Zebronics unveils Bold Keys computer keyboard


Kochi: Top Notch Infotronix, a leading supplier of products and accessories for Computers, Consumer Electronics and Communication under the brand ‘Zebronics’ has expanded its range of keyboards, with the introduction of new model named Bold Keys. The Bold Keys keyboard has large size lettering print on keycaps available in a full-size keyboard so the print can easily be seen, even in low light.

With letter characters twice as large as usual and command keys in a larger bolder font, these high-contrast keys can really help those who have trouble seeing keyboards, making it perfect for schools, special needs departments and libraries, as well as organisations employing people of all age groups. The bright, soft-touch keys in a slim-profile keyboard help users with more accurate keystrokes for a more enjoyable time.

Zebronics’ new Bold Keys model keyboard has been engineered to heighten visual impact and speed with dazzling yellow keys and oversized lettering, making it more user friendly for first-time users as well as in heavy usage scenarios or for those whose vision may have degenerated over time for various reasons.

Introducing the new keyboard, Pradeep Doshi, Director-Sales, Top Notch Infotronix said, “The large print keyboard is perfect for anyone who has a hard time seeing the existing keys on their keyboards. You will benefit from more accurate keystrokes, making your time spent on the computer more efficient and enjoyable. With a bigger and bolder black typeface on vividly bright yellow keys, the keys are easier to see.”

With plug-and-play technology for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000 and 98, the keyboard comes in both USB and PS/2 interface variants – making it easy to add-on for the latest or older PCs.

With the launch of the Bold Keys keyboard, Zebronics continues to advance the category with innovative and relevant solutions for today’s lifestyle. Top Notch has one of the industry’s widest line-ups of products and accessories for Computers, Consumer Electronics and Communication.

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