Apple Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

Apple released a Wireless Keyboard and Mouse today.

The new peripherals cost $69.00 each and look similar to their wired counterparts. (Mouse has one button) Both requires Mac OS X 10.2.6 or later and a bluetooth interface on your Macintosh.

The Keyboard uses 4 AA batteries while the Mouse uses 2 AA batteries. The batteries for the Keyboard are said to last 9 months, while the batteries for the Mouse are said to last 3 months.

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