IOGEAR Introduces Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo

IOGEAR has released a new wireless keyboard and mouse set. Using radio frequency (RF), the keyboard and mouse can be used up to six feet away from the USB receiver. The mouse features a high-resolution optical sensor, and the keyboard features programmable hot keys. From IOGEAR:

IOGEAR, a leading connectivity and peripheral specialist, has launched its Radio Frequency (RF) Wireless Keyboard/Mouse combo, allowing consumers to eliminate the hassles of wired computing devices.

The keyboard and mouse allow users to work up to six feet away from the USB receiver connected to any PC or Mac. In addition, the optical mouse provides enhanced accuracy on most surfaces and minimal hand movement, thanks to its 800 dpi resolution. The ultra thin, lightweight keyboard offers mobility and comfort wherever itis being used.

IOGEAR lets consumers take complete control of the desktop with hotkeys. By pressing programmed keys, users can access some of the most common applications, including email and multimedia programs. Priced at $59.95, IOGEARis RF Wireless Keyboard/Mouse combo is available immediately from all major catalog resellers, online resellers and selected retail outlets.

"As the wireless revolution continues to evolve, consumers are becoming more dependent on wireless solutions that make computing at home or work more efficient," said Miranda Su, vice president of sales and marketing at IOGEAR, Inc. "Our new Wireless Keyboard/Mouse combo allows users to continue their normal computing habits, while eliminating the wired mess often associated with the use of peripherals."

The keyboard and mouse are ergonomically designed for comfortable use and come with IOGEARis standard three-year warranty. The optical mouse comes with rechargeable batteries, allowing users to simply recharge the mouse by placing it in the holding tray.

IOGEARis RF Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo is available now for US$59.95.

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