APPLE WIRELESS KEYBOARD SILVER/WHITE
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Cantidad instalada:2, Tipo:Tipo AA, Características:Gestión de energía inteligente, Diseño:R.U., Función de teclas activas:Multimedios, expulsión de soportes ópticos, volumen, brillo, Exponer, reproducir/parar, Color:Aluminio anodizado, Diseñado para:Apple iMac, Sistema operativo requerido:Apple MacOS X 10.6.8 o posterior
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Well, what can I say other than I don't know what it is about Apple, but they make life just so easy for the end user, not only that but they do it with a dash of panache. The keyboard is a object of beauty (And I am talking about a keyboard here, sad but true) Made out of aluminium and as slim (Metaphorically speaking) as a super model.
It arrives with 2AA batteries fitted and to turn it on, you press the button (I'll let you try and find it) syncing to the I-Pad was quick and effortless and guess what it works. The keyboard has added another dimension to my IP, yes it has its on-screen one, but typing with both hands as opposed to one finger is a lot quicker.
The only issue I have, is that anything from Apple is expensive. However you do get what you pay for here and in the long run will work out cheaper.
The design is great, as others have said, and I find the angle of use fine. I keep a 5p coin on my desk for opening the battery compartment.
The only drawback is that it eats batteries. Not only that, you don't get much warning of the batteries being exhausted. But you really wouldn't want to use disposable ones: I reckon I get maybe 3 weeks or so out of a pair (considerably worse than my previous wireless keyboard). I have tried various rechargeable batteries (including a set of 2900mAh ones, which I thought must be good. They weren't) and the best so far are these:
Duracell Stay Charged AA Rechargeable batteries pack of 4. They seem to retain their charge pre-use, and in use last well. If you buy 4, then you have two spares - or a set for your magic mouse ;).
Size wise, it's the same as you'll find on a Macbook. It also looks the same. Some of the custom hotkeys are irrelevant unless you're using it with a Mac. Nevertheless, it's quiet and comfortable to use and it's well built.
The keyboard is one solid piece of metal and plastic and doesn't fold up, so it's less portable than some of the cheaper alternatives. Battery life is reputed to be excellent but it's only been a month and it's too soon to say.
This fits the bill on all fronts - the only reason this isn't a 5 Star product for me is the requirement for AA batteries - ok clearly a wireless keyboard needs power (i'm not stupid) but for this money I would expect a built in battery and mains charging. Apart from that the keyboard is very light wight, stays working all day and the keys are well spaced and weighted for a great typing experience.
Really recommend this product if, like me you work on your iPad2 and need a better keyboard then the on screen offering.