Apple made a number of hardware announcements at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 yesterday. If you’re in the market for a new wireless keyboard, perhaps you’d want to pick up Apple’s latest offering. Apple has released a full-size wireless Magic Keyboard after its WWDC 2017 press conference, the keyboard comes with a full numeric keyboard.

Apple’s hardware announcements for WWDC 2017 include refreshed iMac, MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air models that come with faster processors and storage. Apple also provided a sneak peak of the iMac Pro yesterday which is the most powerful Mac the company has ever made.

The company also unveiled its much-rumored Siri speaker yesterday. Called HomePod, the speaker promises impressive sound quality with Siri intelligence, so it can double as a virtual assistant that’s capable of answering questions and controlling smart home objects.

The keyboard obviously didn’t get any time during the company’s keynote yesterday, after all, it’s not a major product. This new Magic Keyboard from Apple has a dedicated numeric keypad and retains the same wedge profile and scissor switches of the compact keyboard. It even has the same Lightning charging cable.

Apple says that the keyboard can last a month between charges and it ships with a USB to Lightning cable as well. The wireless Magic Keyboard from Apple is now available for purchase from Apple’s online store. It’s priced at $129.

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