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Dell & Mac Style Keyboards


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I am in the midst of modding my pc, and it is time for me to get a new keyboard. I want one with the style of the ones below. They are kinda cut off on the edges, and I like that. I really don't want a dell one because I hate dell. & I dunno if the mac one would work on my pc since I do not have a mac.

1. Do any of you know where I can buy (online), these style keyboards even if they are different brands but at least the same style?

2. Would a mac keyboard like the one below work on a pc? (ie: windows 98, xp, intel, NOT MAC COMPUTER, etc.)


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i dont think that a mac will work with a pc..although ive heard of adapters that allow mac keyboards to work with pc. and as regards to the first question ill do some research on google.
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ok i found a program that allows you to use Mac keyboards with PC...it only lets you use certain Mac keyboards though(check under product support Devices and make sure if the keyboard you want to use is there) http://www.trinitywo...eKPro/index.php
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Hope you can find some sites that sell these keybaords for a pc. I don't think I want the mac one on a pc cuz that program needs a license and some keys probably won't work.

Please get back to me soon.


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http://www.audio-dis....com/64365.html

http://microcenter.c...duct_id=0230448

http://microcenter.c...duct_id=0228106

http://microcenter.c...duct_id=0228195

i guess some of these are close its hard to find one just like that mac one but here is a few to get you started

Edited by Longhorns242, 29 July 2006 - 08:40 PM.

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