Wireless Computing keyboards, mice and presentation remote controls are thoughtfully engineered to succeed even in the most demanding computing environments. They offer these advantages:
Our products work at the distances you need in a presentation or meeting: at least 100' for our keyboards and remote, 50' for our wireless mouse. As importantly, they use radio-frequency communications. That means that, unlike consumer-quality wireless input devices, Wireless Computing keyboards, mice and presentation remote controls continue to operate successfully even if someone stands between you and the computer.
Our wireless keyboards use AES Secure technology, protecting your keystrokes from illicit interception. In business and government applications, that's absolutely critical - but even at home, it's nice to know your passwords and credit card numbers are safe.
AES Secure is an implementation of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), a powerful cryptographic algorithm adopted by the United States government. It is widely used not only to protect sensitive government and military data, but to secure all kinds of electronic data, including financial transactions. Notably, AES is the first "open source" algorithm approved by the United States' National Security Agency (NSA).
All Wireless Computing products use two-way communications.
When you press a key on any wireless keyboard or a button on a remote or mouse, a data packet is sent over the air to the receiver. The receiver immediately transmits an acknowledgment packet in return. If something stops either packet from getting through, the keyboard transmits again, and again if necessary, until either an acknowledgment is received or the maximum number of retries is reached. These retries happen too fast for you to notice, yet they are critical to ensure every keystroke gets through.
Most wireless devices are multi-address. If you're using three or four keyboards in adjoining conference rooms, for example, you would set each to a different address so they don't all send keystrokes to the same computer.
There's a problem, however, with other brands of keyboards and mice. Replace or remove the batteries, and the device goes back to its default address. You'll need to keep your manual handy - or send a technician out - every time someone touches the battery.
With Wireless Computing products, that doesn't happen. They retain their address in EEPROM memory, even if you remove the batteries for days, weeks or months.
Our customers often need more than one wireless device on each computer. When making a presentation, for example, they may use a wireless keyboard, mouse and remote control.
It's not the end of the world to connect multiple receivers to your computer, but we don't think you should have to. That's why, with Wireless Computing products, you only need one receiver and one USB port per keyboard, no matter how many mice and remote controls you may decide to use.
Of course, you can also use multiple keyboards on one computer, say in a panel discussion. In this case, you will need multiple receivers, because each keyboard and receiver must share a unique AES encryption key.
We're so confident that you'll love our products that we include a 30-day money back guarantee in addition to our one-year parts and labor warranty.
If you're unhappy with one of our products, for whatever reason, phone: 512-263-2205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have enough to do without worrying about your wireless keyboard, mouse, or presentation remote control. Choose Wireless Computing for worry-free computer control even in the most challenging environments.