Coercing myself into using these wireless input devices. Like the optics, usability remains to be seen.
Now, how about some wireless synching for iP* devices, Apple? Wireless mains?
Yours truly, enjoying a tingling sense of EMI (electromagnetic interference). 😉
After a while admiring the two designed-to-the-hilt input devices on my desk and a few text-intensive sessions, I’ve come to the conclusion that the Wireless Keyboard is crap. Excuse the French. It’s one of the worst laptop keyboards in a stylish aluminum casing. Key action is soft and imprecise and it acutally has too few keys for programming (try to find “|” (that’s not a big i, but a Unix pipe) on it). I’ve gone back to my old Matias Tactile Pro keyboard. It is extensive, well-labeled, loud and, well, tactile. A design clash with the tragic MacPad. The latter has a revokable right of residence on my desk for now. I’m getting used to the gestures, scrolling and dragging is especially useful. I miss the Cmd-click that I had one one of my trackball’s extra buttons, BetterTouchTool has reactivated it, but it’s still in alpha.