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Need a keyboard for my PC and Mac Mini

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Hi! I will be buying a Mac Mini in October, but am currently using a PC and I need a new keyboard, so I'd preferably like one that's compatible with both. But I'm having trouble finding one that's not too costly, or even one that has the "universal" symbol on it.

Will any old keyboard work? What's everyone else using? Any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by smallvillefan View Post
Will any old keyboard work?
Yes, anything will work as long as it is USB. Finding one that is universally labeled for OS X and Windows isn't very easy. I know Logitech used to do that a bit for some of their keyboards but I don't believe they do anymore. You might still be able to find some of the older ones on eBay and such.
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