Belkin has announced the Wired Tablet Keyboard with Stand for tablets, an all-in-one keyboard designed for classroom use and standardized testing environments.
The new Wired Tablet Keyboard with Stand and other education products will be on display at ISTE, June 29 – July 1 (booth 3138) in Atlanta, Georgia.
“Wireless keyboards often create a disadvantage for students due to connectivity issues or battery lifespan, and are often not permitted in schools’ testing environments,” says Jon Roepke, director of product management, Belkin International. “Our goal is to improve the experience of school testing environments, and most importantly, to create a product that students at any grade level can use. We have accomplished this goal by creating a child-friendly keyboard that requires no batteries or recharging, designed with pry-resistant keys, and has full-size keys that allow for a superior typing experience.”
Belkin’s Wired Tablet Keyboard with Stand connects directly and securely to just about any tablet using a Lightning, 30-pin or 5-pin micro connector, and does not require batteries or recharging. The integrated stand fits an array of cases and saves space by allowing users to stack multiple keyboards. The cable management compartment ensures that cables are securely and neatly tucked away. The plug-and-play approach enables reliable, easy functionality for PARCC and SBAC testing or general classroom use.
Belkin’s Wired Tablet Keyboard with Stand Features:
MFi certified to Apple’s latest specifications (iOS product versions)
SBAC and PARCC testing compliant
Integrated case-compatible stand allows portrait or landscape orientation
Plug and play
Pry-resistant, full-size keys
Durable, stackable design
Multimedia and function keys
Cable management compartment
No additional software required
No batteries or charging required
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