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Are the mac keyboards anygood?


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Does anybody own one? I was thinking about buying one, but can't decided whether to get the wired, or wireless one (if I get one at all).

Worth it for a macbook user who frequently hooks his macbook up to a 19" monitor?

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I use an Apple aluminum wired keyboard when I'm at home with my MacBook. I know I could use just about any wired USB keyboard but I like having the Mac special keys displayed without having to figure out which is what on an ordinary USB keyboard that was primarily designed for PCs.

I also use a wired Logitech three button mouse and a Samsung 22" LCD at home with the MacBook. And yes, the keyboard is well worth having (along with a mouse) when using your MacBook with an external monitor. Without it, you can't really switch to only using the external monitor while keeping the internal shut off. (operate in clamshell mode)

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I like the wired one that is flat. It's simple and comfy
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On your advice I picked one up, and it's great. Thanks for your input.
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