Works better than a similar Kensington, even for PC
jw2k_fr, B&H Photo
22 June 2015
Excerpt: I originally purchased a Kensington KP400 (B&H# KEK72322US) for use with a PC via Bluetooth. The main problem was that it seemed to go to sleep to quickly, and that I frequently had to repress keys to get those entries seen by the PC. I ended up returning the Kensington and got this Macally instead.
Cons: This terrible design is uncomfortable to use. The keys are slightly too sticky and high, and the function key is in an inconvenient place at the bottom left. I couldn't even plug this in my computer, because the minute I put my fingers on the keys, I hated it with such a passion that I went back ...
Excerpt: Hi, I'm very pleased with the performance and convenience of my Macally extended wireless keyboard. I can use it to control my iMac from across my studio, which is the main reason why I bought it. Thanks, Ted Schempp
Pros: Durable, Easy Connectivity, Ergonomic, Fast Connection, Versatile
Excerpt: This Keyboard was a gift to my Dad. It was so simple to setup, he did it himself and was able to get up and running practicing Mavis Beacon on a keyboard that felt more natural to him than the ultra-slim one found on his laptop and the software keyboard on his iPad.
Excerpt: For Mac users a keyboard with number pad and bluetooth combined is a bit of a hard find. This keyboard does everything it's meant to but it just doesn't look or feel quite right. It functions as it's meant to and has some handy shortcut keys that are very useful and not found on the Mac version.
Pros: Great Features, Includes Batteries, Simple Connectivity
Cons: Looks Like A Pc Keyboard, Noisy, Sounds Like A Pc Keyboard