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Old 09-12-2008
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Sanwa Wireless Keyboard

Sanwa has rolled out a new wireless keyboard that comes with a feature normally found in notebook - an integrated touchpad. Well, since this model caters to the Japanese market, it makes perfect sense for it to feature 109 Japanese keyboard keys accompanied by eight shortcut keys. It will have a maximum operating range of 10 meters from the receiver, although we wouldn't push it to the limit as claimed figures are often cited based on controlled environments in the lab. Best to use this within a 10 foot radius since you're running on the 2.4GHz RF spectrum to get it working. This Sanwa offering will retail for approximately €100 if you want to bring one home.



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Re: Sanwa Wireless Keyboard

Sanwa introduced a new wireless keyboard with a built-in track pad. It features 109 Japanese keyboard keys, and 8 shortcut keys. Operating on the 2.4GHz RF spectrum it can be used 10 meters from the receiver. Could be interesting, in particular when used while watching TV.
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