|Product Dimensions||17.5 x 5 x 0.79 inches|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Manufacturer||Apple Computer (Direct)|
|Item model number||MQ052LL/A|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||November 1, 2018|
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Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad (Wireless, Rechargable) (US English) - Silver
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- Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad features an extended layout, with document navigation controls for quick scrolling and full-size arrow keys for gaming
- A scissor mechanism beneath each key allows for increased stability, while optimized key travel and a low profile provide a comfortable and precise typing experience.
- The numeric keypad is also great for spreadsheets and finance applications.
Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad
0.16–0.43 inch (0.41–1.09 cm)
6.48 inches (41.87 cm)
4.52 inches (11.49 cm)
0.86 pound (0.39 kg)
Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer with macOS 10.12.4 or later, iOS devices with iOS 10.3 or later
What’s in the Box
Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad, Lightning to USB Cable
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1) It has the solid look and feel that the original Magic Keyboard has. That's a huge plus as others I've tried have been flimsy.
2) The internal battery is rechargeable via the Lightning port on the back. That's perfect since it's the same cable used by the iPhone.
3) It's very lightweight - only about 1lb.
4) Since it's made by Apple, all of the function keys operate like they're supposed to (that's not the case with aftermarket keyboards as they're not allowed to access those parts of MacOS).
5) It doesn't have the keystroke lag that other aftermarket keyboards have.
6) It doesn't have the wake-from-sleep issue that other aftermarket keyboards have.
1) It took way to long for Apple to release this
2) The price. MSRP of $130 is steep. But, being an Apple user, I wasn't surprised.
3) It's only available in the aluminum/white color scheme. Since the vast majority of Apple computers are the MacBook, it would be nice if it were available in aluminum/black (as well as the other new MacBook color schemes).
Overall, I'm very pleased with mine and plan to buy more as needed.
I have four of these (the black/gray ones that came with my iMac Pros and two of the white ones).
• It's great to use.
• Recharges with the supplied lighting cable (I don't care how long the battery does or does not last because my trackpad needs recharging a lot sooner than the keyboard and I just charge them both when the trackpad needs charging).
• It is not backlit (you can see in the pics I have my own motion sensing lights to backlight it).
• It does not attach to the trackpad. Apple could have easily made the two magnetically attach for those who want them connected. (I talked to Twelve South and they are not making a bridge.)
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It has the typical excellent Apple quality. I'm so happy they finally released a full size keyboard with number pad that is Bluetooth. I recently upgraded to a 2017 MacBook Pro that only has USB-C connectors. So, the more wireless devices I use with it, the better. Otherwise I generally deal with multiple dongles since not too many devices yet have USB-C cables.
I've used non-Apple bluetooth keyboards before but they almost always are "Windows" keyboards and thus have different "command" keys and the function keys don't work to adjust things like brightness, media playback, etc. So, it's nice using an external keyboard from which I can still control those things.
It does not have replaceable batteries so that's kind of a bummer but the internal battery seems to last a long time. I've had it for a couple months now and haven't had to charge it yet.
A few things are keeping me from giving this a full 5 star rating.
* I wish it had flip out feet so you could adjust the angle. It sits almost flat. It works ok but ideally I'd like a little more of an angle.
* The keys - I'll admit they are better than the new keys on the MacBook Pro, but still not the best. Ideally I'd like nice mechanical keys with some travel to them.
* Backlighting - I know this would kill the battery faster, but it would be nice to have the option. I like to work in a rather dark room and having backlit keys would be great.
These are more a personal preference in a keyboard than an issue with this keyboard itself. Right now, it seems to be the best keyboard (for me) to use with my MacBook Pro.