... as an extra added bonus has these:
What are you referring to?
If you mean the page movements layered on the cursor keys with fn
, Apple started doing that with the G3 Powerbooks, in 1998. It sucks because fn
is on the far left, so you can't page through documents one-handed. On older Apple laptops fn
was seen by the OS as a modifier, so you could at least fix that with uControl
, but when it's handled in the keyboard, ain't no way.
If you mean the one-cap-for-two-keys thing, that is characteristic of the recent Apple chiclets, as yet another one of Steve Jobs' techniques to promote touch screen by making keyboards that are hardly any better.