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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.
One2Touch is looking for testers and reviewers for its range of portable NFC keypads for Android.
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.
Certain models of the keypads can also include a magnetic stripe reader, biometrics reader or chip card reader, if required.
The keypads register a secure, instant and authentic response without regard to class size or room configuration.
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.
This wireless keypad technology will allow participants to anonymously tell you what they think.
Students have handheld keypad polling devices at each desk to answer questions during inpromptu quizzes.
A protective coating has peeled away from the surface of the keypads and exposed hard circuitry, according to a progress report from Ginger Gherardi, executive director of the Ventura County Transportation Commission.
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);
com/research/d46e14/mobile_phone_keypa) has announced the addition of the "Mobile Phone Keypads and Keyboards: Market Analysis and Forecasts" report to their offering.
With six or eight buttons and the ability to control an entire house of devices, our INSTEON Keypads are among the most powerful products in the INSTEON line.