Slimmer Stainless-Steel Keyboard
Sasse offers their new KIM stain-steel ergonomic keyboard.
With their new KIM stainless-steel ergonomic keyboard, Sasse is offering an extra-compact input device for its Ergon line of keyboards. Compared to other stainless-steel keyboards, the KIM has a much smaller width and height and requires only one rack unit of space when used as a keyboard drawer.
The keyboard is also well suited for use on a table. Its sturdy construction makes it suitable for applications such as automation tasks, point-of-information terminals, or stylish eye-catchers at trade fairs, exhibitions and offices. The integrated stainless-steel keyboard offers a 90-key, full MF2 layout, which provides a good feedback feel for reliable data input. Integrated keys are used for mouse control. The standard protection class is IP65, and the enclosure is optionally available in eloxal colours. The keyboard is available in different regional language configurations and laser-imprint lettering can be customised as needed. It has a USB connection to the PC and can also be fitted to PS2 with an adapter. Other interfaces are available upon request. A version with integrated laser trackball and IP68 protection will be available soon.
Monday, March 16, 2009