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Originally Posted by ThomasTheGUIGUY View Post
I'm not sure how to respond. It's the standard apple keyboard.
The reason for the earlier question was...there are LOTS & LOTS of replacement keyboard options. Almost ANY USB-based (and many wireless) keyboards will work. These can be:

- Apple keyboards
- 3rd party Macintosh compatible keyboards
- keyboards primarily made for Windows computers

Since (originally) you didn't mention what brand/model replacement keyboard you purchased...we had no idea what you purchased (until you told us in post #4).

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