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If you’re a writer, whether in-house or freelance, you know that the actual work of writing is only a fraction of what you have to do each day. You probably also have a never-ending list of emails to respond to, new topics you need to pitch, and general followup inquiries to make. With all of that going on in your inbox, taking the time to write out every single email from scratch makes no sense. In the past, I used to dread opening my email altogether. It only revealed how much time I would have to spend sorting through messages…

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Hello from the Magic Tavern is a hilarious improvised fantasy epic in podcast form

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There are a ton of podcasts out there, but finding the right one can be difficult. In our new column Pod Hunters, we cover what we’ve been listening to that we can’t stop thinking about.

During last year’s New York Comic Con, a friend told me that I had to come with him to the live-taping of an improv-comedy podcast. I was … skeptical, but went along, as he explained the premise behind the show, Hello from the Magic Tavern.

Essentially, it’s an epic fantasy story created by Chicago comedian Arnie Niekamp. In it, his character (also named Arnie Niekamp) is getting food at Burger King when he suddenly falls through a portal to a magical world known as Foon. Fortunately, he has his podcasting equipment, and a weak Wi-Fi signal from said…

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Magic Leap developer units must be kept in locked safes

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Magic Leap is known for its secrecy. The company kept its One headset under wraps for years, teasing out details with ambiguous conference speeches and restrictive press opportunities. It should come as no surprise, then, to hear that developer units…
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iMac Pro’s Space Gray Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, Magic Trackpad 2 now available individually

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After four months of only being available to iMac Pro owners, the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad, Magic Mouse 2, Magic Trackpad 2 are available to all.
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You don’t have to buy an iMac Pro to get a space gray Magic Keyboard and Mouse now

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The space gray versions of Apple’s Magic Keyboard with Numeric KeypadMagic Mouse 2, and Magic TrackPad 2 are now available to purchase separately from the company’s new iMac Pro.

Previously, the space gray versions of the accessories were only available alongside Apple’s newest all-in-one desktop computer, which starts at $ 4,999 and is aimed at professional users. White-and-silver versions of Magic Keyboard, Mouse 2, and TrackPad 2 have been available, but the other models’ exclusivity led to complaints from some Apple users.

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Magic Leap opens up AR headset to developers with new SDK

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Virtual and augmented reality company Magic Leap has finally allowed developers to start producing content for its Magic Leap One Lightwear AR goggles and wearable computer, using GDC to launch its developer portal containing a software development kit and development guidelines.
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Ubisoft reboots ‘Might & Magic’ on iPhone, while beta testing for ‘Ark: Survival Evolved’ on iOS commences

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Two more games heading to iPhone and iPad have opened up for registrations before they launch, with Ubisoft’s ‘Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians’ reviving the RPG franchise in May, while the developers of ‘Ark: Survival Evolved’ are accepting sign-ups for iOS beta testing.
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Ubisoft revives ‘Might & Magic’ as a mobile strategy RPG

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Might & Magic is back, but not in the way you were probably hoping for. Ubisoft has revived the beloved RPG series as a mobile battler called Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians, chock-full of colorful and chibi-esque creatures to collect. The…
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New Harry Potter game lets you attend world’s best magic school

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An RPG set in the Harry Potter universe, but where you get to create your very own wizard or witch and lead them through the Hogwarts school experience, sounds all kinds of amazing. That’s the basis for a forthcoming iOS game, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, which is set to land in the App Store any […]

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Best Alternatives to Apple’s Magic Keyboard in 2018

Do you like the look of Apple’s Magic Keyboard 2, but want something a little different? There are alternatives.

Every iMac and iMac Pro comes with a specially designed, Apple brand Magic Keyboard 2. You either love it or hate it (or maybe you’re indifferent to it, in which case, you probably don’t care about this article).

If you’re looking for a completely different keyboard than the Magic Keyboard 2, check out our roundup of the best of all types of keyboards on the market.

Best Keyboards for Mac

If you love the look of the Magic Keyboard 2 but don’t love the feel, or maybe you were hoping for more than what comes in the box, we’ve got a list of keyboards that have a very similar design, but offer something a little different.

Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad

Maybe you love everything about the Magic Keyboard 2, but you really want a numerical pad and don’t want to have to plug it into your Mac. Good news everyone! Apple released a wireless Bluetooth Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad in the summer of 2017. If that’s the only thing you’ve been missing, your world is now complete. The Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad is nearly identical to the Magic Keyboard 2 except that it has a 10-key number pad and a couple of additional function keys and dedicated control keys. It’s the perfect solution for Mac users that need more keyboard functionality.

The Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad is available for $ 129.

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Matias Wireless Aluminium Keyboard

If you’re not getting the Apple brand, Matias’ wireless aluminum keyboard is probably the closest alternative you can get. It looks very similar to the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad and has a nice, comfortable slant for typing. You can also pair up to four different Bluetooth supported devices, including your Apple TV. 9to5Mac reviewed it in 2017 with much praise for it’s similarity to the Magic Keyboard 2.

The keys themselves, while not underpinned by the much-improved butterfly switches that are found on the latest MacBook Pro, feature significantly more key travel, and are relatively stable no matter where you press on a key. I found that I could type fast on this keyboard, and didn’t experience any out of the ordinary key input issues.

You can get the standard Matias Wireless Aluminum Keyboard in space gray, gold, silver, and rose gold, starting around $ 100.

There is also a newer, backlit version that comes in Space Gray.

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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750

Logitech has an uncanny ability to make keyboards with the most Apple-friendly typing experience. The K750 is a hugely popular alternative because it’s a full-sized keyboard, complete with a very similar spacing pattern to Apple’s Magic Keyboard 2. Logitech’s specially designed concave keys are in place here. If you’ve never tried the concave keys, you’re in for a real treat.

Though it’s called “solar,” it actually charges up using any light, including a desk lamp in your hotel room. So you’ll never be without the ability to get a recharge unless you’re typing in the dark, in which case you should go to bed.

The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 costs about $ 55 and comes in silver. There’s a black model that is designed for Windows PCs, but if you must have black, it’s still a good keyboard.

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Logitech Easy-Switch K811

This little ditty is my personal favorite. It’s a compact keyboard designed with Mac in mind that has plenty of useful additional features. It’s just about the same size as the Magic Keyboard 2 with the same key layout but has the added benefit of being specially designed to also control features on your iPhone or iPad, like navigating to the Home screen and audio playback controls.

The K811 also features Logitech’s specially designed concave keys. It’s a comfort level that everyone should experience at least once in their life.

The backlit keys will adjust, depending on how bright the room is. Dark rooms get all the brightness, while more lighting in the room produces less brightness on the keys.

The K811 usually costs $ 99, but you can get it on Amazon for about $ 75.

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Anker Bluetooth Ultra Compact Slim keyboard

For a low-cost alternative to Apple’s Magic Keyboard 2, you’ll be happy with Anker’s universal Bluetooth keyboard. It’s a stout little guy measuring just 11.3 inches long. It uses the Magic Keyboard 2’s scissor mechanism keys, so your typing experience will be very familiar. Its size is only slightly larger than that of the MacBook Pro’s keyboard layout. It doesn’t come with a lot of bells and whistles, but it’s also only about $ 20. For the price, it’s the perfect alternative to the Magic Keyboard 2.

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Your favorite alternative?

Do you use a keyboard that is a lot like the Magic Keyboard 2, but with features you find too important to be without? What’s your preferred model?

Updated February 2018: Added the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad and the Matias Wireless Aluminum Keyboard.

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