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Does the Belkin keypad work with El Capitan OS x on a macbook pro?
- Asked by Marie B from Mount Gilead
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The 'Keypad' wireless connects to iMac, Mac Pro, or MacBook. Will it work with my Mac Mini?
I run several Mac Minis with wireless keyboards. I have long asked Apple for a '10 key' wireless keyboard for those of us that enter a lot of numerical data. This unit MAY work for me BUT the ad is vague. Why list only 3 computers if compatibility is 'platform wide'?
IF I can use the 'Keypad' I will construct a 'stand' to hold the wireless keyboard, wireless Track Pad AND the Keypad which will keep the unit together as one unit for those times any computer operator must move around the office.
- Asked by Curt R from Fredericktown
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Can I use this with the MagicWand by TwelveSouth?
I am looking to put this keypad and the Apple Wireless Keyboard together using the MagicWand by putting the keypad in place of the designated area for the Apple Trackpad. Is this possible?
- Asked by Minh L from Morgan City
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Is this keypad compatible with my macbook pro?
- Asked by Susan B from Milford
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Does this just replicate the number keys on the keyboard or is it a "true" keypad?
I have purchased two other keypads, trying to find one that will work as a true keypad. A true keypad works like the keypad on a full-size keyboard: apps like Excel that can assign different functions to the numeric pad, and especially Windows (either in Boot Camp or in a virtual machine) can use the keypad to enter non-standard characters. In Windows, you can't expect to use a keyboard shortcut to get certain characters like a cent sign or an e with an accent, but you can hold down ALT and type a 4-digit code ON THE KEYPAD (not the main keyboard) to enter other characters. I rely on this in a lot of Windows apps, and have had to switch back to my wired Apple keyboard. (I have not found any good quality wireless full size keyboards, either!)
- Asked by Donald J from Vancouver
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Does the external numeric keypad support by Window 10 using VMware fusion?
- Asked by Tien Lin S from Mississauga
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Since several reviews indicated they could not get this to work, what is the warranty for returns if I can not get this keypad to work with my Mac?