Econo-Keys Releases EK-76-TP, The Portable Keyboard With A Twist

Posted: Jun 10 2009, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:51pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Ahh, portable keyboards. So useful, and so often poorly made. It's difficult to make a keyboard that's both portable, ergonomic, durable, and unique in some way. Econo-Keys has tried to do just that with their brand new EK-76-TP keyboard. It conforms to IP67 standards for resilience to dirt, dust, and water, so it should be durable. It looks like it folds up well, and it seems ergonomic enough. The EK-76 looks like a pretty solid product...but what separates it from the herd?

Apparently, Econo-Keys is trusting the big old trackpad they installed on the flipside of the keyboard to distinguish their new product from the pack. I'm not sure how useful a reversible trackpad will actually prove to be, but apparently Econo-Keys thinks it's nifty enough to justify a $146 price tag.

If you do like the cut of this keyboard's jib you can pick it up online from the Econo-Keys website. All credit card orders on the site benefit from a 10% discount.

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