LMP NexGen Keypad adds a numerical keypad to your laptop
If you own a laptop one frustration is not having a numerical keypad if you’re working with figures but LMP’s new NexGen Keypad can solve that problem.
The device looks like a calculator with a numerical keyboard layout and can connect wirelessly via Bluetooth to your Mac or Windows PC.
It is especially useful for laptop users who want to quickly use a numerical keypad which is usually seen on the right side of a full desktop keyboard.
The device has a similar silver brushed aluminium look of a Mac keyboard and laptop and is powered by two AAA batteries.
There is a switch on the back of the LMP NexGen Keypad that users can easily select whether the product is being used with a Mac or a PC.
Connecting the device takes seconds with a connection button on the back placing the product into pairing mode for your computer to detect and link.
LMP NexGen Keypad has two modes.
The first is Keypad mode which allows users to type numbers and make calculations directly on your computer’s screen.
The other is calculator mode where the Kaypad can be used on its own to make calculations on its own liquid crystal screen.
The LMP NexGen Keypad is available now from JB Hi-Fi and is priced at $79.95.