New Touch keyboard from Logitech

Logitech's New Touch keyboard is designed to take up minimum space on the desk, and features an integrated SpeedScroll touch-pad that provides the functionality of a three-button wheel mouse (by tapping the pad with one, two or three fingers).

The keyboard has full-size keys, a palmrest, and an extra tab set for smaller hands. The key layout is contoured and split to allow more natural wrist positions. Adjustable levellers on the palm rest allow you to create the slope recommended by ergonomists.

The Logitech Key-Commander software makes the 12 function keys user-programmable. System requirements for the keyboard are a free AT or PS/2 port and a PS/2 mouse interface. It is compatible with Win 95/98/NT.

The New Touch keyboard is available from Logitech (phone (02) 9972 3711) dealers and distributors at a RRP of $149.

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