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I touch-type at 70-80 words per minute. Has anyone who works this quickly found the flattened profile of the new keyboard difficult to adapt to?
- Asked by Lesley C from Grose Vale
- Oct 21, 2009
- Flag as inappropriate (I touch-type at 70-80 words per minute. Has anyone who works this quickly found the flattened profile of the new keyboard difficult to adapt to?)
I'm looking for the old keyboard that is not low profile. Any available?
I type at approximately 80 to 90wpm and go through 2 keyboards a year. I prefer the higher profile keyboard as opposed to the ultra thin, low profile keyboard. Where can I buy one?
- Asked by Karen F from Eureka
- Jun 14, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (I'm looking for the old keyboard that is not low profile. Any available?)
are the keys bigger on the wired numeric keyboard
My husband has large hands and the small wireless keyboard that came with my new iMac is difficult for him to type on.
- Asked by Vivian Z from Taylor
- May 20, 2014
- Flag as inappropriate (are the keys bigger on the wired numeric keyboard)
Will this work with a 1" high keyboard wrist support?
I have a nice thick wrist/palm support right under my current mac keyboard (previous gen. - the white keyboard). It lifts up my wrist to where it's almost horizontal to where my fingers touch the keys, which is great. It helps keeps my hands more relaxed.
This super flat slim-line type model here is really hot. I want it badly. But it sits verryyy low, would this conflict my wrist support? Kind of feels like it'd add a down sloping angle on my hards towards the keyboard.
I tried to test is out at an electronics store with this keyboard with some of their wrist supports, but they wouldn't let me open the packaging for the supports, could never get an accurate feel.
What do you think?
- Asked by David C from Lawrenceville
- Oct 26, 2009
- Flag as inappropriate (Will this work with a 1" high keyboard wrist support?)
my new keyboard slides away & my Apple Store says they no longer make it with rubbery pads, like the one at the store. Any work arounds?
There are 4 rubbery spots in the older keyboard.
Apple Store told me to try rubbing the slippery types with alcohal. No help.
I'm using rubber gaskets under it - hardly a svelte solution.
The keyboard is wired, with numeric keypad.
- Asked by James T from Los Angeles
- Apr 15, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (my new keyboard slides away & my Apple Store says they no longer make it with rubbery pads, like the one at the store. Any work arounds?)
Are Apple keyboards, with only a delete key, less efficient in making deletions than conventional keyboards with both a backspace and a delete key?
I have been using a Windows desktop at home and my office. Although I have never had a laptop, I have been planning to buy an Apple laptop for use when I travel. However, I recently used an Apple and found its keyboard, in one particular way, to be inferior to the standard keyboards that I have been accustomed to using. Do you agree?
A conventional keyboard has two keys to make deletions. The backspace key deletes characters to the left of the cursor. The delete key deletes characters to the right of the cursor. In contrast, the Apple keyboard has only one key to make deletions. It is the delete key and it deletes characters to the left of the cursor. It appears that if I want to delete characters to the right of the cursor, there is no way to do that directly and simply. Am I correct about that? I must either use a second key or I must first highlight the text and then delete it.
Using a non-Apple conventional keyboard, it is also possible to delete an entire word and one adjacent space in only two strokes by using a combination of the control key and the delete key. The same can be done in the other direction using the control key and the backspace key. How would these two types of deletion most efficiently be done with an Apple keyboard?
The reality seems to be that two keys to delete can operate more efficiently, in more directions, than only one (Apple). Do you agree that the Apple keyboard is less efficient in making deletions than the conventional keyboard when using Word software? What is the best way to get around that inefficiency in a MacBookPro? If there is no way around it, should this discourage me from getting an Apple since I do lots of word processing and deletions?
Does the Apple keyboard have any advantages over the conventional keyboard that I should be aware of?
- Asked by Robert J from Granger
- Feb 29, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (Are Apple keyboards, with only a delete key, less efficient in making deletions than conventional keyboards with both a backspace and a delete key?)
- Asked about: Apple Wireless Keyboard - English
KEYBOARD SOFTWARE UPDATE?
I just upgraded the software on my old Macbook Pro to Snow Leopard bc I bought an external USB keyboard (mac, with numerical keypad), and I was told that it needed 10.6.8 to work.
However, when I type on it, it does not type letters... but symbols.
Not sure if I need to do a keyboard software update... and if so, where to get such a thing.
- Asked by Aarti S from Los Angeles
- Mar 6, 2013
- Flag as inappropriate (KEYBOARD SOFTWARE UPDATE?)
Is there any way to buy the OLD keyboard with the raised keys?
I find it easier to type on the old keyboard with raised keys than the new flat keys one.
- Asked by Heidi H C from Modesto
- Jan 15, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (Is there any way to buy the OLD keyboard with the raised keys?)
Where can i buy the US English Keyboard in Europe?
I would like to buy a US Style Apple keyboard so that I have a matching key configuration between my Mac Book Pro and external keyboard.
Unfortunately the "International Keyboard" presently offered on the UK Store has some keys (return, ~, shift, \) positioned in differently which i find very annoying.
The keyboard selection for the brand new iMac's have an option for "Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad (US) and User's Guide", can anyone tell me if this keyboard is the true US style as sold in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, USA, Canada?
Could anyone point me in the direction of a store selling the US keyboard in Europe?
- Asked by Henry M from London
- Oct 20, 2009
- Flag as inappropriate (Where can i buy the US English Keyboard in Europe?)
How do you turn the keyboard on? I got an icon that popped up and said keyboard off.
Unable to type on keyboard.
- Asked by Judy M from Charlotte
- Aug 7, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (How do you turn the keyboard on? I got an icon that popped up and said keyboard off.)
Will the keyboard work using a KVM switch? what brand?
I already have an existing KVM switch but the keyboard doesn't work on that switch. I want to buy a new switch that will work on it, any idea?
- Asked by Christian D from Las Pinas
- Oct 28, 2009
- Flag as inappropriate (Will the keyboard work using a KVM switch? what brand?)
I have just bought a new Apple wired USB keyboard (the MB110B/B). Does anyone know if the is the most recent (Lion) version?
Will my old wireless iMac keyboard with number pad work on the new iMacs?
- Asked by Steve W from Petaluma
- Dec 31, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (Will my old wireless iMac keyboard with number pad work on the new iMacs?)
can I use this keyboard with the function keys for other applications. I am trying to use with putty
I am using a program for my work and want to be able to acces it at work when I am traveling. I need to be able to use function keys like on a pc keyboard. The program responds to each of the keys and no programmng is necessary. Will this new keyboard work?
- Asked by Susan H from Richmond
- May 12, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (can I use this keyboard with the function keys for other applications. I am trying to use with putty)
Can i use my wireless keyboard with numeric pad from my imac g5 with the new 27 inch imac i7
A wireless keyboard with a numeric number pad is ideal for the cad work I carry out.
- Asked by Michael R from Braunton
- Nov 22, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (Can i use my wireless keyboard with numeric pad from my imac g5 with the new 27 inch imac i7)
can you use wired keyboard with wireless mouse
just purchased new 27" imac
- Asked by Darren B from District Heights
- Feb 27, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (can you use wired keyboard with wireless mouse)
Does the numeric keyboard work wirelessly?
The product specs doesn't clarifies if the numeric keyboard is wired or not.
- Asked by M R F
- Aug 9, 2013
- Flag as inappropriate (Does the numeric keyboard work wirelessly?)