• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Super futuristic looking keyboard. Great build quality.

    • Written by from Pensacola

    Actually bought this for my Windows laptop for home use. While doing audio production it is nice to have a large format keyboard since most music software works much faster with shortcut keys. The backlighting is outstanding and the keys have a solid feel to them. After owning a Logitech K740 which had problems with its palm rest degrading into a tacky mess after a few years it is nice this palm rest will not have those issues.One star off because it really is unfortunate this keyboard is at one angle and cannot be adjusted. I prefer my keyboards flat. Plan on having some decent elbow room for this as it takes up some desk real estate for sure. It not having USB ports is fine for me, but it is a bit strange there are none on such a large keyboard. It also comes with a dust cover/wipe for the keys which is a nice touch. Overall, very satisfied with this product.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    It IS backlit on the keys~

    • Written by from Berkeley

    There is one review that the keys are not backlit, but that is incorrect. You have to press F5/F6 to increase the brightness of the keyboard. Trust me, the keys are backlit for typing in dark rooms. My office has motion detectors to turn the lights off when no one is in the room-- problem is, it is a terrible motion detector and it constantly turns off the lights when we are working, even if we move around. This keyboard was an unexpected lifesaver for that, I'm the only one in the office that can still see the keys!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    LOVE IT!!!

    • Written by from Kennewick

    Neatly packed and Simply Beautiful to look at just plug it in and it starts glowing you can Adjust the Brightness or turn off Lights completely, the glassy part can get finger prints on it pretty easy but Im naturally a clean person and don't mind a quick cleaning every once in a while so its all good:) and they also include a handy little Wipey Rag so yea This is a must buy. Trust me its cool:]]

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    If Using Windows Do Not Buy!!!!!

    • Written by from Brisbane

    If you are running Windows this keyboard is totally useless! One cannot open the DVD draw!! What use is it if you can't open the DVD draw?

    Really!! Is one meant to keep a Mac keyboard connected just to open the DVD draw? If Moshi wants to "help" they should stop selling this as a Windows compatible keyboard. IT IS NOT COMPATIBLE ENOUGH!!!!!!

    I'm a bit disappointed in Apple selling this in their store with the claims made by Moshi being so misleading.

    But how wonderful of Apple to immediately arrange a full refund, no questions asked!!!!

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Best wired keyboard

    • Written by from Hawthorn

    Really nice to type on and looks pretty good with the black bezel around the Thunderbolt screen. Not sure that the backlighting is much more than a gimmick and i would prefer it without the perspex piece as it is a bit tacky. But overall best keyboard since the Logitech DiNovo Edge i replaced it with.

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Keys are not in their normal location

    • Written by from Long Beach

    If you use a lot of keyboard shortcuts...be aware that the CONTROL, OPTION and CMD keys are not in the exact same location as the standard Mac keyboard. Even the space bar is slightly moved to the left. This takes some time to re-learn the location which I wasn't expecting. There is also an additional FN key on the right side which is not on a standard keyboard. I seem to keep hitting that when trying to find the CONTROL key. Otherwise the design is cool and the quality seems to be quite good. Also, there is no USB hub like on the standard Mac keyboard.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very nice

    • Written by from High point

    Very nice keyboard so far. keys are responsive and not hard to push, the illumination is awesome. This keyboard is sleek and very nice looking and have yet to find anything wrong with it.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    The keys aren't really backlit.

    • Written by from Sturgis

    Maybe I'm just not easily impressed - but this keyboard seems like a completely average piece of equipment to me. I give it a downgrade for deceptive advertising though. I bought it thinking the actual characters on the keys were backlit - little glowing letters and symbols. They do not. What is "backlit" is just the base of the keyboard - which actually makes the characters on the keys harder to see if you should ever like to glance down at them. Otherwise, what it is is a bunch of poorly marked black keys suspended in a silly light-up base. And even the light-up base is pretty underwhelming.
    It functions otherwise as any plain old keyboard. *yawn* I returned mine. If the characters had REALLY been backlit - THAT would have been cool and improved functionality. As it is, it's an overpriced bauble for those who just are awestruck by most anything.

    32 of 42 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Even better than expected!

