Wireless keyboard

By  | September 1, 2011 | Filed under: Uncategorized

So here I am sitting on the sofa and typing on my super new KeySonic wireless keyboard. It’s basically a laptop keyboard and touchpad in a very light and thin plastic case. It’s more comfortable to use than any keyboard I have used before. My shoulders aren’t hunched in an effort to raise my arms so that my hands can reach a desk. The only effort I am making is to press the keys, which are arranged very sensibly. I think it may be ergonomic perfection.

One of the best things about it is how easy it is to set up. I simply put in the four AAA batteries that were supplied with it then plugged in the USB adaptor and it worked straight away. It uses radio waves so I can point it in any direction and use it from further away then it is possible to see what I’m typing. It works everywhere in my flat. I went down the stairs and into the kitchen, typing the numbers from one to ten as I went and when I returned every number was on the screen.

I have a computer connected to my CRT widescreen 28″ television so that I can watch films and programmes that I download. I bought the keyboard so that I could control the computer without having to VNC from my main computer. However, since it is so nice to use I might use it to write as well.

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