Atek OnBoard Travel Keyboard

onboard_travel_keyboardAtek has released its OnBoard Travel Keyboard that has 99 keys with numeric functionality. The keyboard comes with a sliding cover to protect the keyboard.

The Atek OnBoard Travel Keyboard is ultra portable that weights at just 1.4 pounds. Sadly, you will not find the Print Screen, Scroll Lock, Pause Break, right side Ctrl and Windows keys on it. If you are interested, you can spend $30 to bring home the Atek OnBoard Travel Keyboard.

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  • Type faster and more accurately increase work productivity and reduce frustration
  • Comfortable desktop keyboard keys (99 total, including separate numeric keys)*
  • Fits inside most laptop cases and shoulder bags (measures approx. 14-3/4 inches long when stored & weighs under 1.4 lbs.)
  • Optional tilting using cover as cradle
  • Inflatable palm rest included
  • Protective sliding cover
  • USB cord wraps around keyboard inside cover for convenient storage (length 3 ft.)
  • For use with Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and Mac OS X**
  • One year limited warranty

Source: TechFresh

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