Sansun LED Keyboard With GSM Sensor Review

Posted: Apr 3 2005, 12:45am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:40pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Sansun LED Keyboard with GSM Sensor Review
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Ap0calypse.com reviews a LED PC Keyboard that believe it or not has a GSM Mobile Phone sensor that flashes the LEDs when a call comes in - never miss a call again when you are deep into the virtual worlds of online multi-player gameplay.

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"One of the things I find most satisfying is playing my favorite game in total darkness with nothing but my headphones on. That way I can fully immerse myself in the games environment. The problem with that though is trying to find my keys if I accidentally slip off. Illuminated keyboards help alleviate that exact problem, and while illuminated keyboards are not new to the market, the use of LEDs to light them is. Today I am going to introduce you to just such a keyboard from newcomer Sansun Industries."
Read the full review.

Sansun is sold under the Logisys computer label in the USA. Find Stores now.




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