Wireless Mac Keyboards are standard keyboards that work with all Macs with integrated blue tooth, and has many interesting features that you might want to look at. The keys are much larger than the Macbook Keyboard, so it's easy to see why someone with larger hands might want to use this as a standalone Macbook Keyboard. It's elegantly designed and produced with fine brushed aluminium, and some models even have anadditional numerical pad.
The keys are very well designed and slim, and are touch sensitive for applications which require it. It is charged with a normal AA battery charger, and has intelligent power management options that make sure it won't need charging for a long time. Function keys on this Mac keyboard are also useful, as they can accesses one touch features unique to OSX. The most interesting thing about this keyboard is the fact that it automatically powers down when not in use. This can save a lot of money or time charging or buying batteries for people who use their keyboard sparingly.
The next, but less extravagant option is the regular Wired / USB Mac Keyboard. It has many of the same features as the blue tooth keyboard, but lacks the option for wireless. This would be great for a desktop, but may prove impractical for a Macbook. Either way, it's difficult to go wrong with either options, and they're both two very attractive keyboards. Each keyboard comes with included documentation, and USB extension cords. However, the system requirements may prove to be limiting. They are only compatible with Mac computers with OSX or later, and require the Keyboard Software Update from Apple.
When buying a Macbook, some people prefer to purchase an additional full sized keyboard to be used when they are working at their desk. Although the Macbook has a small keyboard attached to it, the standard keys are sometimes hard to hit with larger fingers. Choosing a good wireless Macbook Keyboard is an integral part to setting up your Macbook if you do a lot of typing, but don't be alarmed; there are many well reviewed Mac Keyboards to choose from.
Keep in mind, however, that the choice ultimately lies with you or the consumer you are buying from. Treat this as a guide and try to make informed decisions for yourselves, and you'll be much happier when you actually find the keyboard that is right for you and your specific situation.
The Apple M7803 was labelled as the Apple Pro Keyboard in 2000 but in 2003 it had "Pro" dropped from the title. The M7803 had the extended function keys and had a stylish clear case with black keys. A version with white keys has now been released.
The Macbook Pro 13" keyboard is a standard full size keyboard with either 78 or 79 keys that includes the 12 function keys and 4 arrow keys as well as being fully backlit so you can work in the dark.
If you have damaged your Macbook Pro 17 Keyboard then you can pick up a replacement a lot cheaper online than from the Apple Store. We have a selection of new and used Macbook Pro 17 Keyboards available.
The Apple A1016 Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard was released in 2003 and was the original Apple Mac Keyboard that worked using the Bluetooth standard.
The Apple A1243 Keyboard was the first keyboard to be introduced with a solid aluminium cover and was the first not to have the Apple Logo. The keys are half the size of other Apple Keyboards making some of the keys narrower than other keyboards and features at USB 2.0 Port at either end of the keyboard.