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Satechi Keypad for iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, and Mac Mini (Wireless)

4.1 out of 5 stars 581 customer reviews
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  • Calculator and Keypad Modes
  • Bluetooth 3.0 - Works with Bluetooth-Capable Macs and PCs
  • Wireless Connection - Doesn't Occupy USB Port
  • Large 12-Digit LCD Display
  • 8 Calculator Function Keys
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Product Description

The sleek Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keypad is the perfect accessory for your workspace. Usable in Calculator Mode or Keypad Mode, the Keypad features a brushed-aluminum finish that pairs perfectly with Apple products. Use the Keypad wirelessly with your computer to add a number-pad to your existing keyboard - you can even use the calculator function then send the equation to any text field on your computer! Typing numbers and equations has never been easier, thanks to the Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keypad.

Calculator Mode
Use the Smart Keypad as a normal calculator, with Memory and Backspace functions.

Keypad Mode
Use the Smart Keypad as a numberpad to type numbers and equations quickly.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.1 x 3.7 x 0.9 inches
Item Weight 5.3 ounces
Shipping Weight 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Satechi
ASIN B00CJKW4WQ
Item model number ST-WKP31
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4.1 out of 5 stars 581 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Input Devices > Numeric Keypads
Date first available at Amazon.com April 26, 2013

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Bluetooth
LCD Display
Battery Type 2 x AAA 2 x AAA 1 x AAA None
On/Off Switch
PC/Mac Compatible
Key Type 26-key US 22-key US 20-key US 18-key US
Special Keys 9 calculator hotkeys, Backspace Tab, Backspace, Undo, Cut, Copy, Paste Tab, Backspace, Num Lock Tab, Backspace
Calculator Function

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By Nate TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 23, 2013
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The Satechi Bluetooth Wireless keyboard is very handy. It hooks up wirelessly, so it doesn't take up valuable USB space, and it can then be conveniently placed wherever you need it.

It's easy to connect - just go into your Bluetooth preferences, turn this on, and press the connect button on the back with a paperclip or something like that. You'll see it listed on your Bluetooth preferences as "Bluetooth Calculator Keypad" and then after you opt to link it to your device, it will ask you to type in a few numbers on the keypad and press enter. Voila! - it connects. After that, you just have to turn it on and your system should recognize it.

I use it with my Macbook Pro, where it comes in especially handy when I'm inputting grades in Excel. In keypad mode, anything you type will go on the screen. So if you type "3*5" it will type "3*5" in whatever editor you have open. In calculator mode, you can actually do the calculation: type "3*5" and it will give you "15" but then you can "push" that result to the editor you have open by pressing the "Send" button. I perform most of my calculations in Excel spreadsheets themselves, but this comes in handy when I have to do some quick arithmetic before I input anything.

It looks nice - a handsome little device that goes well with my Mac. It takes 2 AAA batteries. It's set up to work with both Macs and PCs - there's a switch on the bottom that allows you to select which system you'll be working with. My only (minor) gripe is that the "on/off" switch is down below. It does turn off automatically when not in use after a few minutes - but whenever I need to use it again, I have to pick it up, turn it over and turn it on. Not a big deal, but it would have been much easier to have an on/off button on top.
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This is a good looking and highly functional calculator. It can function as a standalone calculator that you can have on your office or home desk, in your kitchen or to carry with you to a meeting. It is nicely made and professional looking. It is also a Bluetooth wireless keypad for use with your Mac or Windows based computer. The pairing of the calculator is fast and easy and for those who enter a lot of numbers into a computer this is a nice addition. The large and comfortable keypad is easy to use and comfortable. The unit comes with an instruction manual and two AAA batteries that power the calculator. I paired it with my iPad and I actually entered numbers into my notepad application.

When in the mode where it is connected to your PC, using the keyboard mode, it can enter numbers into any program you are using and you can also press the send button and input the result of your calculations into a document for example. Pressing the Mode button switches the calculator from the Calculator mode to the Keypad mode. You can set a floating decimal point or also select no decimal, 2 or 4 decimal points. On the bottom of the calculator is an on/off switch, a MAC or PC switch, a pairing button and a reset button. I like the fact that it has an on/off switch but I would have preferred that it was on the side of the calculator and not on the bottom.

The calculator is very stylish and attractive. It follows the Apple keyboard design styling. This would make a nice gift for someone and it is a great addition to your own office. I rated this as a 5 star item.
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The concept is absolutely genius. Not only do I get a much-needed 10-key keypad, but there is an integrated calculator. AND when I'm done calculating, I can send the answer straight to whatever field I'm currently typing in on my computer. Though I just got it, it seems to be reasonably well-built, too.

BUT there is a major problem. When I put it where a keyboard would go, the screen is hard to see. It's not backlit, it's low-contrast, and it's not raised so I can view it straight-on. This affects not only use as a calculator, but the indicator of which mode it is in (calculator or keypad) is onscreen, and is nearly impossible to see when I'm using it.

I'm sure I'll enjoy using this, but it could have so easily been so much better with a more visible screen!
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The keypad paired easily with my MacBook Pro but I had hoped to also be able to use the device with Quicken which I run in a Windows 8.1 virtual machine (Parallels). Alas, I never succeeded. I even tried selecting "PC" mode and pairing directly. No good. Satechi said they have no way of testing this but as far as they knew it probably won't work in a shared mode on a VM. darn.

The device actually seems to work quite well in the Mac OS apps, and it's probably not entirely Satechi's fault it won't work on the VM. Unfortunately I still had to knock it down a couple of stars. Since I do the bulk of my number typing in Quicken I'm going to return the keypad.

UPDATE: Kudos to Satechi Tech Support. A couple of days later I got a followup email from Satechi. They had actually researched the issue and it turns out the solution is quite simple. In the virtual machine, TURN ON THE NUMLOCK SETTING. As soon as I did this the keypad starting talking to the Windows side. (Note that I am using Parallels, so can't vouch for Fusion but I see no reason it shouldn't work there as well.)
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