Belkin Wireless YourType Numeric Keypad for iMac and MacBook
Wireless Numeric Keypad Connection
The Belkin wireless YourType numeric keypad connects to your iMac or MacBook by Bluetooth to add command and number keys to your Apple keypad. The keypad is designed to match the Apple wireless keypad and has 28 well-spaced keys that are comfortable to use for easy typing. The Bluetooth connection means the keypad is easy and quick to set up.
28 well-spaced, comfortable keys
Matches the Apple wireless keypad
2 years warranty
What’s in the Box
Belkin Wireless Numeric KeyPad
2 x AA Batteries
Connections: Bluetooth 2.0
Height: 18 mm
Length: 129 mm
Width: 131 mm
Weight: 173 g
UPC or EAN No.: 745883702350
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Answers from the community
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
- on 25 Mar 2015
Will this keypad work with any iPad versions?
No answers yet
- Asked by Tom V from Hilversum
- on 8 Jun 2015
Can I use Insert button on it?
I'm using Virtual machine with Windows and PuTTY/VNC sessions, sometimes it's required use key combination Shift+Ins
- Asked by Dmitry T from Rostov-on-Don
- on 24 Dec 2016
Is there a way to map the FKeys on the Belkin YourType numeric keypad?
- Asked by Jordan S from Vancouver
- on 5 Dec 2013
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 from GREAT YARMOUTH
- on 13 Feb 2014
can I buy tv shows from iTunes store without apple tv
- Asked by robert L from St. thomas
- on 18 Jul 2014
Will this work in Parallels running Windows 7 on my imac? I have a generic USB keypad that won't but it works fine for the mac.
- Asked by Nick K from Perth
- on 27 Jan 2014
When you are in the PC environment in Parallels, you [sometimes] have to press the [CLEAR] key on th When you are in the PC environment in Parallels, you [sometimes] have to press the [CLEAR] key on the keypad. I guess that is the equivalent to pressing the NUM LOCK key on a PC keyboard.
- Answered by Deanna S from Riverview
- on 3 May 2014