If you own a Mac computer that’s paired up with a compact-sized keyboard instead of a regular one and you’re missing the functionality of a dedicated keypad, you’re in luck. There are plenty of solutions to choose from in the market, and we’ve got one more to add to the list – the Bluetooth Calculator Keypad from SMK-Link. The keypad gives you the dedicated numerical and mathematical keys that are so difficult to hit on the other side of a regular keyboard.
In addition to functioning as a wireless Bluetooth keypad, it doubles up as a calculator that can help you solve your math problems without you having to turn on your computer. You get buttons for functions like memory recall, percentages, and decimal changes; so you should have no problems handling basic calculations with this device.
And when you don’t need it for calculating figures, it works pretty well as a wireless keypad that you can map to play your favorite games on the computer. While it was designed for Mac OS X, it works on Windows as well. It is available now from the Apple Online Store with an MSRP of $59.99.
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