• 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Kinda like it kinda don't

    • Written by from Fort Collins

    This is the first wireless keyboard I've used and sure like the lack of wires. Also, after 2 days, I like the touch better than I thought I would; however, the keys seem a little cramped compared to my old Apple Pro Keyboard even though the size looks about the same. Also, I know I'm going to miss the keypad. So, I'm not sure if I'll keep using it or not. I'll give it a little more time.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    wireless keyboard

    • Written by from norwalk

    It's great but PLEASE make a wireless keyboard with home/end page-up/down and um keypad!!!! Please!

    17 of 20 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Fort Belvoir

    looks awesome, but be ready to change the batteries OFTEN!!!

    8 of 12 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    What a difference a keypad would make!

    • Written by from Barrô AGD

    This wireless keyboard works very well and your fingers will love the touch, but... the lack of a numeric keypad is a serious miss if, like me, you do a lot of number keystrokes.

    17 of 18 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Love the Keyboard Miss my numbers pad

    • Written by from Bolton

    I love the sleek design and comfort of this keyboard, but it's lack of number pad made me take it back. Perhaps I'm one of the only accountants using a mac (?!?!) but the number pad is a necessity. Why isn't there an option with wireless keyboards?

    37 of 47 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not as good as wired one...

    • Written by from Reading

    I do not like this keyboard very much. It seems the keys were crammed in and it is harder to type. I like the wired keyboard more, especially since it has the numeric keys. I wish you made the wired one, wireless.

    9 of 18 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Nicely done ... just need extended keyboard features

    • Written by from SAINT LOUIS PARK

    A page up/down, forward delete and 10-key are pretty much a must for me. I'm still having trouble adjusting, so may have to set this one aside, which is a pity.

    Really like the feel and wireless capability, just too limited.

    29 of 35 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    No 10-key!

    • Written by from Livonia

    This keyboard would get five stars if it just had a 10-key. I find it hard to believe that Apple can't make a wireless keyboard with a numeric keypad. Or maybe it's not can't, it's just won't, in which case, that's ridiculous.

    29 of 46 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Idea, Ridiculous Scale

    • Written by from WYNNEWOOD

    This keyboard is fabulous: the keys are firm but responsive, and it looks great. However, there's one BIG problem: It's ridiculously small. I don't know how people use this thing, and I'm accustomed to my laptop's keyboard!

    12 of 16 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Keyboard, but not for Power Users

    • Written by from Grand Rapids

    This is one of the best keyboards I've ever used. The sturdy aluminum allows unheard-of thinness while at the same time not feeling cheap. The keys are responsive and give excellent feedback. Bluetooth integration is superb, it works just like a USB keyboard would, and those critical seconds where a user would have to hold down a key in order to perform a certain function when the Mac is first booting up works flawlessly.

    The only downside is the lack of a wireless option with a 10-key numeric keypad. It's really a shame Apple got rid of this on their wireless keyboards. I think they got rid of it because the folks at Apple thought the 10-key was too "PC-like" and was only used for "number crunching," but I use it every day, especially when typing passwords. Just because I run a Mac doesn't mean I still don't type numbers. Please, Apple, please bring back the 10-key wireless keyboard!

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Wireless: Great, Limited size: Mediocre

    • Written by from Atlanta

    I have the full (wired) Extended Keyboard at home and am using the Wireless keyboard here at work.

    First of all, the keys on all of these new keyboards feel amazing. It's quite a jump from an older apple keyboard and particularly from a standard PC keyboard, but once you get used to it, older keyboards feel like those old manual typewriters, plus the design is just incredible.

    Anyway, the wireless feature is very cool with the lack of cables on my desk, but to be honest, the keyboard is sitting right next to my laptop, so I can't comment on the wireless range (or the necessity of wireless). Bluetooth pairing works flawlessly. I take my laptop to meetings many times per day (too many) and the keyboard knows exactly when I leave and return and it reconnects - there is nothing needed to be done.

    So, since I'm used to the larger, extended keyboard at home, I have a hard time with these few items:
    1. The lack of the numeric keypad (obvious)
    2. That enter button on the extended numeric keypad perfectly located at the right corner of the keyboard - I live for that button.
    3. The additional "fn" (function) button on this wireless keyboard located in the bottom-left - I loath this button because I miss the CTRL, OPT and CMD buttons all the time
    4. I really dislike the need to use this "fn" button for some common key functions like ENTER (rather than RETURN) and DELETE (rahter than BACKSPACE)

    I guess the ultimate would be a wireless version of the extended keyboard, but that is not yet available. I plan to switch my wireless keyboard with the wired extended keyboard.

    290 of 312 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great space saver but miss the right control key

    • Written by from Ann Arbor

    I love this new keyboard for its smooth click sound, good response and excellent space saving size. Never had a mac laptop so the function key takes some time getting use to but as a heavy linux shell and emacs user I would gladly trade that function key to have the right control key back.

    7 of 8 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Battery function dead!

    • Written by from Masterton

    The batteries that came with the keyboard (2) lasted a whole year before the system advised that the battery level was low. I should mention that the computer (iMac) is only used for about 2 hours per week. When the batteries were replaced their energy was drained overnight, with the computer (and keyboard?) turned off. This happened several times costing around $80 in batteries, including lithium. With the computer in use, new batteries last about 15 minutes! A tech told me that it sounded like the keyboard was short circuiting. Rang Apple but because the keyboard was just outside warranty they wouldn't replace it and it isn't cost effective to try to repair it. Short term solution - remove batteries when not in use. Long term solution - purchase good old wired keyboard!

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Why didn't Apple?

    • Written by from Port Charlotte

    Why didn't Apple make this a rechargeable keyboard? They are touting their battery technology and clearly they could have added it to the keyboard with little effort and I know MAC fanatics would pay extra for that. I would

    Why didn't Apple make a version with a numeric keypad? The old Apple Wireless Pro Keyboard was great with the exception of the closely spaced keys and the poor battery performance, both of which could easily have been resolved.

    Why doesn't Apple offer this in black? Some people don't like white you know.

    Other than that it is a great keyboard. If they added the numeric keypad I would give it a 10 instead of a 3.

    18 of 26 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent Keyboard. Lacking the Num Pad

    • Written by from Northridge

    It's a nice small keyboard. Pretty simple and not too many buttons. Just wish it had a Num Pad and it would make inputing numbers in charts and word processor a whole lot easy.

    10 of 12 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Glad I kept my old full-sized Apple wireless keyboard

    • Written by from Ballston Spa

    This keyboard is fine, but seems too-clever-by-half. Why no number pad? Or, back-delete key? Or, page up/page down, end, etc. keys? As someone else pointed out: it is great if you're sitting on a a plane or bus with a laptop; but for serious office work, it is inadequate. I bought a full-sized wireless Apple keyboard about 4 years ago and still use it (like, right now). Works fine, is not a battery-hog, and is full function. It would be nice if Cupertino would give us a choice of mini- or full-sized wireless.

    229 of 255 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not a huge fan...

    • Written by from Hamilton

    The keyboard is conveniently small, but it sacrifices usability. Bottom line - if you prefer form over function, this keyboard is for you.

    29 of 46 people found this useful