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Rapoo Releases the 8900P Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Set

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The Rapoo 8900P, an Advanced Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Set, is the ultimate desktop set for the power user. Combining a slim, intelligent keyboard that has topped the IF Product Design Awards, and a wireless mouse fitted with a high-definition laser, this bundle adds style, and optimizes productivity in your home or office. The 8900P is available now.

The first part of the 8900P package is the E9270P, an ultra-slim touch keyboard with intelligent, multimedia touch keys. Crafted from stainless steel and aluminum alloy (only 4 mm thick), this keyboard's elegant look earned it a coveted IF Product Design Award 2013. Users can type comfortably and accurately for long periods of time because of the scissor key structure and floating chiclet keys.

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The mouse looks like Logitech MX950



Either Logitech sells OEM products, or...
 
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Love the keyboard. The flat design looks terrific. But I question the ergonomics of it.