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MacAlly Peripherals BTkey Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for Mac
(BTKey is a stylish wireless bluetooth extended keyboard. Low profile Scissor keys reduce key stroke travel distances and eases pressure on your finger tips.)
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  Decent full-size keyboard for an Apple,  2012-08-27
By WolfHawke

Ever since Apple went to the chiclet keyboard, I've been struggling with the lack of standard keys, especially since I use Windows in a virtual machine on my late-2009 Mac (no one-key back delete!). This keyboard was a great find. It is a comfortable keyboard, with a good distance between the keys, excellent in tactile response and nice and lightweight. I find I can type almost twice as fast as on Apple's chiclet keyboard. Best of all it has all the keys that a normal user will use on a keyboard (including back delete and no special functions on the F-keys).

However, not all is flowers and sunshine. The white finish quickly attracts dust and begins to look grungy. It is also too long to take along in my already very big computer bag. The keyboard's Bluetooth connection is rather flakey (as others have noted) and it eats batteries at an alarming rate. These last two issues are easily remedied: I've learned to solve the reconnection issue by toggling the Bluetooth connection; the keyboard pairs almost instantly after turning it on again. And the battery issue can be fixed by using rechargeable batteries.

Overall, I've been very pleased with the keyboard, so much so that I have bought two: one for home and one for work.

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