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DELL introduces new generation Ergodex DX1 input device
Dell announces new Ergodex DX1 input device. The DX1 should usher in a new era of input devices, differentiating itself from its predecessors, above all with its movable programmable keys, which will create maximum comfort for both players and professionals.
DX1 consists of a kind of “mat” on which you place the keys in absolutely free order (up to 25 pcs.), after which you program them to execute certain commands. The DX1 buttons can be the equivalent of one key on a standard keyboard, for example, the letter “A”, or you can assign any key a combination of presses. DX1 keys, containing complex electronic circuits, are also extremely interesting devices. They communicate with the pad via a radio signal at a frequency of 13.56 MHz, while the inductive coupling acts as a power source for the buttons. The DX1 uses a standard USB port to connect to a PC.
For the grip of the keys to the surface of the “mat” is the proprietary material Ergodex, the so-called “molecular Velcro”, which will ensure reliable adhesion of the buttons for many years of service DX1. In order to move the keys, you just need to slightly rotate them around the vertical axis.
The developer is confident that DX1 will appeal to both players and professionals who use complex software in their work that requires the use of a large number of commands, such as Photoshop or CAD systems.
Sources: Everythingusb, Ergodex