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Apple Numeric USB Keyboard, £36.35 incl. delivery at Viking

£36.35 @ Viking Direct
Considering it costs £49 from Apple or £20-30 used/ partly broken from eBay, this is a decent price for a brand new one. Original, alluminium kbd with two usb ports, including extender cable. Read More
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5m, 3h agoFound 5 months, 3 hours ago
Considering it costs £49 from Apple or £20-30 used/ partly broken from eBay, this is a decent price for a brand new one. Original, alluminium kbd with two usb ports, including extender cable.
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5m, 3h agoFound 5 months, 3 hours ago
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#1
Nice price, not so sure about the build quality. I've a very light touch whilst typing, but keys would pop off on mine quite regularly. I didn't like the feedback either. Moved to a 'near' mechanical keyboard recently and love that.
#2
can you use this for any pc or just apple?
#3
grimmer2015
can you use this for any pc or just apple?
Yes, though it will have macos-specific function keys that might work differently on windows.
#4
Love this keyboard, good price
1 Like #5
Original Link doesn't work.

Looks like you have to type "Apple Keyboard" into the search box to get it to appear.

Edited By: Picard123 on Nov 27, 2016 22:56
#6
grimmer2015
can you use this for any pc or just apple?

You can use it with a PC but bear in mind Apple keyboards don't have keys like Insert or the Windows key (obviously).

Won't be as good quality in terms of the typing action, but here's a cheaper similar looking alternative for PC: http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/computer-accessories/tablet-accessories/tablet-cases-and-keyboards/iwantit-ikbcomp15-bluetooth-keyboard-white-silver-10118455-pdt.html

Edited By: Picard123 on Nov 27, 2016 23:04
#7
rjm67
Moved to a 'near' mechanical keyboard recently and love that.

What keyboard is it? Intrigued by the near mechanical.
1 Like #8
Apple are so 2001. Lets do a membrane keyboard, stick an Apple logo on it and charge 3x the going rate. Will sell out within a few days, our sheep will love it...

Let look at the features....Featuring an extended layout; low-profile keys; two USB 2.0 ports, and function buttons. WOW, USB 2.0, extended keyboard layout and function keys? Innovation like this and its only 2x the competition. I'll buy 2. One for each hand.

Joking aside, its a normal membrane keyboard, with keypad and function keys. £20 over priced for what it is.

Regards
Flea
#9
Picard123
grimmer2015
can you use this for any pc or just apple?
You can use it with a PC but bear in mind Apple keyboards don't have keys like Insert or the Windows key (obviously).
Won't be as good quality in terms of the typing action, but here's a cheaper similar looking alternative for PC: http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/computer-accessories/tablet-accessories/tablet-cases-and-keyboards/iwantit-ikbcomp15-bluetooth-keyboard-white-silver-10118455-pdt.html
cheers
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rjm67
Moved to a 'near' mechanical keyboard recently and love that.

What keyboard is it? Intrigued by the near mechanical.


Sure. It's this one. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0191HGP9C/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1480318851&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=masione+keyboard&dpPl=1&dpID=41-3erzzsoL&ref=plSrch

It's half mechanical, so please don't sue me for calling it near mechanical
#11
rjm67
unconfirmed
rjm67
Moved to a 'near' mechanical keyboard recently and love that.

What keyboard is it? Intrigued by the near mechanical.


Sure. It's this one. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0191HGP9C/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1480318851&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=masione+keyboard&dpPl=1&dpID=41-3erzzsoL&ref=plSrch

It's half mechanical, so please don't sue me for calling it near mechanical


Half mechanical is just a buzzword. There's no mechanical switches, no semi mechanical switches, just keys on similar sliders above a rubber dome membrane you'd find on any cheap keyboard
#12
rjm67
Nice price, not so sure about the build quality. I've a very light touch whilst typing, but keys would pop off on mine quite regularly. I didn't like the feedback either. Moved to a 'near' mechanical keyboard recently and love that.


if original then excellent build quality
#13
Great find, mine died a while ago and my Microsoft spare doesn't quite cut it. said 1 remaining when I ordered so may expire soon!

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