Designed to complement the Bakker Elkhuizen S-board 840 Design USB Compact Keyboard, the Bakker Elkhuizen S-board 840 Design Numeric Keypad offers plenty of features and functionality that other USB numeric keypads can't match. The thin shape and retractable USB cable make this keypad ideal for on-the-go use, and low-force keys allow for hours of pain-free typing. For those who frequently find themselves using a numeric keypad for quick calculations, Bakker Elkhuizen S-board 840 Design Numeric Keypads also feature a dedicated "calculator" mode and LED display, and can even transmit calculated data to your PC with the touch of a button.Read More...
The Bakker Elkhuizen S-board 840 Design Numeric Keypad features a super-slim design and low-force shear mechanism switches to provide a comfortable, portable option for users looking to add a USB numeric keypad to their ergonomic keyboards. The S-board 840 Design Numeric Keypad also has a unique calculator function that allows for simple calculations to be made right on the built-in LCD screen. These calculations can then be transmitted to your computer quickly and easily.
|Dimensions||3.75'' W x 6.5'' D x 0.85'' H|
|Compatibility||Windows 98 or newer, Mac OS and Linux with USB device support|
The Bakker Elkhuizen S-board 840 Design Numeric Keypad provides a simple solution for those who need a 10-key while still having a compact keyboard that allows them to bring their mouse closer to their neutral zone. The separate design of this keypad allows it to be placed wherever you find it comfortable, and the built-in LCD display allows it to be used as a stand-alone calculator as well.
Functional, great ergonomic piece
October 15, 2013
I have been using this for approximately 2 months now and really like the key touch, flexibility of moving to either left or right side, and using it as a stand-alone calculator as well as a keyboard input. The only downside to having a separate keypad is that the Windows special characters do not work with it, so I have a more difficult time typing in non-English language. But that's a small price to pay for not having shoulder pain anymore from a keyboard too large for my frame!