Today, with exactly no fanfare except a “New” badge above the name, Apple introduced the long, long awaited wireless keyboard with a number pad. I mean, maybe it’s not that important, but it’s definitely the best release today from where I’m sitting. Apple’s mice have been wireless for eight years, and sure all that time there’s been a wireless keyboard, but if you wanted a number pad and a “page down” button you were forced to endure a lone, white wire casting a shadow of shame on what would otherwise be a pristine desk. It’s finally over.
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If you could care less about a number pad, the Magic Bridge from Twelve South is another handy solution for streamlining your Mac desktop setup. It works by attaching the Magic Trackpad to Apple’s standard wireless keyboard, and it’s just $35 right now at the Gear Patrol Store.