11-09-2011 05:58 PM
So I bought this keyboard last week for my macbook pro, but it seems that it is not recognized by macbook.
Though there is no description that this keyboard is compatible for Mac, I read the reviews on amazon.ca that a lot of macbook user said that it is working. And they just wonder why it is not specified anywhere that it is compatible for macbook.
Can anyone give me any suggestion for this problem?
The macbook recognized the USB but when it asked me to press the button on the right side of Shift (to test it), it cannot recognize it.
Any help/suggestion will be really helpful.
Thanks a lot!
11-11-2011 10:26 AM
The K360 is designed to work with Windows® XP, Windows Vista® or Windows® 7. It is not designed to work on the Mac and as such may not function.
03-18-2013 04:02 PM
First off I love this product.
I bought this keyboard about 6 months ago to replace my old wired PC. I recently got a Mac Mini (late 2012 model). I installed bootamp version of windows 7 that didn't reconize my cheap buetooth keyboard that worked on OSX. Install windows 7 and then plug the usb reciever into a usb port. The appropriate driver will install in windows. Then reboot into OSX , it surprisingly does work! The negative is that you have to use a ubs port.
Beware that it may not work so its a long shot, but in my case it did and on the plus side I don't need ANOTHER keyboard!
Logitec does not support this model on Mac.
Later updates may stop this from working.
OSX MOUNTAIN LION+BOOTCAMP running Win 7 profressional 64-bit
03-18-2013 06:45 PM
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