Designed specifically with Windows Vista in mind, Logitech are preparing a new wireless keyboard/mouse combo dubbed the "Cordless Desktop Wave". This keyboard will sport a number of dedicated buttons which are specific to Vista.
TGDaily have posted up an early pic of the keyboard along with plenty of info.
After the recent FCC approval for a new wireless keyboard/mouse combination called "Cordless Desktop Wave", Logitech is now preparing Windows Vista keyboard. The new device will be Logitech's first keyboard tailored for use with Microsoft's new Windows Vista operating system. Compared to the currently available "Cordless Desktop Comfort laser" keyboard, there are now a few dedicated buttons that directly correspond to Vista features. There are four additional buttons that allow access to Vista Gadgets, the Photo Gallery, the Windows Media Player and the Media Center. The Wave also offers keys for Vista's Flip3D feature and a function to put the PC into sleep mode. The enclosed mouse also supports Flip3D by clicking and the scroll wheel. Pricing has not been announced but it should remain around $100.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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