The compact Belkin YourType Bluetooth wireless keypad provides a range of 28 number, function, and document navigation keys to complement your Apple Wireless Keyboard. It pairs wirelessly with your iMac, Mac Pro, or MacBook using Bluetooth technology, so you're free to place it anywhere within range. An ideal time-saver for data entry and accounting activities, the keypad also makes an appealing design statement with its aluminum enclosure and low-profile, island-style keys.
- Adds 28 keys, including function and document navigation controls
- Wireless Bluetooth connection
- Design and feel matches existing Apple Wireless Keyboard
- Wireless keypad connects to iMac, Mac Pro, or MacBook via Bluetooth
- Low-profile, island-style keys
- Includes two AA batteries
Did you notice?They keyboard pairs wirelessly via Bluetooth, so you're free to place it wherever is convenient and comfortable within range.
Apple Recommends ForEasily add command and number keys to your existing Apple Wireless Keyboard.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin YourType Bluetooth Wireless Keypad
- Two AA batteries
- Quick install guide
- Connections: Bluetooth 2.0
- Height: 0.71 in/18 mm
- Width: 5.15 in/131 mm
- Weight: 6.1 oz
- Length: 5.07 in/129 mm
- Mfr. Part Number: F8T067tt
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868987988
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited
Ratings & Reviews
Nicely done, except...
the lack of battery percentage like the Apple keyboard and trackpad. You don't know how much battery is left until it just stops the lack of battery percentage like the Apple keyboard and trackpad. You don't know how much battery is left until it just stops working. Otherwise, I like it. …
- Written by David J from Queens Village
259 of 281 people found this useful
I thought the wireless keypad would be a great accessory with my wireless keyboard. In fact I ordered it twice hoping it would wo I thought the wireless keypad would be a great accessory with my wireless keyboard. In fact I ordered it twice hoping it would work. The first time it would only stayed connect to my computer for a few minutes, never long enough to use. Two calls to the help number included in the package proved fruitless. I spent 45 minutes on the phone with them, after 2 hours of trying myself -- no good. They even have the supervisor on the line. It wouldn't stay connected, so I returned it. A few weeks later I ordered another one. ( I dreamed of a wireless numeral keypad.) The second one never connected at all. So I returned it also. Neither one worked. Very disappointing. …
- Written by John R from Cedar Rapids
247 of 298 people found this useful
keypad have almost apple finish but the key strokes doesn't feel like apple keystrokes
- Written by Aiman N from Burlingame
180 of 226 people found this useful
I own two - One still works
Less than 12 months into owning this, one of the two units I purchased has stopped working. At first, it failed to connect to blu Less than 12 months into owning this, one of the two units I purchased has stopped working. At first, it failed to connect to bluetooth. I'd manually have to rediscover it. It would work for a session. I'd have to repeat that each session. Sometimes a key would stick (not physically - all keys were fine visually) and the Mac would sound like a machine gun until I opened Settings to undiscover the number pad. What a pain. What a disappointment. The one that still works is pure perfection and I dread the day it too stops working. I guess I should give this a 2-1/2 star rating since I'm currently 1 for 2, but I really think any failure (and it would appear from the reviews, mine is far from an isolated case) should be reported as a 1 star rating. And yet NO OTHER VENDOR (including Apple) has addressed the obvious need for this product!? What am I not understanding about 10-key number pads here? C'mon, Apple. Step-up! …
- Written by Rich C from Granbury
Don't Buy it!!!
After working with the wireless Belkin Keypad for a year, it safe to say after chances given "Don't buy it!". Apple should call Be After working with the wireless Belkin Keypad for a year, it safe to say after chances given "Don't buy it!". Apple should call Belkin to the Round table and give them a tongue lashing and tell them to "Step up and contact Our customer and make it right!'. I only bought it because I thought Apple back it up and I even gave it a extended chance. I work with customers live over the phone and on chat line, and I get credit card information and my calls are monitored, how embarrassing that I have to ask them to repeat the Credit info because the kepad lagged and didn't record the numbers correctly! How disappointing for Apple to allow this! I will never buy another Belkin product and it makes me wonder who in Apple is the Bedfellow with this Company? Shame on you guys!! …
- Written by ROBERT P from CHICAGO
1 of 1 people found this useful
Also very disapointing
I bought this wireless keypad, because I use a lot of financial data.
A wireless keypad is very handy.
Unfortunaly the keypad wo I bought this wireless keypad, because I use a lot of financial data.
A wireless keypad is very handy.
Unfortunaly the keypad would conect to my Imac and when it does sometimes
it is only for a few moments.
I realy can not recommend this item, if you want soemthing like this, please look further.
I find it a waste of good money and not price worthy. …
- Written by Wim G from Almere
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
can I buy tv shows from iTunes store without apple tv
- Asked by Robert L from St. Thomas
- Jul 18, 2014
Is there a way to map the FKeys on the Belkin YourType numeric keypad?
- Asked by Jordan S from Vancouver
- Dec 5, 2013
To program the function keys F13 to F16, open keyboard preferences, click on the shortcut tab, Selec To program the function keys F13 to F16, open keyboard preferences, click on the shortcut tab, Select a preference in the left hand pane, then select a shortcut and press tab, this will open a box and you can then press the key you want to use for the shortcut. To give an example I clicked on Mission Control in the left hand pane I then highlighted show desktop in the right hand pane and pressed tab to open the box, I then pressed the F14 key on my Belkin keypad and closed keyboard preferences, and know when I hit the F14 key it shows my desktop. I worked this out myself as Belkin UK do not answer any emails, and their support is non existent. Hope this helps. …
- Answered by Melvyn N
- Feb 13, 2014
Will this keypad work with VMware Fusion & Windows 8.1 Pro running on a Macbook Pro 15" w/Retina?
- Asked by Johnny A P from Boardman
- Mar 19, 2014
It works fine on my iMac running VMWare Fusion and Windows 8.1 Pro. (I had to press the CLEAR key (b It works fine on my iMac running VMWare Fusion and Windows 8.1 Pro. (I had to press the CLEAR key (box with cross in it) then it worked fine. Perhaps this is interpreted as Num Lock. …
- Answered by Richard T
- May 27, 2014
Will this work with an MacBook air??
- Asked by Kelly D from Rolling Prairie
- Feb 2, 2014
yes I just purchased this for my MacBook Air 11 inch last week and it works great
- Answered by Joseph B from Chesterfield
- Oct 6, 2014
Does it work with the ""Twelve South MagicWand"?
- Asked by Clementino Q from Natal
- Jan 7, 2014
No, unfortunately this is not possible because of the thicker size
- Answered by Julian D
- Jan 8, 2014
Will this work in Parallels running Windows 7 on my imac? I have a generic USB keypad that won't but it works fine for the mac.
- Asked by Nick K from Perth
- Jan 26, 2014
When you are in the PC environment in Parallels, you [sometimes] have to press the [CLEAR] key on th When you are in the PC environment in Parallels, you [sometimes] have to press the [CLEAR] key on the keypad. I guess that is the equivalent to pressing the NUM LOCK key on a PC keyboard.
- Answered by Deanna S from Riverview
- May 3, 2014