Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad for Apple

Posted by at 3:02 pm on January 20, 2011

Other World Computing announced today the Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad for Apple  wireless keyboard users just in time for tax season.

The keypad is Cable/driver free and Plug & Play ready. The keypad adds the numeric capability missing from Bluetooth enabled Macintosh keyboards for convenient entering of figures, tables, and calculations. It has a full set of number keys, including forward delete, page up, page down and five additional function buttons

Designed with the same cylindrical base and brushed aluminum finish as the Apple keyboard, the Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad includes a custom linking connector that snaps in, integrating the keypad elegantly and seamlessly with the Apple Wireless Keyboard.

Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad Features

  • 28 key wireless Bluetooth keypad for easy and fast working with figures, tables, calculations, spreadsheets, and more.
  • Keys include figures 0-9, operation keys, hot-keys, page up/down, arrow up/down, delete forward, enter function key.
  • Scissor-type membrane keys for high comfort typing and reduced typing fatigue.
  • Linkage bar connects the keypad seamlessly and elegantly with the Apple Wireless Keyboard.
  • Can also be used as a stand-alone wireless keypad with MacBook, MacBook Pro, and other Bluetooth-enabled Macs.
  • Power on/off, pairing button, power on bar for activating Apple Wireless Keyboard, LED status signal.

Price and Availability

The key pad is priced at  $39.99 and is for sale now at OWC.

1 Comment for “Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad for Apple”

  1. Colin

    Purchased product last week to do 2010 taxes. F17 key didn’t work. Fortunately I purchased locally so exchanged it. The replacement worked properly for the first day however in the midst of use on the second day it became un-paired and wouldn’t re-pair. Replaced (the new) batteries and even rebooted the new MacBook Pro (to which other bluetooth devices were successfully paired).

    Will return today and sadly wouldn’t recommend. It is an important missing piece of Mac kit.

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