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Synonyms for keypad

a keyboard that is a data input device for computers

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PowerCom PC3 keypads come with a LCD screen, in a light-weight and compact design.
Designed to complement the look and feel of Apple keyboards, the NewerTech numeric keypad features precision machined aluminum housing, white keys, and a bracket that attaches to the Apple keyboard no tools needed.
At the USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies earlier this month, researchers from the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) have described how a digital infrared camera could be used to reveal digits of PIN numbers after a user punched them in on ATM keypads.
25 million keypads in February 2009, and the notebook PC market boom is very likely to further push up the figure this year.
The keypads register a secure, instant and authentic response without regard to class size or room configuration.
Keypads are most convenient if they're mounted near the light switch at the entry to the room where you're locating the speakers.
This is a useful property for the rubber keypads used on calculators, cell phones and other devices because the film prevents dirt and oils from penetrating the surface, and it protects printed legends and preserves keypad appearance.
When individuals use a debit card to complete point-of-sale transactions with a merchant, they authenticate their identity by entering a personal identification number (PIN) into the keypad terminal, also known as a payment terminal or automatic teller machine (ATM) device.
Even if you think one stakeholder group is more important than another to your marketing efforts, it's a mistake to ignore anyone, and wireless keypads can be a quick and cost-efficient polling method.
The two men discussed how, at one time in the mid-1960s, Hermanson's classroom was outfitted with mechanical keypads embedded in the desks and connected to rotary dials at the front of the room to give the professor feedback on multiple-choice questions.
For example, just one viewer response keypad costs over $200, and keypads do not operate in isolation.
The technology was developed to allow hearing-impaired motorists to summon help from Highway Patrol dispatchers with teletype keypads installed in conventional call boxes.
The initial success of the company was as a supplier of OEM keypads to manufacturers of existing access control products, predominantly card-based systems.
Small: programs where everyone gathers around a single PC, via individual keypads (examples: Decision Pad, Brainstorm and Idea Generator);
The other four act as alternative Shift, ALT, Control and Enter keys, and when used in conjunction with the UnMouse's other 12 function keypads offer a total of 50 keys per application.