E-LEAD Electronic recently introduced its latest device, the Lazy Pad that comprises of a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse combo at Computex 2009. Fret not if your notebook or computer does not come with its own Bluetooth connection since the Lazy Pad will also play nice via USB. The built-in 500mAh li-ion battery is able to last up to 8 hours of continuous usage, although we don’t see where the mouse part of this combo comes in – does the device feature a separate mousing peripheral that is not shown in the image, or does the Lazy Pad boast a touchpad underneath the keyboard?
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