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Take a peek behind your desk, and most likely you'll find cables tangled together like a plate of spaghetti. The Interlink VersaPoint Wireless Keyboard helps untangle this problem.
Powered by four AA batteries, the keyboard requires no wires to function. It uses an omnidirectional infrared technology to communicate with your PC.
This wireless input station is comprised of two components: an 81-key Windows 95 keyboard and an integrated touchpad for mouse functionality.
The keyboard is designed for Internet browsing, wireless computing and interactive presentations. It employs a sleep-mode firmware that extends the battery life to up to one year, and supports fingertip and stylus modes. Since it is Microsoft-keyboard-and-mouse compatible, installation requires no additional software.
$99.95. Interlink Electronics, 800-340-1331, 805-484-1331. Winfo #611