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I personally use two that do and have been please with both of them. I'll briefly describe each below: WASD CODE Mechanical Keyboard WASD makes many keyboards and can customize them to your specifications (layout, key color, mechanical switch type, mac/linux/windows, etc.). The CODE keyboard is especially nice and has a clean layout, white backlighting and ...
A few months ago my organization made the decision to make docking stations a standard item to be ordered with all Macs. We've evaluated the Belkin Thunderbolt dock, the Matrox DS1, the Kwikdock, the LandingZone docks and had previously used Henge docks. The Henge docks proved to be a constant pain for both users and our support team. The connections in ...
ZenDock is still wrapping up production and have been keeping everyone in the loop on their progress via their blog: http://www.zenboxx.blogspot.com/
Most of the docks I know are very similar to the belkin one. Take a look at this article: http://www.macworld.com/article/2099483/thunderbolt-docks-review-the-best-way-to-connect-your-macbook-to-your-other-devices.html This one from Hengedocks appears to be an interesting solution, with 3 thunderbolt ports instead of 2 and plenty of other connection, ...
If you want "clicky" mechanical keyswitches, you should look at the Matias Tactile Pro, for US$150. It is a modern version modeled on Apple's long-discontinued mechanical-keyswitch keyboard that was sold in the 1990s, the Apple Extended Keyboard, which was before the days of USB. The keyboard layout of the current generation of MacBooks and MacBook Airs is ...
I seriously doubt you'll find an 'exact' match for the Mac Keyboard w/mechanical keys and that has the same exact dimensions in terms of keyboard spacing. Low height keys and mechanical switches might prove difficult to come by. I am seriously considering the DAS Keyboard Model S Professional for Mac. It has quality mechanical switches (MX Blues, a ...
Personally, I'm very happy with a Matias keyboard, though I'm not sure if they are what you are looking for, layout wise.
These two: Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard ($99.99) Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard ($79.99) are the closest you're going to get. The arrow keys are not as wide on either of them as the official wireless keyboard, and the keys are more round on the 1st one (more rectangular on the second).
I would highly recommend the Elgato line of capture hardware as they are reasonably priced, well supported, come with the software you need and have been in the business for quite some time. Even for some prosumer applications, Elgato hardware is good enough for the job as some input sources are not going to be improved by spending $2000 on hardware that ...
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