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Windows 7: Does the new apple USB keyboard work on windows 7 64?

01 Sep 2009   #1
greeneggsandham

windows 7 ultimate 64 (build 7600)
 
 
Does the new apple USB keyboard work on windows 7 64?

I know the previous apple usb version works with windows xp & vista minus a few keys and some key remapping needed. But the latest smaller apple keybaord I'm not sure as I can't find any solid info about it or someone using it on windows 7 64 bit version.

I don't want to use the apple drivers you can get for windows, I just want to know if it will work with win7 when I plug it into my pc before I buy it?


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01 Sep 2009   #2
saverio

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Yes, i'm using the waffer thin bluetooth keyboard and mighty mouse and they work fine. As you say, the usual niggle with the " and @ keys needing remapping for the UK market and also volume and eject keys don't work but other than that fine
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01 Sep 2009   #3
greeneggsandham

windows 7 ultimate 64 (build 7600)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by saverio View Post
Yes, i'm using the waffer thin bluetooth keyboard and mighty mouse and they work fine. As you say, the usual niggle with the " and @ keys needing remapping for the UK market and also volume and eject keys don't work but other than that fine
Thanks for the response, I just wanted to make sure before purchasing. Tried out the a mac with the newer keyboard & loved the super flat keys alot & know one seems to make a keyboard like that for windows pc's.
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