Numeric Keypad

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Numeric Keypad

A keyboard containing the numbers zero through nine exclusively or almost exclusively. Telephones and ATMs both require numeric keypads.
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The mouse requires two AA batteries while the keyboard requires two AAA batteries; the separate number pad uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery.
Sattler suggested that left-handers should rather get a separate number pad with a USB connection, like those available for laptops.
The number pad is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 for programmable functions of some keys.
The full-size wireless keyboard includes a number pad and features a layout designed for Mac users, with a Logitech-only concave key-cap design.
The Cash Code feature contains six cash values which the player must try to unlock by guessing the correct code using an on-screen number pad.
Players would control the flippers using the number pad on their phone but with Emusicon Pinball, players now control the computer pinball game with their keyboard.
One device was fitted over the card slot and receipt slot on the machine, and a pin number reader was fitted over the pin number pad above the screen.
While the Xenon has a full touchscreen in addition to a very nice slide-out keyboard, the less-capable Neon only has touchscreen functionality for a virtual number pad.
The grocery store just puts up a number pad for my PIN, without any apparent option for me to choose credit.
Excessive use of a computer mouse or number pad, or constant mobile phone text messaging, can also cause damage similar to the Repetitive Strain Injury associated with typing in the 1980s and 1990s.
Once this process is complete, a sheet of paper is printed with the assigned room number and a special number code which serves as a key when entered into the number pad located on the doors.
Especially when using the small keypad of a PDA or the number pad of a Smartphone, the system saves wear and tear on the user's thumbs.