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The USB 2.0 Enabled Keyboard


By David Ponce

It had to happen eventually. I can’t quite understand why it took so long, but well, better now than later I imagine. It’s a keyboard with an integrated USB 2.0 dock, from seemingly Canadian company Matias.ca. That way, you don’t actually have to go the extra mile and bend all the way down to your computer to sync with your iPod or whatever. Isn’t that great?

Let’s call it “enhancing our productivity” and pat ourselves on the back, ok?

There’s a Mac and a PC version and they’re both $40. Check out the product page here. Story VIA Prylfeber.







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  • Pierre Maas

    I’m sorry to disappoint you, but HP tackled this problem already over 2 years ago. I own a HP Pavilion desktop PC wich has exactly the same thing. Two USB-slots at the back of the keyboard.
    This must explain why my productivity is so high πŸ˜‰

    Keep up the good work though.

    Kind regards,

    Pierre Maas
    Maastricht
    The Netherlands

  • Tim

    Um, didn’t Apple do that with the original iMac keyboard? Thre were two, one on each end of the thing. BTDT.

  • http://www.distractech.com Mike

    Ah but were they USB 2.0 …I don’t know but they may or may not be. Anyway i thought the same thing when i first saw tis too.

    http://www.distractech.com Check it out!