Belkin YourType Bluetooth Wireless Keypad

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  • Overview

    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.

    Highlights

    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 For

    Easily 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

    Tech Specs

    Connections: Bluetooth 2.0

    Height: 0.71 in/18 mm

    Length: 5.07 in/129 mm

    Width: 5.15 in/131 mm

    Weight: 6.1 oz

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: F8T067cw

    UPC or EAN No.: 745883702350

    Warranty

    Note: Apple’s one-year limited warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if they are packaged or sold with Apple products. Non–Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer. Please see the product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to any rights you have under Australian consumer law.

  • 2.0 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      disappointing

      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 o 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

      274 of 328 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?disappointing

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Extremely disappointing

      I don't do a lot of numbers crunching, but I still prefer a separate keypad rather than going to the numbers directly above the letters. So, I purchased the Be I don't do a lot of numbers crunching, but I still prefer a separate keypad rather than going to the numbers directly above the letters. So, I purchased the Belkin. It worked only sporadically. Most of the time, the numbers appeared on screen only after the words were typed (Imagine typing in an address, and the street numbers appeared BEHIND the street name, and not in front of the street name.) Sometimes, the numbers didn't show up at all. I called Belkin on the second day of use. The tech wasn't able to assist, and took my info so that she could escalate the call. Belkin called me MORE THAN TWO WEEKS after my initial call to them. Disappointing. By that time, however, I had returned the keypad to Apple.

      • Written by Evelyn R from Rancho Cucamonga

      53 of 55 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Extremely disappointing

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Real Lemon

      I really wanted a wireless numeric key pad. The first one I purchased failed and before it failed completely, it had all the flaws mentioned in the reviews of I really wanted a wireless numeric key pad. The first one I purchased failed and before it failed completely, it had all the flaws mentioned in the reviews of those who were also disappointed. Delayed key strokes, trouble maintaining connection etc etc… I purchased a replacement and it followed the same trend of issues and as of today, it's completely failed. Belkin is on my no buy list. I will be avoiding their products as much as possible from here on out.

      • Written by Steven S from Lewes

      29 of 32 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Real Lemon

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Not Happy

      I am accountant and as you can imagine - I work with numbers A LOT. I bought the keypad to make number crunching easier and quicker for me. While I think the de I am accountant and as you can imagine - I work with numbers A LOT. I bought the keypad to make number crunching easier and quicker for me. While I think the design is great and it ties in with the rest of my Apple products, the functionality of the product is definitely not up to scratch. It loses connection frequently. However, more annoying than that, is the fact that it literally chows batteries. in some cases, I have had to replace with new batteries every 2 -3 weeks! That to me is outrageous and to be perfectly honest, I am sorry I purchased this product.

      • Written by SASCHA M from Bororen

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Not Happy

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      A Half Baked Attempt

      I buy Apple products because they are good. The Belkin Number-pad fills a niche that apple has missed. It is advertised as "Matches your apple wireless keybo I buy Apple products because they are good. The Belkin Number-pad fills a niche that apple has missed. It is advertised as "Matches your apple wireless keyboard" The truth is, it doesn't! The keys are different size and they are different texture. The Aluminium is a different colour. The overall height is slightly higher. In short, for the average user, it's a good match, but for an Apple affectionardo, it's a poor match. Next problem: There is no driver! As such it adopts a default keyboard profile, so it works. Great you may think, but this leads to the real kicker. I have File Vault turned on, so I get to the FileVault login screen and the computer goes "Oh yes, there's they keyboard and there's the mouse. ....Connected.... Great, please enter your password" Now I don't know about you.... But my password contains more than just numbers 0-9 and a few symbols. So now I'm stuck. There is no way to disconnect the number pad to allow the REAL keyboard to connect. So I cant boot the computer. I had to go to the workshop to fetch a wired USB keyboard to type in my password. Ultimately, the solution is to turn off your number-pad when you shutdown your computer. If you forget you must turn it off and then reboot your mac (again) then turn on the number pad once you've entered your password! Very frustrating.

      • Written by Simon J from CAMBRIDGE

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?A Half Baked Attempt

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      This numeric keypad works perfectly and looks and feels good!

      I normally don’t bother to post user comments/reviews but felt on this occasion the need to let others who might be put off that all of the negative comments ab I normally don’t bother to post user comments/reviews but felt on this occasion the need to let others who might be put off that all of the negative comments about this product have not been backed up by my experience. As far as I am concerned this numeric keypad works perfectly and looks and feels good to go with it. Despite what some say, it works fine on OS X El Capitan, in my case using a Mac Air. I agree with the experience others have had that the Apple OS bluetooth pairing process does not recognize that the keypad is not a full keyboard (as it initially does with two Logitech Bluetooth keyboards I have paired too), and asks you to push keys that are not there, but this is just how the Apple process always works and all you need to do is push any key until the advice that the device is not recognized appears and then allows it to be set to a US default setting as prompted. Also, the keypad was fully recognized by my Windows PC immediately, and thus can be used on both operating systems. I hope other buyers are not put off by the many negative reviews about this product as I nearly was, and I am glad I took the risk and ignored them and favored the more positive comments!

      • Written by Murray F from Lower Hutt

      3 of 4 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?This numeric keypad works perfectly and looks and feels good!

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