Found some informations on geekhack about Mac support:
Most Windows-style keyboards will work on a Mac (I am typing this on a Ducky Shine connected to a Mac mini). F9 to F12 do Expose etc.
Oh and F1 to F7, when pressed in conjunction with the extra "Fn" key, do volume control, play pause etc.
Plus there is a switch under the keyboard that swaps the left Alt and Windows keys to match the Mac's Command and Option layout.
So pretty any Scandinavian layout mechanical keyboard should work, just that the key legends won't exactly match a Mac keyboard, but you should be able to get custom key caps for that.
Ducky Shine DK9008S (DK9008S-CEALR)
TankGuys page claims Mac incompatible but that's not true. The board has DIP switches to adjust Ctrl/Alt/Win keys to "fit for Mac". Works just fine on a Mac.
I've found Ducky to be great with my mac but I have no tried many other ones with it.
Originally Posted by Kip69
There was a specific version of the DII at Computex that was for Apple and Apple like products. I show it briefly in my video.
I'm only aware of the iShine, picture: http://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/317969_429735877058471_1164420591_n.jpg
Could you send the link to your video.