Reviews and Problems with Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad (MB110)
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I would never use a wireless bluetooh keyboard again.
Ward, B&H Photo
1 November 2015
Excerpt: Apple's wired keyboards are far more solid and long-lasting than its wireless keyboards. You can expect this to last for years without being damaged by the least thing as an Apple wireless keyboard would.
Excerpt: The Apple keyboard is nice. I prefer this wired-type keyboard, rather than the need to replace batteries at the most inopportune time. I was hoping to find another keyboard -- similar to this but not so thin, as this is -- for my Mac but none had the included USB ports for the mouse.
Excerpt: This product will get the job done. It is wired so don't expect to use it if your mac is not close. The problem with most apple product are the wires. The wire attached to the keyboard is a terrible design (from a business stand point, great to make money off of.
Excerpt: You'd think that making a good keyboard is a no-brainer, but I'm always surprised at how many keyboards aren't so great. This one is. It's stylish, understated, slim, works great, and … well … it's what I want in a keyboard. What else is there to say?
Pros: Easy To Configure, Lightweight, Quiet, Versatile
Excerpt: I love the looks, feel and the USB ports that are on the side of this keyboard. The only reason why I will not give it 5 stars is because if you spill a little amount of water on it, it will be toast.
Excerpt: Someone donated an iMac to our nonprofit and it came with the small wireless keyboard. While I use the same wireless keyboard at home, I wanted the larger keyboard with the numeric features for work. Couldn't be happier with the product and feel of the keyboard.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Configure, Lightweight, Quiet