Apple's Magic Keyboard is small and wireless, but it's missing a few keys you might want, like a traditional number pad.
If you're looking to enter a lot of numbers or to use number pad shortcuts in photo and video apps, there's a new Apple Magic Keyboard that now has a.
Full numeric keypad.
So you don't have to use the number key row above the key row, or attach an external pad.
A few more missing e-matching keys get a spot at the table, too.
The longer keyboard now accommodates key-like page up and page down.
And the half-size arrow keys are now full-size.
Allowing for a much easier navigation.
The height and depth are the same as before.
But this keyboard is naturally wider.
Otherwise, it's a near clone of the previous version.
Both number pad and non-number pad keyboards have a built-in rechargeable battery.
That holds a month or more of charge.
Don't forget to check the box for a lightning to USB cable that charges and syncs the bluetooth keyboard to your iMac or MacBook.
A new iMac comes with the old style keyboard and upgrading to the number pad version costs an extra $30, or you can just buy one separately for $129.
Customers didn't get everything they wanted with this keyboard though.
There's still no backlit keys and the very flat surface can be harsh on the wrists.
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