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Logitech unveils new keyboards

Logitech announces two PC keyboards with programmable buttons for use with Web browsers and Windows 95.

Logitech announced two keyboards with programmable buttons for use with Web browsers and Windows 95.

Logitech's Deluxe 104 Keyboard and its Internet Keyboard are designed to bring back some of the functionality sacrificed by low-cost PCs, the company said. The keyboards allow users to launch and command Windows 95, Netscape Navigator, and Microsoft Internet Explorer with specialized keys.

The Deluxe 104 Keyboard provides instant access to the Windows 95 Start and contextual menus. The keyboard will hit the stores in early June and sell for $19.95.

The Internet Keyboard features 17 dedicated "hot keys" for use with Web browsers. Users can launch the browser, go back and forward, program and open favorite Web sites, print Web content, and navigate within Web sites using the programmable keyboard buttons.

The Internet Keyboard will also be available in early June for a retail price of $39.95. In the future, new features for the Internet Keyboard will be available for download via Logitech's Web site, the company said.