OPEN BOX - Satechi Slim X3 Bluetooth Backlit Wireless Keyboard US Space Grey
Model Number: ST-BTSX3M
OPEN BOX - Satechi Slim X3 Bluetooth Backlit Wireless Keyboard US Space Grey is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Complete your modern desk space - while working remotely or from home - with the Satechi Slim X3 Bluetooth Backlit Keyboard. Designed for Mac devices, the X3 Keyboard features an extended layout with numeric keypad, multi-device Bluetooth, and shortcut keys optimized for Apple devices – all with an ultra-slim, modern design. Equipped with adjustable backlit keys and a rechargeable USB-C port, the keyboard allows you to work with ease wherever or whenever your creativity takes you.
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|Includes rechargable battery
|Has an attached light
|Item model number
|42.3 x 11.4 x 1.1 cm; 420 Grams
|1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.
|Date First Available
|Dec 17 2020
|4.4 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,215 ratings4.4 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#518 in Computer Keyboards
|Is discontinued by manufacturer
|2022 iPad Pro M2, 2022 iPad Air M1, 2021 iPad Pro M1, 2020/2018 iPad Pro, 2020 iPad Air, 2022 MacBook Pro/ Air M2, 2021 MacBook Pro 14-inch, 16-inch (M1 Pro & Max), 2020 MacBook Pro/ Air M1, 2021/2020/2019/2017 iMac, iMac Pro, 2020/2018 Mac Mini, 2018 MacBook Air, 2018/2017 MacBook Pro, 2021 iPad Pro M1, 2020/2018 iPad Pro, 2020 iPad Air, iPhone 15 Pro Max/15 Pro/15/15 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro Max/14 Pro/14/14 Plus, iPhone 13 Pro Max/13 Pro/13 /13 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro Max/12 Pro/12 /12 Mini, iPhone 11 Pro Max/11 Pro/11, iPhone 14 Pro Max/ iPhone 14 Pro/ iPhone 14 Plus/ iPhone 14/ iPhone 13 Pro Max/13 Pro/13 /13 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro Max/12 Pro/12 /12 Mini, iPhone 11 Pro Max/11 Pro/11, 2012 See more
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|Iphone, Ipad Pro, Ipad, Ipad Mini, Macbook Air, Macbook Pro With Touch Bar, Imac, Mac Mini
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Came in quickly, works great, build quality is excellent, nice backlight. It was everything I was hoping for and more!
I bought this keyboard to replace the work provided one which was larger and not great quality. This keyboard has a very stable connection, charge lasts what seems forever (I'm currently typing this review on it) where it has been in use for 8 hours a day over the last 5 days and I'm yet to charge it. As a side note for software developers out there, this is a remarkably comfortable keyboard too. I'm also using it with a Linux workstation where it also works seamlessly which I didn't really expect - preparing myself for key binding issues. Finally, the build quality. This is something that you would be happy with even if it were an Apple brand, the keys have a pleasant 'click' and have just the right travel and feel to minimize fatigue from typing all day. Great job with this keyboard! I'm considering getting a second got my personal Macbook Pro. I've found a gem!
Just bought it but really enjoying it so far.
I HAVE NEVER WRITTEN AN AMAZON REVIEW despite buying things on Amazon for years. This review is true. I tried 5 different keyboards and the Satechi Slim X2 and the Satechi Compact are #6 and #7 to try. I use Mac and love Magic Keyboard but it does not have backlight. I also wanted something small but that also had the number pad (useful for Sibelius). I wanted bluetooth connectivity and a similar typing experience to the Magic Keyboard. Many offerings have the CTRL key and FN switched in position which bothers my hot key routine. The Logi MX is excellent however the backlight shuts off and is activated by motion, therefore it is constantly going out and there is no way in the software or hardware to adjust this, as of writing. I am very glad I found these Satechi keyboards because they are the only ones that do exactly what I need: - backlit - backlit stays on - all keys are in the correct place for mac - the typing experience is similar to quality of Magic Keyboard - they are compact - include number pad The Satechi Compact is slightly thicker, probably of equal thickness to Magic Keyboard, and the X2 is slightly less thick. The Compact has rounded corner keys and the X2 has the square keys like on Mac. They are both excellent so far and I am returning the other keyboards. The X2 is more like the Magic Keyboard experience because of the square corner keys but they both feel the same otherwise. I am wondering if the Compact has better battery life as it is slightly more thick. But I just got these today so only time will tell. I am keeping both - one will live on my desk and one will live in my bag for travel. Unless the battery life turns out to be terrible I am glad to find these keyboards. I highly recommend. I don't care for writing reviews but I am very satisfied that I found these after quite a search that I felt inclined to share, which is very rare for me. The X2 could basically be a Mac product if it had the logo - it really matches it well and it has backlight. Odd that Apple does not make Magic Keyboard with backlight. Thanks for reading I hope this review saves you time and toil. UPDATE 11.24.23 So far so good. I have been using the Slim X2. It is very similar to Magic Keyboard. I have not charged it yet even from the package opening. I read on the Satechi website (which is good) that the battery in the X2 is 1300 mAh and the battery in the Compact is 700 mAh. This is interesting because the Compact is slightly wider and thicker. In any case, both have good build quality, especially the Compact. It has some really nice metal binding and I think the body of both are aluminum or some other metal. I will probably choose the X2 first because the keys are square it is more reminiscent of the Magic Keyboard and the battery capacity is listed as being greater, though I am not sure at this point that this is an important consideration. One final note - the backlight does fade out if not typing and is reactivated with motion of fingers on keyboard. But unlike the MX keys the fade out does not happen immediately (was really annoying) and it takes approximately 60 seconds of inactivity for the fade to occur. This is a good thing. Also if the backlit setting is at full brightness when the fade happens it does not completely fade to zero it seems, which is also good. I am very happy with the X2. The Compact is really good too. The build quality is wonderful.
Disclaimer: this review is written from the perspective of someone who is totally blind, but don't let that scare you, it should be helpful to everybody. I got this keyboard to go with my 2023 m2 MacBook Pro. Holding it in your hand, it feels very much like the Apple Magic Bluetooth keyboard, except it's $30 less, and it connects to 3 devices! It charges via USB C. When I got it, I couldn't figure out how to pair it with more than one bluetooth device, but according to the manual I found online, you have to press and hold the fn key (first key on the bottom left of the keyboard) in conjunction with the number 1, 2, or 3 on the keyboard. Hold them down at the same time, for maybe 3 seconds, apparently some light comes on, but I don't know about that. Then the slim x1 bluetooth keyboard should show up in your list of available bluetooth devices in system preferences on your Mac. Now, I only did this with a Mac, so I don't know if it works on windows or not, sorry. If you have this keyboard paired with more than one device, press the fn key along with either, 1, 2, or 3, depending on which number you associated with what device. Don't hold it, just press fn along with the number, and it should switch. One thing I found tricky was even though I had my function keys (the keys on the very top row), to function without having to press the fn key, that didn't seem to work. There's a setting on the keyboard called FN lock, you press the fn key on the bluetooth keyboard along with the escape key on the keyboard. I don't know if you have to hold them or not, just try it, you can't hurt it. This is a great, durable feeling keyboard. And because it's meant for Mac, the command and option keys aren't flip-flopped how they are on some so-called universal" keyboards, which is so much easier.