Macally MKEYE 103 Key Full-Size USB Keyboard with Short-Cut Keys
Apple may be moving away from wires wherever it can with the Mac lineup, but that doesn’t mean you have to, too. If you’re into computer-powered keyboards, you still have options—including Macally’s new MKEYE 103 Key Full-Size USB Keyboard with Short-Cut Keys ($20). That’s right, only twenty bucks gets you a full-sized keyboard for your favorite Mac; just plug it into a USB port, and you’re ready to go.
Like Apple’s older wired keyboards, this one has a full array of keys including a number pad on the right. Macally advertises 15 OS X shortcut keys but doesn’t describe what they are; expect iTunes playback and other app controls. The keyboard isn’t quite as thin as Apple’s, and you shouldn’t expect to find any of the aluminum Apple includes, but the keys look to be of a similarly low profile.
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