    • Written by from King

    My extended Apple keyboard was quite aged and the white keys were turning yellow. I wondered why Apple didn't offer a great keyboard with black keys so I searched the net for an alternative to purchase. I found this Moshi Luna keyboard. I installed it last night... so easy. After plugging it into the USB of my display it prompted me for two keys to press and that was it. The set-up was complete. Wow, what a keyboard! The craftsmanship is immaculate. The adjustable glow from the backlight is awesome. I highly recommend this brand to anyone looking for an alternative and stylish keyboard. Functionally the tactile feel of the keys is PERFECT. I buy Apple products for their simplicity, functionality and superb quality. This Moshi Luna keyboard is all that and MORE!

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great replacement

    • Written by from Westport

    The std keyboard with my iMac died and thus needed a replacement. The extra $30 was very well spent and I really like the number pad inclusion and regular delete button.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Smooth, Light, Type

    • Written by from Fayetteville

    WOW! Super nice. Totally illuminated. I love the glass extension that lights the edge all around the keyboard. I'm a heavy-handed typist, so I'm glad to have a keyboard that's "got some meat on it's bones!" Liked the keyboard that came with my mac, but I always felt that I'd snap it in two, and I could never get quite use to the feeling of the keys. But this Moshi is much Mo-Better. For someone who learned to type on one of the old "ding-slap-jobs" I can say that I appreciate the flow of this board. Great work Moshi, thanks!

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great keyboard but CAPS LOCK indicator lets it down

    • Written by from WAIKIKI

    I must agree with most of the reviews here and wont repeat what has already been said. BUT as a visually impaired person my only major fault is the CAPS LOCK light indicator is not obvious, so I may type something and not realize THAT I HAVE HIT CAPS LOCK next time place it in the middle of the upper keyboard or adapt software that tells you onscreen that you have enabled caps lock :)


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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Moshi Luna Keyboard Blows the Rest Away

    • Written by from Simi Valley

    I just hooked up my Moshi Luna Keyboard and the word impressed is not enough. It is the best keyboard on the market to support you iMac. I have the standard wireless keyboard from Apple and obviously does the job. Then I decided to go with an after market keyboard, two in fact. One was the Logitech K-750 Solar and the other was the smaller Logitech Wireless Bluetooth Solar. Both were O.K. but I am never satisfied until I find what is perceived to be the best so far and that is the Moshi Luna Keyboard.
    The design is well thought out (a little large) but if you have the desk space it's not a big deal. The feel of the keyboard is awesome. The illuminated keyboard is bright and makes it easy to type in a dimly lit room. The $100.00 is a little pricey but in this case you get what tou pay for. A great buy. I assume this will be my last keyboard for a long time. Buy one you will feel the same as I do.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Keyboard

    • Written by from Castle Rock

    If you want a backlit keyboard, the Luna is the best one for a Mac. It feels natural, in fact better than Apples's own keyboard. The lighting is great. It is a USB keyboard because of the backlighting, the only drawback I see. Much better than Apple's own keyboards, especially if you want to have the keys backlit and see them while you are typing at night. I got used to backlit keyboards with my Macbook Pro and must have a backlit keyboard. Packaging is as good as Apple's and instructions are clear. Highly recommended.

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice but issues

    • Written by from Fort Smith

    Just fired up my nice new Moshi keyboard.
    I tried it on my Windows 7 PC but it would not work - would not even boot up.
    It came with no info or instructions so I figured it was up to me.
    I tried it on my MacBook Pro.
    Plugged it in and nothing - messed with it for a while and checked The Google - still nothing.
    At my wits end I pressed the Luna key and behold, it gave commands. After a few steps it was finally recognized and working.
    But not the mousepad - I had to connect an external mouse for that - which I usually do anyway so no big deal. Just odd.
    I like my old Mac keyboard a bit better - slightly more refined key action. But this Luna is still nice.
    It is frustrating that keystrokes for cut and paste do not work though - have to use the right mouse button for that. Or is there a fix for that too?
    I am a writer and I love the backlit keys on my MacBook. It allows me to work at night and on the plane on long trips. I just ordered a MacBook Air because of that - I would have tried the new Microsoft Surface but they do not offer backlit keys. Mac is always a step higher in design quality it seems.
    But why don't they make an Apple backlit ext. keyboard? Bizzare.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Omaha

    Just kidding it is almost PERFECT!

