VisionTek CandyBoard mini wireless keyboard with integrated touch pad

VisionTek launches the CandyBoard, a wireless mini keyboard featuring integrated touchpad, 69 keys and according manufacturer is fully compatible with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles.

The keyboard utilize 2.4GHz wireless connectivity via USB dongle, ranging up to thirty feet, feature backlit LEDs keys,  gaming-oriented navigation keys designed to “be used as joystick controls ” and a “capacitive-sensing” touchpad to eliminate the need for a separate mouse. It also includes a built in laser pointer for boardroom or lecture style settings and rechargeable Li-ion battery.

VisionTek CandyBoardAimed to be the perfect HTPC accessory and offering full Windows Media compatibility, Mark BilsonVP of Sales says: “The integration between your home computer and your television entertainment system creates a need for more mobile and user-friendly peripherals. Web based content has ballooned in the last year and only promises to explode in the next decade. I can honestly envision a CandyBoard in every family room across America!”

VisionTek CandyBoard

The VisionTek CandyBoard is available now with  MSRP of $89.99.

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