Apple Wireless Keyboard (MC184LL/A)
Apple Wireless Keyboard (MC184LL/A)
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Done in the Mac style—with a slim profile and brushed aluminum look—this keyboard is the perfect complement to your Apple iPad or desktop computer. 100 percent cable free, it takes the hassle out of connecting loads of cables to keep your desktop squeaky clean Read More

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jackdenial
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Sep 6, 2018
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Actually I am planning to purchase a new keyword for my PC and Apple wireless keyboard specifications as well as design are great. I really liked it. Thanks for posting such type of info. I didn’t reset my Apple ID but this link https://www.appletechnicalsupportnumbers.com/apple-id-support/ really helped me a lot to resolve my issue.
Sep 6, 2018
jzen0
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Feb 24, 2017
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where are these sourced from? No way massdrop got apple to cooperate for these...
Feb 24, 2017
americruise
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Feb 22, 2017
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Are these refurbished or completely new?
Feb 22, 2017
c12ash
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Feb 21, 2017
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Shame its not the new rechargeable version.
Feb 21, 2017
SptTablo
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Feb 22, 2017
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That's very unfortunate. But battery leaking their juice (( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)) is not common problem as well. Rechargeable batteries have their own share of problems as well. I personally like to have less cable and stick to batteries XD
Feb 22, 2017
hyperlinked
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Feb 28, 2017
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Same here, except this one is the earlier version of the previous version of the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard. I never owned one of the original version, but I assume the feel is the same. A few keys are different. I've recently picked up a backup copy of this keyboard off of eBay.
Feb 28, 2017
geodesic
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Feb 21, 2017
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I thought massdrop was meant to sell enthusiast keyboards. Not that this is inherently bad, but it seems out of place.
Feb 21, 2017
WilliamConklin
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Feb 21, 2017
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this is the previous model... pretty lame these are still this expensive.
Feb 21, 2017
geebru
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Feb 21, 2017
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Are these official Apple keyboards or off-brand that look identical?
Feb 21, 2017
hyperlinked
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Mar 5, 2017
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Well to be fair, the Fry's deal was very limited and not eligible for shipping and the one being offered by MacSales is a used unit. You must be in Washington state? As of right now, the only Fry's that has the MC184LL/B keyboard listed for sale in any form is in Renton, WA. It's also uncertain as to whether they really have special items in stock. I've had and heard of others having mixed results with going to redeem an insanely good deal only to be told when they got there that they couldn't find the item in the store.
I've found one other MassDrop item going for a drastically lower price at Fry's, but under the same conditions. It was only available for direct pick-up and only three locations had it. Someone here tried to go get the item and was told they didn't have any.
Anyway, I just picked up a brand new and sealed MC184LL/B off of an eBay seller for $30. That seems to be a pretty good deal for one that's new-in-box and sealed, but it's pretty easy to find something for around $30 that's used and in excellent condition.
I'm normally a bit of a mechanical keyboard snob, but I'm very fond of this particular Apple keyboard and I now have three of them. Two are stowed away as backups just in case these become harder to come by in the future.
I have a new 2016 MBP with touchbar and I often use this instead of the built in keyboard. I'm ok with the new MBP keyboard and actually like it better than most recent MBP keyboards, but still prefer the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard for extended typing if I'm away from my desk. One nice thing about the touchbar and the flatter keys of the new MBP is that they form the perfect groove to allow you to drop one of these Bluetooth Keyboards right on top without it slipping down during use. You lose a bit of the touchpad, but not enough for it to be a serious hinderance. On my old mid-2012 unibody MBP, I had to tack on foam strips to my MBP to keep the keyboard from sliding down during use.
Mar 5, 2017
lifehacker
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Mar 6, 2017
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Yes, I am in Renton, WA. I must have lucked out. I was able to acquire one with no issues. I have a Microsoft BT KB, but prefer the feel of the Apple BT KB better (for work). Wanted a good cheap KB, that if taken, not too much of a hit in the pocket. I am typing on a HHKP2 at home and my fingers thank me. Good to know about the new MBP. Been eyeing those. More than likely will sway to replace my aging MacBook White. Good you were able to get one at a decent price. Nothing worse in buying something you thing was a bargain and finding out the bargain was not a bargain.
Mar 6, 2017
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Well to be fair, the Fry's deal was very limited and not eligible for shipping and the one being offered by MacSales is a used unit. You must be in Washington state? As of right now, the only Fry's that has the MC184LL/B keyboard listed for sale in any form is in Renton, WA. It's also uncertain as to whether they really have special items in stock. I've had and heard of others having mixed results with going to redeem an insanely good deal only to be told when they got there that they couldn't find the item in the store. I've found one other MassDrop item going for a drastically lower price at Fry's, but under the same conditions. It was only available for direct pick-up and only three locations had it. Someone here tried to go get the item and was told they didn't have any. Anyway, I just picked up a brand new and sealed MC184LL/B off of an eBay seller for $30. That seems to be a pretty good deal for one that's new-in-box and sealed, but it's pretty easy to find something for around $30 that's used and in excellent condition. I'm normally a bit of a mechanical keyboard snob, but I'm very fond of this particular Apple keyboard and I now have three of them. Two are stowed away as backups just in case these become harder to come by in the future. I have a new 2016 MBP with touchbar and I often use this instead of the built in keyboard. I'm ok with the new MBP keyboard and actually like it better than most recent MBP keyboards, but still prefer the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard for extended typing if I'm away from my desk. One nice thing about the touchbar and the flatter keys of the new MBP is that they form the perfect groove to allow you to drop one of these Bluetooth Keyboards right on top without it slipping down during use. You lose a bit of the touchpad, but not enough for it to be a serious hinderance. On my old mid-2012 unibody MBP, I had to tack on foam strips to my MBP to keep the keyboard from sliding down during use.