• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Why not Black??

    • Written by from Vejstrup

    I LOVE IT! i just recived my Imac And ordered the wireless keyboard and the magic mouse with it...... and i love using it it feels nice and now that i´m getting use to the magic mouse its the best i have ewer tried.

    BUT.... my Imac is Black!! Why don´t the magic mouse come in black and the keyboard should be with black buttons!

    i´m just sad that its a mismatch.

    that "only" the look...... i love it still!!

    3 of 13 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very good, but not perfect.

    • Written by from Oxford

    The reason I purchased this keyboard is that I use my MacBook Pro keyboard so often that I eventually became used to the layout and chiclet keyboard and had a difficult time adjusting whenever I sat down to use my stationary keyboard.

    The design is great and it is sturdy and compact and I love how it can be put away in a drawer with ease whenever I want to free up space on my desk for books or papers. I have to complaints in terms of the design: (1) white keys get dirty and uglier more easily than do black keys--the keyboard should be offered in both colors; and (2) while I knew that I was getting a laptop keyboard mounted in a desktop casing, I can't help but miss having dedicated home, end and delete buttons.

    9 of 13 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from stoke on trent

    just got a new mac wireless keyboard bob on cant fault it once again apple get it right

    6 of 10 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Superb for intended use

    • Written by from Douglas

    Contrary to the impression given by some reviews this keyboard has full-size keys with standard pitch. It is just that everything extraneous that could be left off, given current technology, has been. It is basically Apple's Macbook keyboard in a minimalist housing. If you cannot use this keyboard productively then you must have a very different typing style to me.

    The short-stroke keys did feel strange at first and need a light touch. For touch-typing I am now convinced this is the best solution and I find that the design imposes less strain than typical membrane keyboards and with no loss of typing speed. My previous favourite Microsoft ergonomic keyboard now feels spongy and hard work in comparison.

    Why use a wireless keyboard at all? To reduce desk clutter and for use away from the workstation for presentations or when driving something like Logic are the 2 reasons that appeal to me. This minimalist design meets this requirement perfectly as it is small and light enough to balance on my lap or my music stand far more easily than my older, full-size "plastic tray" wireless equivalent. It is also small enough to take on the road in a typical laptop rucksack which might make sense for use with an iPad.

    I have yet to get through my first set of batteries but I suspect power management is far better than on the previous model.

    For some applications and tasks a numeric keypad can be useful so I will not be throwing away my wired full-size model. For everyday tasks this is perfectly adequate as proven by Macbook users.

    I would rate it at 4 stars as a standard keyboard (a numeric keypad can be useful and I suppose the dedicated Delete key will appeal to hunt-and-peck typists) but definitely 5 for what I perceive to be its intended applications. The final deciding point for my purchase is that it can by used with the iPad and I don't think we will be able to resist buying one of those once they are available in the UK.

    32 of 36 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    My favourite!!!

    • Written by from Walthamstow

    This keyboard is definitely my favourite keyboard that I have used....good work Apple

    10 of 14 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Not just for Mac users!

    • Written by from Sheffield

    After being very happy with the keyboard on my MacBook Pro, I bought this keyboard for my WINDOWS 7 PC

    Firstly, this WILL work with a PC (as long as you have Bluetooth v2.0 or higher), simply add device, enter the code into the keyboard then press enter! Sadly, as Apple do not officially support windows installations you will have a couple of keys mis-matched and no use of the media keys... unless... you download boot camp (free from the Apple website) and this will match up all the keys, enable media keys and even the eject button works!

    Stop complaining about the loss of a handful of keys which are not needed...

    -the row you find above 'QWERTY' are numbers, you do not need to have another set of numbers on the right too

    -'fn' + backspace will do delete

    - and prt-srn is not needed, mac users press 'cmd' + 'shift' + '4' and select the part of the screen you actually want rather than the whole screen and windows users use the snipping tool which does the same thing.

    - Compact
    - Sturdy
    - Pleasure to type on
    - Compatible with PC and Mac

    - No extra keys or numeric pad
    - Not officially supported for Windows

    As regards the cons remember Apple offer a wired keyboard with the traditional layout which is cheaper, go and buy that if that is what you need. I prefer the extra space and freedom of a small wireless board. Finally, these keyboard come with iMacs, which are Windows compatible, so by extension they work on PCs also.

    32 of 40 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product, as usual

    • Written by from Chester le Street

    Just bought this today and must say I'm very impressed. Although the keys are pretty much in the same place as the earlier wired keyboard, it seems it may take a few days to get used to how much less there is to the whole thing.

