Wireless Numeric Keypad Connection
The compact Belkin YourType Bluetooth wireless keypad provides a range of 28 number, function, and document navigation keys to complement your Apple Wireless Keyboard. It pairs wirelessly with your iMac, Mac Pro, or MacBook using Bluetooth technology, so you're free to place it anywhere within range. An ideal time-saver for data entry and accounting activities, the keypad also makes an appealing design statement with its aluminum enclosure and low-profile, island-style keys.
- Adds 28 keys, including function and document navigation controls
- Wireless Bluetooth connection
- Design and feel matches existing Apple Wireless Keyboard
- Wireless keypad connects to iMac, Mac Pro, or MacBook via Bluetooth
- Low-profile, island-style keys
- Includes two AA batteries
Did you notice?They keyboard pairs wirelessly via Bluetooth, so you're free to place it wherever is convenient and comfortable within range.
Apple Recommends ForEasily add command and number keys to your existing Apple Wireless Keyboard.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin YourType Bluetooth Wireless Keypad
- Two AA batteries
- Quick install guide
- Connections: Bluetooth 2.0
- Height: 0.71 in/18 mm
- Width: 5.15 in/131 mm
- Weight: 6.1 oz
- Length: 5.07 in/129 mm
- Mfr. Part Number: F8T067cw
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868983690
Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products
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Ratings & Reviews
Nicely done, except...
the lack of battery percentage like the Apple keyboard and trackpad. You don't know how much battery is left until it just stops the lack of battery percentage like the Apple keyboard and trackpad. You don't know how much battery is left until it just stops working. Otherwise, I like it. …
- Written by David J from Queens Village
274 of 298 people found this useful
I thought the wireless keypad would be a great accessory with my wireless keyboard. In fact I ordered it twice hoping it would wo I thought the wireless keypad would be a great accessory with my wireless keyboard. In fact I ordered it twice hoping it would work. The first time it would only stayed connect to my computer for a few minutes, never long enough to use. Two calls to the help number included in the package proved fruitless. I spent 45 minutes on the phone with them, after 2 hours of trying myself -- no good. They even have the supervisor on the line. It wouldn't stay connected, so I returned it. A few weeks later I ordered another one. ( I dreamed of a wireless numeral keypad.) The second one never connected at all. So I returned it also. Neither one worked. Very disappointing. …
- Written by John R from Cedar Rapids
267 of 320 people found this useful
keypad have almost apple finish but the key strokes doesn't feel like apple keystrokes
- Written by Aiman N from Burlingame
190 of 237 people found this useful
Badly thought through and untested, could use a driver!!
This does what it says with very few exceptions. Setup and connection was established quickly on both my Macbook Pro (which I firs This does what it says with very few exceptions. Setup and connection was established quickly on both my Macbook Pro (which I first tested it on) and again on my 2012 27" iMac.
First problem: Bluetooth assistant came up with a dialogue saying the keypad wasn't a keyboard it recognized, and I would be unable to use it until it was identified. It asked me to press the first key left of my left SHIFT key. There is no Shift key on the keypad. So I just pushed a few random keys and the Bluetooth Assistant dialogue aske me if it was a european, Japanese or US keyboard. That just felt really dumb and untested. Not very well thought through.
One thing that took me under 60 seconds to realize was that modifier keys don't work on this keypad. I'm used to using CMD+ or CMD- to zoom web pages in or out, but nothing happens when pushing CMD on my Apple wireless keyboard and hitting + on the trackpad. Didn't take me more than a few seconds to realize the same applies to SHIFT, CTRL, and the fn (function) keys. This will annoy any power user who spends all day in heavily customized programs like Logic Pro, ProTools, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and so on. I spend most of my day in Photoshop and this is really going to stress me when I try to change between layer opacity and layer fill opacity, which requires the SHIFT modifier to be used in conjunction with the number keys.
I am very close to returning this, but I guess I can adjust my workflow. It's just really really disappointing that it costs so much, and is so badly thought through.
I think a driver allowing the main keyboard and external trackpad to work in unison would do the trick ARE YOU LISTENING BELKIN? …
- Written by Martin K from Valby
2 of 3 people found this useful
DO NOT BUY THIS
It just won't work right. I've never gotten it working the way it's supposed to, and now it won't connect. Find a USB 10-Key numer It just won't work right. I've never gotten it working the way it's supposed to, and now it won't connect. Find a USB 10-Key numeric key pad instead. …
- Written by Chris M from Glen Allen
Bought this product with my new iMac as Apple no longer offers an extended keyboard. Works great, when it works. Will just stop Bought this product with my new iMac as Apple no longer offers an extended keyboard. Works great, when it works. Will just stop connecting. Changing batteries does not help. So frustrating. Probably too late to return it. …
- Written by Robyn W from PARIS
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Will this keypad work with any iPad versions?
- Asked by Tom V from Hilversum
No answers yet
Where can I buy the Dock/Connector/Adapter to put it together with the keyboad (the Numeric Keypad does not come with it)?
- Asked by Pablo L from Coral Gables
Is there a way to map the FKeys on the Belkin YourType numeric keypad?
- Asked by Jordan S from Vancouver
To program the function keys F13 to F16, open keyboard preferences, click on the shortcut tab, Selec To program the function keys F13 to F16, open keyboard preferences, click on the shortcut tab, Select a preference in the left hand pane, then select a shortcut and press tab, this will open a box and you can then press the key you want to use for the shortcut. To give an example I clicked on Mission Control in the left hand pane I then highlighted show desktop in the right hand pane and pressed tab to open the box, I then pressed the F14 key on my Belkin keypad and closed keyboard preferences, and know when I hit the F14 key it shows my desktop. I worked this out myself as Belkin UK do not answer any emails, and their support is non existent. Hope this helps. …
- Answered by Melvyn N
can I buy tv shows from iTunes store without apple tv
- Asked by Robert L from St. Thomas
The simple answer is that you don't need or have to have Apple TV to to watch movies or TV shows bou The simple answer is that you don't need or have to have Apple TV to to watch movies or TV shows bought via iTunes store. I quite often use my iPad or iPhone to watch this sort of content. …
- Answered by Simon W
Will this work with an MacBook air??
- Asked by Kelly D from Rolling Prairie
yes I just purchased this for my MacBook Air 11 inch last week and it works great
- Answered by Joseph B from Chesterfield