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Old 29th June 2005, 17:48   #1
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With more and more people using their computers for long periods of time, it has become necessary for companies designing input devices to approach the issue of repetitive strain injury. A4 Tech has recently designed a wireless keyboard and mouse with many features intended to help prevent the onset of RSI. The keyboard features a number of pre-set multimedia keys for use with applications such as Microsoft Office, Windows Media Player and Internet Explorer. The optical mouse also has a number of attributes, including a new-design scroll wheel and various programmable buttons. The set uses RF wireless technology with ranges up to 2 metres and no angle restriction. There are 255 ID's, which allow a number of units to operate in close proximity to each other without causing interference.

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