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moshi ClearGuard CS (compact size) for Apple Bluetooth Keyboard
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- At .1 mm thin, ClearGuard is thinvisible.
- High precision molding allows for tactile response.
- Materials: made with durable, thermoplastic urethane.
- Completely washable and reusable
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Here's the problem for me, I use a lot of modifier keys. Right now I'm working in both OS X and Windows XP/7 in a VM. When I'm in the VM, I end up using ctrl, alt and shift a bit, typically together. When I use those keys, I tend to push the cover a bit. I have my keyboard configured so the function keys are function keys by default. This means I need to use the fn key when adjusting volume, etc. When I use the fn key, I nearly always push the cover a bit.
The arrow keys also cause problems. They are a bit small. I have little problem using them without the cover. With the cover, I have a bit of a problem.
The feel is a bit squishy to me, but it's not bad. I don't mind the texture, though I prefer the texture of the uncovered keys.
If you primarily use the mouse and type letters and numbers, I think you'll like the cover. It fits well and the moving thing is primarily on the "edge" keys.
I originally bought this so I could use this keyboard with my mac while I exercise. For that it's ok. I prefer to use it to protect the keyboard in that situation because I don't want to get sweat on the keyboard when I workout.
I have a macbook pro and use a laptop keyboard 99% of the time. I like the size of the bluetooth keyboard and typing on it. I mention this only to point out that I am used to small keyboards. And I got this cover the day after I got the keyboard, so I really didn't have much time on the uncovered keyboard to bias my opinion too much.
I am typing this review with the cover on. I've used the arrow keys and the cover moved a bit.
So it's totally functional.Read more ›
Does it change the feel? Yes it does. But not by much at all. Still, if you love the feel of the naked Apple keyboard, you might miss it.
My feeling is that protection is the more important priority here. And the feel of the cover is really fine. Just different.
If keeping dust, hair, crumbs, and liquid out of your precious aluminium keyboard is your objective, this is an awesome solution.
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Perfect cover for my Magic Keyboard. You can barely tell it is there and protects it from accidental spills and wear on the letters.Published 22 days ago by Barbara Miller
Moshi is nice. Have one for my older 2008 iMac keyboard. However this Moshi is for a half height keys, on top row of new, wireless keyboard. My new 21. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rjam2