Add a Bluetooth numeric keypad to your computer’s keyboard

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I haven’t had a keyboard with a numeric keypad in many years, but my hand still automatically starts to move to the right whenever I need to enter numbers.  I considered buying Apple’s wired keyboard with a number pad, but it’s too big to fit on my desk and allow room for my mouse.  Satechi has a Bluetooth accessory that’s just what I need.  The Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keypad is compatible with both PC and Macs, but its styling mimics that of Apple’s Bluetooth Keyboard.   (It’s just a bit longer to allow for a display.)  You can use it as a numeric keypad for your computer, or you can use it in standalone calculator mode – and even send the result to your computer.  It’s normally $49.99, but it’s on sale right now for $34.99.

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  2. I remember seeing these as a kid and thinking how stupid they are. Not worth anything. However now that I’ve grown up, I require a 10 key. We just enter too much info as adults.

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