    The only qualms are: that it is not wireless & that Moshi does not offer the keyboard in a black & silver modern color scheme that many of Apple desktop/laptop & displays resemble today.

    quality weight and construction, easy on the palms and perfect smooth keystrokes.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Close, but not quite

    • Written by from Vancouver

    I have waited years for an illuminated keyboard with Mac keys, and the Luna does not disappoint. I like the keyboard very much, and I can now work with dim lighting ion my office as I prefer.

    It's not perfect, however. There is one design "feature" that is causing me problems. That is the illuminated "luna" in the bottom left corner of the space bar. The problem is that when I want to press the Command key I am used to looking for the first symbol to the left of what is normally a blank space bar. I am using my peripheral vision, so I am not seeing details, I am just seeing the symbols on the keyboard. Because the space bar has "luna" on it, I see that as the first symbol and end up pressing the space bar instead of the Command key. Or I end up pressing Command instead of Option when I'm looking for the second symbol to the left of the space bar. I'm going to have to figure out how to cover over the illuminated "luna" without making the keyboard look ugly in daylight.

    There are a few other problems. The keys in the bottom row don't line up the same as they do on the Apple keyboard so I sometimes hit the wrong key because I'm not used to the spacing. The Fn key is inexplicably stuck between the Option and Control keys on the right side. The volume keys worked for a while, but now don't do anything.

    The clear plastic around the edges of the keyboards can be damaged, so it should be treated carefully. My first keyboard arrived with a chunk of the clear plastic broken off and rattling around in the box. Apple replaced the keyboard right away, but it made me a bit concerned about the ability of the keyboard to withstand any accidental bumps.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Vancouver

    Absolutely fantastic. The keyboard feel is identical to the stock Apple keyboard. Lowest light level is perfect for typing in the dark. The highest brightest is too bright for me.
    I wish it had a usb port or two.
    Fit and finish is superb and the packaging is on the same level as Apple packaging.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Hands down the best rubber-dome backlit keyboard for Mac.

    • Written by from Walnut

    I wish this was a mechanical keyboard with Cherry Red MX switches, but maybe I am asking for too much. As rubber-dome keyboards for Mac go, this is one of the best keyboards out there. One, the look and feel of the keyboard is slick and very Apple-esque. Two, the backlights are fantastically laid out and just look downright sexy in the dark. The white light bleeds to the edges of the clear plastic and looks like something out of Tron. Three, it is a full sized keyboard, meaning all buttons are given proper size. One thing I hate, is how small the arrow keys are on official Apple keyboards. This Moshi Luna offers a full size numeric pad as well.

    Cons? Not every keyboard is perfect. Due to how shiny and reflective the black and clear plastic surface is, this keyboard is prone to finger prints and hand smudges. If you care how your keyboard looks, you might be finding your self wiping this keyboard down more often than not. As a plus, in the box, they provide a nice micro-fiber towel that covers the keys on your keyboard while you are away.

    There are a total of 5 light settings for the backlights on the keyboard. [f5] lowers the brightness setting while [f6] increases the brightness.
    1 - OFF
    2 - 25%
    3 - 50%
    4 - 75%
    5 - 100%
    Pressing [f6] over 5 times does not forcibly cycle through the brightnesses. Instead it just stays at 100% until [f5] is pressed, and vice versa.

    The keyboard requires a quick set-up when plugged into my Mac. The Mac kept detecting the keyboard with a Japanese layout, but just forcibly selecting US Keyboard was easy enough. I've been using it for a few days now and haven't noticed anything out of the ordinary.

    I have the philosophy that user interface peripherals need to be comfortable and functional. Don't worry about the cost; buy the best you can possibly afford and make sure your typing experience is a good one.

    This review was typed with the Moshi Luna Backlit Keyboard and I am loving every keystroke.

    24 of 26 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    If you want to get it...get it!

    • Written by from Whitby

    i just purchased this keyboard and so far so good. The keys are a little lighter than typing on a macbook pro keyboard so it takes getting use too, nonetheless, having a backlit keyboard is great! You can't lose with that! It makes typing in low lighting much easier. The design is very sleek and contemporary and very light weight. Also, having the keyboard on a slant is easy on the wrists.

    And for those that are having trouble with using the MAC quick keys for LION OS: the mission control key works fine on its own; but to use the dashboard icon you have to hit function before pressing the key. I

    All in all I think it was worth getting this keyboard because it is compatible with both windows and mac for those boot campers out there. No weird performance issues to report.

    22 of 22 people found this useful