My old keyboard started to show signs of wear so I went looking for a possible replacement and was initially leaning more towards either the Apple aluminum alphanumeric USB keyboard or the Logitech K750 solar-powered wireless keyboard because I prefer the feel and tactile feedback that a Chiclet-style keyboard provided me. While scouting for other options, I accidentally stumbled upon the Targus bluetooth wireless keyboard originally designed for the Apple iPad and iPad 2, so I decide to check it out.
Wow! It was a dead-ringer of the Apple's wireless aluminum chiclet-style keyboard that came with the recent model iMacs, including the layout, only except it's in black. A plus for those who don't like dusty or dirty white keyboards.
Realizing it not only worked with the iPad but with desktop Macs, I ended up buying it and am happy and satisfied with the purchase. I particularly love the ergonomics and the good tactile feedback it provides, in fact I'm using the keyboard now to type this new post.
Priced right between the two other choices mentioned, P2,500 (Apple USB aluminum keyboard), P3,500 (Logitech K750 solar-powered wireless keybord), the Targus is right somewhere in the middle and is just a few hundred pesos cheaper than the Apple aluminum wireless keyboard but with the same footprint and form factor.
On initial setup in Snow Leopard, the keyboard was detected right away and paired on first try without any issues. Powered with two AAA batteries, the packaging says those Energizers should last as much as 7 months or so on average before requiring replacement (or recharging). Considering that I use my desktop computer everyday, I guess I will have to find out.
Anyway, please don't consider this a quick review but I just posted this as a heads-up to those who are looking for a wireless keyboard to go with their iPads. The Targus bluetooth keyboard might be what you're looking for.
System requirement: iOS or Mac OS X 10.4 or later.