Apple Wireless Keyboard - Portuguese

Apple Wireless Keyboard - Portuguese

$69.00

3.5 out of 5 stars

Based on 1156 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 percent less space on your desktop than full-size keyboards, so you have extra room to move the keyboard around and mouse comfortably alongside of it. You’ll also feel a difference when you type on its low-profile anodized aluminum 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 automatically powers down. The instant you start typing, it turns back on. 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
    • Aluminum Keyboard Software Update 2.0

Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (3.5 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Best keyboard I have used.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I can type on this keyboard faster and with fewer mistakes than any other I have used. I used to think the keyboard in my old Pow I can type on this keyboard faster and with fewer mistakes than any other I have used. I used to think the keyboard in my old Powerbook G4 was the best I had used, until this was released. The response is great and keys are springy and always register a click. I like this keyboard so much that I bought one for work, with my own money, rather than use the cheap office one.

    The battery life is great and a huge improvement over the first wireless keyboard. I think I change the batteries after four months and that is will daily use and I use it a lot, but can't remember it's so infrequent.

    It's great at a desk and now I use it on the couch on my lap, with the Mac Mini connected to my TV. Same size keys as a regular keyboard, but small enough to tuck into the end of the coffee-table when not in use. Love that it goes into a stand-by/sleep mode and I never need to turn it off. Just stop using it and then tuck it away. No delay or waiting for it to re-connect when I come back to use it hours or a day later. If only there was a model with a touchpad (hint, hint).

    • Written by from Toronto

    5890 of 6915 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Best keyboard I have used.
  • Heavy user. Sysadmin. High praise.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Having both a Macbook air and this wireless keyboard is a treat. The wireless keyboard (as well as the wired keyboard) have virtua Having both a Macbook air and this wireless keyboard is a treat. The wireless keyboard (as well as the wired keyboard) have virtually the same layout, save the function button, smaller control and alt keys, and small arrow-pad. This means that as I move from laptop-keyboard to wireless-keyboard, I do not have to adjust my typing habits to compensate for altered ergonomics.

    The tactile response of the keys is noticeable yet not wearisome.

    Bluetooth distance has never been a problem for me even paired with an tower outfitted with an external USB bluetooth dongle.

    I am a daily user and have replaced the batteries in my laptop twice in about 7 months.

    No gripes here.

    • Written by from San Francisco

    4334 of 5187 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Heavy user. Sysadmin. High praise.
  • Great improvement on a great keyboard

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    There are only two problems with the older version of this keyboard:
    1) it required three batteries which was a pain.
    2) it's so There are only two problems with the older version of this keyboard:
    1) it required three batteries which was a pain.
    2) it's so perfect that it spoils you and quickly makes you not like other keyboards including the full size keyboard with the function keys so far away from typing position.

    • Written by from Star

    4200 of 5160 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Great improvement on a great keyboard
  • Good keyboard that could have been great.

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    I really like the new wireless keyboard, which with it's switch to two batteries instead of three has gotten rid of a great nuisan I really like the new wireless keyboard, which with it's switch to two batteries instead of three has gotten rid of a great nuisance. However it is starting to show its age, with a ejection button taking up space but rarely being used in today's day and age. The keys feel good but that is subjective and others may not a free with my assessment.

    Could Apple improve the keyboard? Well getting rid of ejection button would be a great start. However that wouldn't be my biggest gripes with this otherwise good keyboard.
    No by two biggest issues with this keyboard are the fact it still isn't backlit and doesn't offer a way of switching between devices. If you are like me and use the keyboard from your bed while trying to watch a movie or browsing the interwebs, in less than well lit conditions, this keyboard can be hard to use or even nearly impossible as you can not see what you are doing. Even behind my table trying to do some work requires me to have at least enough light so I can actually see what I'm typing. Alas I have not been gifted with the ability to touch type.
    My second gripe with this keyboard, is that with today's plethora of devices it would be nice if I could use my one keyboard for multiple devices. There are keyboards that already allow you to do this, one being the Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac and iPad, the other being the Kanex MultiSync Keyboard. However after having tried both I can say that both lack the feel that the Apple Wireless Keyboard has. The materials are to be honest less than spectecular and feel flimsy compared to the Apple keyboards.
    A bluetooth switch would allow people like me who have a company computer and a home computer to share one keyboard for both. Or better yet use it for both the Mac and iPad.

    • Written by from Haarlem

    3 of 5 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Good keyboard that could have been great.
  • Love the simplicity & small footprint detest the battery change drama

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    It worked great since I bought my iMac 10.10 last autumn, then it needed the dreaded battery change. Having installed new batterie It worked great since I bought my iMac 10.10 last autumn, then it needed the dreaded battery change. Having installed new batteries the iMac will not recognize the bluetooth keyboard, and I can't even enter my password on startup. This entails an emergency trip today to the Apple Store 25 miles west to pay $49 for a numeric USB keyboard. Need I say more?

    • Written by from Coeur D Alene

    2 of 3 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Love the simplicity & small footprint detest the battery change drama
  • Love this piece!!!!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love this piece! I am a fashion designer and music producer DJ. This combined with the bluetooth trackpad make a killer differen I love this piece! I am a fashion designer and music producer DJ. This combined with the bluetooth trackpad make a killer difference in my home studio and pro studio. I hook up my MacBook Pro to a projector and in group sessions I can fly around the screen and edit designs and music projects so easily.

    • Written by from Bradenton

    6 of 6 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Love this piece!!!!

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