There are different two versions of the keyboard built for Windows and Macs, and although they both contain two USB ports, the Mac's version has extra keys that allow you to quickly access applications such as iCal, iChat, Mail, Safari and Front Row. For $US150, you can purchase the iConnect sometime this summer. [Lifeworks via CNet via iPodNN via Technabob]
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