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Introducing the New RKTE85 keyboard with Ergonomic Trackball

Posted 05 February 2019 by Daniel Burke

Introducing the New RKTE85 keyboard with Ergonomic Trackball, designed for harsh environments (IP67 sealed). Compact layout, 85 full travel keys Version with or without backlighting Dimmable backlighting at 8 levels by two dedicated keys (FN key + arrow up/down) Low power LED's warrant for a long life 38 mm waterproof ergonomic trackball with hall-effect scroll wheel Removable ball for easy cleaning Integrated left, middle and right switch functionality No external power supply necessary, keyboard port power... View More


Latest Panels from Tiama/NLT Europe

Posted 06 April 2017 by Daniel Burke

  Tianma/NLT Europe product top quality displays, these are some of the new releases expected over the next few months. View More


AAEON announces the New UP-CORE

Posted 06 April 2017 by Daniel Burke

  AAEON announces the New UP-CORE New Intel X5 based board running Windows 10, Android and Linux. AAEON announces the new UP-CORE board, based on the popular UP! board the UP-CORE is a tiny, 56.5mm x 66mm with an INTEL X5 processor, built in WIFI and Bluetooth and 16, 32 or 64GB or eMMC storage. Ideal for projects in Robotics, medical, advertising etc. More details can be found here. https://www.review-displays.co.uk/products/embedded-solutions/embedded-computing/single-board-computers/maker-boards/up-core  ... View More


AAEON introduce the UP Squared board

Posted 03 November 2016 by Daniel Burke

    UP² (Squared) is currently the world’s fastest x86 maker board based on Intel Apollo Lake platform and the successor of 2015 Kickstarter supported UP board. So far, the original UP board has already been delivered to over 12,000 makers, just like you! UP has been used in projects in IOT, Gaming & entertainment, Industrial Automation, Digital Signage, Home automation and more. This time, we have some amazing ideas for which we need your help. Features, performance and possibilities are... View More


What are the differences in 4,5 and 8 wire touch panels

Posted 30 September 2016 by Daniel Burke

  Resistive touchscreens are characterized by the use of two flexible sheets of material (usually made of glass or film) that are coated with a resistive material and separated by air or microdots. When you press against the front of a resistive touchscreen, the two sheets make contact, at which point a grid of vertical and horizontal lines calculates the exact point of contact. This week, we’re going to take a closer look at 4-wire and 5-wire resistive touchscreens, revealing the subtle nuances that distinguish them.... View More