Re: Keyboard with hardware text buffer?

ON Tue, 20 Mar 2007 11:39:36 -0400, "Eric" <none@xxxxxxxx> WROTE:

I've been looking for a keyboard that has a hardware buffer (for text) that
can be used to copy/paste text...

The Adesso MCK142PRO keyboard might work. According to the
manufacturer '8KB of keystrokes can be stored in the CMOS S-RAM chip
on keyboard, and it comes with a high-performance microprocessor and
lithium battery for memory backup.'

More information here:


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