Wireless Flexible Keyboards

wireless flexible keyboards
    flexible keyboards
  • (Flexible keyboard) In computing, a keyboard is , which uses an arrangement of buttons or keys, to act as mechanical levers or electronic switches. After punch cards and paper tape, interaction via teletype-style keyboards became the main input device for computers.
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • radio: medium for communication
  • transmission by radio waves
  • Lacking or not requiring wires

Desktop shot 1
Desktop shot 1
Shot from an angle with Sony DSLR A100 - Wacom Tablet Intuos 3 on the left. - Ikea Lamp - Logitech K340 keyboard. - Razer Mamba Wireless Mouse. - Ipod Touch used as clock, app is time. - Lava Lamp gone to repairs, so i dont have tripod stand. - Metallic statue. - Dell 20" Monitor. Why this Workspace works for me: This is my workspace, it is always clean, streamlined and organized. It works for me because my primary constraints are keeping a minimalist environment as I am not alone in the office, for respect to my peer, and the other is because I need all of the space on the desk, whether it be designing or working on paper. I use a wireless mouse and keyboard to be flexible when using my computer. I work best in ambient lighting so when I am using the computer I face the light against the wall to create that effect. Enjoy!
Information Station Interactive demo
Information Station  Interactive demo
Information Station: main floor, staffed 8 am-11:00 pm/midnight most days by research support staff, with two collaborative PC stations and one collaborative Macintosh station with double monitors, shareable wireless keyboards and mice, a scanner, variable furniture for use in flexible ways for collaboration

wireless flexible keyboards
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