After struggling with the Logitech 750 wireless, solar-charged keyboard for the last year (it frequently stalls at the most inconvenient moments - like in the middle of a timed exam when you're trying to type in an answer and the keyboard does not connect with the laptop...or just lags/stops in the middle of typing.
So I decided to spring for the Extended Magic Mac Keyboard.
I'm not sure I would use the word "Magic" to describe it. It's very thin and feels cheap. Unfortunately, it's not nearly as comfortable to type on as the Logitech keyboard is.
The Apple keyboard is almost completely FLAT! (see photo) Didn't Apple realize that some of us struggle with carpal tunnel, etc?
I will probably do the same "hack" that another reviewer mentioned - gluing a wooden dowel/rod on the back in order to lift the keyboard a bit. In the meantime, I'm putting a Sharpie marker underneath it so it's not completely flat (see photo). It is so disappointing to have to modify the most expensive keyboard I've ever owned.