Belkin Wireless YourType Numeric Keypad for iMac and MacBook

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  • Overview

    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.

    Highlights

    Bluetooth connection

    28 well-spaced, comfortable keys

    Quick installation

    Matches the Apple wireless keypad

    2 years warranty

    Did You Notice?

    The Belkin Wireless YourType Numeric Keypad matches the Apple wireless keypad.

    Apple Recommends For

    Wireless connection to your iMac or MacBook.

    What’s in the Box

    Belkin Wireless Numeric KeyPad

    2 x AA Batteries

    Quick-install guide

    Tech Specs

    Connections: Bluetooth 2.0

    Height: 18 mm

    Length: 129 mm

    Width: 131 mm

    Weight: 173 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: F8T067tt

    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 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 your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law.

  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
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    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      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 first tested it on) and again on m 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

      10 of 11 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Badly thought through and untested, could use a driver!!

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Frustrating at first but now love it

      The quick start guide which came with it was nigh on useless - all it said was put in batteries and pair. As a result I had a device which thought it was a ke The quick start guide which came with it was nigh on useless - all it said was put in batteries and pair. As a result I had a device which thought it was a keyboard and wanted me to press the key next to the space bar! After a bit of searching on the belkin website I found that I should switch bluetooth off and then on again. As all the input devices I have are blue tooth, I abandoned that idea. I tried various tricks like taking the batteries out and putting them in again, pairing it again until I hit on the plan to disconnect it and reconnect it and then it realised what it really was and began working perfectly. I worry that a lot of people would have given up before getting to this stage though. Now it works just fine and will make life much easier being able to input numbers.

      • Written by Barbara B from Bradford

      8 of 8 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Frustrating at first but now love it

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Does the job but quality is missing

      It's fine. It does the job. However, they keys are, well, just a bit rough. They feel cheap and the characters printed on it are blurry. Having said all that. I It's fine. It does the job. However, they keys are, well, just a bit rough. They feel cheap and the characters printed on it are blurry. Having said all that. It does work. But it doesn't have that cutting edge quality feel you want next to your iMac 5k

      • Written by Neale H from THATCHAM

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Does the job but quality is missing

    • 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

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Does the job but quality is missing

      It's fine. It does the job. However, they keys are, well, just a bit rough. They feel cheap and the characters printed on it are blurry. Having said all that. I It's fine. It does the job. However, they keys are, well, just a bit rough. They feel cheap and the characters printed on it are blurry. Having said all that. It does work. But it doesn't have that cutting edge quality feel you want next to your iMac 5k

      • Written by Neale H from THATCHAM

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Does the job but quality is missing

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Fine product

      Works absolutely fine for me, with my 12" Macbook. As well as giving a numeric keypad, also contains a button to go to (and select the contents of) the sea Works absolutely fine for me, with my 12" Macbook. As well as giving a numeric keypad, also contains a button to go to (and select the contents of) the search field, and a delete forward key. Shows up in the keyboard viewer when you strike a key, which is cute.

      • Written by Andrew L from South Croydon

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Fine product

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