Tuesday, March 30, 2010

LiteTouch Touchpanel Keyboard from Eclipse

Eclipse has released its latest LiteTouch Keyboard that features a Touchpanel within a month after releasing its Touchmouse Wireless Mouse. The Touchpanel of the Keyboard is placed in the place of the regular Keypad. It is a Start Trek-Style Keyboard and backlit in order to view the Keys easily even in the dim lights. At the same time, with this Keyboard, you can have three different settings to use the Keyboard with a Simple Number Keypad, a Media Control Panel and a Programmable Macro Key Layout. Moreover, the Eclipse LiteTouch Keyboard has come out with the facility to adjust the Brightness control and a Volume Slider.

You can have this in the USB-wired or Wireless model and the suggested retail price of the Keyboard are $80 and $130 respectively.
•    litetouch™ LCD touch-sensitive Media Panel.
•    Trueview™ backlit keys.
•    Low profile quiettouch™ scissor keys
•    2.4GHz wireless; Up to 30ft / 10m range
•    Intelligent power control, extending battery life
•    Slim profile: A full sized keyboard for a compact space