Adesso AKB-150SB Ergonomic Smartcard Reader Keyboard features a 105-key keyboard layout with a built-in Smart Card Reader (SCR) for identification systems, secure web applications, and secure login.This is the perfect Point of Sale keyboard with security and multi-functional abilities. This full-sized keyboard is perfect for any desktop, kiosk, office, or warehouse, while the built-in multi-functional hotkeys allow quick access to your multimedia controls and Internet browser commands.The membrane key switches provide long lasting and durable action, smooth to the typists touch, and do not attract as much dust and grime as other keyboard switches. With all these amazing features, Adesso AKB-150SB Ergonomic Smartcard Reader Keyboard is the ultimate all-purpose full-sized keyboard for business, security, and retail.
Built-in Smart Card Reader The built-in Smart Card Reader brings extra security and ease for banking transactions, identification systems, secure web applications, and secure logon. Due to its secure nature, smart card keyboards are extensively used by industries like banking, healthcare, e-commerce, and government agencies. This device supports multiple international standards including ISO7816 for IC card standard, PC/SC 2.0 for Windows Smart Card standard, Microsoft WHQL, EMV for Europay MasterCard Visa standard and USB-IF CCID standard.
Integrated Palm Rest Designed to keep your hands in a natural resting position, this not only relieves joint pain and improves posture, but has also been shown to relieve back pain and spinal discomfort.
Split Ergonomic Design The design of this keyboard with the split key zones and gently sloped shape encourages natural position of hands, wrists, and forearms in maximum comfort for long use.
Internet & Multimedia Hotkeys keyboard has to offer.multimedia tools with the 13 built-in hotkeys this Get instant access to your commonly used Internet and
Membrane Key Switch The quiet membrane keys offer you fast and comfortable typing experience and a lifecycle of more than five million keystrokes.