Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard MB110LL/A

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Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard MB110LL/A

Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard MB110LL/A

  • Anodized aluminum enclosure
  • Extended layout with document navigation controls, a numeric keypad, and special function keys
  • Low profile keys
  • Two USB 2.0 ports
  • Ultra-thin design

Apple Keyboard
The Apple Keyboard is the perfect complement to your USB-equipped Mac. The Apple Keyboard has been completely redesigned, inside andout. It features an elegant, ultra-thin anodized aluminum enclosure with low-profile keys that provide crisp, responsive feel. It also has function keys for one-touch access to a variety of Mac features such as screen brightness, volume, eject, play/pause, fast-forward and rewind, Expose, and Dashboard. Its extended layout includes document navigation controls and a numeric keypad. And two USB 2.0 ports provide high-speed connectivity for your iPod, Mighty Mouse, digital camera, and other USB-based electronic devices.

List Price: $ 49.99

Price: $ 49.99

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  1. 204 of 217 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally, a keyboard worthy of Apple, September 16, 2007
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    Gene Leynes (Chicago, IL United States) –
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    This review is from: Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard MB110LL/A (Personal Computers)

    I just stared using this keyboard, but I already love it. It’s a great update to the old Mac keyboard, and it’s about time that Apple put some of their design smarts on their keyboard!

    I thought it would be hard to get used to, but it isn’t. I enjoyed using it right out of the box.

    Pros:
    + The shallow keys lessen the movement and pressure required to type, which reduces fatigue and repetitive stress
    + Design leaves little room for dirt / debris to get into the keyboard
    + It’s really quiet
    + It’s really small, but the keys are full size and well spaced.

    Cons:
    + As with all Macintosh keyboards, there are several important Windows buttons which are missing (such as the print screen, right click, break, scroll lock, and number lock buttons). I found a nice, free Windows utility to help with this problem though: SharpKeys. This utility allows you to remap your keys and use the extra function keys for the ones that are missing.

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  2. 80 of 83 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Someone at Apple must be a darn good typist., January 16, 2008
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    This review is from: Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard MB110LL/A (Personal Computers)

    And that person must have had a lot to say about the design of the latest Apple keyboard.

    At first glance, it looks like a touch typist’s nightmare. It’s too flat! The keys barely move! Where’s the tactile feedback I need to get up to speed?

    I scoffed when I first laid eyes upon it, but after a few minutes with one at an Apple retail store, I was hooked. While the profile of the keyboard is low and lean, the keys and their spacing are generous enough for big shovel hands like mine. The touch is reminiscent of a good electric typewriter, not mushy and uncertain like so many “quiet” keyboards. The keys can’t bind against each other and the space between them prevents cruddy build-up.

    Since it’s also the stock keyboard for the new aluminum iMac, the keyboard provides USB 2.0 support for low power and externally powered devices when connected to other computers, including the white plastic iMac, any MacBook, the Mac mini and the Mac Pro. That won’t be a big issue for most users who plug a mouse or trackball into the keyboard. You’ll still need to plug your iPod directly into a USB port on the computer.

    One more thing. . .

    Apple has finally labeled the Command key with its name in addition to that mysterious cloverleaf symbol.

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  3. 30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Exellent scissor action, may not be KVM friendly, August 19, 2007
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    J. mcnalley (Seattle) –
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    This review is from: Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard MB110LL/A (Personal Computers)

    This new apple keyboard is substantially smaller than the older G4-style keyboard, and probably a bit smaller than the G5/x86 keyboard. Unlike the G5/x86 keyboard, it does not feel cramped. The keys appear spread out due to the shape and shallow depth of the keys (previous keyboards had trapezoidal keys, when viewed from the side or front), but typing is comfortable and easy.

    One word of warning, this keyboard does not appear to work with my IOGear GCS632U KVM. Normally, keyboards with LED backlighting have trouble with unpowered USB KVM switches. This apple keyboard appears to just be a simple keyboard + 2 port hub, just like the last few apple keyboards, so I’m a little surprised that it doesn’t work.

    Edit – Since this keyboard is a USB 2.0 device, the KVM issue may simply be that the IOGear KVM doesn’t speak USB 2.0.

    The easy workaround is to use Synergy, an excellent free software switch.

