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YourType™ Bluetooth® Wireless Keypad

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YourType™ Bluetooth ® Wireless Keypad is rated 1.7 out of 5 by 40.
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"…the numeric keypad Mac users have been waiting for…" - iLounge.


Belkin YourType Wireless KeyPad


Ideal for data entry and accounting functions, the YourType™ Wireless Keypad is a convenient, time-saving addition to your workspace. This compact wireless keypad adds 28 keys to your Apple Wireless Keyboard or MacBook, including function keys and document navigation controls.


Belkin YourType Wireless KeyPad


The keypad pairs wirelessly with your iMac, Mac Pro, or MacBook using Bluetooth technology, so you're free to move it to any convenient and comfortable location within range. This helps you maintain a clean, uncluttered desktop. It also reduces fatigue while typing.


The keypad's aluminum enclosure and low-profile, island-style keys complement the look and feel of your Apple Wireless Keyboard. And like Apple's keyboard, the keys respond quickly when touched.



At A Glance:

  • Wireless keypad connects to iMac, Mac Pro, or MacBook via Bluetooth
  • Adds 28 keys, including function and document navigation controls
  • Aluminum enclosure matches Apple Wireless Keyboard
  • Low-profile, island-style keys
  • Includes two AA batteries

Package Includes:

  • Belkin YourType™ Wireless Keypad
  • Two AA batteries
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I wish it worked. When I got this, I thought it was awesome. It looks almost exactly like my main keyboard and it makes things so much easier. I put it away for a while and now it doesn’t work. I tried replacing the batteries several times. When you push the power button, the green light goes on and then blinks off. My main keyboard and mouse pad have no such issue. It would be great if it actually worked. It seems to be a common issue.
Date published: 2020-03-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Connection drops all the time This product is a waste of your money. It losses the connection to the computer continuously. Very frustrating. Pushing the side button to light up the pad to try and connect to the computer is futile. Save your money, buy elsewhere.
Date published: 2019-10-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Meh... Bought this a week ago because it was the only model the store had and I was desperate and didn't have the time to shop around. I didn't have any problems getting it to connect to my macbook pro and for the main part it works for what I need it to do. The problem is that not all the buttons work...for example, the delete button does NOTHING. The "clear" button only works if you click on a cell that you're not working on and empty it.... My only other complaint would be that the keys are not programmable...for example, I would LOVE to be able to get rid of a key who's function I will never use and make it a "Tab" key instead so i don't have to keep switching back and forth between this keypad and my actual keyboard while i'm entering massive amounts of data into a program.
Date published: 2019-06-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Terrible connection Looses connection with PC too often. Even though Windows tells the keyboard is paired, you can not type. The problem appears and disappears without any understandable reason.
Date published: 2019-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Total Piece of Junk Connects to my MAC MAYBE 30% of the time. Just borrible.
Date published: 2019-04-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not responding The keypad was recognized by my computer and said connected, but unable to enter values into a spreadsheet...Excellent looking device, just wish it would work...
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Only trouble The problem is it's connecting to my macbook pro but the green light doesn't stay on so I can't use it. It's already my second one because the last one didn't connect anymore after 6 months so they replaced it. But now i still have problems. I don't use this regulary but it's annoying that when I want to use it, it doesn't work. Also i can't find a complete manual anywhere even though it says 'download a complete manual at the belkin website'. No I wouldn't recommend buying this.
Date published: 2019-01-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Better than reviewed, still not terrific I researched fairly thoroughly before choosing to try this out, and I'm writing this review to hopefully help others in similar situation. I have to use a Macbook at my company, yet I do a lot of number input/financial stuff, so I need a key pad. But I don't want the whole magic keyboard. This keypad, like all those I looked at, are rated and reviewed poorly, pretty much across the board. I selected this one because it is sold on the Apple store and I figured had the best chance of being returnable. The good: It works! with my MacBook Pro (15" 2018 running High Sierra 10.13.6) the keypad connected and when I press the keys, it works. The unit is nicely angled, stable, keys are easy to push, fairly responsive. Contrary to MOST reviews, I have not had any connection problems, drops in connection, etc. If you press a key while it's not connected, it's powered up and ready in about 1.5 seconds. Not bad. The meh: I always hated the silver aluminum macbook finish, which this has as well. It makes me cringe to touch it. The white plastic keys are meh. If I wanted a matchy set, I'd just buy the magic keyboard, I don't see why this must match. And my macbook is the darker finish of the 2018 macbook, not an option. I'd recommend they just make black or a neutral aluminum that would work with anything, but if you like it, it looks just like the old macbook. The bad: When connecting it to my macbook, none of the instructions that come with it, are online on the Belkin site, are listed on the Apple site, none of them are correct. The macbook connects up with the device just fine, but has no idea what it is. It thinks it's a keyboard and so goes into a loop of asking you to press the button next to the SHIFT key. Well, guess what, there is no shift key, and there's no other way out of that setup screen, so if you are looking for a satisfying resolution of installation, you will not get it. Your setup will fail, and you will have an entry on your Bluetooth menu that says Keyboard blah blah. It would be SUPER NICE if Belkin or Apple could configure something so that the computer knew what this particular device was, what keys it has, etc. Now, the good out of all of this is, it doesn't particularly matter, all the keys work fine (including the F13-16) keys. So it doesn't apparently need to finish installation gracefully to work. I also did have to replace the batteries that came with as many others have remarked. Would be better not to include them. So Giving this three stars. It works, even though it doesn't appear to install correctly. It is hideous looking, but functionally fine. In the week or so I've had it, it doesn't seem to have any connection issues. If I hadn't spent 3 hours researching better options and then troubleshooting the install process I would have given it 4 stars. If it was made of black or white plastic and had more ergo keys, it would get 5.
Date published: 2018-09-28
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