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Can anyone recommend a bluetooth keyboard and trackpad that works with a Hackintosh please?

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Anyone using Bluetooth keyboard with a built in trackpad that works well on a hackintosh. No guessing please....need one that will definitely work... Thanks. Read More
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7m, 3d agoPosted 7 months, 3 days ago
Anyone using Bluetooth keyboard with a built in trackpad that works well on a hackintosh.

No guessing please....need one that will definitely work...

Thanks.
Uridium Avatar
7m, 3d agoPosted 7 months, 3 days ago
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Hi What are you running?
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El Capitan
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The Apple bt keyboard/trackpad/mouse work fine, I take it you don't want to use these? Makes it a more macish experience :)




Edited By: udhuk on Dec 23, 2016 09:10: typo
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udhuk
The Apple bt keyboard/trackpad/mouse work fine, I take it you don't want to use these? Makes it a more macish experience :)

I agree but sadly also makes it a much more expensive experience......

I'm really looking at Keyboards with an integrated trackpad
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Uridium
udhuk
The Apple bt keyboard/trackpad/mouse work fine, I take it you don't want to use these? Makes it a more macish experience :)
I agree but sadly also makes it a much more expensive experience......
I'm really looking at Keyboards with an integrated trackpad

I have the no idea then, sorry. I do have the logitech keyboard/trackpad all in one, but this requires plugging in the usb reciever and the trackpad does not work great, e.g. no swipe etc (gestures)

Edited By: udhuk on Dec 23, 2016 10:11
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It may be worth looking for a used (ebay/gumtree) genuine Apple kb/tp, the 1st gen tp's maybe?

Out of all the mouse/keyboard/trackpads I've tried, the Apple ones work the best on a hack.

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