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Short Take: Microsoft adds keys to keyboard

Microsoft has rolled out a new version of its ergonomic keyboard. Natural Keyboard Elite has 104 keys, three more than standard keyboards. Two of these are Windows operating system-specific keys that provide easier access to the Start menu and enable shortcuts in Windows 95. The third is an application key that functions as a context-sensitive right mouse-button. The Natural Keyboard Elite is priced at $64.95.

    Microsoft has rolled out a new version of its ergonomic keyboard. Natural Keyboard Elite has 104 keys, three more than standard keyboards. Two of these are Windows operating system-specific keys that provide easier access to the Start menu and enable shortcuts in Windows 95. The third is an application key that functions as a context-sensitive right mouse-button. The Natural Keyboard Elite is priced at $64.95.