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Apple MB110LL/A White USB Wired Slim Keyboard with Numeric Keypad

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  • The Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad is an elegantly designed input device that is sure to turn heads. It features a standard QWERTY layout, dedicated OS X function keys, an integ

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The sleek, stylish Apple wired keyboard puts a world of convenience at your fingertips! The comfortable, ergo-tilted keyboard is housed in durable, lightweight aluminum, and a pair of USB 2.0 ports to ease the congestion on your computer’s USB panel. The sensitive, low-profile keys reduce hand strain by allowing you to type more lightly, and the 10-key pad will help speed you through numeric tasks.

Apple’s ingenious keyboard includes an impressive set of productivity tools, like one-touch controls for brightness, volume, eject, play/pause, forward and rewind, Expose, and Dashboard. Just like your Mac, the Apple keyboard is a perfect blend of beauty and functionality.

  • newegg Slim and Stylish The Apple Ultra-Thin Keyboard (MB110LL/A) features an anodized aluminum enclosure with low-profile keys for eye-catching stylishness.
  • newegg Convenient Function Keys With the convenient function keys, easily access various Mac features such as screen brightness, volume, eject, play/pause, fast-forward and rewind, Expose, and Dashboard simply at a touch of the key.
  • newegg Built-in USB Ports The Apple Ultra-Thin Keyboard (MB110LL/A) features two USB ports for hot-pluggability and easy connections to computers without the need for any software drivers, resulting in excellent compatibility with current desktop and notebook computers.

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Color: White
Interface: USB


The Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad is an elegantly designed input device that is sure to turn heads. It features a standard QWERTY layout, dedicated OS X function keys, an integrated two-port USB 2.0 hub, and an ultra-thin anodized aluminum design. The keys themselves are of the low-profile variety, practically identical in feel and function to those found on Apple's MacBook line of notebook computers.

USB 2.0 interface with integrated 2-port hub

Ultra-thin design has to be seen to be believed

Chicklet-style keys mirror those found on Mac notebooks

Full-size keyboard with integrated numeric keypad

Dedicated function keys give you quick access to many common functions in OS X
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 30 days
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  • Matthew B.
  • 8/15/2011 2:40:16 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Keyboard

Pros: I purchased this keyboard because I liked using the same design on my 2009 MacBook pro. I use this for a Windows 7 PC, and I have not noticed any major compatibility problems.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: It would be cool to see a backlit version of the keyboard up for sale, and a wireless version that includes the keypad.

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  • norman j.
  • 8/6/2011 11:10:02 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: great shipping

Cons: none

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  • Ryan H.
  • 7/24/2011 12:10:46 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Keyboard

Pros: Great Looking & Functioning
USB Ports
Caps Saftey
Identical to modern Apple Laptop Keyboards in Feel/Response

Cons: Wont take a liquid spill well
Not cheap
Not what you want if your not into laptop style keybds

Other Thoughts: Ive got 2 MacBook Pro's and I needed a simular keyboard for my Hackintosh Desktop, this fits the bill and makes moving between machines seamless..

IMHO, If your not accustom to Apple's laptop keyboards this is probably not the keyboard you want for your Desktop..

I am on my 2nd one of these, the first one died after a soda spilled on it.. I pulled an old dell keyboard out of the closet and tried to use that for a while but it was painful switching between machines w/such vastly different feeling keyboards....

I used to love the big/loud desktop keyboards, but not so much anymore, wierd how it works huh?

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  • Brian D.
  • 6/21/2011 8:32:19 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsWorks fine in Windows 7

Pros: Nice look, smooth key action (still moves and responds like new after more than a year of HEAVY use), quality materials, included USB extension cable, && 2 built-in (low power) USB ports.

Cons: Some of the buttons Windows users are used to are mapped to different locations or are simply missing.
The 'Num Lock' key is labeled Clear, the Scroll Lock key is remapped to F16 (immediately above 'clear'), etc.

The USB extension cable is 'keyed' so that absolutely no other USB device can be used with it without first modifying the female end to remove the key. (even after more than a year of ownership, it still pisses me off that they did this).

The on-board USB ports are USB2.0, but do not have enough power to connect things like an iPod. They work fine for USB memory sticks, wireless mouse adapters, and other small things, but don't expect to plug your external hard drive into one of them.

Occasionally when playing games it seems like not all of my key presses are sent (or like some of them stop sending a signal after 4 seconds or so). It may be a problem with my setup as opposed to the keyboard, but this is the one I've got to test with.

Other Thoughts: A bit of coffee (with cream) splashed onto my keyboard about 4 months ago. The keyboard took it like a champ, and has had absolutely no problems in function. The splashed on keys are a bit sticky, but if I were more committed I am sure I could easily look up how to remove/clean them online.

Also, don't worry about this keyboard "not working" in Windows Vista/Windows 7. I bought it... actually maybe 2 years ago, and have never had a problem with using it in Windows. Don't expect the icons printed in the F-Keys to work in windows (you'd have to set it up manually in Windows to recognize them), but F1 - Fwhatever all work fine.

Final thought: I wouldn't have ever considered buying this keyboard were it not the (at the time) cheapest model Best Buy carried. In spite of that, I am very satisfied with my purchase overall.

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/16/2011 11:46:47 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsnice keyboard

Pros: nice , slick, soft keys, comfortable

Cons: none so far

Other Thoughts: great keyboard!

