Apple Wireless Keyboard - Swedish

Apple Wireless Keyboard - Swedish

549.00 kr.

4.0 out of 5 stars

Based on 143 reviews

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Product Information

  • Use the Apple Wireless Keyboard on your desk, on your lap, or anywhere within 30 feet of your Mac or iPad — all because of its built-in Bluetooth technology. Its compact design takes up 24 per cent less space on your desktop than full-sized keyboards, so you have extra room to move the keyboard around and mouse comfortably beside it. You’ll also feel a difference when you type on its low-profile, anodised, aluminium enclosure with crisp, responsive keys. Use the function keys for one-touch access to a variety of Mac features such as screen brightness, volume, eject, play/pause, Mission Control, and Launchpad.

    The Apple Wireless Keyboard requires just two AA batteries - one less than the previous model. And its intelligent power-management system conserves battery life. So when you’re not using the keyboard, it powers down automatically. The instant you start typing, it turns on again. Use the on/off switch when you're away from your computer for a long time.

  • What's in the Box?

    • Apple Wireless Keyboard
    • Two AA batteries
    • Printed documentation
  • Tech Specs

    Connections

    • Wireless
  • System Requirements

    • Mac OS X v.10.6.8 or later
    • Existing keyboard and mouse for initial set up
    • iPad; Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer
    • Aluminium Keyboard Software Update 2.0

Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (4.0 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Not a Bad Bit of Kit

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Got this about 2 months ago and am very pleased with it. Its small sleek design is very nice to look at and typing on the keyboard Got this about 2 months ago and am very pleased with it. Its small sleek design is very nice to look at and typing on the keyboard is a pleasure requiring the lease amount of effort when compared to other bog standard keyboards you get with some PC Keyboards.

    I have the Wired keyboard and the Wireless keyboard (one for office and one for home). When compared against one another the keys on the Wireless are a little more stiff but not to the point that it is annoying. The Wireless does not come with a USB hub like the Wired but to be honest I never really use it so I don't really miss it. It doesn't come with a Num pad either but again I never really use it when I have it.

    Since I have had it I have not needed to change the batteries, this is probable due to the power down feature on the keyboard when your not using it, but it only takes a second to wake up when you press a key. I would consider myself a "Power User" and use my computer all day every day and was quite surprised I didn't have to change the batteries yet.

    If you need an Apple keyboard get this one, you won't miss the USB Hub, the batteries in it last for ages. It's quite neat and tidy so if you stuck for space on your desk this is the best option.

    • Written by from Tullamore

    1145 of 1295 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Not a Bad Bit of Kit
  • Hats off to Apple

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This keyboard is hands down, the best ever keyboard i've used to date.

    The following things is what makes this product special This keyboard is hands down, the best ever keyboard i've used to date.

    The following things is what makes this product special/unique:
    - AMAZING battery life (I would consider myself a 'heavy' users i.e. 12 hours a day
    - Stylish
    - Small
    - Keys are very friendly to type on
    - Easy installation

    • Written by from GLASGOW

    1072 of 1222 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Hats off to Apple
  • Not worth it

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    I'm very disappointed with this device. I got this along with a brand new iMac and it really lets the side down. Basically Apple h I'm very disappointed with this device. I got this along with a brand new iMac and it really lets the side down. Basically Apple have put design above functionality and for daily users this is a real bind. I waited over a month after getting this to see if I'd get used to it, but sadly no, its PANTS. I'm sad to say there are better keyboards than this.

    Negatives :

    Way too small. I find I make loads of typos using the small keys and find I have to go back and re type. Its knocked my productivity on the head and I've now replaced with a third party keyboard.

    No delete key !! Come on Apple 'What on Earth are you doing here ? '. This is unacceptable to expect users to press two keys to do the same as we did before with one key. I hope you listen to this for the next keyboard.

    Not up to the same standard as the rest of my Apple products.

    Positives :

    Its wireless and the wireless works well.

    Nice design.

    • Written by from SANDHURST

    1856 of 3021 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Not worth it
  • Wireless Keyboard design flaw

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    I've had my wireless keyboard now for about 2 years. In essence it is fine but a design fault appears to be if and when the AA bat I've had my wireless keyboard now for about 2 years. In essence it is fine but a design fault appears to be if and when the AA batteries inside corrode - they get stuck and seems impossible to them get out. It's a shame to have to keep replacing peripherals because of design flaws. I shall go back to an Apple wired keyboard when I visit the store tomorrow to replace it.

    • Written by from SURBITON
    Was this useful? Wireless Keyboard design flaw
  • Keyboard

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just receive my new keyboard- fantastic quality and all working so awesome, fully recommend

    • Written by from Southsea,Portsmouth
    Was this useful? Keyboard
  • Replacement for badly designed previous model

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    If anyone's looking at getting this keyboard because they're previous (3 battery) one has died - try inserting a little roll of ti If anyone's looking at getting this keyboard because they're previous (3 battery) one has died - try inserting a little roll of tinfoil in before the batteries. This is a common fix for supposedly 'dead' bluetooth keyboards (badly designed by Apple).

    Unfortunately mine has complete died while changing the batteries, which isn't great. £60 down the toilet, for something I looked after well. How can changing a set of batteries kill a piece of 'high-end' electronics? Oh, that's right, it's cheap rubbish that looks nice...

    Very disappointing

    • Written by from London
    Was this useful? Replacement for badly designed previous model