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Apple Wireless Keyboard (M9270LL/A)
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- Requires a Bluetooth enabled Macintosh
- 128-bit over-the-air encryption
- 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 33 feet
- Features 16-function keys, full numeric keypad, document navigation keys, and an inverted-T
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- Brand Name: Apple
- Model Number: M9270LL/A
- Connectivity Technology: bluetooth, usb
- Keyboard Description: QWERTY
- Color: White
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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
- 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.
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.
Now the non-technical. I thought that this would be a fantastic addition to my system, giving me greater flexiblity. Not really. Other than losing the cable and occasionally moving the keyboard to a new area on my desk, it usually sits right where my old keyboard was. It also doesn't feel right sitting on my lap.
Apple scores again with a truly plug and play component. At present, I don't know if the benefit outweights the cost. Maybe I will grow to love it over time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A much better keyboard than the newer Apple keyboards plus it wireless.Published 18 days ago by Walter L. Williams
I really like it. Its exactly what i expected i was looking for a keyboard that felt like my old keyboards and this one is just like it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by micaela
It is an old typing key technique instead of the Apple soft touch keyboard. Once you have used Apple keyboards, you are ruined! I wish I could return it.Published 6 months ago by Don C Fanning