smart on 16 Nov. 2004
I've am using this keyboard with my iBook (using its inbuilt Bluetooth module). It is very sturdy, well built and compact, but at the same time is a full size keyboard layout. There is no key press lag at all. It is supplied with non-rechargable AA batteries, I don't know the expected life of those, but would expect 2300mAH rechargables to keep it going for a month or two.
Like all Apple products you're paying a bit more for the aesthetics -- other products are functionally equivalent and cheaper, but none look as nice!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael W. Perry on 23 Nov. 2010
I write for a living and writing well means reading books by others. Reading at a desk with an iMac in front of me is tiring and balancing a MacBook in my lap while reading is little better. I bought this compact keyboard hoping it would allow me to read in comfort with nothing but this tiny, lightweight keyboard competing for space in my lap. I was right.

But I also discovered something else. My twenties-era apartment isn't kind to WiFi or Bluetooth gadgets. The walls are ancient wire-mesh covered with plaster. Microwaves don't like wire mesh. WiFi barely makes it from the middle of my apartment to the ends. No other Bluetooth gadget I've tested made it more than about 15 feet. Amazingly, this Bluetooth keyboard reaches one end of my apartment from the other. I can sit in my den and type on my iMac in my study through two of those microwave-hating walls. That's impressive. Of course, that's not what I want to do. What I want to do is sit someplace comfortable, type with this keyboard in my lap and see the results in an enlarged font across the room. For that this keyboard is perfect.

One suggestion. I had trouble pairing it to my MacBook until I tried a trick I've used with other Bluetooth keyboards. I replaced the rechargeable batteries with higher voltage alkaline ones. When I did that, pairing was easy. My theory is that pairing loads the batteries more than typing, reducing the signal strength. Once paired, those rechargeable batteries work quite well.

--Michael W. Perry, Untangling Tolkien: A Chronology and Commentary for The Lord of the Rings
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Amazon.com: 109 reviews
89 of 92 people found the following review helpful
Best Keyboard I've ever owned 7 Jan. 2004
By Chris Peters - Published on Amazon.com
The greatest compliment I can give this keyboard (or any wireless device) is that you won't be able to tell the difference between it and a wired keyboard. No lag, no signal fading in or out, no buttons missing or anything else. The shape and keys are identical to an Apple Pro Keyboard, great news because the tactile feel of the keys is to die for. Setup literally took 60 seconds. I got a signal as far as 30 feet -outside- my apartment, through a closed door and all kinds of walls. Gamers rejoice, there is no lag of any kind.
Draw-backs for this keyboard: You will have to change the batteries every 3-4 months, but at least OS X notifies you in advance when to change them. This keyboard doesn't have USB ports, so you'll have to plug your mouse into the computer or get a wireless mouse.
If you are the average user who leaves his/her keyboard in front of your monitor and don't really mind your keyboard wire among all the other clutter of your desk, then this keyboard might be overkill for you. The wireless capacities are strong, but you can only really use it as far away as you can read your screen.
54 of 58 people found the following review helpful
Beauty is only skin deep with this one. 6 Dec. 2005
By Joshua Mcmichael - Published on Amazon.com
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I love Apple's designs, I needed a keyboard for my Powerbook setup (the laptop is raised off the desk on a stand), and I hate cords. So when I could afford this keyboard, I ordered it.

It looks nice, but that's about the only good thing about it. Apple's got a good reputataion with me, so I think I had on blinders the first few weeks I owned this thing. But my experience with this keyboard was mostly negative.

Pros (let's start off on a positive note):

- looks nice (but see caveat below)

- no cords

Cons:

- mushy key action - this feels like one of those crappy $10 keyboards you get with sub-$500 windows systems.

- connection problems (also mentioned by a couple other reviewers) - keyboard loses connection, and the bluetooth driver in some cases just repeats the last character that you sent for about 10 seconds. If you've just pressed the delete key, then you get to watch what you just typed disappear into the ether. Frustrating.

- at first, the attractive transparent case looks modern, unusual, and stylish. But have you ever looked underneath the keys of any board that's been in use for over a few weeks? With this keyboard, you'll get a chance to see the horror that lurks just beneath your fingertips. On a daily basis. And all your clients and friends will too. It's not a pretty sight.

- After switching to a scissor-key-action type keyboard (the same method used in the Powerbook's built-in board), I've discovered that I *far* prefer this method instead of the Wireless Pro's mush, long-travel, type keys. The twinges of RSI that I was beginning to get more often have disappeared since I switched. BTW, the keyboard I switched to, and highly recommend, is the MacAlly icekey slim model. It's got a nasty USB cord, but it doesn't disconnect and it feels much much better. And it's about 1/2 the price.
38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Very impressive product. 23 Aug. 2004
By Jay Riemenschneider - Published on Amazon.com
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This keyboard is everything I had hoped for and more. It works without any delay, unlike my Logitech wireless trackball (there were no bluetooth trackballs at the time of purchase). Ease of setup was like any other Apple product...plug and play. One word of caution: turn off the keyboard even when not using for ten minutes and the batteries will last much longer. The keyboard came with some of the best batteries available........Energizer eTitanium. Apple did not have to do that, but they rarely skimp when it comes to quality. I should have also gone with the bluetooth Apple mouse.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Very Helpful 20 May 2006
By N. Burt - Published on Amazon.com
I found this keyboard to be very helpful. I am a graduate student and spend a lot of my time typing papers. While my laptop can be used to type, when you type for hours at a time it gets very uncomfortable. This keyboard is a great size and has a nice feel for long days spent typing. The bluetooth is also reliable and allows me to get some distance from the computer if I would like without stopping the connection. I would suggest getting a mouse to accompany it. Overall, a very useful and reliable product that makes my life much easier.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Very nice product 21 July 2005
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
We have been very pleased with our keyboard. I love that the nine-key is ful sized. Sometimes we sit on the other side of the room and watch movies and this works as a remote control.

The battery life could be improved, but it just uses AA batteries and the computer tells you when you need to switch them out.

It's easy to clean.
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