    In conclusion – I like the feel of this keyboard well enough that I’ll keep it and look for a new KVM rather than the other way around.

    Update: two weeks later, I still like this keyboard. Synergy is far more convenient than a hardware switch, so this keyboard deserves 5 out of 5 stars.

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  4. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Mac keyboard, February 19, 2011
    By 
    Michael S Lambe (La Mesa, CA United States) –

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    This review is from: Apple G3, G4, G5 109-Key White USB (Version 2) Keyboard (p/n 1003199) (Personal Computers)

    Although I like the new aluminum key board shipped with the Mac, its too small. I have chubby fingers and I find that the larger keys and the size of this key board allows me to type with fewer errors. I like to hear the sounds as I type. It works for me!

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  5. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Best Keyboard of ALL TIME, April 26, 2012
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    Chris Kitze (San Francisco, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Apple G3, G4, G5 109-Key White USB (Version 2) Keyboard (p/n 1003199) (Personal Computers)

    As an technology industry pro for almost 30 years, I’ve seen the good, the bad and the ugly on the keyboard front. Quite simply, this is the best keyboard ever made. In fact, the last one, I wore out those little nubs on the J and F keys, so I just replaced my old one that looked like something was living inside with this identical unit. This time, I bought two, so I have a spare in another five years when this new replacement wears down. The old keyboard still works fine, except for the wear on the key tops, which you’d expect after five years of 14 hour a day use. I’ll put that one in my EMP trash can as my emergency spare, since there’s absolutely nothing wrong with it except for wear on the keycaps. It will survive nuclear war and massive solar flares as my spare… ;-)

    It functions flawlessly, has just the right amount of key play and it’s a perfect fit for my hands. Not much else I can add. Go buy one now before Apple decides to quit making them.

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  6. 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best Apple keyboard. Ever., December 19, 2011
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    Before I even start reviewing, allow me to express how disappointed I am in people who use the “review” section for reviewing sellers. That is what SELLER FEEDBACK is for, and because of their lack of attention to detail an incredible keyboard is getting a low star rating. Rant over.

    INTRODUCTION
    Now, I know this keyboard is starting to get old. Since this was in its hay day, Apple has obviously come out with the aluminum keyboard to complete the iMac/Macbook Pro aesthetic, and there’s no denying that they have designed a beautiful keyboard. That said, this keyboard is by no means ugly, and I would argue that it still looks better than any brand-new Dell keyboard…but aesthetics is always subjective.

    FUNCTIONALITY
    Now, the reason why I say this is the best Apple keyboard ever, is entirely down to the way I can type on this keyboard. The tactile feedback, as well as the spacing and shape of the keys, make this the ideal keyboard for a fast typer. On my macbook pro (which has the flat keyboard like the new external keyboards) I type around 76WPM (words per minute). On the white Pro keyboard, my WPM is easily 85-90. Sure I sound like a jackhammer due to my being a less than light with my typing, but I work from home so it’s not like I am annoying anyone (ok maybe my dog…)

    DESIGN
    The two USB ports on the side are ideal for a mouse and a USB drive, and are a testament to Apple’s desire to completely satisfy an end-user’s needs. It is important to note, however, that the USB port is only powerful enough for the aforementioned devices. You cannot sync an iPhone, for example, because it wants to draw a charge and your OS will alert you that the port is overloaded. For devices that are self-powered though, the USB ports are very handy! The number pad may seem archaic, especially in the laptop era, however it is indispensable for anyone using Final Cut or Photoshop as I am. Using an application such as BetterTouchTool, you can easily set the keypad as “shortcut central” if you have no use of the original functions.

    DURABILITY/QUALITY
    I own two of these keyboards, one that I bought used on Amazon and one that I took brand-new out of the box. Both have lasted multiple years of daily use, with one even being thrown into a bag whenever I go back and forth to the office, these are built incredibly well, and will last year 4-5 years, easily. There are video tutorials on taking them apart and cleaning them – it’s not difficult and will be necessary a couple of times a year.

    WHY 5 STARS?
    – High WPM on this keyboard
    – Design is classic Apple and beautiful
    – Tactile Feedback is unmatched
    – USB ports are SO useful!

    Overall? Buy this keyboard if typing is important to you. The newer keyboards are beautiful, but the flat design and thin keys make touch typing a pain in the rear. Highly recommended!

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