Make Typing as Easy as ABC This Christmas.Ergonomic ergonomic - Concerning ergonomics or exhibitting good ergonimics. , 53-Key, Alphabetical Keyboard From New Standard Keyboards The New Standard Keyboard is a 53-key keyboard developed by New Standard Keyboards with a redesigned layout. All of the keys are found in alphabetical order. Many keys are multi-function, utilizing function shifting keys. is Great Gift for Adults, Kids, Gamers, Business, Home and School
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The California company offers two versions of its keyboards, which have only half as many keys and offer several major advances over the standard "QWERTY See QWERTY keyboard.
(hardware) QWERTY - /kwer'tee/ (From the top left row of letter keys of most keyboards) Pertaining to a standard English-language typewriter keyboard (sometimes called the Sholes keyboard after its inventor), as opposed to Dvorak or foreign-language " design. The professional model has a silver casing with black keys and white letters. It follows the company's first product featuring keys in seven colors of the rainbow, corresponding to keyboard functions. The color-coding aids understanding of computers as well as making it an attractive accessory.
The New Standard keyboard is almost small enough to be a stocking-stuffer, just 12 1/2 inches x 5 inches x 7/8 inch thick. This is a tiny footprint for a fully-functional keyboard and yet the design accommodates larger as well as smaller hand sizes better than ordinary keyboards. With additional pre-programmed characters that can be typed directly from the keys, it is self-contained with no driver to install and supports USB-equipped Windows PC's.
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With a suggested retail price of $69.95, the New Standard keyboard is available from www.Enablemart.com in the US, www.keyboardco.com in Europe, and direct from the manufacturer at www.newstandardkeyboards.com.
For more information contact the company at 805-925-2998 or firstname.lastname@example.org.