    Don't let other reviews put you off, people complaining about there not being a delete key. To delete something (not backspace), simply press the 'fn' key along with the 'backspace' key and voila, delete! It seems to me that unless everything is written out for some people, they just don't get it (hands up if you've complained there isn't a # key on Apple keyboards?? (Opt+3)).

    As expected, this keyboard has both form and function, and the fact I can stick it away in a drawer, or on the stand under my iMac, should I ever need immediate desk space, adds kudos in my opinion.

    19 of 23 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I still like it!

    • Written by from DEAL

    I purchased my wireless keyboard when they first came out and found it to be just perfect until now ... the letters are wearing off the keyboard! The i has completely disappeared; the a,s,e,d and h are fading fast. I can cope with this as I am a touch typist who learned to type on a typewriter with the keys covered but it does rather spoil the look. Has anyone else had this problem?

    As for no delete key - just highlight whatever you need to delete and hit the back space key and voila it's deleted!

    31 of 34 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Delete home end

    • Written by from brønshøj

    WHAT no delete key. Bravo probably the most used key on a normal keyboard
    No page up, page down, home, end keys.
    I just do not relax when using the keyboard, just to small.
    Design before functionality. Its a no go keyboard!

    36 of 81 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Sleek, stylish and works very well too!

    • Written by from Ross-On-Wye

    Form and function in a perfect package.

    8 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from WHITEHAVEN

    Just amazing. I know there is no numpad but you can buy a numpad of ebay that is usb so that is that problem sorted. But overall amazing.

    10 of 16 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Sleek & beautiful - no numeric keypad version - watch out on PC (tip)

    • Written by from CHIPPENHAM

    I got the keyboard with the new iMac and it is a lovely bit of kit, quite quiet and sleek. Unfortunately due to my work I need the numeric keypad so had to plug in the wired version I had and went to attach the wireless to the PC. I had a nightmare, the drivers needed updating, removing and updating over and over again and it kept losing connection on restart, with the iMac taking control over it. All I needed to do was to remove the keyboard from the Bluetooth preferences on the Mac (disconnected is not enough) which stopped it from butting in and stealing the wireless keyboard even though it had a USB version.

    I am now completely happy with it.

    17 of 27 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great keyboard (for windows too)

    • Written by from Romsey

    I use this computer for my new Windows 7 Home Theatre PC. Its absolutely great. It is small and sleek enough to be left out without being an eyesore and yet still usable without a desk. Looks brilliant and as with all my other mac stuff works without fault.

    13 of 17 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fabulous !!

    • Written by from Brackley

    Fantastic keyboard, the keys aren't too small & typing is easy. It also looks great ! You wont be disappointed, ignore the negative reviews please.

    12 of 14 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't bay this!

    • Written by from Gentofte

    Its a good design, yes yes. But this keyboard are just so onuseful. It dosen't conect well.

    9 of 77 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant keyboard!!

    • Written by from Winchester

    I received the new keyboard and magic mouse with my replacement iMac. I think the keyboard is 100% better than any previous Apple keyboard. Great feel to it, fairly quiet and a much better size. Well done Apple!!

    10 of 13 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    A very nice keyboard

    • Written by from Kitzbühel

    I really like this keyboard. The action is positive, it has a fantastically small footprint but remains large enough to use easily.
    How about bringing out the same but with a numeric keypad as I use the numeric keypad a lot at work?

    16 of 20 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love it! Functional, works well, no complaints

    • Written by from LONDON

    I've been using this keyboard for some months and love it. Works well with rechargeable batteries (so long as you know when to replace) and pairs easily with your laptop/iMac etc.

    Not really expensive as lightweight and if you wanted to use anywhere you could although you might not be able to see your screen!

    Well worth it!

    5 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not worth it

    • Written by from SANDHURST

    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.

    1856 of 3024 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great keyboard

    • Written by from London

    This keyboard is expensive, but it's bluetooth and as small as you can make a keyboard before it becomes uncomfortable. The batteries last for ages, I got one to compliment my MacBook Pro with the mStand and I have to say the combination of those along with a magic mouse is absolutely killer.

    You must understand that any piece of technology should be treated with respect, if you have children or pets then you should try and make sure they don't get near your hardware unless you want it to be broken a lot quicker than it should be.

    A keyboard is for typing on, that's it. Don't use it as a baseball bat because it will break.

    19 of 31 people found this useful