Astrum launches Elete Tpad Mini Touchpad Keyboard

23rd May 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Astrum Elete Tpad touch keyboard_1Mumbai, INDIA - May 23, 2014: Astrum Holdings, a provider of intelligent products for use with computers, tablets and mobiles, today launched its Elete Tpad touch keyboard. This mini keyboard is designed with 61 keys as well as 9 hot multimedia keys.

 

Astrum Elete Tpad Mini Touchpad Keyboard features Wireless 2.4 GHz GFSK Auto link Technology.  A convenient rear touch-pad, Elete Tpad touch keyboard comes with Left /Right function switch buttons. The device has an operation angle of 360 degree. It also controls smart TV.

 

The Astrum Elete Tpad Mini Touchpad Keyboard comes with a touchpad which can be used as mouse. It is compatible with PC and smart TV wirelessly with Auto link Technology.

 

Puneet Dhandharia, Country Manager for Astrum’s operation in India said, Astrum products are known for its high performance and classy looks. We are excited to launch one of our unique products which can perform with PC and Smart TV.  We are confident that customers will feel and enjoy the superior quality and comfort level of the keyboard

 

Price, Warranty and Availability:

Elete Tpad comes at an MRP of Rs 1400 and carries a 1 year warranty is available ex-stock with Emporis Peripherals.

 

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