MacBook Numeric Keypads

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stonebyter

There is an app for iPhone, iPod and iPad which offers both a number pad and a track pad, it is called Number Pad and available for USD 0.99

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/number-pad-wireless-numeric/id550816643?l=de&ls=1&mt=8

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darkvince

If you’ve got an iPhone or iPod touch, check out an app called NumPad ($2.99 in the App Store), which turns your device into a numeric keypad.

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arjacques

When I upgraded to my penryn MBPro, I missed the embedded numeric pad from my G4 PBook. However, I found a utility called KeyRemap4MacBook that is able to emulate this function. The numpad is laid out like the older mac portables, and every other portable for that matter, so you learn to live w/o figures on the keys. The only downside is that it requires you to hold the fn key to keep it activated, so you don't get the benefit of a numlock.

http://pqrs.org/macosx/keyremap4macbook/

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EdInVT

My Targus wireless keypad (model AKP01), works just fine with my MacBook Pro. I've had it awhile, so there may be a newer model.

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