Compoint K9014 Black Standard Keyboard 104 keys - USB
The new Compoint K9014(UK) is your ideal, general purpose keyboard for all your computing tasks, be it home, office or educational use. Featuring a full-size and naturally comfortable design means reduced wrist strain and more productive usage.
Excellent tactile feedback, a separate numeric and cursor pad and of course Windows(tm) specific shortcut keys means you can also increase your workflow in a variety of applications.
Ideal also for the Raspberry(tm)PI project environment whereby a low cost USB keyboard is a necessary requirement and of course excellent tactile feedback with a thin and adjustable profile to help prevent common wrist straining and durable keys with up to a 10-million keystroke lifespan.
Features • Full-size UK Keyboard with Windows(tm) shortcut keys
• Separate cursor pad, numeric pad for better workflow
• Thin keyboard profile with tilt legs - helps reduce RSI
• Plug n‘ Play - USB interface with generous cable length
• Tactile feedback with up to 10 million keystroke operation
• Better workflow at home, the office or for education
• Ideal for Windows(tm), Mac(tm), Android(tm) and more
• Ideal for computer projects inc. Raspberry(tm) PI systems
|Language||English (UK) Language|
|Keyboard Backlighting Functions||N/A|
|LED Lighting Colour||N/A|
|Win Lock Key||No|
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|Scroll Wheel Tilt Function||No|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008
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