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keyboard

a typewriter-style COMPUTER data input device.
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95 price of the Keys-U-See keyboard is right for the pocket book, and lower than many other standard keyboards on the market.
You will find a parallel sequence played out in JMC classes throughout the world--children hear a melody or harmony, sing it in solfege, play it on the keyboard and then learn to read it.
The most common computer input methods are accessible by either a standard keyboard or mouse.
Campus Canyon PTA president Karen Blufer said Lewis' enthusiasm rubbed off on her 8-year-old son, Elliot, who begged for a keyboard for Christmas after taking Lewis' class.
Ignoring for the moment the fact that just about all computer users now use sleek graphical operating systems much like the Mac's graphical interface (itself taken from Xerox), Wozniak cannot be blamed for repeating the keyboard story.
Many of these keyboards have been introduced since 1992, and while they all claim to prevent and ease the discomfort associated with keyboard-related injuries, your best defense against such problems is taking frequent breaks from typing.
Keyboard eliminates the need for a conventional mouse or trackball.
Unotron's SpillSeal[R] technology can be disinfected and cleaned under running water without damaging the keyboard or mice, finally allowing dental offices to perfectly balance function and the demands of infection control.
Many students actually have a MIDI keyboard with a floppy disk drive at home.
The QWERTY keyboard is designed for ten fingers not one stylus or finger.
Beginners can practice silently on an electronic keyboard by using headsets.
With the release of the Goldtouch for Mac keyboard, it made sense to align ourselves with a partner who understands the Mac audience," said Peter Gilbert, CEO of Key Ovation, regarding the agreement.