Saturday, 3 October 2009

Adesso SlimTouch WKB-4000UB Wireless Keyboard 2.4GHz RF Wireless, Quiet Keys, Integrated Touchpad

No stranger to the wireless keyboard market, Adesso has released yet
another product offering mere months after it had announced both the
WKB-4100 and AKB-420 desktop keyboards with integrated touchpads. Their
latest offering, the WKB-4000UB SlimTouch is most certainly targeting
the portable market and those of us that prefer our keyboards feature a
more streamlined look. It builds on the technology found in their
desktop models while offering a more compact design.

The WKB-4000UB SlimTouch wireless keyboard is perfect for tight spaces,
including living rooms, kiosks/stations, conference rooms, mobile and
workgroup project environments. It features 2.4GHz RF connectivity, an
ultra-slim design with clean lines, and an integrated touchpad
eliminating the need for a mouse. I guess that's one more thing you
wouldn't have to worry about packing. A new feature found in the
WKB-4000UB is the availability of a sleep mode and power switch, which
allows users to switch their power off while away from their desk. This
should save some battery life and extend the working time of the unit
significantly.

The unit also sports a Quick Connect button that enables users to
synchronize their PC with the click of a button. This unique keyboard
certainly ups the ante when it comes to portable wireless keyboards.
It's small, compact in size and extremely mobile, easily fitting in a
briefcase or backpack. The WKB-4000UB also has a USB mini-receiver with
a 30-ft range that won't stick out like a sore thumb when it's plugged
into your machine. I'm not really sure why you would want a 30-ft range
on a wireless keyboard, though. Maybe you want to sit your laptop on a
table across the room and use a pair of binoculars to work.

You can get a WKB-4000UB SlimTouch wireless keyboard at
www.adesso-shop.com for $109.99 (because we all know that $110 is just
way too much). And don't forget the two AAA batteries you'll need to
power the thing.

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