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KEY TRONIC INTRODUCES INTEGRATED TRACKBALL WRIST PAD

 KEY TRONIC INTRODUCES INTEGRATED TRACKBALL WRIST PAD
 SPOKANE, Wash., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- As awareness for proper


office ergonomics increases, those who use computers extensively are asking for products that add productivity and comfort to the user interface.
 Key Tronic (NASDAQ-NMS: KTCC) said today it is addressing this need with the TRAKMATE(TM) integrated trackball wrist pad. "The TRAKMATE wrist pad offers users the ease and convenience of an integrated trackball with the added comfort of an easily adjusted, free-standing wrist pad," said Warren Rainer, vice president of Sales and Marketing at Key Tronic. Its built-in trackball unit features two extra buttons with corresponding LEDs for changing pointing speed and engaging drag lock. The wrist pad itself features specially designed pads for increased user comfort and conveniently located thumb wheels for easy height adjustment.
 The TRAKMATE wrist pad is backed by a one-year warranty, unlimited toll-free technical support and is built with Key Tronic(R) quality in the U.S.A. PC and Macintosh(R) compatible versions will begin shipping to distributors throughout North America in December of 1992 at a suggested list price of $149.
 For further information on the TRAKMATE integrated trackball wrist pad, see the Key Tronic booth at COMDEX or call H.W. (Wally) Starr, corporate product manager, at 509-928-8000, weekdays between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. PST
 Key Tronic operates facilities in Spokane, Wash.; Cheney, Wash.; Dundalk, Ireland and Singapore. The company's common stock is traded in the over-the-counter market and is listed on the NASDAQ National Market System under the symbol KTCC.
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 /CONTACT: H.W. (Wally) Starr, corporate product manager of Key Tronic, 509-928-8000/
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