[CES 2010] Everyone knows that touch-sensitivity is the in thing these days when it comes to consumer electronics, and it is no wonder that CES is held in Vegas with plenty of touching, nay, caressing going on as well at the simultaneously held AVN at the Sands Expo. Well, coming back to CES, we have the Eclipse Wireless Litetouch keyboard that boasts a special three-in-one LCD touchpad which allows you to switch its layout depending on the situation. Need to crunch number? No problem – just switch the media controller function to a numeric pad and you’re good to go. Apart from that, there is also a customizable app/website launcher for you to play with. It will be available in wired and wireless formats, retailing for $100 and $130, respectively.
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