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10 Key Calculator is Also a Numpad-Ator

by Lambert Varias
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USB numpads are nothing new, but IDEA Japan’s 10 Key also functions as a calculator, so it’s… lemme calculate that… yep, twice as useful.

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Those who want their peripherals to blend in with the rest of their computer will be glad to know that the 10 Key also comes in black and white.

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I don’t know if there’s any way to re-map the arrow keys though, and that could be a problem if you’re used to the 2-4-6-8 layout of ordinary numpads. Unless of course that functionality is baked into you operating system and not in the peripheral itself.

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You can get the 10 Key at Retail Factory for £50 (approx. $80 USD). I guess the dual functionality and the design were factored into the formula used to derive the price.

[via ChipChick]




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Comments (2):

  1. Marc D says:

    Wow, those look nice. If they had bluetooth, I’d be sold.

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