Microsoft’s Mac Keyboard
No Windows Key? Check.
Aimed at Mac users so has an option key? Check.
Filled with usless buttons? Check.
Why do modern keyboards insist on a whole mess of keys that ‘add to the user experience’. I can assure you that non-functional keys, those without a letter or number on them (with the exception of the arrow keys) can just get the hell off my lawn. And my keyboard.
Well done Microsoft for catering to the Mac, but no thanks.
Give me an old fashioned keyboard any day, I can’t be the only one that hates these added buttons can I?
That’s right folks, our good friends in Redmond have produced their first keyboard ever without a Windows key. Instead you’ll find command, control, and option buttons on this new wireless set from Microsoft made specifically for the Mac. It also features hot keys that are programed to open iTunes and iPhoto (amongst other programs). The mouse features a zoom slider and 4 way scrolling.
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