Posts Tagged ‘keyboard

The Keyboard Organizer

16, Aug 2006

The worlds first and only fully functioning computer keyboard that opens to have internal storage to organize the computer desktop area. You can now store a whole lot of useful things inside your keyboard and have easy access to them all the time.

When the keyboard is in the full, upright position it stays open without tipping over. It is only one tenth of an inch thicker than the normal keyboard and still thinner than many other keyboards in the market.

The Keyboard Organizer is ideal for use in offices, home offices, college dorms, studio apartments, design firms, shipping departments, POS locations, receptionists, legal offices, government offices, and also makes a great gift.

The price of the The Keyboard Organizer is $24.95 for the PS/2 wired model (MK190O) and $49.95 for the wireless one (MK2100).

If you need more information about the The Keyboard Organizer…

The first-of-its-kind Logitech EasyCall Desktop is a complete solution for Internet calling and navigating the PC. The EasyCall Desktop’s full-duplex speakerphone includes Logitech RightSound Technology, which eliminates echoes for clear headset-free Internet phone calls. The speakerphone acts as the control center for the Internet calling experience, with volume up and down, mute, call pick-up, and call hang-up buttons that make it easy for people to manage Internet calls. The product also comes with a stereo headset that can be plugged into a convenient port on the speakerphone when privacy is important.

A full communications panel on the stylish cordless keyboard provides people with the ability to launch Internet communications applications, easily change their online status, and make and accept calls. Convenient speed-dialing controls offer one-touch calling to friends, family, or co-workers. These easily accessible buttons can be used to store and dial either telephone numbers or IP addresses associated with user names. The product is optimized for use with Internet calling applications, such as Yahoo! Messenger with Voice and AOL’s AIM service in the U.S., and Skype in Europe.

The keyboard also offers one-touch access to applications such as e-mail and a Web browser, and a media panel makes it easy to control digital music in applications such as iTunes and Windows Media Player. The cordless mouse features Logitech’s high-performance laser technology, delivering exceptional precision and control on virtually any surface.

The suggested retail price of the kit is $129.99, Logitech EasyCall Desktop should be available in mid-September.

For more information about Logitech EasyCall Desktop Kit…

Qliner HotKeys 2.0

6, Aug 2006

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Qliner hotkeys is a free and open source keyboard productivity environment. It is the first product of it’s kind that is usable by computer geeks and non geeks alike.

Hotkeys builds on the concept of Windows shortcut keys but takes this concept to a whole new level. Do you think key combinations are hard to remember? Just hold the Windows key for three seconds and up pops a Onscreen Keyboard with icons on the keys that are configured. This you can use, not only to remind you of hotkey combinations, but also for Drag and Drop Configuration.

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Key features
– Smart Application Launching
– Smart Application Instance Switching
– Drag and Drop Configuration using an Onscreen Keyboard
– Support for 100+ International Keyboards (making it a handy tool for international keyboard users).
– Support for Dvorak keyboards
– Support for laptop or other Keyboard layouts.
– Volume Control tool
– Clock tool
– Optionally maps Caps Lock key to Window key (handy if your keyboard does not have a Windows key or if you just hate the default behavior of Caps Lock)

For more information and to download the Hotkeys version 2.0 …


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