If you’re in the market for a new low-profile keyboard, then you might be interested to learn that Satechi has launched a new Aluminum Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard. This keyboard has clearly been designed for Mac users in mind, thanks to the dedicated macOS function keys that will allow users to control certain functions on their Mac computers.


This includes pausing and playing media, switching applications, adjusting brightness, and more. Satechi has also designed these keyboards to somewhat mimic the look for Apple’s own Magic Keyboard with an aluminum finish and white keycaps. The keyboards will pair with computers via Bluetooth, and will also charge via USB-C which should come in handy for those who own Apple’s newer MacBook laptops.

Satechi has rated this keyboard with a battery life of up to 80 hours of continuous use, and a standby time of 100 hours, meaning that you should be able to squeeze out a decent amount of usage from it before charging it again. For those who’d prefer a wired option, not to worry as Satechi also launched a wired version of the keyboard.

It will function exactly the same, except that it will be wired via USB-A. The keyboards will be offered in a variety of other colors should you choose not to go with the one that closely resembles Apple’s offerings, and will be priced at $80 for the wireless model, and $60 for the wired version.

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