Hardware udlånt af: Creative.
Skrevet af David den 21. Jul 2008. Testen er vist 15020 gange.
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The product: Let’s have a closer look at how the combo is designed, and we’ll start with the Wave keyboard.
At the bottom of the keyboard, a cushioned palm wrist is placed. This soft support will make it less of a pain to have the wrists and palms in the keyboard for a long time. The picture also shows how the keys follow a “wave” shape.
Three buttons for Windows Vista has been placed at the left side of the keyboard. The upper two is used to zoom in documents like the text says, and the lower is used to change between windows. They also work in Xp.
On the top, 10 buttons is placed where the 6 black ones in the middle is aimed at controlling music and other media files. Here, the user is able to change song, play/pause, stop, mute and change the volume. These buttons cannot change functions via the SetPoint software, and when the volume is changed it affects the Windows mixer, not just the media player.
On the left side of the media buttons, there’s a ”Software” and ”Picture” button, and on the right there’s a ”Music” and ”Media center” button. These have some default functions but can be changed in SetPoint.
Also, the F buttons have a secondary function which is activated by holding down the Fn button while pressing one of the 12 F buttons .The first 10 can be changed in SetPoint.