Do Apple have a separate numeric keypad, wireless or USB
The new ultrathin wireless keyboard is fantastic to use, but it would be great if it had a numeric keypad at the end. I've bought a couple of so-called MAC osx compatible usb keypads but my iMac will not recognise them. It's frustrating to say the least
3 Answers from the Community
No, Apple does not carry a stand alone number pad. Some third-party retailers carry them, but Apple doesn't guarantee that they work with their computers, which is why none of them are on their website.
- Answered by Eric L from Sparks
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Yes - Apple sells a wireless keypad, which also acts as a calculator. I don't particularly like mine, and I'm seriously considering buying a wired keyboard with the numeric keypad extension. I dislike the separate numeric wireless keypad because it automatically goes into sleep mode after a few minutes of disuse - and I find it difficult to wake it back up to use... I find myself not wanting to bother with the keypad because of this. Also - I had a very hard time getting my iMac to recognize the numeric keypad - I took my system into the Apple store and the tech person struggled for quite some time before she got it to work.
- Answered by Ginger A from Annapolis
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Yes. It's called the Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad. It's got a USB wire and is available online or at the Apple Store.
- Answered by Claudia T from Skokie
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can i use this and the magic keyboard on my macbook air? Also, could i use the keyboard with the numeric keypad?
- Asked by Lynda B from Brooklyn
- 04 5, 16
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does the apple wireless mighty mouse need adapter on usb?
- Asked by Francis S
- 10 18, 09
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