Technology content trusted in North America and globally since 1999
8,385 Reviews & Articles | 64,034 News Posts

KeySonic launches another HTPC friendly wireless keyboard w/ trackball

Tidy compact solution for the lounge
By Steve Dougherty from May 19, 2010 @ 3:54 CDT

PC peripheral maker KeySonic has just added the KSK-5200 RFM wireless keyboard into its lineup this week which will attract many HTPC owners looking for a compact keyboard/mouse solution in the lounge.


This unit includes a scroll wheel and couple mouse buttons on the left, whilst on the right is a trackball, doing away with the need for a separate mouse.




Measurements of the keyboard come in at a tidy 388 x 42 x 185 mm, quite a good size considering the additional mouse functions on the sides. KeySonic has also implemented its SoftTouch membrane technology to give silent strokes on all keys. There are 12 hotkeys on the keyboard for multimedia and internet related tasks. It uses 2.4GHz wireless connectivity, working at a range of up to 10 metres and requires four AA sized batteries.




KeySonic is now shipping the KSK-5200 RFM at an MSRP equivilent to 49 Euros.



Related Tags