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iKey Slims Down with Thin New Rugged Keyboard Design

Austin, TX, November 08, 2011 --(PR.com)-- iKey, a leading manufacturer of rugged peripherals for over 20 years, is introducing a new slim design keyboard, the EKS-97-TP, one of the thinnest products on the market that is fully sealed and washable.

Measuring just 14.5” x 5.38” x 0.50” (w-h-d), the keyboard’s compact design is perfect for use on carts, wall mounts and other medical applications.

Built as a replacement for the EK-97-TP model, the EKS-97-TP boasts a more compact design and the added convenience of a built-in touchpad. Larger keys are also introduced to enhance the user experience and reduce data entry errors.

“Improved key geometry also enhances the durability of the keyboard, which is optimized for use in medical and industrial environment,” said Jim Mayo, iKey controller.

The new model is also available with backlight for use in low light areas. The EKSB-97-TP introduces an improved green backlighting with individual LEDs on each key for use in ambient-light areas.

Built with infection control in mind, the fully sealed keys, touchpad and numberpad allow these slim design keyboards to meet IP67 standards to be resistant to dirt, debris and water. This allows the keyboards to easily withstand daily scrub downs with anti-bacterial agents, enabling them to meet and exceed any hygienic protocol and reduce the spread of infectious bacteria.

About iKey, LTD.: iKey designs and manufactures rugged, sealed keyboards and pointing devices for industrial, public safety, medical and military applications. A pioneer in its industry since 1989, iKey is known as an innovator of industrial computer peripherals. For more information, visit www.ikey.com.

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Contact Information:
iKey OPD
Jami Rash
512-837-0283
Contact via Email
www.ikey.com/

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