The new LMP USB Keyboard KB-1243 is a cost-effective alternative to the Apple Magic Keyboard and can be used with any Mac with USB port. The rugged 3-zone wired USB keyboard with 109 keys (ANSI) and aluminum upper cover features a numeric keypad (which includes the “=” sign) and two additional USB 2.0 ports for low-energy peripherals. The keycaps are laser-engraved and have a traditional tactile feeling. The KB-1243 can be used for vintage Mac/Mac OS X as well as for current Mac/macOS.
If the symbols “°/^” (symbol beneath “esc” key) and “</>” are reversed, you can swap them by pressing “fn + °/^” (“fn + [key below “esc” key]“.
By pressing “fn + esc” keys, the top row of keyboard is changing from system functions (such as “brightness up/down” or “volume up/down”) to true functional keys (F1, F2, etc.). “fn + esc” changes back and forth between system functions and true Fx keys.