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/2/2011 1:40:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsGreat looks, bad support for non-OSX usage

Pros: Looks fantastic and is built very well.

Cons: Apple, in their infinite wisdom, does not provide Windows drivers for this keyboard on their website. That's not to say they don't exist, it's just that you have to actually purcahse a copy of Snow Leopard to get the drivers through the bootcamp software. I really don't understand why they did this other than greed.

There are no "Print Screen/Scroll Lock/Pause" buttons or a Num Lock key. Instead we get a bunch of useless F13-F19 keys that are unrecognizable by Windows 7 and Linux. The media keys share the F7-F12 buttons and don't work with the Fn button in any non-OSX operating system.

I am a heavy computer user. I work 8 hours a day at a keyboard and have never had any sort of hand pain or RSI while using cheap Dell keyboards and middle of the road Logitechs but after only 3 months of using this keyboard, I have developed pretty painful CPS. I'm switching back to the 5 year old Dell keyboard until I can scrounge together enough to get a better one.

Other Thoughts: The keyboard works great with OSX but for any other operating system it's junk.

It's only $50, which isn't bad for this quality of construction. The chiclet style keys wrecked havoc on my hands so I really can't recommend this keyboard to any serious typists or coders.

I just wish they would have better software support for non-Apple operating systems.

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  • Chris M.
  • 6/1/2011 4:06:18 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: The keyboard is amazing. I originally bought it for use with LAN parties because i needed a keyboard that was very small and thin, making it easy to transport. This keyboard is exactly that: a metal wafer and if it wasn't for the back portion with the USB ports, this keyboard would have an extremely small form factor. Just because of it's non-imposing depth doesn't mean that this keyboard is easily broken - it's quite sturdy and they keys really do feel like you're pushing marshmallows into pudding.

Also, there IS an extension cord, don't listen to the guy from 5/26/11. It looks like a little sleeve and extends the cable for another 3-4 feet. It's slotted, so i suppose you can't really use it to extend anything else, but a female-male USB cable can be cheap to buy from mono price.

Cons: 1) It's not cheap. I can't understand how every workplace can furnish their desks with so many of these. I'm a cheap keyboard kind of guy. This keyboard does make up for it for being so great.
2) Windows 7 doesn't translate all the keys the same (like the command key). I mapped command to the windows key, et cetera, with SharpKeys and all is well. Just google it for suggested layouts or simply do it yourself to your liking.
3) The key i set to be the numpad button doesn't light up. Not an issue, just not like the caps lock key. (to the left of the num pad's = sign)

Other Thoughts: Like any keyboard, this one takes a little while to get used to. Also, i use SharpKeys in Windows 7 to map the F13-F19 keys to useful things like play, fast forward, rewind, mute, etc.; also, i have the = key on the num pad set to prnt scrn, if my suggestion helps

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  • Steven P.
  • 5/26/2011 2:01:05 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsSatisfied

Pros: Bought this for my hackintosh build. Very satisfied. Looks beautiful.

Cons: The USB cord is WAY WAY to short. Since Apple is so big on user experience, maybe they either extend the usb cable length or at these prices include a usb extension?

Apple how can you put so much thought and engineering in such a beautiful keyboard and mess it up with such a completely unacceptably short cord?

Other Thoughts: Coming from a classic keyboard to this takes a couple days to get used to. But once I got used to it very satisfied w/ the keyboard layout and keyboard feel.

Again, my only gripe is the usb cord is and unacceptable length and now I have to factor in more money for a USB extender cable.

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  • Janet D.
  • 1/25/2011 2:51:28 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing.

Pros: Great build of a keyboard in general. Once you get used to it you'll hate using any other keyboard. I've had this keyboard for about 3 years now, and I've never had any problems from the keyboard itself. Sadly though, it's allergic to Diet Cherry Vanilla Dr. Pepper. Yes, sadly some got spilled on it and 1,2,3 and for some reason / don't work any more. I had to buy another random keyboard to get me by until I can get another slim piece of art that is this keyboard. But I will be buying another one very soon. Hell, I might buy two, just in case for some stupid reason they stop making it. Usb ports are perfect for a mouse reciever.

I've logged a TON of time playing Warcraft with this keyboard, all my button mashing of 1234567 wsad and so on have stood the test of time. After I got a replacement PC keyboard my wrist started to hurt from pressing the huge clunky buttons on it, yuck.

Cons: Doesn't play well with Ubuntu, my Control key doesn't work, left or right. Layout, Printscreen, Scroll Lock, Insert, and Pause don't work because they're function keys. This is a non issue if you use a mac.

Other Thoughts: As a Windows/Ubuntu user, you might get a little annoyed at the lack of Printscreen, Scroll Lock (LOL not really that one), Pause and Insert being gone. The switched positions of Alt and the Windows/Command key being swapped might bug you for a week or two, but then you fall in love with their positioning. Well, I did.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/7/2011 5:27:13 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBeautiful

Pros: Beautiful keyboard. It's like pressing marshmallows into pudding.

Cons: The cord is pretty short and it would be nice if it could supply more power because it often gives the "Low-Power" warning when plugging in usb devices that are too demanding.

Other Thoughts: Bought for my Mac but tested on my pc and it can be difficult to use if you frequently use alt, control, windows key, F-keys, etc. because they don't directly translate.

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