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Satechi debuts new keyboards with iMacs in mind

Satechi has announced the Aluminum Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard and Aluminum USB Wired Keyboard, both of which are designed with the iMac in mind (though they’ll work with other Macs).

Both feature an extended layout with a full numeric keypad and responsive scissor switch keys. They sport MacOS function hot keys; you can pause/play media, switch applications, adjust brightness and more, all with a press of a button.

You can connect with up to three Bluetooth devices to the $79.99 Aluminum Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard using designated Bluetooth assignment keys. The keyboard allows users to say goodbye to disposable batteries, with a built-in USB-C rechargeable port for battery life of up to 80 hours of uninterrupted work time between charges and stand by time of up to 100 days.

For those who prefer a wired connection, a solution no longer offered by Apple, Satechi’s $59.99 Aluminum USB Wired Keyboard comes with a USB-A cable. Both keyboards are available in silver, space gray, gold or rose gold to perfectly complement Mac devices and accessories.


Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.