Reviews and Problems with Apple Wireless Keyboard (MC184)
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Apple Bluetooth Keyboard
3 August 2013
Summary: This is awesome unit. got one today. been wanting one forever. It says in the description it needs 2 AA batts, this is incorrect. it needs 3 AA batts. It is very slim and lightweight. This unit helps you to leave your laptop at home when travelling IF you are using a note 2, not an iphone in my opinion. I need to be able to add a demo of what I do for business and the iphone and ipad prevent that. Without that I would have to drag my laptop with.
Summary: This is a great wireless keyboard. It looks great. The batteries last a long time, even with daily use. I highly recommend this for anyone who needs a wireless keyboard without a numerical keypad.
Summary: I had reservations getting this since I was used to working on the standard wired PC keyboard. Don't miss the calculator number keys nearly as much as I anticipated. I have pretty good size hands. But since I'm used to working on an Asus 1000Eee keyboard, the adjustment was minimal and an easy switch. If you're going from a full size, full push keyboard, there may be some adjustment time.
Great for muscle memory, desk space, and amazing battery life.
Valentin Baca "My opinions are my own. They'r..., Amazon
5 April 2013
Summary: I got this for work so I wouldn't have to adjust to another keyboard's key layout when I plug in my Macbook Pro. The size is good for those who never use the number keypad. This lets you have your mouse just a couple of inches away from your home-row. The battery life is unreal. After a month my battery life is still showing 100% I only manually turn it off when I leave for the weekend. Also works with any bluetooth device like a charm.
Summary: I travel a lot and am always looking for ways to be more productive on the road. It's getting harder and harder to use my laptop on planes these days given cramped seats and seat recliners. I'd love to use my iPad to respond to emails and such. However, I found it cumbersome to type on the screen. I wanted a keyboard but not one that's integrated into the case.
Summary: I needed to replace my laptop and since I don't do much on it, I decided to swap it out with a tablet and a nice keyboard. It took a few tries to get my android tablet and this keyboard to recognise one another, but now they work perfectly together. I have nothing to complain about there.
Summary: Don't hate me for this review. I am not an apple user; I bought this for my teen-age son, but I will pass along his review which he gave me as he walked by: "I love it, Mom, it's awesome." Now, take that as an extreme compliment, because if there had been anything whatsoever to say negative about the thing, he would have done so. Trust me.
Summary: I love this keyboard. I'm 37, I've been using computers for 20 years, and I've never had a nicer keyboard... except for the travel. The keys don't go as deep as some of the older IBM keyboards. Still, it's a Bluetooth, it accepts the bilingual Hebrew/English keyboard skin from my MacBook Pro, and it lasts a long time (weeks? months?) on a single set of batteries. I can't complain.