The VergeAlthough pretty much anything with a USB cable will work, there aren't a lot of mechanical keyboards designed for the Mac, whether in terms of aesthetics or functionality. I was excited to test an unusual new Mac-focused keyboard called the Lofree, then, because it ticks quite a few boxes in a way that makes it like nothing else on the market.
CNETEverything you need to know about the Lofree keyboard, including impressions and analysis, photos, video, release date, prices, specs, and predictions from CNET.
MacrumorsRedesigning an input device is a risky business. When Apple introduced its latest MacBook s, some users complained that the new butterfly mechanism in the keys was a turnoff. They criticized the keyboard for its lack of travel, and said the experience of typing was not much different to tapping on a touch screen.
The Next WebI've written before about the joys of using mechanical keyboards: They offer a more exact response when you hit keys, help reduce typing errors and just feel great. But if you don't want your keyboard to take up plenty of room, there aren't a lot of options just yet.