The LMP USB Keyboard KB-1243 is a cost-effective alternative to the Apple Magic Keyboard and can be connected to any Mac with a free USB port.
This robust USB keyboard in 3-zone layout with 110 keys (ISO) and a cover made of anodized aluminum has a numeric keypad which also has the “=” sign. This allows you to work quickly with numbers and in tables. The keys are laser engraved and therefore feel pleasant on the fingertips. They have a traditional key stroke. Even longer work is easy thanks to the high reactivity and precision. The elegant design integrates the keyboard seamlessly into any Mac environment.
The two USB 2.0 ports on the side of the keyboard allow convenient operation of USB devices with low power consumption (e.g. USB mouse or USB flash memory).
The LMP USB keyboard KB-1243 has Mac-typical special characters: Adjust brightness of screen; music on/pause, forward and backward; sound off, softer and louder; disc eject and mission control. Alternatively, you can work with the programmable function keys F1 to F19 instead of the special characters via a simple key combination.
KB-1243 can be connected to both older and current Mac with free USB port (from OS X 10.5 to 10.11, macOS 10.12 and higher). It comes in traditional silver/white as well as in the stylish space gray/black.
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”, the top row of the keyboard changes 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.