Press Release Summary:
When fully extended on its heavy-duty 1U steel drawer, OIX 1711 reveals full-travel, 105-key keyboard that has 12 function keys and is compatible with PS/2 or DN connectors. It comes with full-size MicrosoftÂ® mouse, compatible with PS/2 or USB connectors, and built-in mousepad that can be shifted to either side via screwdriver to accommodate right- or left-handed users. Keyboard also features MousePocket(TM) storage compartment.
Original Press Release:
1U Rack-Mount Keyboard Includes Mouse
Most rack-mount keyboards come with counterintuitive touchpads or mouse buttons. Now CyberResearch® announces the OIX 1711 105-key keyboard, which comes with a familiar full-size mouse and a built-in mousepad. The mousepad surface can be easily shifted to either side to suit right- or left-handed users.
The OIX 1711 rack-mount keyboard with mouse and MousePocket(TM) storage compartment adds the familiar, intuitive feel of a mouse to your rack-mount PC system. When fully extended, the heavy-duty 1U steel drawer provides a full-size keyboard.
In front of the keyboard is a raised area covered with a durable mousepad surface and a MousePocket storage compartment. All it takes is a screwdriver to shift the mousepad from left to right, exposing the opposite MousePocket and making the mouse better suited to right- or left-handed use. A full-size Microsoft® mouse is included with each keyboard.
The 105-key full-travel keyboard has 12 function keys. It is compatible with PS/2 or DN connectors. The mouse is compatible with PS/2 or USB connectors.
In addition to rack-mount keyboards and display/keyboard combos - now shipping from stock - CyberResearch, Inc., also offers rack-mount and panel-mount PCs, as well as CPU cards, monitors, data-acquisition, and motion-control systems. For more product information, call Joe Tetreault at 800-341-2525, or visit http://www.cyberresearch.com/keyboards.
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