The Apple Wireless Keyboard features a compact design, an ultra-thin anodized aluminum enclosure and low-profile keys with a crisp, responsive feel. The pre-assigned function keys provide one-touch access to a variety of Mac features, and the built-in Bluetooth wireless technology provides a reliable and secure connection anywhere within 10 meters (33 feet) of the Mac. The keyboard automatically powers down when not in use and turns on as soon as the user starts typing, allowing up to nine months of battery life based on average usage patterns.
The nonprofit One Laptop per Child (OLPC), formed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Nicholas Negroponte, is dedicated to creating a revolutionary child-sized laptop that will bring learning, information and communication to children where education is needed most: in developing countries. Governments purchase the laptop directly, and distribute them to their schools. The OLPC laptop was designed to be robust, tactile, and expressive at the same time. It is an iconic machine that was designed for children and challenging conditions.
The MacBook Air is a full-size 3 pound notebook encased in sleek, sturdy anodized aluminum. The 13.3-inch, widescreen LED backlit display is mercury- and arsenic-free. The keyboard is full-size and has backlit key illumination with a built-in ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts keyboard and display brightness for optimal visibility. MacBook Air also includes a built-in iSight camera and an oversized trackpad with multi-touch technology. The port hatch flips down to reveal (and closes to hide) a USB 2.0 port, headphone jack and a micro-DVI port.