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Does anyone know how long the cable is on a standard Apple Keyboard, or am I better off with the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard?

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it is like 5 or 6 feet withthe extension cable thing that came with my powermac. basically i run two usb extensions so i can get about 10 feet away from my computer, but then i cant see anything on the monitor.

i wish i remembered to hit the correct button and chose to get a bluetooth keyboard and mouse. just to eliminate the wires n stuff

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No you don't. Wireless keyboard is alright, but the wireless mouse is catastrophic and if you go 1/2 wired (mouse), why not go 2/2 wired (mouse and keyboard)?
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My advice is to get the wireless Apple keyboard, but get a different wireless mouse. The Apple Wireless Mouse is nice, but it's a pain to not be able to scroll.

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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Cheers, I'm going with the wired Apple Keyboard as I already have a Mighty Mouse, plus the wired keyboard has a 2 USB hub.

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