Excerpt: The Good Excellent typing feel. Best keyboard I've used in 15 years. 3 port USB 2.0 hub. Shows option-combinations on keys. Solidly built-may last longer than your computer. The Bad Noisy. Expensive. A long time ago, Apple made great keyboards. The Apple Extended and Extended II keyboards were the best; you could type on them all day, and not feel tired.
Pros: Excellent typing feel., Best keyboard I've used in 15 years., 3 port USB 2.0 hub., Shows option-combinations on keys., Solidly built-may last longer than your computer.
Excerpt: Keyboards are very personal computer peripherals. The criteria you use to choose your keyboard can be very different than the criteria I use to choose mine. There are plenty of keyboards but most people use the Apple keyboard that came with their Mac. While the current Apple keyboards are fine, other keyboard manufacturers offer different functions, keys and options.
Excerpt: (1 items) If you’re a veteran Mac user, you’re familiar with Apple’s legendary Extended keyboards (code-named USS Enterprise, Saratoga, and Nimitz for their massive size). Fans of these ADB keyboards kept them alive with adapters, prayer, and spit because of their terrific feel and speed. Many feel that Apple’s subsequent keyboards were mushy in comparison. Fortunately, Matias’ Tactile Pro keyboards offered a feel similar to the Apple Extended keyboards.
Pros: Fast, 3 USB 2.0 ports, Full complement of traditional keys, Responsive, Alternate characters printed on keycaps
Cons: Loud, No extra media- or special-feature keys