Adesso SlimMedia Pro Keyboard with Built-In Card Reader and USB 2.0 Hub


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Adesso AKB-520UB: Picture 1 regular $29.95

About Adesso AKB-520UB

The Adesso SlimMedia Pro is a new, innovative keyboard with a built-in card reader/writer and USB hub, encased in a slim, compact keyboard, clearing up valuable desk space. The integrated SD/MMC/MS Pro card reader/writer is ideal for transferring files and images to computers. The enclosed Hi-Speed 2 ports USB 2.0 hub provides 480 Mbps data transfer rate, which is ideal for USB mobile devices, such as mouse, joystick, tablet, flash drive, digital camera and more. The built-in Internet hot keys boost productivity with features including scroll up, scroll down, back, forward, home and e-mail. The multimedia keys allow users instant access to personal files, favorite photos, music or data with one touch of a button.

Adesso AKB-520UB Features

  • Integrated Data Card Reader/Writer slot: The integrated Card Reader/Writer for SD/MMC/MS Pro allows users to transfer files and pictures from the keyboard to their PC directly
  • Two additional built-in USB Ports: The integrated Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hub provides 480 Mbps Data Transfer Rate. It features a 500 mA power current, which is ideal for USB mobile devices, such as mouse, joystick, tablet, flash drive, digital camera and more
  • Embedded multimedia and Internet hotkeys: The enclosed hotkeys allow users to connect directly to their favorite Internet or multimedia programs. With a single touch, users can surf the Web, navigate music and video clips and start many frequently used programs
  • Slick design and low profile Membrane key switch: The low profile membrane key switch features more than a five million lifecycle and is designed with a silicone rubber material, reducing noise when typing and offers a faster and quieter typing experience
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