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iHome Compact Wireless Bluetooth® Keyboard, Silver
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iHome Compact Wireless Bluetooth® Keyboard, Silver

Item # 396173 OfficeMax # 23453647
Experience easy wireless keyboard control
  • 88-key design.
  • Bluetooth® 3.0 technology eliminates the need to deal with wires.
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Experience easy wireless keyboard control
  • 88-key design. 
  • Bluetooth® 3.0 technology eliminates the need to deal with wires.  Easily and wirelessly connect a Bluetooth mouse to the keyboard.
  • Compatible with Mac OS X for convenient use with your computer. 
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries provide long-lasting power to the keyboard. 
  • Compact design fits easily on most desks. 

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Item # 396173 
Manufacturer # IMAC-K111S  
manufacturer LifeWorks Technology
brand name iHome
model name Compact Bluetooth Keyboard
color Silver
keyboard style straight
palm rest no
wireless technology Bluetooth
transmission range 30 feet
number of keys 88
one-touch Internet keys no
receiver connector type Bluetooth wireless
operating system compatibility Mac OS X
battery size AAA
number of batteries required 2
batteries included yes
warranty length limited lifetime
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%

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iHome Compact Wireless Bluetooth� Keyboard, Silver 1 5 2 2
Didn't work out of the box The only way I could get this to power up was by holding it upside down. That's just not practical. It seems the batteries don't fit properly. Whatever. I'm taking it back to the store. October 24, 2014
Not worth the money Picked this up recently. Wish I could return it. For $15 more you can get an official Apple keyboard which I have used elsewhere. In comparison, the iHome keyboard has a cheap feel to key strikes, whereas the Apple keyboard has a softer smooth feel. For some reason the iHome keyboard has an ESC key that requires you to use the Function+ESC when function keys are not the default. And if I stop typing for even a minute, often the first key I hit does not record and I end up backspacing and retyping which wastes time. I would not recommend this keyboard over an official Apple keyboard. The $15 you save on this keyboard is not worth the considerable lower quality of the product. September 27, 2013
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