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http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/pr...ONTENTID=11420

I just ordered, my apple bluetooth keyboard is a piece of ****.
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Apple themed?

Its my refrigerator apple themed?...because its white and sliver too.

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Just stating what they put in their ads.
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The real question is, does it have properly laid out control, command, and disk-eject keys? (It looks like it...a first for Logitech)

(Bonus points for labeled return, option, and delete/forward delete keys.)
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Why do you dislike your apple kb?
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Why do you dislike your apple kb?
I actually dis-like my apple keyboard aswell.. i find it hard and akward to type on it comparaed to lets say a dell keyboard, that is why i prefer if I am just chilling talking on aim or browesing the interenet, I choose to work on my powerbook as opposed to my powermac, and only use my powermac quad for final cut pro work. I hope to get a new keyboard for my quad and then maybe I would start to use that system more. The problem I have with the keyboard I think might be spacing of the keys or maybe not the spacing but the fact you can feel the spaces.

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I actually dis-like my apple keyboard aswell.. i find it hard and akward to type on it comparaed to lets say a dell keyboard, that is why i prefer if I am just chilling talking on aim or browesing the interenet, I choose to work on my powerbook as opposed to my powermac, and only use my powermac quad for final cut pro work. I hope to get a new keyboard for my quad and then maybe I would start to use that system more. The problem I have with the keyboard I think might be spacing of the keys or maybe not the spacing but the fact you can feel the spaces.

Agreed depending on your hands. Everyone's hands are different. I can fly on the White mac Pro keyboard that came with my iMac g5. Some other people hate the feel of it. I do like some Logitechs though, but for my hands the Mac keyboard is just fine. Does not hold me back at all.
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it does not hold me back at all either.. i just don't like the feel of it.. I am capable of typing just as fast on that as on any other keyboard.. my my last girlfriends father noticed that my fingers are really long.. and its true.. i just am one of those peole who do not like to take my fingers off the keyboard, i like to more like life them a little and slide to the next key instead of taking finger completely off and moving to the next key like i have to do with the pro keyboad because i don't like the feeling.

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it does not hold me back at all either.. i just don't like the feel of it.. I am capable of typing just as fast on that as on any other keyboard.. my my last girlfriends father noticed that my fingers are really long.. and its true.. i just am one of those peole who do not like to take my fingers off the keyboard, i like to more like life them a little and slide to the next key instead of taking finger completely off and moving to the next key like i have to do with the pro keyboad because i don't like the feeling.

Yeah, I have short fingers. People with real long fingers would feel cramped on that keyboard. I totally understand.
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My bluetooth keyboard kept messing up. It would randomly get stuck on a key and i would have to turn it off and turn it back on to get it to stop. I just got this logitech set today and it's great. The keys are all laid out wonderfully. The little shortcut buttons are handy as well. It's nice having a fully-functioning 7+ button mouse for an apple.
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