Adesso Tru-Form Media 1500GB Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard & Mouse unveiled
There are times when you would need to bite the bullet and actually do something about your existing situation if you do not want the same old mistakes or scenarios to repeat itself. I am referring to the likes of putting up with an old, stuttering keyboard and mouse at your workplace, being frustrated when the cursor does not go where you want it to, as well as keyboards that have keys which do not register with a regular tap. Well, those who are in the market for a keyboard and mouse combo might consider checking out the recently announced Adesso Tru-Form Media 1500GB wireless ergonomic keyboard and mouse.
Yes sir, the Adesso Tru-Form Media 1500GB also goes by the moniker WKB-1500GB for short, where it allows users a couple of advanced input devices with ergonomic design, multifunctional features, and a wireless range of up to 30 feet. The asking price stands at an extremely affordable $69.99, and you will be able to pick up the Tru-Form Media 1500GB from major retailers and e-retailers.
The Adesso Tru-Form Media 1500GB comes in a stylish form factor as well as gently-sloped split keyboard design (reminds you of Microsoft’s old ergonomic keyboard, does it not?) that will complement the natural curves and positioning of hands, wrists, and forearms for maximum comfort and extensive use. Of course, if you’re a gamer, the way the keys are split right down the middle might not be the most optimal arrangement, especially when you need to access certain hotkeys, and a millisecond slower might result in defeat instead of victory. The Adesso Tru-Form Media 1500GB seems a whole lot more comfortable in an office setting, where its membrane key switches provide improved tactile response and a quieter typing experience, which is touted to last up to five million keystrokes.
As for the wireless, ergonomic laser mouse, it has laser sensor technology that delivers improved speed and accuracy, alongside a switch for DPI resolution control (800/ 1200/ 1600dpi), apart from a pair of Internet navigation buttons. Any takers?
Product Page via Press Release