Atek’s New Travel USB KeyboardMost of us are typical PC users or laptop users and have become accustomed to our keyboard size and key locations, but for a select few, you run off a table PC or Netbook.Â If that’s the case, then you’re probably looking for a nice, compact, portable travel keyboard.Â Today we found your item.
The Atek OnBoard USB keyboard is compact in size, layout like a full QWERTY keyboard and sturdy case for portability.Â The OnBoard uses a slide out protective case during transit and an inflatable wrist pad for once you’ve settled in.Â The keyboard uses a USB cable to connect and has a tight wrap-around storage area for the cable iteself. Atek is proud to divert away from the traditional portable USB keyboards such as fold-up, roll-up and miniature keyboards. The OnBoard has 99 keys (missing are the Print Screen, Scroll Lock, Pause Break, and right side Ctrl and Windows keys) together with separate numeric keys and a full (if squashed) F-key row.Â It weighs under 1.4lbs.Â The â€˜board measures 14-3/4 inches long and the cover can act as an angled stand. Source:Â SlashGear.