Seeking small bluetooth keyboard with Home/End/PageUp/PageDown keys that has same "feel" as Apple wireless keyboard. Found these:

  1. keyboard1 (Apple-copy-cat silver, which I like)
  2. keyboard2 (regular black, not as aesthetically pleasing)

Any experience with the keystroke quality/feel (for above or other offerings)? Compared to the Apple wireless/bluetooth keyboard? How about bluetooth-connection quality to a MacBook Pro/Air?

Love the keystroke feel + overall design/aesthetics of aforementioned Apple wireless keyboard--but it doesn't have the aforementioned keys, which I need to be in my comfort zone in "Microsoft Excel power user" mode, among a few other things. Yes, am aware of key remapping, but too cumbersome and hard for muscle-memory to remember.

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The fn key + up/down/left/right arrows give you that functionality on the Apple keyboard. Earlier iterations of Apple keyboards were labeled as such but it still works on the newer unlabeled ones.

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    Thx. And yes, familiar with these mappings. But said mappings are both hard for my "muscle memory" to remember and are often not consistent across operational/application context (eg, operate diff from one app to the next). Thus explicit home/end/pgup/pgdn keys strongly preferred. Jul 5, 2012 at 12:35

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