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With Satechi's new extended keyboard, Apple looks like a budget

Accessory Manufacturer Satechi has long provided a wide range of charging solutions, headphones, dongles and computer peripherals for both Mac and PC. The latest Mac accessories, aluminum Bluetooth keyboard and aluminum USB keyboard provide Apple inspirational design with just a small part of Apple's keyboard price.

The new Satechi keyboard has an extended layout with full number pad, ideal for data entry and financial processing. In addition to cutting, copying, and pasting shortcut keys, all the lines of the function key add additional functionality and versatility to the keyboard. Both keyboards feature Satechi's "Enhanced Scissor Switch Key".

Aluminum Bluetooth keyboard can pair with up to 3 devices and can move between Mac and iOS device. Approximately 80 hours of usage or 100 days of waiting time are expected, making it ideal for home, workplace, outdoor trip etc. The built-in battery is recharged via the USB-C port above the function column, further modernizing the keyboard to Apple's latest product lineup.

The Satechi aluminum USB keyboard looks like what Apple makes (if you made things with wires)
Photo: Satechi

The aluminum USB keyboard has a keyboard design, layout, function (minus Bluetooth pair, obviously), but uses a wired connection. With the USB-A cable you can connect your keyboard to an older Mac model (or PC with Mac modifier key) or connect from a USB-A to a new Mac via a USB-C adapter.

Both keyboards are available in four colors: silver (white key), rose gold (white key), space gray (black key), and gold (black key). Aluminum USB keyboard can be purchased at satechi.net or Amazon at $ 59.99. Aluminum Bluetooth keyboard …

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