Saturday, 22 May 2010

Mad Catz Eclipse Wireless Litetouch Keyboard Eclipse Keyboard with Touchpanel Keypad & Integrated Trackball

Having just offered you a heads up concerning the Mad Catz Eclipse
Wireless Touchmouse with built-in optical sensor (allowing for fingertip
based gesture controls) Mad Catz have also announced a touch friendly
keyboard, known as the Mad Catz Eclipse Wireless Litetouch Keyboard,
which, you guessed it, is designed to perfectly compliment the
aforementioned device.
The Mad Catz Eclipse Wireless Litetouch Keyboard most notably comes with
what Mad Catz term as a 3-in-1 LCD touchpanel that offers up 3 specific
modes, media mode, numerical-pad mode and MyEclipse mode billed as
�providing the user with a host of commands which can be used to provide
dedicated controls for a multitude of activities from replicating a
simple office calculator to controlling a complex media center
According to the Mad Catz press release, the Eclipse Wireless Litetouch
Keyboard s 3-in-1 LCD touchpanel displays 12 pre-defined icons covering
topics such as shopping, finance, health and entertainment, users can
assign each icon with their favorite websites, applications, games, and
much more. Consumers can allocate up to a maximum of three individual
websites along with an application of their choice to each icon, all of
which will open at the same time and all at the touch of just one
button, ideal should one access multiple websites and applications when
shopping or dealing with their online finances. In addition, the
MyEclipse mode provides 5 numbered buttons which the user can choose to
cover any topic not already included in the pre-defined icons. Setting
up MyEclipse is as easy as drag and drop.
The Mad Catz Eclipse Wireless Litetouch Keyboard, which is powered by an
integrated rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery and which is compatible with
Windows 7, Vista and XP, is set to retail for just shy of $130 but, as
with the Mad Catz Eclipse Wireless Touchmouse, a specific date of
availability has not been confirmed.
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