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keyboard

a typewriter-style COMPUTER data input device.
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com), a supplier of computer keyboard products such as foreign language keyboards, custom printed keycaps and customized keyboards.
Electronic keyboards provide additional benefits for JMC students, such as familiarizing them with the sounds of many instruments, albeit synthetically generated.
This section discusses the following adaptations: alternative keyboards, keyguards, switches, mouse modifications, pointing and typing aids, eye-tracking technology, Morse Code, optical character recognition, scanners, and voice recognition technology.
For elementary schoolteacher Cheryl Lewis, music is so important that she plunked down $500 of her own money for keyboards for the class she teaches part-time at Campus Canyon School.
Since no one else at that time had learned touch typing, owners of alternative keyboards found it impossible to counter the claim that Remington's QWERTY keyboard arrangement was the most efficient.
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.
Here are a few keyboards designed to enhance your comfort:
The mouse is an ideal companion to Unotron's washable wireless computer keyboards, also affordably priced for dental offices.
The basic idea is the teacher can teach one child, while one or more other students work independently, using computer software programs, intelligent keyboards or other tools to guide their learning.
Smaller keyboards minimize the real estate occupied and optimize the stylus movement, while larger keys can be used for text entry with even gloved fingers or for wearable computers.
Electronic keyboards that can be used with headsets or plugged into a computer start at $299 instead of $499.
The company's BlueCore Input Connection Enhancement (BlueICE) will allow Bluetooth keyboards and mice using BlueCore silicon, to connect with the host PC simply by adding batteries.