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iKey KYB-170-OEM keypad

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on February 12th, 2010

Remember the iKey AK-39 military-grade wrist keyboard? It was a small keyboard made for a soldier to wear on his or her wrist in order to manipulate a rugged, portable computer.

Now iKey has a new keypad, and it’s an OEM product meant to integrate directly with wrist-worn computers. The 17-key keypad “functions just like a cellular phone does when texting”. It also sports an integrated pointing device, dedicated mouse-click button, and an Enter key.

iKey’s AK-39 wearable keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2009

iKey's AK-39 wearable keyboardiKey is known for their rugged keyboards, but they’ve outdone themselves with the new AK-39 wearable keyboard. It’s made primarily for military use and conforms to full MIL-461 standards. With this keyboard on your wrist you’ll be good to go in environments with harsh electromagnetic interference and it’s also designed to be used with a glove in either left or right-hand configurations.

The keyboard is a basic 39-key layout, with an integrated pointing device that uses Force Sensing Resistor (or FSR) technology, with adjustable green backlighting that is compatible with night vision. We have no info on pricing, but you probably can’t afford it anyway.