We all know that the Mac Mini is one tiny piece of computing wizardry, so to have a full sized keyboard to go with it just will not do. Fujitsu has taken up the task to develop a compatible keyboard in terms of functionality and aesthetics, and the final result is evidently paraded in the dubiously-named Happy Hacking Lite 2 keyboard. This input device measures half the size of a regular keyboard without losing all the essential keys including Command and Option. A couple of USB 1.1 ports are also available for you to hook up low-power peripherals, although it would’ve been nice to see USB 2.0 connectivity instead. The Happy Hacking Lite 2 keyboard for Macs are available for $52 each in Japan, with plans to bring it Stateside in the pipeline.
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