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Apple iMac keyboard no longer has numeric keypad

Posted on Tuesday, March 03 2009 @ 20:23:18 CET by

Engadget spotted Apple has made the new iMac a bit less functional, the new standard wired Apple Keyboard that ships with the system no longer has a numeric keypad. Fortunately, the regular keyboard is still available as a free upgrade during the ordering process.
It's the same design as the wireless model, which also lacks a numeric keypad, except that this one has USB plugs on each end, and a cord of its own snaking towards your otherwise immaculate desktop. The good news is that the regular keyboard hasn't gone anywhere, you just have to make sure to configure your new purchase with it when you order -- it's a free "upgrade."



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