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Thread: Ideal Illuminated mini-keyboard

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    Ideal Illuminated mini-keyboard

    "The KI6800-BX Series is our miniature NEMA 4 (IP66) sealed keyboard with full 101/104 functionality in a patented, innovative small foot print with full size keys. These models have either red or green LED back-lighting with ten levels of user settable intensity, need no external power and are port compatible requiring no special software drivers.

    These keyboards use CTIís advanced designs for sealing and reliability, are molded of silicone rubber and have 2 mm travel with excellent tactile feel. Gold over nickel contacts combined with superior sealing assure users of years of reliable operation."

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    Size: 7.996" X 4.887"

    Down side: Cost is $245

    Link: http://www.ctielectronics.com/oemsk.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by redmage
    Down side: Cost is $245

    Not only is that thing ugly, that is expensive!
    Can build a whole computer for that much.
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    im gonna get a deck keyboard from thinkgeek

    http://www.thinkgeek.com/computing/input/72e2/

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    Damn... is this thing wireless? *prays*

    I don't see any wires on it but it doesn't mention anything about being wireless
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    No its USB. Definetly wired.

    But it looks to be built like a tank and adjustable individual key backlight. yeah the price is double a zippy, but i think it looks better and will last forever.

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    i'd pay 245 if you give me rubber keyboard bottoms.... with controlled illumination which i think it already has. and a warranty or insurance...
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    That deck keyboard is awesome, I'd rather have the Deck that the one I mentioned. The one I mentioned is about four inches smaller though but the Deck looks a lot brighter and it's a better price
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    Awwe man i already have a wired zippy... my next keyboard will definetly be wireless RF. I cant stand the wires
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    Why won't someone make a wireless keyboard for us that is also illuminated. Is it the battery life....why not just put a switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter
    Why won't someone make a wireless keyboard for us that is also illuminated. Is it the battery life....why not just put a switch.

    ARGGG
    I have an RF Link wireless keyboard and it has a mouse built onto it. I realllly like that unit and it was about $120 for the kit (comes with a laser pointer/presentation mouse)

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