Quiet Pro Keyboard for Mac

by Matias

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Tactile Pro 3 keyboard

by Matias

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Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac

by Kinesis

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Mac Slimmedia Mini Keyboard

by Adesso

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Price
Pros
  • Solid mechanical key response
  • Anti-ghosting circuitry
  • Mac-standard keys with special-function keys that match Apple’s layout
  • Three USB 2.0 ports
  • Extended characters printed on keys
  • Fast
  • 3 USB 2.0 ports
  • Full complement of traditional keys
  • Responsive
  • Alternate characters printed on keycaps
  • True ergonomic design in a Mac-focused keyboard
  • Many media and special-function keys
  • Choice of ergonomic mounts
  • Dedicated editing keys
  • No third-party software drivers required
  • Slim keyboard with small footprint despite nearly full complement of full-size keys
  • Good number of media and customizable keys
Cons
  • Keyboard body looks a little cheap
  • Key response slightly less crisp than with keys on Tactile Pro
  • Still louder than a membrane keyboard
  • Loud
  • No extra media- or special-feature keys
  • F-keys run together on one line
  • No numeric keypad
  • Keys slightly mushy
  • No right-hand control key
  • Home, end, page up, and page down keys oddly placed
  • Can't lock keyboard halves in position without optional ergonomic mount
  • Keys are stiff with poor response
  • Media keys don’t work without a driver, which currently isn’t compatible with Intel Macs
  • No home/end/page up/page down keys
At A Glance