Multimedia Compact Keyboard in flat Notebook Design
The chic black KSK-6000 U has an extremely flat keypad, well-known from notebooks. Nevertheless, it offers the silent but noticeable keystroke of the high-quality X-Type membrane technology. The key area is kept very large, as it is the norm in industrial sector. This additionally makes typing easier. The new input device is with its especially low height of only 18 mm well suited for usage in cramped and in living areas.
Twelve multifunctional keys - among other things, for standby, volume regulation, starting the Windows Me-dia Player as well as calling a calculator - ensure high efficiency and also allow the control of home enter-tainment systems. Tilt feet on the back for adjustment of the tilt angle ensure an ergonomic way of working. Despite the compact dimensions (WxDxH: 367x116 x18 mm) a standard number pad is integrated.
The installation of the keyboard by "Plug & Play" without special drivers is very easy and time-saving. The connection of the input device to a Windows 2000 / XP / Vista compatible PC is made via a 2 m long cable with USB interface.
The KSK-6000 U is delivered in an attractive retail packaging in red KeySonic design. They are marketed exclusively by MaxPoint Handelsgesellschaft mbH and are available in specialised shops for the recom-mended retail price of 19.90 € (incl. VAT) starting from June.
Maxpoint Handelsges. mbH
MaxPoint is an international operating manufacturer and importer of IT-peripherals. The MaxPoint group consists of several divisions concentrating independently from each other on their particular clientele, but offering a well-adapted overall portfolio. The most important brands are Tagan, Seasonic, SilverPower, RackMax, KeySonic and Aplus.
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