Excerpt: This is a test of the new MacAlly iKey Slim. And the verdict is: Winning! (Assuming your work is a Charlie Sheen-sized binge of typing, that is.) I've been a big MacAlly fan for years, and this is my third or fourth MacAlly keyboard. If there's one thing I'd change, it's that the keyboard is kind of loud -- substantially louder than my previous iKey keyboards.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Great Features, Highly Compatible, Reliable Performance
Excerpt: This is for use in my home office. I like an extended keyboard. I was disappointed that my new 2011 iMac came with a standard keyboard. I ordered this to replace it. I don't like the feel of this keyboard. I used it for one day, then gave it away. I ended up keeping my Apple extended keyboard that came with my 2006 iMac. If you are picky about how your keyboard feels, you might want to reconsider this purchase.
Excerpt: This is an all around basically good solid keyboard. You get the feeling that this would stand up to almost anything. I have not had mine long enough to say this is true but I am very pleased so far. Everyone should own one of these for a back up. You know how a keyboard spill accident can happen. Well you want one or even two of these around to back you up for sure, at this price everyone could afford to do this.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Highly Compatible, Reliable Performance
Excerpt: I bought this because it was cheap, worth every penny. I love the feel of it, took no time to get used to it. Having weird fingers, I can only type fast on certain keyboards, and this is one of the fastest I can type with.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Highly Compatible, Reliable Performance
Excerpt: I really like this keyboard. I use it with my iMac at home as a replacement for the bluetooth keyboard it comes with. I love the way the bluetooth keyboard feels, but there are two issues with it that this wired keyboard have corrected: no number pad and difficulty getting to the OS chooser screen on my dual-boot machine.