The ARC KEYBOARD is created to live where you do, inspired by modern home accessories: flatware, lighting fixtures and vases. As a result, it looks and feels like it belongs with other objects in the home – it is as much a part of the dcor as the chandelier in the dining room and the vase in the kitchen.
Weighing in at less than a pound, the Arc Keyboard is easy to move from room to room throughout the house, and its domed keyset comfortably rests on the lap so people can kick back on the couch or type away on the kitchen counter. It includes a snap-in Nano transceiver that is so small it can remain plugged in to the computer at all times or magnetically snapped in the bottom for storage. Its four-way directional pad offers a new way to navigate without taking up space, and the 2.4GHz wireless capability lets people use the keyboard up to a 15 foot range. The Arc Keyboard is available for $59.95.
The Arc Keyboard is a redesign of the keyboard as we know it. It’s small enough to move easily around the house and so attractive it fits seamlessly with chic home accessories, so it looks at home wherever it’s used. This keyboard boasts a beautifully curved profile, clean lines, and an ultraportable, lightweight shape. All about the home, Microsoft’s industrial design team drew their inspiration from modern home accessories like flatware, lighting fixtures and vases, resulting in a keyboard that looks and feels like it belongs with other objects in the home. The Arc Keyboard moves easily from the kitchen to the living room to the home office, and is designed to sit comfortably on your lap when you want to type comfortably. With its unique, compact design, the Arc Keyboard becomes a functional and stylish part of any living space.
WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Arc Keyboard are giving away one Arc Keyborad.
Enter for your chance to win:
1. Become a 24/7 MOMS Subscriber Enter your email address below then leave a comment that you subscribed along with your email address.
US entries only and one entry per person. Winner will be chosen on May 2, 2010.
*We received a complimentary Arc Keyboard for review no financial compensation was received.