Pennsylvania-based E-Tech will launch a keyboard with just six keys and expects European users to scream until they can have one.
E-Tech's product, the Kiddie Keyboard, comes with its own software for two- to six-year olds and a representative said the company is finalising supply deals with companies in France and Germany. It is also negotiating to bring the product to "most other European countries" by signing OEM or distribution deals, he said.
The white unit features illuminated yellow arrow keys and two red buttons, reminiscent of 1970s electronic music game 'Simon'. The keyboard is designed to work alongside a standard keyboard as the first steps toddlers take into the world of IT. The software titles include 'Shapes match', 'Maze' and 'Hit the light'.
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