Keyboard allows many possibilities

Staff Editor - Dec 28, 2006
Keyboard allows many possibilities

A new keyboard from Atech Flash Technology crams a lot of bells and whistles into a keyboard. Along with an iPod dock, there are 3 slots that allow you to use 10 different formats of media. On Windows, each card will appear differently from each other, and the 14 hot keys allow you to jump to different programs in Windows.

Although the keyboard is not the sleekest or smallest on the market, it can be used for people who don’t want to buy an extra 10-in-1 card reader, or an iPod dock. The card readers connect via USB 2.0, and the iPod connects via USB 2.0 too.

Unfortunately it only works on Windows 2000 and XP at the moment. You will also need a PS/2 port for the keyboard, along with a USB (2.0 recommended) port to use the dock and card readers. You can find out more about the KB-Dock at Atech Flash.

Keyboard as studio apartment [Via: Crave]

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