Apple Keyboard MB110
Takes up very little space.
PC users will want to remap some keys.
No Print Screen key.
By DigitalVersus on May 25, 2009
The Mac keyboard has changed, and Apples fans are up in arms because the modifications are designed to make PC users feel more at home. The biggest sacrifice, which has shocked the most people, is the loss of the famous Apple key, now known simply...100
By Macworld UK on December 13, 2007
Using the new keyboard is a vastly different experience to the old model. It takes time to get used to, and we admit to not being comfortable with it for the first few hours. However, moving back to the old keyboard felt spongy after using the new...80
By Digital Trends on October 24, 2007
The Apple keyboard is not the end-all, be-all of keyboards, but it is a sleek, ergonomic, functional keyboard that is very easy to use and performs quite well. It can’t compete with the full-featured gaming keyboards available to PC users, but...70
By TechRadar on September 19, 2007
Apple has finally done away with its chunky old keyboard and replaced it with this super-slim aluminium upgrade. The new board comes bundled with all iMacs and Mac Pros, is available independently, and a wireless version (complete with aluminium base...80
By Les Numériques on September 21, 2007
Il est bien sur idéalement taillé pour les Mac, mais on comprend que des PCistes lui cèdent. Il est beau, silencieux, extra fin. Dans la plupart des cas, cela suffit amplement...100